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President Bresciani joins ethics institute advisory board

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NDSU President Bresciani

NDSU president Dean L. Bresciani, has accepted an offer to become a Northern Plains Ethics Institute advisory board member. Institute director Dennis Cooley said Bresciani’s role on the board, which is in addition to his duties as NDSU president, begins immediately. 

“After President Bresciani’s extensive support for the 2020-21 YWCA Cass Clay and NPEI’s “Learning the Language of Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion” programming and our other projects, we thought it was time to offer him a more formal role in the institute,” Cooley said. “He joins a group of outstanding community leaders, such as Kara Sauvageau Careaga, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; Jace Beehler, chief of staff for Gov. Doug Burgum; Tim Flakoll, Provost of Tri-College University; and Veronica Michael, CEO of Prairie Products, looking for more meaningful democratic participation on social and ethical issues affecting the Northern Plains and beyond.”

Advisory board members help create institute programming and community outreach, serve as moderators and conveners to events and give guidance on how the institute can best answer its fundamental ethical questions: Where do we want to go and how do we get there?

Bresciani was named NDSU’s 14th president in 2010. He has held national leadership positions in professional organizations including council chair for the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, board of directors for the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and a variety of committees and counsels for the NCAA leading to his current role on the association’s Division I Board of Directors.

He also is a member of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, known as EDUCAUSE; Association for the Study of Higher Education; and National Association of College and University Business Officers.


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