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NDUS and BSC provide guidance to students regarding holiday break: Flexibility, safety emphasized - image
NDUS and BSC provide guidance to students regarding holiday break: Flexibility, safety emphasized
Friday, November 20, 2020
As the Thanksgiving holiday break approaches, the North Dakota University System is working in cooperation with the North Dakota Department of Health ...
Hess Corporation donates equipment to BSC Energy programs - image
Hess Corporation donates equipment to BSC Energy programs
Thursday, November 12, 2020
The Hess Corporation recently awarded the Bismarck State College Foundation a grant to purchase training equipment for the BSC National Energy Center ...
BSC hires polytechnic director as focus on expanded mission ramps up - image
BSC hires polytechnic director as focus on expanded mission ramps up
Tuesday, November 10, 2020
Bismarck State College has named Alicia Uhde as Polytechnic Program Outreach Director. Uhde is responsible for expanding BSC’s public and private ...
Energy Progress & Innovation Conference to be held virtually in 2021 - image
Energy Progress & Innovation Conference to be held virtually in 2021
Wednesday, November 04, 2020
Bismarck State College Continuing Education and TrainND are excited to announce the 2021 Energy Progress & Innovation Conference (EPIC) will be a ...
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BSC awarded eight medallions for marketing excellence
Tuesday, November 03, 2020
Bismarck State College has shown that it can compete with the big dogs when it comes to its marketing efforts.   BSC landed in the winner’s ...
BSC moves to COVID-19 high risk level with Burleigh/Morton; campus makes adjustments - image
BSC moves to COVID-19 high risk level with Burleigh/Morton; campus makes adjustments
Friday, October 16, 2020
On Wednesday, Oct. 14, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum moved Burleigh and Morton counties into the high risk level for COVID-19, or the color orange ...

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