Burgum fills 2 seats on state Board of Higher Education
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum has reappointed Nick Hacker to the state Board of Higher Education and named Timothy Mihalick to fill the remaining term of a board member who quit.
Hacker, of Bismarck, will serve another four-year term. He has been on the board since 2015 and is currently vice chair of the group.
Mihalick, of Minot, will fill out the term of Greg Stemen, who left the board in September. That terms ends on June 30.
The board has eight voting members appointed by the governor, including one student, and two non-voting members who represent faculty and staff. The board oversees the system’s 11 public colleges and universities.