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NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott Passes His First Test

NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott Passes His First Test

Back in July, shortly after NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott took office, I wrote that the “measure of Hagerott’s success will be the degree to which he can change the priorities of the universities.” Hagerott got his first test on that front, and so far he gets an “A” grade from this observer and critic. For

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Lawmakers: NDSU's Enrollment Growth Plan Is The Wrong Priority

Recently North Dakota State University President Dean Bresciani announced that he’d like to aggressively inflate his school’s enrollment, increasing it by as much as 24 percent, over the next five years. But the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Legislature’s interim Higher Education Funding Committee are skepitcal that this is the right priority. I wrote

Is The Legislature Set To Get Tough With The University System?

Back during election season I spoke with a lot of lawmakers about Measure 3 which would have replaced the existing governance structure for the state’s university system. While a lot of them told me they weren’t supporting the measure – some of them even came out and openly opposed it – what nearly all of

Democrat Legislative Leader Corey Mock's Wife Runs For Office Outside Of District

Rep. Cory Mock is the Assistant Minority Leader in the North Dakota Legislature. He represents District 42 in the Grand Forks area. Rep. Mock’s wife, Jeannie Schultz-Mock, is seeking a seat on the Grand Forks City Council representing Ward 4. But Ward 4 (map here) isn’t in District 42 (map here). In September of last

North Dakota District Conventions: Districts 17, 18, 19, 42, and 43 Grand Forks city, Grand Forks County, and Walsh County Area Guide

This post is part of a continuing series highlighting the potential state legislative candidates from each district for their party’s nomination. For more information on this series, refer to the “SAB’s Guide To North Dakota District Conventions: A Government Of People Who Show Up” post. The Districts: 17, 18, 19, 42, and 43 Click on a District number above