North Dakota Colleges Left in Cold Amid Energy Boom

North Dakota Colleges Left in Cold Amid Energy Boom Play

Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Horsley, a professor and head of the Plant Sciences Department at North Dakota State University, and Douglas Dawes, vice president for business affairs at Valley City State University, talk with Bloomberg's Jennifer Oldham about the condition of their school's facilities. As the biggest energy boom in North Dakota's history strains infrastructure, the state's 11 public universities face an $808 million maintenance backlog. (Source: Bloomberg)

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