When the Human Development and Family Science (HDFS) Department at North Dakota State University (NDSU) realized that few universities offered a way for students to receive their degree in HDFS online, they decided it was time to fill that void. Now five...
Posted on Apr, 30 2013
Featured in: WDAY Newscast, aired at 10 p.m., on 04/04/13
View news clip at http://www.wday.com/event/article/id/78057/
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - NDSU's continuing education says now is the time to sell your house but it's the process they say can be hard....
Posted on Apr, 05 2013
Featured in: High Plains Reader, Volume 19, Issue 27, 3/28/2013
NDSU Seminar Teaches You How to Sell Your House
By Steven Strom
Spring has finally begun to tease North Dakota natives with warm days amidst snowy streets. Alongside the prospect of melting...
Posted on Mar, 28 2013
Featured in: It's Happening at State, Volume 5, Issue 6, 3/28/2013
NDSU employees recently won several awards at the 2012 American Advertising Federation of North Dakota’s ADDY Awards. Advertising professionals from across the state submitted 423...
Posted on Mar, 28 2013
2012 North Dakota ADDY Awards
If the design staff from NDSU Distance and Continuing Education were mining for gold or silver this would be considered a gold rush year with them taking home four Gold ADDY awards and three Silver ADDY awards. In all,...
Posted on Mar, 21 2013
Featured in: It's Happening at State, Volume 5, Issue 5, 3/15/2013
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education is sponsoring an Administrative Professionals Day educational event, scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, from 10 a.m. to 2:25 p.m. in the SGC room...
Posted on Mar, 15 2013
While some high school students spend their summers working a part-time job, going on vacation, or hanging out with friends, Martin McNichols decided to use his summer break to start working towards a college degree. While McNichols still is managing to...
Posted on Mar, 01 2013
When Hunter Bultema graduated from high school and was trying to figure out what he wanted to be when he “grew up”, nursing was definitely not at the top of his list. While his family and friends encouraged him to go into a health profession, he was...
Posted on Feb, 04 2013
For Salina Berg, deciding to pursue a degree in Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) came after discovering her passion. After moving from North Dakota to Kansas City, Missouri with her husband and daughter, Berg began working in the field of...
Posted on Jan, 08 2013
When learning about the United States’ history since 1877, Facebook is one of the last places you would think about as a venue to discuss this information with your classmates. However, through the flexibility provided with online classes, instructor...
Posted on Dec, 04 2012
It’s a Saturday evening and you want to relax and hang out with friends. You head on over to the Memorial Union basement and decide to play a few games of bowling followed by shooting some pool. You’re having a great time! Now, imagine if you could do...
Posted on Nov, 28 2012
While interviewing Minnesota’s top athletes on a daily basis might be the life goal of many, for one TV reporter there was still one more goal that needed to be completed: a master’s degree. If you are a sports fan living in North Dakota and...
Posted on Oct, 31 2012
Featured in: The Forum, 09/29/12.
Fargo - It was Tuesday morning and Andre Martin walked into the North Dakota State library looking like any other graduate student. He had another commitment in what was to be another busy week....
Posted on Oct, 01 2012
Featured in: NDSU Spectrum, 9/20/12
NDSU subscribed to a service known as Atomic Learning partway through last year, and since that time, student and faculty...
Posted on Sep, 24 2012
Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 4, Issue 17, 09/14/12
Jason Gunkel has been hired as a graphic designer for Distance and Continuing Education. Gunkel has 12 years of experience in visual design and print production. He previously was...
Posted on Sep, 14 2012