New faculty and administrators at the University of North Dakota are on a three-day tour of the state.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) - New faculty and administrators at the University of North Dakota are on a three-day tour of the state.
The bus tour is in its 22nd year. It's aimed at giving the new staff a look at the state and introducing them to alumni and others. About 30 people are on this year's tour.
The tour Monday through Wednesday is being led by UND President Robert Kelley and his wife, Marcia.
The tour alternates between the northern and southern parts of the state. This year's tour is in the south, including stops in Bismarck and Wahpeton. The group also will visit Sitting Bull College in Fort Yates.
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