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NDSCS earns CEO Cancer Gold Standard re-accreditation

05-15-2017
North Dakota State College of Science has again been re-accredited as a CEO Cancer Gold StandardTM employer for 2017.

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NDSCS Commencement Ceremony set for Friday, May 12

05-08-2017
North Dakota State College of Science will hold its commencement ceremony on Friday, May 12.

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NDSCS to honor Bang and Reinke at Graduation Ceremony

05-04-2017
The North Dakota State College of Science will honor Barbara Bang as Dean Emerita and Max Reinke as Faculty Emeritus at the College’s Commencement ceremony.

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NDSCS Faculty and Staff receive annual College Awards

05-03-2017
Eight North Dakota State College of Science faculty and staff members have been chosen and named recipients of the College’s Excellence in Teaching Award and Excellence in Service Award for the 2016-2017 academic year.

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AED Foundation Accredits North Dakota State College of Science Diesel Programs

04-26-2017
The AED Foundation presented Certificates of Accreditation for the Diesel Technology-Komatsu A.A.S. Degree Program and Re-Accreditation of the Diesel Technology-General and Caterpillar Dealer Service Technician A.A.S. Degree Programs at NDSCS.

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John Deere Tech students from NDSCS excel at National Competition

04-18-2017
NDSCS John Deere Tech students recently placed in the Agricultural Machinery Service Technician Contest at the National Postsecondary Agricultural Student (PAS) Conference.

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NDSCS Jazz Band and Wildcat Singers to perform April 24

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04-17-2017

The North Dakota State College of Science Jazz Band and Wildcat Singers will conclude their concert series with a performance on Monday, April 24, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be held at the Bremer Bank Theatre in the Harry Stern and Ella Stern Cultural Center on the NDSCS campus in Wahpeton.

The concert, which is free and open to the public, will feature a variety of genres including rock, pop, country and jazz.

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NDSCS awards more than 60 Scholarships to area students

04-11-2017
NDSCS recently awarded academic scholarships to 64 incoming first-year students.

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Science of Leadership program fosters student leadership skills at NDSCS

03-31-2017
Fifteen students at the North Dakota State College of Science are participating in the College’s Science of Leadership program during the Spring 2017 semester.

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NDSCS Concert Band and Concert Choir to Perform April 6

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03-28-2017

The North Dakota State College of Science Concert Band and Concert Choir will perform in the College’s spring concert at 7:30 p.m. on April 6 in the Harry Stern and Ella Stern Cultural Center on the NDSCS campus in Wahpeton. The concert is free and open to the public.

Following the concert, the performance groups will embark on a tour in New York City from April 7-12. Funding for the trip is provided by the students and by private donations. No college dollars will be used, and donations are still being accepted to help students pay for meals during the tour.

“This is a big step for NDSCS,” said Poyzer. “We strive to offer the four-year college experience in a two-year setting, and this is part of that complete education.”

On the tour, the Concert Band, under the direction of Dr. Adam Hollingsworth, will play on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Intrepid, which is now docked in the Hudson River and includes the Space Shuttle Enterprise on its deck. The band will also perform in a combined event with the Concert Choir at Thomas Paine Park. The choir, under the direction of Bryan Poyzer, will have the opportunity to sing at the Statue of Liberty and tour Ellis Island.

The April 6 concert at NDSCS will feature many of the songs the Concert Band and Concert Choir will perform while on tour. The music selections will have a patriotic theme.

“These are still the kids of the September 11th era and they need a chance to view the memorials and see first-hand how music helps in the healing process and brings people together,” said Poyzer.

Other sites on the tour will include the newly constructed Freedom Towers, Broadway shows, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Plaza, St. Paul’s and St. Patrick’s Cathedrals, and attempting to be seen on TV during filming of NBC’s Today Show on the morning of April 11.