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  • North Dakota University System : Campus Happenings
    two causes Donations will be used to support the families of Katelyn Quinn and Brian Alexander Quinn who turns 3 years old on Feb 19 suffers from a rare genetic disease that causes several uncontrolled seizures each day Her parents are NDSU graduates Joe and Meredith Quinn Alexander has endured radiation treatment four rounds of chemotherapy and two surgeries due to cancer in the last year A 2001 NDSU graduate Brian and his wife Maureen have a 4 year old son Eddie Heidi Eukel assistant professor of pharmacy is Alexander s sister in law Looking at the bigger picture this event is about coming together as a campus helping families of the NDSU community and working together to do so said Hannah Rocholl a second year professional pharmacy student These families know that our colleges are behind them and I think that s what makes this event so memorable Noah Schmidt a senior majoring in civil engineering said The impact Battle of the Cents es has on the families is something I wish everyone could experience The impact of what we are doing continues for years and creates a chain reaction We help a family now and later down the

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  • North Dakota University System : Campus Happenings
    sexualities He says that things like where in the United States individuals grew up or people s communication styles can also make it more difficult for messages to be heard and received in productive ways The job of the ombuds is to help you respond to the diversity whatever form it takes Elias said Because it does exist and some people will not want to admit that it exists but there s no denying that human beings are different It s just OK we re different what are we going to do about it A calling With an undergraduate degree in political science and philosophy from Pepperdine Seaver College in Malibu Calif Elias admits that his chosen field of work may seem like a departure from his undergraduate studies but he argues that working as an ombuds is a practice in the application of both political science and philosophy Following the completion of his undergraduate degree Elias made the decision to pursue a master s degree in dispute resolution from Pepperdine University School of Law also in Malibu with the number one such program in the nation a decision he says was driven in part by faith and a calling to do good works in his profession And he is doing good Before coming to UND Elias worked as the County of Los Angeles Consumer Affairs ombudsman where he resolved fully or partially 80 percent of his visits He also spent time in the Los Angeles Superior Court where he handled small claims cases and landed a settlement rate of 90 percent Now at UND Elias says he has more time to work and talk with those who visit the Ombuds Office One of Elias favorite things to talk about is peace Problems of human behavior are huge blockers for

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/happenings/detail.asp?newsID=1659&printable=1 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Campus Happenings
    major from Grand Forks North Dakota I wanted a space outside of a school setting in the real world so to speak In addition to other projects the students plan to provide creative services for individuals and businesses They credit the scholarships they have received from a newly established endowment by NDSU alumnus Jim Falck which allows them to pursue their ideas on a larger scale Ochre consists of eight artists all in our 20s creating a new way of producing and distributing original artwork explained Neyers a senior art major from Mankato Minnesota and one of the studio organizers In the art world you have to make your own opportunities As an artist you have to prove yourself everyday If you re not constantly seeking creative growth you aren t going to make it Weber a sophomore from St Paul Minnesota said the studio space is a place of creativity I work best when I am surrounded by people she said The positive environment is invigorating and enlightening I am excited to begin this new journey because I believe that it will help me grow as an artist provide opportunities and will build lasting friendships I can t wait

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/happenings/detail.asp?newsID=1656&printable=1 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Campus Happenings
    also up from 2015 to 30 673 which is the highest since spring 2012 Thanks to persistent recruiting focused student success initiatives and marketing efforts the College continues to see remarkable growth at both the Wahpeton campus and NDSCS Fargo location as well The demand for our graduates remains very high which is supported by our 99 percent placement rating said NDSCS President John Richman Our faculty and staff work

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/happenings/detail.asp?newsID=1655&printable=1 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Campus Happenings
    in the Invited Scenes Showcase were Robert Day and Shaina Hovrud of Mandan Carly Willoughby of Bismarck received a Certificate of Merit for stage management in the Dog Sees God production Judges also selected Day and Hovrud for the Irene Ryan National Audition contest a theater scholarship program for actors Their performances were assisted by scene partners Aeryn Mehlhoff Bismarck and Alexis Larson Carrington Other Irene Ryan nominations went to Taylor Jung Bismarck and Alicia Billock Mott for their roles in Eurydice BSC s winter play Scene partners were Larson and Adam Michal Mandan BSC s four member Ramrod team missed the top award but competed strongly in the Stage Crew Showdown competition Devlin said Technical theater team members were Carly Willoughby and Jonah Eslinger Bismarck Elley Cannard Mandan and PJ Rackov Dickinson Other students attending the festival were Rick Hentz Bismarck Joshua Tatum New Salem and Tanner Hostetter Huff It was an excellent and complete learning experience for BSC Drama Club members Devlin said and one we look forward to eagerly next year Students participated in panels and workshops led by academic and professional leaders in the theater field The group also had behind the scenes tours of Minnesota

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.edu/happenings/detail.asp?newsID=1654&printable=1 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Contact Us
    600 East Boulevard Ave Dept 215 Bismarck ND 58505 0230 701 328 2960 701 328 2961 fax ndus office ndus edu Name Company Email Address City State Zip Code Phone Number In what capacity are you contacting us Student Parent

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  • North Dakota University System : Contact Us
    City State Zip Code Phone Number In what capacity are you contacting us Student Parent Faculty Staff Public Legislator Other Comments Spam Check COPYRIGHT 2016 NDUS DESIGN PROGRAMMING BY ODNEY

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  • North Dakota University System : Privacy Policy
    owed to the state or its political subdivisions and any other purpose authorized by law Information not specifically addressed in this policy must be disclosed pursuant to North Dakota open records laws E mail addresses are collected only if a response is necessary or if there is a need to correspond with website users If website users send e mails while using this site e mail addresses will be collected

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