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Dakota College at Bottineau announced the 2019 season of Lumberjack football would be its last. The program is being discontinued due to its high cost and the need to reinvest these resources into academic programming and other services at the college.
Students in the Agriculture and Horticulture programs have spent time this semester discussing the pros and cons of plant-based protein substitutes. Companies such as Beyond Meats and Impossible Foods have created substitutes for a traditional beef burger that have come as close to any replicating the flavor and essence of a hamburger. Students in DCB’s world food crops class listened to a podcast on the Future of Meat and discussed the implications of increased consumption of plant-based meats on crop and livestock farmers. While DCB’s horticulture science class read articles for and against the Beyond Meats and discussed their opinions and views from both sides of the argument.
Dakota College at Bottineau is pleased to announce the hiring of Corey Gorder as its new Athletic Director. Gorder will assume his duties with the start of the new semester in January 2020. Wayne Johnson and Mike Getzloff will continue as interim co-Athletic Directors through the end of the fall semester, 2019.
The North Dakota Space Grant Consortium (NDSGC) is participating in NASA’s pilot program for their newly developed content related to NASA’s Commercial Crew Program. As a partner in piloting these activities, Dakota College at Bottineau’s (DCB) Associate Science Professor Angie Bartholomay attended the Next Gen STEM Commercial Crew Program Pilot Space Grant Training last spring. She was trained on the newly developed NASA content which aligns with NASA’s Commercial Crew Program, including virtual reality training.