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  • North Dakota University System: Students : Ebola Prevention Information
    well Nausea vomiting and diarrhea are common Diarrhea is usually severe and watery Additional symptoms can include stomach pain unusual bleeding and lack of appetite What part of the world is experiencing the Ebola outbreak The current outbreak is occurring in four countries in western Africa Guinea Liberia Sierra Leone and Nigeria Who is at greatest risk for this disease The risk for the introduction of this virus into the United States is low According to the CDC Ebola does not pose a significant risk to the U S public People who have been in direct contact with the body fluids of people with Ebola are at greatest risk Others at risk would be those who provided care for people ill with Ebola or were in direct contact with the bodies of persons who died from Ebola usually during funeral practices Members of the households of persons with Ebola are considered to be at low risk unless they have engaged in one of the high risk activities Is there a cure for Ebola No there is no known cure for Ebola Early supportive treatment may help improve outcomes I recently traveled from one of the affected countries what should I do Notify your student health center of your recent arrival in the United States contact information below They will instruct you to visit the student health center once or twice a day for a fever check through the 21st day after your last exposure or from your departure from an affected country Once 21 days have passed you will not develop Ebola If you develop a fever as indicated below or have ANY other symptoms of illness within the 21 days seek care immediately Those students presenting symptoms will be transported to a local hospital by an emergency medical transport service If symptoms present outside of clinic hours inform a campus employee via phone your RA for example if possible dial 911 and make sure to inform them of your travel possible Ebola exposure Ear 100 4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher Mouth 99 5 degrees Fahrenheit or higher Forehead or Armpit 99 0 degrees Fahrenheit or higher NOTE If you have a fever but have not been to or had close contact with anyone who has been to Guinea Liberia Sierra Leone or Nigeria in the last 21 days do not call 911 Visit your student health center or other health care provider as you normally would when ill Can I travel to these countries Travel to these countries should be avoided if possible The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued a level three travel warning for Guinea Liberia and Sierra Leone This means avoiding all non essential travel to these areas There is a level two travel alert for Nigeria advising travelers to take extra precautions while in that country Is it safe to be in the same dorm or apartment complex with individuals from affected countries Yes The risk for the general public in the United

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/students/ebola/default.asp?ID=747 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Business and Industry
    are ready to meet the needs of North Dakota s dynamic economy Whether we re preparing nurses to staff hospitals or engineers to build high tech equipment the University System s connections with real world commerce manufacturing research and development provide a competitive edge for students and benefits for all North Dakotans Two programs with strong ties to business and industry are TrainND which provides customized training to meet employers

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/industry/default.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Business and Industry : NDUS Centers of Excellence
    Dakota s Centers of Excellence have formed partnerships with at least 185 companies and generated an estimated 538 8 million total economic impact on North Dakota s economy through June 30 2011 Located on University System campuses the Centers of Excellence are engaged in cutting edge research in energy agriculture life sciences technology and entrepreneurship aerospace and advanced manufacturing Multiple centers are housed at North Dakota State University and the

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/industry/centers-of-excellence/default.asp?ID=435 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: NDUS Centers of Excellence : Centers of Excellence Locations
    Region State College Dakota Center for Precision Agriculture North Dakota State University Beef Systems Center of Excellence Center of Excellence for Advanced Electronics Design and Manufacturing Center for Advanced Technology Development and Commercialization Center for Biopharmaceutical Research and Production Center for Integrated Electronic Systems Center for Sensors Communications and Control Center for Surface Protection Center of Excellence for Agbiotechnology Oilseed Development Technology Incubator University of North Dakota Center for Innovation

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/industry/centers-of-excellence/list-of-centers-of-excellence/default.asp?ID=436 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: NDUS Centers of Excellence : Centers of Research Excellence (Core) Funding
    and universities utilize their own process to determine which three proposals are submitted for consideration by the Centers of Excellence Commission Each proposal must contain the college or university president s signature December 2 2011 According to State Board of Higher Education policy colleges and universities are required to submit a brief synopsis to the Chancellor of any applications they plan to submit January 3 2012 Deadline for submission of proposals to be considered January 3 20 2012 Commerce staff conducts completeness and compliance review of the applications Applications found to be incomplete or in noncompliance with statute and or Commission policy will be disqualified January 3 27 2012 Commerce staff conducts due diligence on the applications including visiting with applicants and private sector partners when appropriate January 20 2012 Proposals found to be complete and in compliance are forwarded to Commission for review January 27 2012 Due diligence report from the Department of Commerce forwarded to Commission for review February 1 3 2012 Commission conference call meeting to determine if any independent expert reviews or additional due diligence is needed February 8 2012 Presentations from applicants on Centers of Research Excellence proposals before the Centers of Excellence Commission February

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/industry/centers-of-excellence/research-excellence-core-funding/default.asp?ID=629 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: NDUS Centers of Excellence : Base Realignment Grant Funding
    Realignment Impact Committee BRIC will use an agreed upon process to identify proposals to support and advance to the Centers of Excellence Commission December 1 2011 According to State Board of Higher Education policy UND shall submit a brief synopsis to the Chancellor of any applications it plans to submit January 3 2012 Deadline for submission of proposals to be considered during the first round of the program NOTE All applications submitted to Commerce must include the university president s signature and a letter of support from BRIC January 3 20 2012 Commerce staff conducts completeness and compliance review of the applications Applications found to be incomplete or in noncompliance with statute and or Commission policy will be disqualified January 3 27 2012 Commerce staff conducts due diligence on the applications including visiting with applicants and private sector partners when appropriate January 20 2012 Proposals found to be complete and in compliance are forwarded to Commission for review January 27 2012 Due diligence report from the Department of Commerce forwarded to Commission for review February 1 3 2012 Commission conference call meeting to determine if any independent expert reviews or additional due diligence is needed February 8 2012 Presentations from

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/industry/centers-of-excellence/timeline-for-centers-of-excellence-applications/default.asp?ID=553 (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System : Policymakers
    local and national policymakers will find key pieces of information about the North Dakota University System on these pages State Board of Higher Education Policies and North Dakota University System Procedures are available online Another way to access University System

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/makers/default.asp (2016-02-15)
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  • North Dakota University System: Policymakers : Dashboards
    of Higher Education s 2015 2020 strategic plan is built on four goals deliver degrees that are the best value in the nation provide programs people want where and when they need them equip students for success and maximize the strengths of the unified system Each of these goals is supported by objectives or strategies that will be used to achieve the goals And each objective is further broken down into measurable indicators that illustrate progress on that objective Built on that hierarchy the NDUS dashboards allow users to drill down into their topic areas of choice and see where NDUS stands by selecting the appropriate goal and objective Once on the objective page users can click the appropriate graph to view institution level data for many indicators as well Those indicators with institutional data are marked Pages that may need more explanation or context contain a question mark in the top right corner The question mark leads users to a data definitions page that helps explain the terms used in the measurements As a system of public institutions the public has the right to know how we are doing on a variety of measures These dashboards allow any and

    Original URL path: http://www.ndus.nodak.edu/makers/accountability-measures-report/default.asp?ID=648 (2016-02-15)
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