Keith Stenehjem 

 


 

  • Education
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    Ed.D. University of North Dakota, Teacher Education
    ·  M.S. University of North Dakota, Industrial Technology
    ·  B.S. University of North Dakota, Industrial Technology
  • Professional/Leadership Experience
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    Vice President for Academic Affairs, Mayville State University, 2007 - present 

    ·  Assistant to the President, Mayville State University, 2006-2007
    ·  Professor of Education, Mayville State University, 1998 – present
    ·  Chief Information Officer, Mayville State University, 1998 – present
    ·  Adjunct Professor, Department of Technology, University of North Dakota, 1996 - 2006
    ·  Director of Biomedical Communications and Associate Professor of Community Medicine and Rural Health, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of North Dakota, 1989 - 1998
    ·  Education Industry Specialist in desktop publishing, computer assisted drafting and multimedia, consultant for IBM, 1988 - 1993
  • ·  Director of the North Dakota High Technology Transportable Learning Modules Project, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Dakota, 1987 - 1989
    ·  Director of Graphic Communications, Assistant Professor, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Dakota, 1985 - 1989
    ·  Instructor/Lecturer, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Dakota, 1978 - 1984
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  • Selected Leadership Programs
    ·  Provost to President Program, American Association of State Colleges and Universities, 2012
    ·  University Administrative Internship, President Ellen Chaffee and Vice President for Academic Affairs Ray Brown, Mayville State University and Valley City State University, 1997
    ·  Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, College Management Program, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 1997
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    Selected University Activities 
    ·  Academic Affairs Council, North Dakota University System, 2006 - present
  • ·  Curriculum Committee, Chairperson, Mayville State University, 2006 - present
    ·  President's Cabinet. Mayville State University, 1998 - present
    ·  CIO Council, North Dakota University System. 2002 - present
    ·  Technology Planning Committee, Chairperson, Mayville State University, 1998 - present 
    ·  Department of Technology Advisory Board, University of North Dakota, 1996 - present
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  • Selected Community Activities
  • · Sanford Health - Mayville Consumer Council, 2010 - present
    ·  Eastern North Dakota Area Health Education Center Advisory Board, 2009 - present
  • ·  Lion's International, Charter member, MayPort Chapter, 2009 - present
  • ·  Red River Valley Education Cooperative (RRVEC), twenty area k-12 school districts, 2005 - present
  • · Heart of the Valley Interactive TV Consortium (HOV-ITV), twenty-two area k-12 school districts, 2002 - present
  • · Traill County Technology Center Advisory Committee, 1999 - present
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                • Selected Professional Associations
                  ·  Association of American Colleges and Universities
            • ·  American Association of State Colleges and Universities
            • ·  American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
              ·  EduCause
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  • Selected Publications
    ·  Stenehjem, Keith A. (2000) MSU Establishes the Traill County Technology Center. MSU Today, (Spring Issue), 10.
    ·  Stenehjem, Keith A. (1999) Mayville State University - Ready for the New Millennium. MSU Today, (Fall Issue), 9.
    ·  Stenehjem, Keith A. (1995-96) President's Column - Health Sciences Communications Association Feedback, 22(1), 2 & 4, 22(2), 2 & 7, 22(3), 2 & 5, 22(4), 2 & 7, 22(5), 2.
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  • Research & Selected Funded Grants & Programs 
    ·  Edson and Margaret Larson Foundation grant, "Integrated Leadership Program", ($40,000), writing team, 2011
  • ·  ND Department of Public Instruction, STEM Math Science Partnership grant, "Bringing STEM Education and Engineering Concepts Into the Classroom", two-year grant, ($388,589), writing team, 2010
  • · ND University System, STEM Teacher Enhancement grant, two-year grant, ($500,000), writing team, 2009
  • ·  US Department of Education, Title III grant, "Stenghtening Institutions", five-year grant, ($1,998,868), writing team, 2007
  • ·  US Department of Commerce, Telecommunications and Information Infrastructure Assistance Program (TIIAP) grant, "Creating an Information Technology Environment in a Rural Community"($340,716), K. Stenehjem, 1999
    ·  USDA REA grant for "Medstar" satellite communications network ($497,186.00), writing team, 1993 
     
  • Awards
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    Patriotic Employer Award, The National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), 2009
    ·  Health Sciences Communications Association Certificate of Recognition of a Valuable Contribution to the Administration and Program of the Association as Editor of the Association Newsletter, 1997
    ·  Health Sciences Communications Association Presidents Award, 1996
    ·  Departmental Excellence in Service Award, Fellows of University, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Dakota, 1989
    ·  McDermott Award, Excellence in Teaching and Service, Department of Industrial Technology, University of North Dakota, 1982