President Bresciani: NDSU stronger than ever
President Dean L. Bresciani gave his annual State of the University Address Sept. 30. He said NDSU has enjoyed an exceptional year, citing strength in research and scholarly productivity, enrollment, incoming students’ academic profiles and improved retention and graduation rates. Bresciani also said the financial health of NDSU has never been stronger, with donor support more than doubling during the past five years. read more or watch the speech here >>
A. Glenn Hill Center dedicated, statue unveiledNDSU’s newest academic building has a new name. The former STEM education building was christened the A. Glenn Hill Center in a formal naming dedication ceremony Sept. 30. The name honors Professor A. Glenn Hill, a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics from 1927 to 1967 and chair of the department from 1943 to 1967. He was a respected mentor and educator to generations of scientists and engineers who graduated from NDSU. Hill died in 1967.
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