Hanson says audit was biggest challengeFARGO, N.D. (AP) — Interim North Dakota State University President Richard Hanson says the biggest challenge he faced in his 6 1/2 months was the fallout from a state audit of university building projects. The audit found law violations and prompted two high-profile resignations.
The audit found law violations and prompted two high-profile resignations.
Monday was Hanson's last day at the helm of NDSU. New president Dean Bresciani (bruh-SHAW'-nee) was taking over Tuesday.
Hanson on July 12 will become the next president of Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College in Minnesota.
Former NDSU President Joseph Chapman resigned last December after criticism of his spending. Hanson led the school through that and other challenges, including a budget shortfall and the partial collapse of a campus building.