North Dakota State Board of Higher Education

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The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education (NDSBHE) is the policy-setting body for the North Dakota University System in the U.S. state of North Dakota. The eight-member board includes seven citizen members and one student member. The citizen members serve four-year terms and the student member serves a one-year term. All members are appointed by the Governor of North Dakota. The board also includes a non-voting faculty advisor that is selected by the Council of College Faculties,[1] and a non-voting staff advisor that is selected by the North Dakota Staff Senate.[2]

Current members[3][edit]

  • Kathleen Neset, President
  • Don Morton, Vice President
  • Kari Reichert
  • Kevin Melicher
  • Mike Ness
  • Greg Stemen
  • Nick Hacker
  • Brett Johnson, Student Member
  • Eric Murphy, Faculty Advisor
  • Emma Tufte, Staff Adviser

References[edit]

  1. ^ N.D.C.C. § 15-10-02(2)
  2. ^ N.D.C.C. § 15-10-02(3)
  3. ^ [1]

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