The Student Technology Fee Advisory Committee is seeking proposals aimed at improving the quality of education and campus life at NDSU through the use of technology. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to propose projects by Monday, Nov. 2, at 2 p.m.
The student technology fee funds a broad range of projects designed to improve the information technology capabilities and services for students, faculty and staff. Proposals specifically addressing innovative uses of technology to improve instruction and student learning are encouraged.
To submit a project proposal, deliver one signed paper copy of the action plan to the Technology Fee Advisory Committee, c/o Bonnie Neas, vice president for information technology, IACC 206A, and submit an electronic copy of your action plan to Jeff Gerst, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, at email@example.com. Go to www.ndsu.edu/tfac or contact Gerst via e-mail or at 1-8349 for more information.