Members of Dakota College at Bottineau faculty and students attended the Project-Water Education for Teachers (Project WET) facilitator training at the ND Water Commission in Bismarck February 16-17, 2019. The leadership workshop taught strategies for Project WET facilitation. The workshop was designed for K-12 teachers, informal educators, and leaders who work with kids and want to share the importance of water in our lives.
Dakota College at Bottineau has hired a new Foundation Director. Leslie Herslip-Stevens officially started her position at DCB on February 5, 2019. She will coordinate and manage all activities associated with the DCB Foundation, including new initiatives for gifting opportunities.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) inducted fourteen students into the Dakota College at Bottineau Phi Theta Kappa Chapter (PTK); Beta Rho Eta Chapter. PTK recognizes the academic achievement of two-year college students and provides opportunities to grow as scholars and leaders. As the oldest and largest honor society, this organization recognizes students who have a 3.5 grade point average (GPA) and above.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) is proud to announce their Director of TRiO, Nathan Biggerstaff, will be representing North Dakota on the ASPIRE Native American Committee. Nathan was asked by the previous ASPIRE president, Darlene Sampson, to serve on the committee and to help North Dakota achieve the committee goals.
A partnership between Dakota College at Bottineau, Lake Region State College, and Williston State College, will bring an agricultural degree to the DCB campus. Agriculture is big business in north central North Dakota and Dakota College at Bottineau is taking steps to support this important industry.
MINOT, N.D. – “You should next time. There’s always a next time.” The words struck a chord with Marina Carrillo, a senior in the energy economics and finance program at Minot State University. Carrillo was talking with North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and Lieutenant Governor Brent Sanford following Burgum’s 2018 State of the State Address at Ann Nicole Nelson Hall when the conversation turned to Minot’s American Petroleum Institute (API) chapter meeting.
Student nursing organization (SNO) is an organization made up of future nurses that helps facilitate the growth of caring, compassionate, and giving nurses. Dakota College at Bottineau’s SNO has given back to their local community this fall, and continues to do so.
"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?" -Martin Luther King Jr. The Dakota College at Bottineau Student Nurse Organization (SNO) of Minot has taken this message to heart. With a love for their city and its people, the student nurses have given their time and funds this school year. SNO has donated over $2000 to local institutions both from fundraisers and from SNO's own funds.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) and Minot State University (MSU) collaborate to provide student instruction. Classes are held on the MSU campus with instructors hired by DCB. This is a unique collaboration providing students a certificate or associate degree from DCB with a seamless transfer to MSU to receive a four-year degree.
The Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota (BCBSND) Caring Foundation has awarded scholarships to twenty-six health profession students attending North Dakota colleges, universities or technical colleges.