REMEMBER THE KORAN STATES THAT IT IS A LIE THAT CHRIST DIED DURING - AS A RESULT OF BEING CRUCIFIED. CHRIST WILL RETURN TO EARTH DECLARE HIS RESURRECTION A FRAUD AND BE MAKDI'S EXECUTIONER OF CHRISTIANS AND JEWS ETC - LIVE TO BE 70, DIE AND BE BURIED NEXT TO MOHAMMED (OH YES HE WILL BE MARRIED) GO SHARIA GO COME SHARIA COME !, .
If you have an applicant for a high position at your educational institution and that individaul has a reputation for lying and getting sacked his superiors by working behind their backs - you must do extensive due diligence and that will cost money - but some things are free - like the following a keystone document that explains in part, how and why events are directed to occur and be explained away - or better for the perpetrators nothing asked by a co-opted media that are their - for a time at least literal facebook friends. GOOGLE "Is there a Minot Mafia?" published in the Dakota Beacon
Dear Vetting squad - the Steve Kukowski referred to in the article is responsible for the death of a Hated - and North Dakota HATES native americans - hands down - 100s of percentages more severe than even not liked Islamic associated immigrants. Dustin Irwin did not merit medical care - as a sub human - in the mind of Sheriff Kukowski and "winner" of Lone Eagle award presented by ND AG Wayne Stenehjem . A carnival carousel circle jerk of corruption. You are much too lazy to find out what the Saskatoon SK Canada then director of economic development said after management of then bankrupting call center Web Smart devolved down to Minot, ND - instead of a trained cosmopolitan professional management team. Your laziness will not assist the best interests of your institution. Hire Bresciani NOW !
говорящих на русском языке, мы предупреждаем вас об опасности получить себе связано с людьми низкого морального характера, которые существуют в изобилии, и от самого низкого номинального юридической школы в Соединенных Штатах - образуют Северная Дакота - Северная Дакота теперь является единственным американским штатом класса все это самостоятельно - состояние четвёртого курса. Интеллигент инбридинга низкой морали и низких стандартов и коррумпированной правоохранительных органов, который покрывает его собственный преступный сговор с целью прикрыть преступления со стороны правоохранительных органов по всему штату. Пытки Тома Sander, убийцы американских индейцев Dustin Ирвин - отказано в медицинской помощи в течение нескольких дней - Шериф Стив Kukowski. GOOGLE: Есть ли Минот СМИ? Google: Смерть Эндрю Садек. Покушение на убийство в Гранд-Форкс из мистера Эллиота в Altru больнице, выстрелил 6 раз в том числе в голову, он безоружен - GOOGLE и читать сайт / блог записи в действии. Защитите своих любимых детей - избегать Северная Дакота - и сказать все, чтобы сделать это слишком !, Поощрять американских граждан на обращение в Конгресс США, чтобы положить конец государственности Северной Дакоте - и сложить население и недвижимость в штате Миннесота для represenation под что государство и тем самым защищая людей низкого интеллекта.
govoryashchikh na russkom yazyke, my preduprezhdayem vas ob opasnosti poluchit' sebe svyazano s lyud'mi nizkogo moral'nogo kharaktera, kotoryye sushchestvuyut v izobilii, i ot samogo nizkogo nominal'nogo yuridicheskoy shkoly v Soyedinennykh Shtatakh - obrazuyut Severnaya Dakota - Severnaya Dakota teper' yavlyayetsya yedinstvennym amerikanskim shtatom klassa vse eto samostoyatel'no - sostoyaniye chetvortogo kursa. Intelligent inbridinga nizkoy morali i nizkikh standartov i korrumpirovannoy pravookhranitel'nykh organov, kotoryy pokryvayet yego sobstvennyy prestupnyy sgovor s tsel'yu prikryt' prestupleniya so storony pravookhranitel'nykh organov po vsemu shtatu. Pytki Toma Sander, ubiytsy amerikanskikh indeytsev Dustin Irvin - otkazano v meditsinskoy pomoshchi v techeniye neskol'kikh dney - Sherif Stiv Kukowski. GOOGLE: Yest' li Minot SMI? Google: Smert' Endryu Sadek. Pokusheniye na ubiystvo v Grand-Forks iz mistera Elliota v Altru bol'nitse, vystrelil 6 raz v tom chisle v golovu, on bezoruzhen - GOOGLE i chitat' sayt / blog zapisi v deystvii. Zashchitite svoikh lyubimykh detey - izbegat' Severnaya Dakota - i skazat' vse, chtoby sdelat' eto slishkom !, Pooshchryat' amerikanskikh grazhdan na obrashcheniye v Kongress SSHA, chtoby polozhit' konets gosudarstvennosti Severnoy Dakote - i slozhit' naseleniye i nedvizhimost' v shtate Minnesota dlya represenation pod chto gosudarstvo i tem samym zashchishchaya lyudey nizkogo intellekta.
"News" reports of Bresciani being questioned at Ohio University ("journalists" "reporters" were not allowed to ask questions before, during or after this portion of screening applicants for the position of President at OU.
"During Thursday's forum, Bresciani denied any wrongdoing, claiming Stenehjem found no violation of law. He blamed local media for sensationalizing the story.
"I'm assuming you're basing (the question) off media reports," Bresciani said. "Our media is just as colorful as your media, and oftentimes higher education is an easy target."
Why questioners and not like Graduate Student President Ian Armstrong (non = non vetting non questioning - co-opted media", do you not AND you Must use asking ND Higher Ed and through open records requests and utilize your attorney's, private investigators on the ground where Bresciani has reeked havoc because of his - it has been alleged narcissistic personality disorder. You will not be able of course to discover communications that used to exist, or has taken place but the applicant is more than willing to lie about and has "successfully" truly destroyed for all time a records. He has attempted to do this in excess of 40,000 records attempted to destroy for all time, and has lied about. You are able and you MUST get ahold of every e-mail and text messages that exist, if it costs $20,000.00 in the case of Dr. Bresciani it would and is worth it. To not have aggressively obtained records - you and your institution is on the road to failure in your selection process. Note in the secret gossipy e-mail he sent to then Acting ND Higher Education Chancellor Larry C. Skogen and then President of the state board of higher education President Kirsten Diederich, the fact that the veteran cited in the e-mail had broken no law, but was trespassed from the university - nonetheless - Bresciani lies about Bresciani's actual commission of felonies, hands in the cookie jar - deleting the e-mails, showing gross contempt again for members of the state legislature members of which had requested the records, but when a member of the public, the veterans set out six handwritten comments on the campus - he had sent his NDSU police force illegally off the campus to harass two veteran's homes and repeatedly by phone misrepresenting themselves, facts, and circumstances. One of these "officers" is the person that has had at least 10 encounters of intimate contact with deceased humans. Individuals like this are on a merry go round of being hired by the next law enforcement agency across town after being called out. Bresciani also has an officer utilized as personal chauffeur who has been promoted 4 times - latest to Captain to drive him around, including in the spring and summer 3 blocks to a baseball field on campus. A local newspaper surveyed a number of practices of regional University Presidents including the President of the U of Minnesota - Twin Cities campus and none had personal drivers except Bresciani. The driver would also cart around family members without the President present. On and on personality traits that will surface again and again at your institution and you did not SERIOUSLY vett. ND is so incompetent - they know they do not have the ability to do it - so removing and incompetent evildoer may only go a little ways as the next time they are as likely to be hornswaggled as the last. So much more the 15,000 initiative petition signatures forged by the 2012 football team, unsupervised, broke but unwilling to get a job in the summer, or anything that is other than a ND NDSU hornswoggle. NDSU the source of 96% of all USA voter fraud in 2012..... North Dakota the hornswoggle "state". Do your due diligence like ND can not due to lack of capacity. On the first page of e-mail printed above Bresciani attacked the suspicious self centered - over arching sense of self importance of his NDSU predessessor - this before dead carin cop got to veterans homes to lie, intimidate, abuse -- every thing is an occasion to snicker and gossip to the superivors to Fawn - Fawn the Faggot - Urban dictionary top public voted definition - mocking back to Fawn how Fawn sees stupid people everywhere.
SHARIA MAY BE AN EQUAL RIGHTS EQUALIZER FOR MEN AS UNDER SHARIA THE TESTIMONY OF TWO WOMEN ARE NEEDED TO EQUAL THE TESTIMONY OF ONE MAN. THE DECEITFUL FEMALE WILL FACE APPROPRIATE CONSEQUENCES IF SHE FALSELY IMPLICATES AN HONORABLE MAN - MANY JUSTS PUNISHMENTS WILL AWAIT THE SLANDERERS. AS THE HOLY BOOK SAYS - MEN WOMEN ARE YOUR FIELDS ENTER YOUR FIELDS AND PLOW. WOMEN WILL TAKE THE VEIL AND BE QUIET AND CLEAN AND SERVE THEIR HUSBANDS. tHE HUSBAND MAY DIVORCE THE WOMAN BY PAYMENT OF A DOWERY - EVEN AFTER A 15 MINUTE MARRIAGE - $10.00 AND THE MARRIAGE IS DISSOLVED UNDER SHARIA LAW. WOULD IT NOT BE A SIGN OF TRUE GOOD WILL IF IN PART OF OUR WELCOMING OF SAUDI MEN AT NDSU WE EMBRACED SHARIA, CONVERTED TO ISLAM AND SPREAD THE TRUE RELIGION AS MOHAMMED HAS DECREED ANYTHING LESS IS AN INSULT TO OUT SAUDI INSTRUCTORS - THEY THE GOD DECREED CARETAKERS OF MECCA AND MEDINA! ND LEGISLATURE GET SHARIA ON THE 2017 BALLOT ! ND FIRST FOR A CHANGE ! SHARIA ! ANYONE WHO STATES THAT CHRIST WAS CRUCIFIED DIED AND WAS RESURRECTED IS A BLASTPHEMER ! REPENT ! GET ON YOUR KNEES AND FACE MECCA - LET US HAVE A DEBATE IN THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION IN BISMARCK AND MOVE BRAVELY FORWARD. WE WILL BE SAFER WITH HALF THE DRIVERS OFF THE STREETS ! NO ALCOHOL NO DRUNK DRIVING --- OOON ALLYMAN ABOVE IS ANN BARNHARDT'S VIDEO 2 OF 4 OF ALLEGEDLY DEVIENT MUSLIM SEXUAL PRACTICES.
Los líderes del estado de la cuarta tasa de América sólo con la peor calificación de la escuela de derecho producir un sistema de corrupción endogámico donde los estudiantes son asesinados bajo el control de los agentes de la ley corruptos que dan ayuda y consuelo a los asesinos de Andrew Sadek - Vea el artículo en línea de Wikipedia titulado Muerte de Andrew Sadek - por favor oren que sus asesinos sean llevados ante la justicia! ¡Ora! ¡Orar! ¡Orar!
ARTIST RENDITION - SKETCH OF DEAN L BRESCIANI PRESIDENT OF NDSU, FARGO, ND -- IT WAS NOTED THAT THE ARTIST HAD NOTICED IN THE ARTISTS OPINION THAT DEAN AKA FAWN RESEMBLED ESPECIALLY WITH LONGER HAIR - PERHAPS FAWN WEARING A WIG WITH A BUN OR BIRDSNEST FEMININE HAIRSTYLE RESEMBLES THE DAUGHTER OF PRESIDENT WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT - HELEN - WHOSE COMING OUT BALL AT THE WHITE HOUSE AT AGE 16 IN 1910 - DEAN - FAWN AS HELEN TAFT..... HE WAS REPLACED BY A THREE STAR MARINE GENERAL AT TEXAS A & M AFTER HIS FIRING BY TEXAS GOVERNOR RICK PERRY - THAT MARINE GENERAL JOE WEBER A LEADER THE CADET CORPS OF TEXAS A & M AND THEIR PARENTS AND ALUMNI WOULD BE MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE BEING LED BY RATHER THAN ALL PRETEND THAT THEY WERE COMFORTABLE WITH FAWN - A REAL LEADER IN THE MINDS OF THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS - LT GENERAL JOE WEBER - SEMPER FI - NOT FAWN
NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE IS A LEADING SWINE RESEARCH COLLEGE STUDENTS TRAVEL FOR MANY MILES FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY NEAR THE HOGS WHICH PROVIDE DELICIOUS PORK FOR AMERICANS OF MANY RELIGIOUS AND NO RELIGIOUS FAITHS - IE. THOSE WHO ENJOY CONSUMING THE FLESH OF THE HOG. HOG RESEMBLE HUMAN BEINGS AND HUMAN BEINGS RESEMBLE HOGS. AFTER SOME GENETIC MODIFICATION SOME HOPE THAT HOG ORGANS CAN BE TRANSPLANTED INTO HUMAN BEINGS SOME SPECULATE IT MAY JUST BE CHEAPER TO USE HUMAN ORGANS PROCURED FROM COMMUNIST GOVERNMENTS THAT EXECUTE MANY POOR PRISONERS AND PLACE THEIR BODIES IN EXHIBITS IN AMERICAN CASINO EXHIBITS - SOME SPECULATE THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA A COMMUNIST NATION AND CHIEF ALLY OF NORTH KOREA
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The "I See Dumb People" was sent by "Doctor" Bresciani repeatedly to his inner circle - it does not require advanced interpretation it reflects a literal mental process of assessing the bulk of the higher ed board (opinion) all. The Chancellors, the legislature, the idea that there is a system of laws that may apply to Fawn's person. The average North Dakotan Taxpayer and the despised AMerican Natives are - opinion - very much included - as Fawn has stated the members of the legislature can not understand the complications of higher ed finance. He has stated that he will increase enrollment by about 4000 students irrespective of the state budget or interests of the People.
अपने मुस्लिम बच्चे को मार डाला जाएगा और कोई नकली जांच एक संयुक्त राज्य अमेरिका के नॉर्थ डकोटा विश्वविद्यालय में हत्यारे को खोजने? हत्यारों नॉर्थ डकोटा राज्य की गुप्त पुलिस हो सकता है क्योंकि।
ABOVE IS JUST ONE SEARCH REGARDING BRESCIANI BEING DISHONEST. SOME COMMENTS FROM STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA LEGISLATORS STATE DIRECTLY THAT BRESCIANI BREAKS THE LAW. BRESCIANI'S PERSONALITY IS REPORTEDLY HAUGHTY - ARROGANT. VETTERS AT ALL UNIVERSITIES WHERE HE MAY APPLY GET WITH LEADING LEGISLATORS IN ND WHO BELIEVE HE WAS A VERY VERY POOR CHOICE TO GET YOU ALL OF HIS DELETED E-MAILS - THE ONES THAT WERE ABLE TO BE RECOVERED.. TENS OF THOUSANDS OF VERY UNCOMPLIMENTARY CONSPIRATORIAL CRAP. HIS EXPLANATIONS OF HOW HE WAS HACKED .... AND BY WHO? THE STAFF OF THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
FOR THOSE ON THE STAFF OF THE HIGHER ED SYSTEM WHO TALKED TO MEDIA AND STATED THAT BRESCIANI HIMSELF DELETED THE E-MAILS A HELL ON EARTH WAS RELEASED THREATENING THE PERSON'S JOB -- ATTORNEY'S - GRADUATES OF THE WORST LAW SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES WROTE LETTERS ATTACKING THE PERSON'S HONESTY - BUT NOT THE ACTUAL PERPETRATOR OF 40,000 COUNTS OF A CLASS C FELONY - PUBLIC OFFICIAL DESTROYING OR ALTERING PUBLIC RECORDS. THIS PERSON IS OBVIOUSLY THE PERSON YOU MUST HIRE TO OPERATE YOUR UNIVERSITY... TO WORK TO DESTROY ANYONE WHO TELLS TRUTH ABOUT THE NARRATIVES WOVEN BY FAWN... IN THE DEFINITION OF THE URBAN DICTIONARY TOP LISTING FOR THE TERM AS VOTED BY THE PUBLIC -- FAWN THE FAGGOT.....
GET HIM ON YOUR PAYROLL NOW...... PRAY TO BUDDHA ASK FOR WISDOM FOR THE COURAGE TO AFTER YOU VETT FULLY TO DESTROY YOUR INSTITUTION AND HIRE FAWN ANYWAYS.. GO AHEAD... READ THE STRATEGY - THAT IS EXACTLY THIS LINE OF REASONING ON NORTH DAKOTA COMMENTS ON POLITICAL BLOGS - IT IS PRECISELY THE HOPE AND PLAN AND URGENT DESIRE OF DOZENS OF STATE LEGISLATORS AND THE MEMBER OF THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION WHO IS THE REPRESENTATIVE FROM FARGO.... THE ONLY MEMBER OF THE BOARD WITH THE COURAGE OF SIMPLY REJECTING ANY EXTENSION OF BRESCIANI'S CONTRACT AT NDSU... THIS IS OPINION - HOWEVER IT IS BASED ON FACTS.... SEE THE GOOGLE RESULTS ABOVE - THAT COMES UP WITH THE SEARCH TERMS OF ONLY ONE RETIRED ND STATE LEGISLATOR.... HE IS WIDELY VIEWED BY DOZENS OF STATE LEGISLATORS IN ND AS A PERSON WHO CAN NOT BE TRUSTED, WHO RETURN HIS CONTEMPT THAT HE COMMUNICATES TO THEM - SUGGESTING THAT THEY DO NOT HAVE THE CAPACITY TO UNDERSTAND HIGHER EDUCATION - IE THE NDSU BUDGET... GOOD LUCK.
Congratulations to superior Administrator Duane Nellis - like Marine General Joe Weber who took over at Texas A & M after Fawn creeped out the Governor and Cadets and Parents. Fawn de Freak. Liar. Share brescianifaggot.com to all the world. For Christ's will to warn students/parents!
HERE IS WHAT DAHKTAH DEEN BRES CEE AIHN EE THINKS ABOUT ITSELF - ALL OUT OF NORTH DAKOTA UNIVERSITIES - HIRE IT NOW!
DEAN L. BRESCIANI, Ph.D. President and Professor, North Dakota State University SENIOR INSTITUTIONAL LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE President; North Dakota State University (2010 – present). NDSU has over the past seven years strategically crafted a trajectory of growing record enrollments (during a period of regional enrollment declines) while becoming the state’s leader both in the matriculation of in- and out-of-state fulltime students and the academic profile of entering classes. In parallel, a steady trajectory of growing record scholarly productivity now annually exceeds $156M; over $2.7M in licensing and royalty fees, and; 50 patents. In spite of a relatively modest alumni base of 80,000 graduates, annual private giving has increased more than five-fold with reciprocal gains in the permanent endowment; both are at record levels. During that period NDSU has continued to climb within ranks of the National Science Foundation’s top 100 private and public research universities -- 84th in most recent NSF-HERD report. In doing so NDSU has become the top-ranked university not only in its own state but its five state region of ND, SD, MT, ID, and WY. NDSU’s annual operating budget has grown during that timeframe to over $500M, and an external study in 2012 credited the University with an annual economic impact in excess of $885M, representing a notable 7:1 return on appropriated state support. The 258 acre main campus of 110 permanent facilities is extended by three major academic facilities located in downtown Fargo. The main campus also hosts what has become an award winning 55 acre Research & Technology Park made up of 19 university, public/private and private tenants engaged in research and development activities which, with linked companies, generate over $28M annually through 1,023 on- and off-site fulltime staff (464 of which are NDSU graduates) and 103 student interns. The “RTP” includes a business incubator consistently operating at maximum capacity with a notable record of successful start-ups. The park has recently approached build-out, requiring planning of an expansion location. NDSU also operates eight major agricultural research and extension centers throughout the state complimented by an agronomy seed farm and an irrigation research facility, and agricultural extension agencies in every county of North Dakota, for total land holdings of approximately 22,000 acres. The University offers over 100 undergraduate bachelor degree programs, 68 master’s degree programs, 47 doctoral degree programs and a variety of certificate and specialist programs to a steadily growing full-time student population approaching 15,000. NDSU enrollments are predominantly in STEM related disciplines (engineering the largest) but range comprehensively to state-leading enrollments in health related fields and the performing arts. Approximately 2,000 full and part-time faculty and academic professionals are organized under nine colleges, schools and extension areas. They are complimented by approximately 4,000 full and part-time administrative, support and student staff. The University competes athletically at the NCAA Division-I level (Missouri Valley Football Conference, Summit League, and Big 12 Conference as an affiliate for wrestling), and has during the past five years achieved record success. During that period most teams have reached post-season, league and national championship levels. For the past several years NDSU has been ranked as one of the most successful overall NCAA Division-I programs in the nation. At the same time, the average GPA of athletes has been brought up to and exceeds that of the overall student body, with for the past three years over 60 student athletes having every semester received perfect 4.0 GPAs. Many student athletes annually receive league and NCAA academic recognitions, including two NCAA “Woman of Year” finalists in the past four years and numerous NCAA Elite 90 recognitions. A wide variety of new and renovated major athletic facilities have complimented the program’s success and also represent substantial shared enhancements to campus, surrounding community and statewide interests. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 2 of 13 In the president’s role serve as NDSU’s chief executive officer within the 11-campus North Dakota public higher education system. Directly or indirectly oversee activities of seven Vice Presidents, President’s Chief of Staff and the Director of Athletics. An executive committee member of NDSU’s Development Foundation, Alumni Association, Research Foundation (chair), Research & Technology Park Board (chair), and work closely with the “Team Makers Association” (athletics foundation). Also oversee all extension and agricultural research station operations, the State Forester and related forest and fire services, and in the past the State Demographer and related demographic services. Past Board Chair of “Tri-College,” the oldest cooperative college open exchange arrangement in the nation, bringing together Minnesota State University-Moorhead, Concordia College and North Dakota State University. Led a recent extension of the consortium to also include Minnesota State Community & Technical College and North Dakota State College of Science, resulting in approximately 35,000 students able to access the consortium. Provide direct oversight of the Tri-College Provost. Also a voting member on North Dakota’s State Board of Agricultural Research and Education (which sets the state’s agricultural appropriations bill priorities), Northern Crops Institute Council (which oversees both domestic and international agricultural production and utilization training for related crops), North Dakota Stockmen’s Association, and the North Dakota Agricultural Products Utilization Commission; sit on the Farm Diversification Committee thereof. Serve on the NCAA’s Presidential Forum representing the 32 Division-I leagues in the nation, and the NCAA’s Working Group on Division-I Sports Organization which includes representatives from the NCAA’s Board of Directors, Presidential Forum and Division-I Council. Also serve on the Working Group’s subcommittee for collection of data and membership feedback. In addition, serve in leadership roles for two NCAA Division-I league councils (Summit League, where immediate past Chair of the President’s Council and ongoing member of Subcommittee for Planning and; Missouri Valley Football League President’s Council where currently serve as Chair). In the private sector, serve on the state Advisory Board of eight-state, 3.3 million customer Xcel Energy; the multi-state Regional Board of U.S. Bank and; the executive committee of Sanford Health-Fargo’s Advisory Board under the six-state/four-country Sanford Health enterprise (one of the largest non-profit integrated health care delivery systems in the nation). Also serve on the executive committee of the FargoMoorhead Economic Development Corporation, City of Fargo Renaissance Zone Authority (tax incentive funding evaluation and approval), and Downtown Fargo Master Plan committee. Months after assuming the presidency, during first state legislative session, took a leadership role in successfully conceptualizing and advocating for what would become a complete restructuring of the state’s higher education funding, while in the interim securing the largest biennium operating budget increase in NDSU history. In the following biennium, NDSU received another record increase in state support. The new funding model once in place resulted in a third record increase for the current biennium. In parallel with the above, undertook a campus-wide strategic planning process which engaged faculty, staff, students and community members. A subsequent, specifically focused “academic roadmap” process identified the direction and priority for future investments in scholarly activities. A third, research-oriented process then followed. The three have now been brought together in a single university strategic plan built around multi-disciplinary approaches to three “grand challenges” of food systems and security; healthy populations and vital communities, and; sustainable energy, environment, and societal infrastructure. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 3 of 13 Above planning efforts also formed the priorities for a wide variety of new and renovated academic facilities including a 120,000 sq. ft. STEM classroom and laboratory building. Conceptualized the building on a “universal design/shared ownership” principle allowing its virtually ubiquitous use for undergraduate instruction across disciplines. The STEM building is the second largest academic facility on the campus after only turn-of-the-century, recently renovated and expanded Minard Hall. In response to growing state health care needs, particularly in rural areas, directed doubling of enrollments in health related disciplines at both undergraduate and graduate levels. In 2014 acquired a private nursing college in the state capital of Bismarck, and within the next year leveraged the location as a base to extend the state’s only accredited Doctor of Nursing Practice program and initiate a RN-to-BSN completion program, both focused on rural western North Dakota. In a sweeping business process redesign effort, guided a financial restructuring of NDSU which reversed substantial deficits inherited from the previous administration, and dramatically increased the University’s bond ratings. In the past six year period NDSU has gone from the lowest to now highest S&P/Moody’s ratings of any public college or university in the state. Doing so resulted in the capacity for NDSU to start self-funded redress of a substantial deferred maintenance backlog inherited from several previous administrations. NDSU’s financial model has recently been adopted as financial policy for all other North Dakota colleges and universities. Early in tenure, established the first campus-focused lobbying system in the state. While initially oriented toward NDSU, the system has been extended to broader support of statewide public higher education. Complimenting that effort, led the overhaul of campus marketing, image management and communication efforts which have since been consolidated and substantially modernized to create and meet steadily increasing state, regional and national market opportunities. In spite of an unusual if not atypically challenging media environment, NDSU now enjoys enthusiastic state-wide public visibility and support in having become North Dakota’s flagship institution, and its president has become the recognized state-wide spokesperson for higher education. Also designed and initiated new programs to enhance student retention, graduation and job placement in students’ major field of study; NDSU now leads the state in related measures. Provided framing of NDSU’s “Student Success Tuition Model” which furthered those goals by increasing student course loads with subsequent gains in both retention and progress to on-time degree completion, while dramatically simplifying tuition and fee calculation for students and their families. That model has become the basis for the proposed future tuition and fee policy at all other North Dakota public colleges and universities. Leveraging the institutional performance enhancements highlighted to this point, provided guidance and encouraged new leadership for and reorganization of development and alumni activities, which included combining of the two separate organizations as a single Foundation & Alumni Association. Doing so has resulted in a more than five-fold increase in annual fundraising with more than a 75% increase of the University’s endowment. New leadership and staffing of the NDSU Development Foundation & Alumni Association are at the President’s direction in the preparatory stages for a major development campaign. Active in a variety of higher education professional organizations, including the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, Association for the Study of Higher Education, Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, and the National Association of College and University Business Officers. Vice President for Student Affairs; Texas A & M University (2004 – 2008). Member of the President’s five-person Executive Group, and broader President’s Staff (cabinet). Served as convener of the Vice Presidents’ Meeting (university-wide operations group). Served on the Academic Programs Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 4 of 13 Council, University Task Force on Enhancing the Undergraduate Experience, Qatar Undergraduate Academic Programs Committee, University Finance Council, Campus Facilities Planning Committee, President’s Development Strategy Council, University NCAA Athletics Committee, and University Media Advisory Council. Member of the Bill and Irma Runyon Art Collections Committee (Texas A&M Foundation), Corps of Cadets Development Council (ex-officio), and Division of Student Affairs Development Council (ex-officio). Led and substantially expanded supervised areas’ development efforts, which ultimately exceeded their $65M capital campaign goal as part of the University’s $1B “One Spirit One Vision” capital campaign ($1.5B realized). In combination or representing the President, spoke statewide at prospective student and extensive alumni, community, and development events. Initiated capital construction projects including $122M renovation of the student center and construction of a new $35M family housing complex, planning of $60M student health service facility, and renovation of various public and student facilities across campus. Also initiated and completed a first-ever master plan and recurring pro forma for comprehensive renovation or replacement of all campus student housing facilities, budgeted in excess of $1B over the following 30 years. Formally established a services corridor within the heart of campus to co-locate and better coordinate campus programs and service delivery points. Directly responsible for delivery of student, faculty, staff and local community programs and services, and their integration into the academic mission of the University. In close cooperation with college deans and faculty senate successfully created purposeful programs commingling in- and out-of-class experiences. Complimenting those academic integration efforts, established a longitudinal study of co-curricular involvement to identify activities that most enhanced student engagement, retention and overall success. Streamlined administrative roles and expenses, and reallocated recouped resources to understaffed areas, opportunities to retain and develop underrepresented staff, and additional programming and services for international students. Expanded and better promoted performing arts patron and participant opportunities, including creation of new credit-earning offerings in music and choral areas. Reorganized and increased support to multicultural student services including relocation to new, high-profile facilities. Re-established a Women’s Center to provide support for the campus and local community, and established a formal Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender program including staffing and independent facilities. Through private and foundation support initiated expansion of the Children’s Center facility. Centralized information technology staffing, and through realized efficiencies expanded support and services. Assumed supervision of student media and publications, and summer camps and conferences areas. Overall, supervised units represented over 700 full-time university employees, and over 2,800 part-time, contract, and student staff, with annual operating budgets totaling over $92M. Interim (extended) Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2002 - 2004). Member of the Chancellor’s eight-person Executive Committee, and broader Chancellor’s Cabinet. Served on the Enrollment Planning Advisory Committee, Retention Task Force Committee, Robertson Scholars Coordinating Committee (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and Duke University collaborative scholars program), University Executive Facilities Planning Committee, Public Art Master Plan Committee, Performing Arts and Special Activities Committee, Carolina Women’s Center Advisory Board, Licensing and Trademarks Advisory Board, Study Abroad Emergency Advisory Committee, Advisory Committee on Transportation (vice chair), University Safety and Security Committee, Emergency Warning Committee, U.S. Patriot Act Analysis Task Force (chair), Food Services Advisory Board, and Student Recreation Center Board of Directors. As outlined below under “Associate Vice Chancellor,” continued direct involvement in local and state relations during a period of extensive public policy development impacting University operations. Actively participated in the $1B ‘Carolina First’ capital campaign ($2.4B realized). Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 5 of 13 Provided capital construction planning and oversight to all Division projects and facilities, with a purposeful focus on enhancement of student learning environments. New revenue-bond and student fee construction, including projects under previous role, totaled over $200M through a residence hall complex, student union addition, student family apartments, student apartments, and student and academic services building. Provided oversight of facilities renovation agenda totaling over $128M. Assisted in planning and worked directly with promotion of successful student fee referendum for a $68M combined campus recreation, food service and parking facility. Initiated and provided oversight of various enhancements to the campus community environment including reorganization of new student orientation and staffing; administration of major student judicial program changes; review and reorganization of Interfraternity Council rush; accelerated recognition of culturallyand ethnically-related Greek organizations; increased Division technology support; financial restructuring and addition of new resources to counseling and psychological services; creation and subsequent expansion of a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Office; initiation of a specific development function for the Division; and recoup of over $485,000 in recurring state resources to re-establish lost positions and address staff salary equity issues. At the same time, faced and responded to an unprecedented series of state budget rescissions without sacrificing direct service to students. Supervised units collectively represented approximately $47M in annual operating budgets; 470 full-time state, insourced, and contract employees; and 520 part-time and student staff. Not a candidate for the permanent position in deference to the position offered by Texas A&M University. Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Services; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (1998 - 2002). Served in a variety of campus and local community major event, and crisis management coordinative roles. Member of campus Local Relations group with related representative responsibilities to state and local government, and municipal services concerns, and Steering Committee member and Communications Team chair for the Carolina Computing Initiative, a comprehensive academic technology program involving the establishment of hardware and software standards for the entire campus community. Acted as the primary Division liaison with campus finance and administrative units. Active in working groups and ultimate passage of the largest state-wide higher education bond package in U.S. history ($3B). Member of six-person University capital construction working group responsible for initial planning and staging of resulting bond, private, and receipt funded renovation and construction projects ultimately totaling $1.5B, and eight-person Facilities Work Group responsible for operationallevel execution of those capital projects. Served as Division representative on development team for campus long-range master plan, representing over five million square feet in new facilities. Member of five-person campus food services request for proposals review team. Directed the design and implementation of over $193M in new capital construction projects. Supervised student learning, programmatic and service areas representing combined annual operating budgets of $40M, approximately 430 full-time state, in-sourced, and contract employees, and over 400 part-time and student staff. Interim Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs; University of Nebraska at Kearney (1996). Responsible for enrollment management and student affairs policy development; and implementation, direct supervision, and achievement of Division and institutional strategic objectives. Directly supervised offices of Academic Advising, Admissions, Financial Aid, Registration and Records, and Residence Life. Concurrently served, for several months, as Interim Director of “Admissions and Financial Aid” to provide leadership for combining the two offices into one unit. Designed and implemented the campus’ first enrollment management program, including data trend analysis and coordination of related efforts. Not a candidate for permanent position in deference to spousal career advancement opportunity elsewhere. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 6 of 13 SELECTED RELATED EXPERIENCE Software Development Consultant and Campus Coordinator for “alpha” implementation of Student Information System Housing Module, Systems and Computer Technology (SCT); Rochester, NY and the University of Nebraska at Kearney (1994 - 1998). Collaborated and consulted on development of an automated housing assignment and maintenance module to complement SCT Student Information System. Coordinated the testing and implementation of mainframe system software with computer services staff at the alfa-site institution, and the training of involved user support Designed and conducted comparative and content analysis study with national sampling of university community college articulation agreements. Evaluated incentive, program, and formula funding approaches for state higher education. Research Associate; University of Arizona (1989 - 1992). Center for Research on Undergraduate Education (1990-1992). Developed and facilitated data dissemination strategy of Center findings to appropriate University constituencies, and coordinated consulting and support of academic units regarding the self-assessment phase of their systematic academic program review. Involved in the design, administration, and reporting of various quantitative and qualitative research projects including survey instrument development and administration. Office of Undergraduate Admissions (1989-1990). Mediated student, family, and faculty concerns regarding admissions, transfer course work evaluation, and general academic standing. Provided procedural, resource, and referral recommendations to students experiencing related academic difficulties. FACULTY EXPERIENCE Adjunct Full Professor; North Dakota State University (2010-present). Professor in the College of Human Development and Education. Adjunct Full Professor; Texas A&M University (2007-2010). Professor in Department of Educational Administration and Human Resources Development. Designed and taught Finance and Administration in Higher Education (ED 611). The course was designed for masters and doctoral students from the College of Education, College of Liberal Arts, and the George Bush School of Government and Public Service. Also designed and taught Student Affairs Functions (ED 631), a course combining the history of American higher education and student affairs, and a required core course for program masters students. Served on doctoral and masters degree committees. Visiting Assistant Professor; North Carolina State University (2003 - 2005). Higher Education Administration program in the Department of Adult and Community College Education, Graduate School of North Carolina State University. Lecturer and dissertation committees. Organizing member of the Triangle Higher Education Consortium, exploring a collaborative graduate program in higher education administration between Duke University, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Central University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 7 of 13 Adjunct Lecturer; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2003 - 2004). Department of American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences. Designed and taught History of American Higher Education (AM 94). Adjunct Assistant Professor; University of Nebraska at Kearney (1992 - 1998). Specialization Sponsor and Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Counseling and School Psychology, College of Education. Developed, initiated, and coordinated a student affairs specialization within the graduate program of Counseling and School Psychology. Instructor for Student Affairs Organization and Practice (C&SP 841), Seminar in Student Affairs: Special Topics (C&SP 830), and Internship in Student Affairs (C&SP 892). Adjunct Assistant Professor, Department of Management and Marketing, College of Business and Technology. Instructor for graduate and undergraduate courses including Organizational Behavior (BMGT 855/455), Senior Seminar in Organizational Behavior (BMGT 490), and Principles of Management (BMGT 391). SELECTED SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS Bresciani, D. (in press). Have the rules for higher education leadership changed? In What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Applying Wisdom and Research to Your Higher Education Career. NASPA; Washington, D.C., edited by Kelli Peck-Parrott & Peggy Holzweiss. Bresciani, D. (2014). What is the value of higher education? Northern Plains Ethics Journal, Volume II, Fall. Bresciani, D. (2014). The future of university leadership starts here. Leadership Exchange. Volume 12, Issue 3, Fall. Bresciani, D. (2012). Time for an honest look in the mirror. Leadership Exchange. Volume 10, Issue 3, Fall. Bresciani, D. (2012). The current student affairs and higher education environment: Where are we now? In Learning Is Not a Sprint: Assessing and Documenting Student Leader Learning in Co-Curricular Involvement. NASPA; Washington, D.C. Freeman, J., & Bresciani, D. (2012). Changing roles and responsibilities of student affairs auxiliary services. In New Realities: Emerging Specialist Roles and Structures in Student Affairs Organizations. Bresciani, D. (2011), It’s about preparation. In Exceptional Senior Student Affairs Administrators’ Leadership: Strategies and Competencies for Success, edited by Shannon E. Ellis and Gwendolyn J. Dungy. Bresciani, D.; Welty, J; Slepitza, R.; & Doyle, D. (2011). Views from the top: SSAOs leverage experience to gain presidential positions. Leadership Exchange. Volume 9, Issue 1, Spring 2011. Bresciani, D., Bump, T., Heffernan, E. (2010). Beating the odds: Raising funds in an uncertain economy. Leadership Exchange. Volume 10, Issue 3, Fall. Freeman, J., & Bresciani, D. (2008). Ethical capitalism: Merging Perspectives. Social Science Research Network: Economic Research Network. Retrieved July, 2008, from http://www.ssrn.com/abstract=1213322. Bresciani, D. (2005). Emerging perspectives on leadership in student affairs: An economic analysis. Journal of the National Academy of Educational Administration (NAEA), volume 94, 10, 2005; Beijing, China. Bresciani, D. (2002-2005). Editorial board of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Journal. Washington, D.C. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 8 of 13 Bresciani, D. (2002-2004). Editor of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region III Quarterly. Chapel Hill, NC. Bresciani, D. (2001, November 11). Assessing institutional priorities: An economic approach. Netresults. Retrieved November 11, 2001, from http://www.naspa.org/netresults/index.cfm. Bresciani, D. (1996). Explaining administrative costs: A case study (Doctoral dissertation, University of Arizona, 1996). UMI Dissertation Services, 9713408. Anderson, A., Dinham, S. M., Scott, A. G., Christie, N., & Bresciani, D. (1991). Assessing student satisfaction: The University of Arizona 1990-91 (CFR Rep. No. 30). Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, Center for Research on Undergraduate Education. Bresciani, D. & Schroeder, A. (1987). Who is responsible for the quality of higher education? The Vermont Connection: The University of Vermont Student Affairs Journal, Spring, 39-42. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL PRESENTATIONS Selected Juried Presentations Fundraising: Creating and cultivating innovative business partnerships. Bresciani, D.; Bump, T.; & Heffernan, E. (2009). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference; Seattle, WA. The cost of caring: Student affairs as a corporate enterprise. Bresciani, D.; Moneta, L.; Jackson, M., & Snyder, B. (2008). Presented at the National Association of student Personnel Administrators annual conference; Boston, MA. The state of student affairs in the United States: A still emerging role. Bresciani, D. (2007). Presented at George Bush China-U.S. Relations Conference; Washington, D.C. Campus planning: Balancing grand visions with mundane realities. Bresciani, D., Suttenfield, N., & Gross, A. (2006). Presented at the joint conference of the National Association of College and University Business Officers, the Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers, and the Society for College and University Planning; Honolulu, HI. Higher education: Scholarly institution, social change agent, or political pawn? Bresciani, D. (2001). Presented at the 13th International Assessing Quality Higher Education Conference; Glasgow, Scotland. This RFP approach provides a bridge to better services! Bresciani, D., Snyder, B., Foss, J., & Pelc, S. (1997). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the American College Personnel Association combined annual conferences; Chicago, IL. Examining and explaining rising administrative costs. Leslie, L., Gumport, P., Rhoades, G., Pusser, B., Bresciani, D., & Glaspar, R. (1993). Presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education annual conference; Pittsburgh, PA. Organizational theory and behavior: Another way to look at institutional conflict. Bresciani, D., & Kondritz, B. (1993). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Region IV-West annual conference; Lincoln, NE. The changing role of student affairs or administrative bloat? Expenditure trends in higher education. Bresciani, D. (1993). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference; Boston, MA. Not so common sense: A review of free speech law and its application in higher education. Bresciani, D., & Flagstad-Kramer, L. (1992). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Region IV-West annual conference; Tulsa, OK. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 9 of 13 How not to write a campus cultural diversity action plan. Bresciani, D., & Flagstad-Kramer, L. (1991). Presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference; Washington, D.C. Dancing in the rain: Developing an experiential education program. Bresciani, D., & Minehart, M. (1988). Presented at the Association of College and University Housing Officers-International, Upper Midwest Region annual conference; St. Paul, MN. Environmental influences and their relationship to retention of undergraduate resident advisors. Bresciani, D. (1987). Presented at the Association of College and University Housing OfficersInternational, Upper Midwest Region annual conference; Kansas City, KS. Selected Invited Presentations Bowling Green State University Commencement Speaker; Bowling Green, OH, 2016 Association of Public and Land Grant Universities Commission on International Programs, at annual meeting; Washington, D.C., 2013. Responding Panelist: USAID’s Forward Movement in Higher Education Association of Public and Land Grant Universities Council on Student Affairs: Student Affairs and the Institution’s Strategic Plan: Presidential Perspectives, at annual meeting; Washington, D.C., 2013. Responding Panelist 22 th Annual Gerald L. Saddlemire Lecture; Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, 2012. Public Higher Education 2.0: The Morrill Land Grant Act Then and Now Association of Public and Land Grant Universities Commission on Innovation, Competitiveness, and Economic Prosperity, at annual summer meeting; Omaha, NE, 2012. Summary Panel responding to meeting sessions. Great Plains Land Grant Summit: Morrill Act 150th Anniversary; Fargo, ND, 2012. The future of land-grant universities: American Poised to reinvent itself again. National Association of State University and Land-Grant Colleges Annual Meeting; New York, NY, 2007 Moderator: Fundraising and development in student affairs: The emerging potential. National Association of State University and Land-Grant Colleges Annual Meeting; Houston, TX, 2006 Moderator: Students as citizens of the world and Measuring student learning. NAFSA: The National Association of International Educators’ State of Texas Annual Meeting; College Station, Texas, 2006 Keynote Address: Who would have thought that tragedy list: Leading organizations that embrace change. Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 10 of 13 National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region III Mid-Level Managers Institute; Durham, NC. Duke University, NC, 2003. Program track speaker: Politics in higher education settings. Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers Executive Training Institute; Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 2001. Session speaker: Explaining and integrating student affairs concerns in facilities management. SELECTED PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND ACTIVITIES Doosan Global Business Forum; The Gleneagles, Scotland 2016. Invited Delegate (8th ever U.S. university representative). National Collegiate Athletic Association (2015-present). National Convention Chancellor’s and President’s Engagement Forum; panelist for new presidents and chancellors mentoring session; 2016 Presidential Forum; 2015-present o The NCAA’s Presidential Forum made up of one representative from each of the 32 Division-I leagues in the nation; primary advisory group to the NCAA Board of Directors. o Working Group on Division-I Sports Organization. The NCAA’s Working Group on the future organization of Division-I sports is made up of representatives from the NCAA Board of Directors, Presidential Forum, and Division-I Council. United States Global Leadership Coalition (USGLC); 2015-present. North Dakota Advisory Committee; advise and encourage national rican Colleges and Universities (AACU), American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU), Association of American Universities (AAU), American Association of University Professors (AAUP), Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU), American Council on Education (ACE), Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges (AGB), Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU), National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges (NASULGC), and the Open Society Institute (OSI; meeting sponsor); September, 2006 EDUCAUSE; 2002-present. National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO); 1992 - present. Program proposal reviewer: o Annual conference; Boston, MA, 2009 Association of Higher Education Facilities Officers (APPA); 1992 - 1998. National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA); 1984 - present. Institute for Aspiring Senior Student Affairs Officers; Clearwater Beach, FL, 2009 o Faculty Member Campus Politics, Finance and Development, Cultural Competency Case Study Dean L. Bresciani, Ph.D.; Page 11 of 13 National Association’s Board of Directors; 2004 – 2006 o Liaison to James E. Scott National Academy for Leadership & Executive Effectiveness Advisory Board; 2005 – 2006 o Nomination/Awards Committee, Membership Committee; 2004-2006 o Audit Committee; 2004 – 2006 o Chair of Association Communications Task Force; 2003-2006. Masters Case Study Competition Judge, Annual Conference; Washington, D.C., 2006 Journal Editorial Board; class of 2002 - 2005 (see scholarly and technical publications) National Association of Student Personnel Administrators Region III o Advisory Board to the Regional Vice President; 2002 - 2004 o Summer Symposium Planning Committee; 2002 Program Selection Chair, and Symposium Promotion Chair Information Technology Network; 1998 – Services; Paris, France, 2001 Coordinator of the masters’ case study competition and the doctoral colloquium programs, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference; Seattle, WA, 2001 Program Proposal Reviewer: o Annual conferences: 2000-2010. Conference planning committee, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators annual conference; New Orleans, LA, 1999 Major speakers committee, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the American College Personnel Association combined annual conferences; Chicago, IL, 1998. Program Chair, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Region IV West Annual Conference; Rapid City, SD, 1995 Site committee, National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, Region IV West annual conference; Lincoln, NE, 1994 Association for the Renee Kashawlic, M.S.; Educational Administration, Texas A&M University, 2008 Jerrid Freeman, Ed.D.; Adult and Higher Education, North Carolina State University, 2005 o Dissertation: Postsecondary education for the underserved in America: A study of highly nontraditional students in community colleges David Jones, Ph.D.; Higher Education Administration, College of William and Mary, shed Alumnus Award, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, 2012 Administrator of the Year Award, Texas A&M University Student Government, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 2008. Newsmaker Image Award, Division of Marketing and Communications, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, 2007. Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity, Honorary Inductee, Texas A&M ntial Program of the Year, American College Personnel Association (ACPA) annual conference; Boston, MA, 1985. Humboldt State University Man of the University; 2010-present Annual Campaign, Humboldt State University; 2008-present Century Club, Texas A&M University Association of Former Students; 2004-a; Tucson, AZ Dissertation: Explanation of Administrative Costs--A Case Study M.A., College Student Personnel; 1985; Bowling Green State University; Bowling Green, OH B.A., Sociology; 1984; Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA AND ETC.-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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THE DEFINITION IS THAT OF URBAN DICTIONARY TOP PUBLIC PUBLIC DEFINITION VOTED FOR THE TERM
IT APPEARS REPORTED THAT BY DEFINITION THAT ONE OF PREZ ASSOCIATES HAS HAD INTIMATE CONTACT WITH AT LEAST TEN DECEASED INDIVIDUALS... THAT INDIVIDUAL WAS USED BY BRESCIANI IN HIS CAPACITY AS A UNIVERSITY POLICE OFFICER TO PURSUE AND HARASS VETERANS OFFSITE EVEN THOUGH THE PRESIDENT BRESCIANI HAD ALREADY REPORTED TO THEN THE ACTING STATE CHANCELLOR OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE PRESIDENT OF THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION (SHE RESIGNED RATHER THAN ANSWER QUESTIONS BEFORE A STATE SENATE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION) THAT THE VETERAN HAD BROKEN NO LAWS. THE STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL KNOWING THAT THE VETERAN HAD BROKEN NO LAW - REFUSED THE VETERAN EVEN A COPY OF THE NEFROFELIAC POLICE REPORT AGAINST THE SAME OPEN RECORDS LAWS THAT HE - WAYNE STENEHJEM AN ALLEGED GRADUATE OF THE WORST ACCREDITED LAW SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES (SOURCE US NEWS AND WORLD REPORTS 2016) UND LAW AT GRAND FORKS, A SCHOOL THAT STUDENTS HAVE SPRAY PAINTED SWASTIKAS ALL OVER IN THE SPIRIT OF CHIEF UNIVERSITY BENEFACTOR AND NAZI AND LEADING AMERICAN HITLERITE RALPH ENGALSTAD (SOURCE - PERSONAL AND DURING EMPLOYMENT CONFIDENTIAL EMPLOYEE WORKING IN ENGALSTAD PENTHOUSE AND RESIDENCE) FACT NAZI'S ARE TREATED WITH GREAT FAWNING (FAWN BRESCIANI - WHERE DID HE GET HIS SUBSEQUENT NAME? ) AS OPPOSED TO HATED VETERANS WHO BROKE NO LAWS AND DO NOT MERIT ACCORDING TO THE CHIEF LEGAL OFFICER OF NORTH DAKOTA WHO REPRESENTS BRESCIANI THE POLICE REPORT THAT IMPLICATES - AGAIN - BRESCIANI IN CRIMES AND HERE IN THE SUPPRESSION OF VETERANS CIVIL RIGHTS...
BUT THE AG OF NORTH DAKOTA STATED THAT HE HAD NOT DETERMINED WHETHER BRESCIANI HAD DELIBERATLY DELETED THE SAME 40,000 PLUS E-MAILS THAT THE LEGISLATURE HAD SPECIFICALLY REQUEST. THIS MAY BE THAT HE DID NOT LOOK INTO THAT BECAUSE THE OPEN RECORDS LAW STATES THE AG WILL TAKE THE STATE EMPLOYEES WORD RATHER THAN INVESTIGATE?
CONSIDER THAT ONE OTHER UNIVERSITIES WHO MUST - PRAY TO BUDDHA ! HIRE HIM! - NOW
KEYWORDS: NDSU, DEAN BRESCIANI, SEXUAL OFFENDER LAW, INTIMITE CONTACT WITH THE DECEASED. PRESIDENT OF NDSU, NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY,
ILLUSTRATION - OF SICK SICK OPINION- DEAN - "FAWN" BRESCIANI - KNOWN CRIMINAL - FAGGOT MONIKER IS USED AS IN TOP URBAN DICTIONARY DEFINITION - ALTHOUGH THE GOOK SEEMS VERY EFFEMINATE.- VERY LIKLEY THE REASON FOR HIS REMOVAL FROM TEXAS A & M UNIVERSITY BY RETIRED MARINE LT GENERAL JOE WEBER - WHILE FAWN LIES TO THE NON VETTING 4TH RATE STATE .
Bresciani crimes? appears to start 40,000 individual counts of Class C felonies of Public Official altering or destroying public records - and this after the legislature had made a demand for the e-mails records to examine as the law makers the scamming hatchet job of Fawn to destroy his boss on racial and religious hatred methods of stirring up emotions.. He criticizes his preceeding NDSU President Chapman as being too possessed of his own false sense of importance...(unlike Fawn the fag) on and on the crimes go - 2012 football team 15,000 counts of voter fraud. Fraudulent $8,000.00 plane tickets against policy and new Chancellor calls "him" an embarrassment . Freak - Research collapses at NDSU - Ohio U, knew so no Fawn the Faggot at Ohio University. Great Choice but not for non vetting ND. 4th rate state in part due to Fawn the faggot.
YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO WRITE TO THE SAUDIS AND THANK THEM FOR SUPPLYING THE DONATIONS MAKING IT POSSIBLE FOR THE SPEED AT WHICH MOSQUES ARE BEING CONSTRUCTED IN THE UNITED STATES AND ESPECIALLY FOR THE GREAT FARGO MOSQUE - THANK LUTHERAN SOCIAL SERVICES FOR BRINGING IN ALL OUR NEW MUSLIM NEIGHBORS . NORTH DAKOTA AS THE YES "THE" FOURTH RATE STATE DEFICIENT IN THOUGHT PROCESSES WILL BE ARGUABLY GREATLY AIDED BY HAVING ALL MATERS THOUGHT OUT FOR US BY GOD IN THE KORAN AND WHILE ND LAW ENFORCEMENT IS CORRUPT, THAT CORRUPTION WILL NOT BE CORRECTED IN AND BY THE FOURTH RATE STATE ANYWAYS SO PICKING OUT A CENTURIES OLD VALUES SYSTEM THAT ELEVATES MEN OVER LYING FEMALES THAT ARE NOT SUPERIOR TO THE US ARMY VALUES WHITE PAPER RULES AGAINST WHAT THE ISLAMIC RELIGION SETS FORTH IF THE STATE OF THE LOW CALIBRE ALLEGEDLY - SO SAYS SOME PROPONENTS OF ISLAM .... IS THE STATE OF ND PROTECTING SECRET CHILD RAPISTS WHO HAVE POLITICAL CONNECTIONS WHILE THEY PICK OUT POLITICAL WINNERS UNDER THE TRUE SPIRIT OF SHARIA !!!!! ? ? ? ? ? ? SHOULD WE NOT HONOR OUR SAUDI AND OTHER GUESTS BY ADOPTING THE GREAT WORLD RELIGION - ISLAM ??? THIS IS VIDEO 3 OF ANN BARNHARDT'S FOUR ON ISLAMIC CHILD SEXUAL PRACTICES AS ABUSED BY ADULTS VIEWED FROM A WESTERN POLICY
Congratulations to Ohio University search committee who paid investigators to check out the applicants and opinion - FAWN - filthy knew Ohio knew and like a puss did not want to appear as a jug of spoiled milk - unethical apparently criminal background that yes - he did it at NDSU freak. What will her next f u be.
CONGRATULATIONS DR. NELLIS - NEW PRESIDENT AT ATHENS, OHIO - OHIO UNIVERSITY - FILTHY FAWN FOOLS ONLY NON VETTING ND THE - - YES THE ONE ANE ONLY 4TH RATE STATE -- ANNOUNCED 23 FEBRUARY 2017. DID FAWN MAKE MAGGOT LICK HIS CLIT (HER CLIT) WHILE FAWN WAS IN HIS (HER 2 DIVING SUITS) CLOSET WITH DILDO AND ROPE? MEET DR. NELLIS. SO MANY OFFERS FAWN SAYS CONSTANT .. WELL JUST GO THEN... FAWN FAWN - MAGGOT DO NOT OVER WORK YOUR MOUTH .... MAGGOT AND FAWN IN THE 4TH RATE STATE ... UND LAW LOWEST RATED LAW SCHOOL IN USA ACCORDING TO US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT 2016.
LET US BE VERY CLEAR TO STATE BOARD OF HIGHER ED - TELL INTERIM CHANCELLOR TO END HIS FAWNING BUYING OFF ON EVERYTHING THAT FAWN COMEs UP WITH - AND TELL YOU THAT ANY SEVERANCE PACKAGE TO BRESCIANI IS NOT ACCEPTABLE. DIRECT CHIEF OF STAFF TO SEEK FUNDING FROM AG TO HIRE SPECIAL COUNSEL TO DRAW UP BILL OF PARTICULARS TO FIRE FOR CAUSE ! BRESCIANI IS -OPINION- AH ----FACT ! CORRUPT !!!!
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RETIRED U.S. SENATOR BYRON L. DORGAN EXPRESSES EXTREME CONCERN ABOUT ALLOWING PORTIONS OF RESEARCH PARK TO SIMPLY FOLD RATHER THAN REASSIGN DOLLARS IN BUDGET TO IT... MAYBE RESEARCH NOT SUCH A PRIORITY LIKE FAWN FLYING FIRST CLASS. REPORT 2
THOUSANDS OF SICK, ILL, DYING, DEAD SUFFERING PEOPLE, VETERANS, CHILDHOOD CANCER VICTIMS, HIV, CHRONIC PAIN UNTO DEATH, MORE PRESCRIBED NARCOTICS FOR THE PAIN AND THE NAUSEA OF AND FROM CHEMOTHERAPY - THE CRIMINALS - PROTECTED BY THE GUARDED DOCTOR BRESCIANI WHO CAN COMMIT EVIL WITH IMPUNITY. SO BECAUSE OF THE CRIMES COMMITTED THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE SUFFER AFTER CHEMO FOR 4 LONG YEARS - AFTER THESE CRIMES - THE STATE LEGISLATURE IN THE NEXT SESSION AFTER THIS VOTES NO FOR MEDICAL MARIJUANA. WHO IS RESPONSIBLE? THE FACILITY PRESIDENT UNDER THE CHANCELLOR AND THE MEMBERS OF THE STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION.
ONE MINOT STATE GRADUATE EXPRESSED SURPRISE THAT A PROGRAM OF HATE AGAINST THE CHANCELLOR COULD BE FORMULATED AND PLANTED INTO THE MINDS OF STUDENTS THEN WHIPPED UP TO BE FRENZIED FIRE THE CHANCELLOR VOTE BY THE THREE LARGEST STATE UNIVERSITIES STUDENT SO QUICKLY - THIS MSU GRADUATE STATED HE BELIEVED what many state legislators believe they know - that every determination to sack a Chancellor is hatched at North Dakota State University. Do you want to send your child to such a toxic environment. The president charged with improving graduation rates does not mack significant progress - opinion- in league with Real Estate Rental Companies they desire students take 5, 6, 7, 8, years to get a degree to pay more rent - then finally they deposits will be by design kept! Thanks for visiting Fargo ! Thanks for taking out the student loans that will for the "education" received never EVER NEVER facilitate bu the "knowledge" gained aid in assisting by the education received increase income enough to pay the loans back - poverty the result... Only top performance in Engineering, Math and Science can possibly aid in paying back the loans by value added to the TOP Students. This is known - Social Science - forget it, Business degree - whatever that is - forget it. Ag Economics of which there are 900 some students at NDSU - might as well move to Russia and say you are an Economist - like millions of Russians if you visit there claim - value added to your life is in the negatives. And just what is this most recently stated description by local elites of "Doctor"
FIred in Texas - "old maidish" well just observe the individual who inspires what ?
MDSU STUDENTS DEMAND TO HAVE RELEASED KATHLEEN
WARN YOUR YOUNG PROSPECTIVE ENROLLING STUDENTS AT ND HIGHER ED INSTITUTIONS OF RISK OF THEIR MURDER AND RAPE AND ADMINISTRATORS CONCERNED ONLY WITH FOOTBALL AND NOT BEING FIRED FOR RIGHTFUL CAUSES - AS SET FORTH BY LEGISLATORS AND PEOPLE IN KNOW FROM TEXAS ETC.... JOE WEBER RETIRED MARINE LT GENERAL REPLACED THE DISGRACEFUL FIRED BRESCIANI AT TEXAS A & M - SHE WAS FIRED DIRECTLY BY ORDERS OF THEN GOVERNOR RICK PERRY IT WAS REPORTED. SICK FAWN BRESCIANI - AT LAST IT'S SICK POLICE FORCE REIGNED IN - UTTERLY CORRUPT - OPINION SITE..... FAWN FAWN.... FREAK .. DOES NOT WANT TO BE BOTHERED WITH ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES ANYMORE - ALCOHOL ENTERTAINING AND FOOTBALL - ONLY ELITE SHOULD HAVE ALCOHOL IN SUITES AT FARGO DOME - THINKS FAGGOT FAWN TO HAVE IT BE EXCLUSIVE ......FAWN FAWN
perry fired! urban dictionary definition of faggot!
Students have left two campuses of North Dakota University System in the Red River Valley - they have been found dead - murders unsolved. Do you desire to send your beloved child half a world a way to have them returned to you - MAYBE, quite dead without any explanation except maybe when they were working their night job cleaning a bank and they look outside to see a drug transaction (GOOGLE Grand Forks Elliot Shooting read in depth many links) they call into Police - off duty police are the ones conducting for profit drug operations and your child is targeted; as a witness ! BRESCIANI CLAIMS OF OVER 2M$ IN ROYALTIES WILL COLLAPSE NOW THAT FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP STREAK ENDED - T-SHIRT, TRINKETS NOT SO COVETED ANY LONGER LIKE BRESCIANI IN ND - RANCID (HIRE HIM! POL EEEZE! HIRE HIM!)
A Ohio University Free Speech Wall - SAYS BUILD THE WALL. NORTH DAKOTA HAS THE BOTTOM - WORST ACCREDITED LAW SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES - THIS LINK SHOWS UND STUDENTS IN BLACK FACE ---- WITH BRESCIANI'S RECORD OF HARASSING AND ENCOURAGING STUDENTS AND ALL PEOPLE TO HATE PEOPLE LIKE IRANIAN AMERICAN HAMID SHIRVANI AND A CATHOLIC AND HAD HIS MINIONS PORTRAY HIM AS A MUSLIM... BRESCIANI HAD HIS ON NDSU PAYROLL STATE SENATOR LEAD THE SACKING OF SHIRVANI IN THE LEGISLATURE ... FACTS...
SHIRVANI'S HOME DRIVEWAY WAS DEFECATED ON ... WHO DID THIS ...? OBVIOUSLY - OPINION - IT WAS INDIVIDUALS DIRECTLY IN THE CENTER OF THE SACK THE HATED MUSLIM (CATHOLIC) GROUP AND THE LEADER OF THAT GROUP WAS/IS DEAN BRESCIANI....
OHIO UNIVERSITY! SOMEONE! HIRE DEAN AND TAKE HIM AWAY FROM NORTH DAKOTA
Illustration to the right is one of over 40,000 email deletions apparently made by Bresciani against the law --FELONIES this he sent repeatedly to his inner circle who have no regard for other's dignity or value.