NDSCS Homecoming: Sept. 19-24

North Dakota State College of Science will celebrate Homecoming during the week of September 19-24 in Wahpeton. Six distinguished alumni and friends will be recognized as the 2011 Alumni/Foundation Homecoming Honorees: Bernard Meyer, Alumnus of the Year; The Sauter Family, A Family Tradition; Kip Christensen, Friend of the College; Art and Linda Grochow, Wildcats of…
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NDSCS Launches NDSCS Mobile App For Android™

NDSCS today announced the launch of NDSCS Mobile for Android users. NDSCS Mobile lets the NDSCS community stay connected to campus whenever, wherever. The Android app, now part of the NDSCS mobile suite that also includes apps for the iPhone®, iPod touch® and iPad®, offers instant mobile access to campus maps, the latest news, event…
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Adam Miller – Autoharp Virtuoso – To Perform At NDSCS

Legendary folksinger, storyteller, and autoharp virtuoso, Adam Miller, will perform a program of American folksongs, at 7 p.m. on Thursday, September 22 during Homecoming Week, at the Mildred Johnson Library, on the campus of the North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, Adam Miller is…
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Manufacturing Jobs Are In High Demand

by Valley News Live Area Jobs in High Demand Video Kyle Young has known what he’s wanted to do for a long time. Young says, “I was always very interested in manufacturing. I was interested in mostly cars and the assembly line process.” But little did he know, his manufacturing job would be in high…
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Two NDSCS Educators Score Teacher, Provider Of The Year Awards

NDSCS educators Lisa Schumacher and Deborah Dusek received awards for their exceptional work in special needs education and their dedication to student success. Schumacher, a reading and writing lab assistant, has been named the Outstanding Career and Technical Special Needs Teacher of the Year.  Dusek, an English and Humanities Associate Professor, was named Outstanding Direct…
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