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Extractions: National Wildlife Refuge System Centennial Events At the North Dakota Game and Fish Department we pride ourselves in maintaining some of the most varied hunting and fishing in the nation. For anglers, North Dakota has hundreds of places to fish for walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, trout, and bluegill. Lake Sakakawea is nationally recognized for its Chinook salmon and walleye fishing. Devils Lake's large-sized yellow perch draw anglers from spring through the winter ice-fishing season. The Red River is famous for its trophy-sized catfish. For hunters, North Dakota is the ultimate for duck and goose hunting, which comes as no surprise because we lead the nation in annual duck production. Ring-necked pheasant and sharp-tailed grouse give our upland game hunters plenty of opportunity from early fall through the winter. Deer hunters look forward to next year's season all year long. From just about anywhere in the state, hunters and anglers can find a multitude of hunting and fishing choices. Whether it be a morning of duck hunting followed by a late season fishing trip for Lake Sakakawea salmon, to a day of sharp-tailed grouse hunting followed by an early evening bow hunt for white-tailed deer, we think you will agree that we provide variety in hunting and fishing.
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Extractions: As a transfer student, you naturally want to know how your previous college courses fit with NDSU's requirements and what courses you need in order to graduate. Upon admission to NDSU, your transcripts will be forwarded to the student academic affairs office for an evaluation of transfer credits (such evaluation may take several weeks). Following are general guidelines regarding the transfer of previously earned college credits to NDSU: In general, all college-level courses from regionally accredited colleges or universities will be evaluated for transfer credit. Courses from non-accredited institutions will not be accepted for transfer. Credit for a course is not accepted for transfer if the course is either remedial/developmental by definition of the transferring institution or if it is equivalent to a remedial/developmental course taught at NDSU. Technical or vocational credits from regionally accredited institutions may be accepted as general elective credit up to a maximum of 16 credits. College-level courses that do not have an equivalent at NDSU will be accepted but may count only toward total credits. The academic department will determine if the transfer electives satisfy specific curriculum requirements. See also General Education Transfer.
Extractions: The classroom teacher is the backbone of the American educational system. No one person has a greater impact on the education of a child than does the teacher who creates the primary learning and instructional environment. It is the mission of the State and National Teacher of the Year Programs to recognize and honor the contributions of classroom teachers. NDEA, in conjunction with the Council of Chief State School Officers and Scholastic, Inc. is a sponsor of the State and National Teacher of the Year Programs. The program is the oldest and most prestigious honors program to focus public attention on excellence in teaching. Nomination: Nominations for North Dakota Teacher of the Year must come from a teacher, school administrator, school district trustee, local education association, student or parent. Individual North Dakota schools may nominate a candidate, which means systems with more than one school may nominate more than one candidate. Administrators, county superintendents or their designees, and local association presidents will receive nomination forms in the mail in early March. Nominations are due by the end of April of each year.
Extractions: NEA President Weaver Scheduled for RA The NDEA 2003 Representative Assembly is scheduled April 12 at Bismarck's Doublewood Inn. This year, NEA President Reg Weaver will speak to the delegates on what's happening to public education at the national level. A middle school science teacher and 35-year classroom veteran, Weaver is a native of Danville, Illinois, where he attended a segregated school for part of his elementary school years. As an adult, he rose through the NEA ranks serving as a local association president in Harvey, IL, then president of the Illinois Education Association. He served on the NEA Executive Committee from 1989-1995, and for the past six years has served as NEA Vice President. Weaver, an outspoken advocate for public education, was elected President of the 2.7 million-member NEA last year. As the Association's vice president, Weaver logged tens of thousands of miles traveling across the country as an ambassador for public education. In a recent speech to the NEA Midwest Region Conference in Sioux Falls, SD, Weaver told the audience, "As an Association, our job is to make sure that all children have access to a quality public education. Let's make all schools the best as the best one."
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Extractions: The Veterinary Technology Program at NDSU will prepare you for an exciting career in an animal health-related field. As a graduate veterinary technician you may choose to work in a veterinary practice, or your goals might lead you in other directions, such as technical research assistance, sales, veterinary practice management, or animal-related business management. Many potential career opportunities await you as an NDSU Veterinary Technology graduate. The Bachelor of Science degree in Veterinary Technology allows you to control the direction of your education program through the choice of electives or a minor field of study. The first year of the Veterinary Technology Program is open enrollment. Students interested in veterinary technology have the opportunity to take courses that will help them decide if they want to apply for the limited enrollment professional portion of the program. A maximum of 24 students are selected each Spring to enter the professional portion of the program for the following Fall. You are the person to visit this page since 8-27-96.
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Extractions: Data Library Economic and Government Data Per-Capita Income [FB02.XLS] Last updated Nov. 26, 2001. Poverty Rates in the Population and Among Children [FB08.XLS] Last updated Aug. 22, 2002. Overall poverty rate, children in poverty, under age 18, United States, SREB States, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000 Employment and Unemployment in the Civilian Labor Force [FB09.XLS] Last updated Jun. 29, 2001. Civilian labor force, employed, unemployed, unemployment rates, United States, SREB states, SREB states as a percentage of the nation, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, D.C., Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999
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Extractions: This document summarizes K i d l i n k 's position about sponsors of both global and local activities. It also lists companies and organizations that are and have been supporting our activities. INDEX List of sponsors Hall of Fame Main Sponsors of the Global Project List of Other Sponsors and Supporters of the Global Projects W ... Sponsors of the W h o A m I program Please help us recognize our sponsors by reporting contributions to K i d l i n k BACKGROUND The major part of the K i d l i n k activity is financed out of my pocket, your pocket, and other coordinators' pockets. This has brought us a long way, but K i d l i n k needs corporate sponsors to realize more of our dreams and aspirations
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Extractions: MISSION STATEMENT NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY (504) PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION The NORTH DAKOTA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF established in 1890 by the North Dakota Constitution and located in Devils Lake is under the direction, control, and management of the Department of Public Instruction. The school is an educational institution for the education of children with severe to profound hearing loss. To be eligible for enrollment children must be between the ages of and 21 and must be residents of North Dakota. Out-of-state students are accepted on a tuition basis. The North Dakota School for the Deaf is a school using specialized methods of instruction for hearing impaired youth. The school provides a comprehensive academic program covering a broad range including traditional academic offerings, vocational education, special studies, physical education, and art. Further educational opportunities are presented through residential, athletic, and recreation programs. A major emphasis throughout all programs is development of language, receptive and expressive skills. In order to educate hearing impaired students in accordance with Individualized Education Plans, they may participate in mainstream programs with their hearing peers for part of the day in the Devils Lake Public Schools including academic and vocational classes. Hearing students from the Devils Lake Public Schools may attend selected classes at NDSD in a reverse mainstream program. NDSD offers sign language instruction to Devils Lake High School students. Students from NDSD may participate in community activities and in co-op athletic programs with the public schools.
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GPN - General GPN Meeting - September 7-8, 2000 Neas, Bonnie, north dakota State University. Johnson, Del, South dakota StateUniversity. Poley, Jeff, American Distance education Consortium (ADEC). http://www.greatplains.net/activities/meetings/meeting-20000907/
Extractions: State of the Network Rick Summerhill, GPN The Access Grid Rick Stevens, Argonne National Lab Break Session on State Networks KANREN Dave Nordlund, KANREN Minnesota David Farmer, UMN ARKnet David Merrifield, UA North Dakota Bruce Curtis, NDSU South Dakota Jeff Litterick Missouri Ben Colley Friday, September 8, 2000
GPN - General GPN Meeting - April 19-20 2001 Danielson, Kevin, University of north dakota. Mahlum, Jeff, South dakota StateUniversity. Poley, Janet, American Distance education Consortium (ADEC). http://www.greatplains.net/activities/meetings/meeting-20010419/
Extractions: The Great Plains Network ... advanced networking technology in support of collaborative research and education ... General GPN Meeting - April 19-20 2001 The Great Plains Network will held a general meeting on April 19 - 20, 2001 at the University of Missouri at Kansas City, in Kansas City, MO. A reception was held at the preferred hotel on Thursday evening the 19th. Sheraton Suites Country Club Plaza Time Session/Title Chair/Speaker Slides Opening Rick Summerhill Slide Show (Download) Meet and Greet Break Video Conferencing for Collaboration J. Craig Klimczak, UMKC The Internet2 Commons Larry Amiot, I2/Northwestern Slide Show (Download) The Missouri Statewide Video Network Initiative Hank Niederhelm, MOREnet Slide Show (Download) Experiences in IP videoconferencing Tom Brenneman, UMKC