Wildcat Softball Signs Top N.D. Softball Recruit

North Dakota State College of Science head softball coach Mark Mattson has announced the signing of a top North Dakota softball recruit. Kacie Johnson of West Fargo, N.D., has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and athletic careers at NDSCS. Johnson graduated last spring from West Fargo High School. A four-year letterwinner,…
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NDSCS Nursing Program Lives Up To No. 1 Ranking

100 percent of 2011 graduates pass NCLEX- RN exam on first attempt The North Dakota State College of Science Associate in Science in Nursing (ASN-registered nursing) students are living up to their number one status. The RN Program was awarded a 100 percent pass rate for the National Council of Licensing Exam (NCLEX-RN). All 2011…
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Milless Returns To NDSCS

Accepts position as Sports Information Director and Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach Liza Milless, a native of Motley, Minn., has made her way back to her Alma Mater, North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., but this time as the assistant women’s basketball coach. The experience and success of playing under head coach Paulette…
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Lacher Accepts Roy Kemp Award

Barb Lacher, Pharmacy Technician Associate Professor at the North Dakota State College of Science, has been awarded the Pharmacy Technician Educators Council (PTEC) Roy Kemp Award. This nationwide award honors one pharmacy technician educator who has distinguised themselves through significant contributions in the field of pharmacy technician education, as recognized by the PTEC. Nominees must…
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Three Former NDSCS Football Players Head To NFL

Eric Peterson | inForum.com North Dakota State College of Science head football coach Chuck Parsons may have to add an NFL section to his office. Three former Wildcats agreed to deals with NFL teams as undrafted free agents this week. “It would be nice to start a wall up for the guys that are in…
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