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A Place to Network for Music Educators

Music is literally in the air at North Dakota State University. From July 30 to August 3 music educators from across the United States will attend the 2012 Summer Symposium in Music Education.

This unique, one-week course provides music educators with...

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One Instructor’s Virtual Classroom

Julie Sandland has been teaching online English and writing courses for NDSU Distance and Continuing Education for the past five years. While many instructors may be hesitant to jump into teaching online, Sandland was one of the first in her department to...

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In the news: NDSU Staff members honored at Addy Awards

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 4, Issue 4, 03/15/12

Work produced by NDSU’s Office of Publications Services and Office of Distance and Continuing Education received numerous honors, including Best of Show, at the American Advertising...

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In the news: NDSU Offers new study abroad program to transylvania

Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 4, Issue 4, 03/15/12

When people hear Transylvania, they often think of vampires and Count Dracula.

Florin Salajan, assistant professor in the School of Education at NDSU and a native of Transylvania,...

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In the news: Trek to Transylvania: NDSU program hopes to take students beyond Dracula

Published in: The Forum, 03/10/2012, Written by Marino Eccher

http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/353690/

Article Title: Trek to Transylvania: NDSU program hopes to take students beyond Dracula

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Stress Management Course for Counselors Takes Advantage of Online Format

After teaching “Advanced Stress Management” in the traditional classroom in the past, professor Robert Nielsen wanted to make this popular course available online so counselors and other interested students all over could benefit from the material....

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For Real Fun, Come Down to Their Level: Learning Underwater

Northwest Divers, a local scuba diving shop that has been in business for over 45 years offers scuba diving classes through Distance and Continuing Education and the Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Science department at North Dakota State University. Rick...

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Changing Majors Doesn’t Have to Be A Major Thing

Changing majors is a common experience many college students share. Even with great thought and preparation before coming to college and completing a semester or two of classes, some students decide a career in their current major no longer interests...

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Experience Uganda Student Story

How does getting bit by a dog turn into world travels and a future career in veterinary medicine? For Justine Ma, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine student and participant in the 2011 Experience Uganda study tour organized by NDSU Distance and...

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Leadership Course for Teachers to Spark Creativity and Use of Imagination in the Classroom

Educators looking to spark their leadership skills, creativity, and use of their imagination to become successful business teachers will gain valuable knowledge and experience in the new course, Leadership Experience, offered during the Spring 2012...

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Student Story: Online Classes Leave Time During the Day to Gain Professional Skills

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A photo of Jessica during one of her travels in Santorini, Greece.

Jessica Meissner, graduating senior, is excited for what comes next. She will complete her degree in natural resource management in December and over the past semester has taken advantage...

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Student Story: Taking Online Courses Saves Time, Gas, and Leads to Success

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While earning her degree, soon to be graduating North Dakota State University student, Amber Frie took at least one online class each semester through NDSU Distance and Continuing Education for a total of 11 altogether. Frie will graduate in December...

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In the News: Bison football players hit the dance floor

Published in: The Forum, Sports section, 11/30/2011, Written by Jeff Kolpack

http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/342425/publisher_ID/1/

Article Title: Bison football players hit the dance floor

Read about Bison football players taking Victor Gelking's...

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Student Story: Family Financial Planner Gives Back with Help from Online Degree

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After graduating from North Dakota State University, with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis on finance, John Bohnsack knew he would soon be leaving the area.  While in the work world, he realized that in order to really be...

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In The News: Holistic health care: Fargo conference to discuss alternative medicine

Published in: The Forum, She Says section, 11/6/2011, Written by Patrick Springer

http://www.inforum.com/event/article/id/339464/group/shesays/

Article Title: Holistic health care: Fargo conference to discuss alternative medicine

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