Published on the NDSU website on 12/01/16
The NDSU Master of Public Health was established to educate the next generation of the public health workforce. The program already has reached a milestone in doing so.
More than 100 students have matriculated...
Posted on Dec, 14 2016
Christopher McGregor was taking college classes even before he earned his high school diploma. As a senior in high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota, McGregor took a few college credits in order to get a jump-start on his general education courses before...
Posted on Feb, 22 2014
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
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
Student-athlete Garrett Bruhn has a busy schedule attending classes and meeting the year-round training demands of being a member of the Bison football team. Bruhn, a junior working towards a degree in criminal justice and a minor in accounting, completed...
Posted on May, 07 2012
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...
Posted on Apr, 09 2012
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...
Posted on Jan, 27 2012
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...
Posted on Dec, 08 2011
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...
Posted on Dec, 08 2011
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...
Posted on Nov, 29 2011
Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 19, 10/14/11
Note: This program is NDSU Distance and Continuing Education's newest online degree program. The Experience Uganda study tour is the cornerstone experience for this program.
Posted on Oct, 14 2011
Hard-working student Mercedes Lee is no stranger to getting ahead in the game of completing her education. A student triple-majoring in crop and weed science, management communication, and women and gender studies, Lee had to find a way to be able to...
Posted on Sep, 12 2011
Published in: NDSU It's Happening at State, Volume 3, Issue 9, 5/13/2011
Fitzgerald recognized as Great Plains IDEA Faculty Fellow
Margaret Fitzgerald, associate professor of human development and family science, was recognized with the Great Plains...
Posted on May, 13 2011