NORTH DAKOTA COMPASS
-June 2016-
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Carol is passionate about risk ownership and responsible risk management and views it as an obligation of both individual citizens and the structures that serve them (e.g., government, business, non-profit, social organizations, etc.). In this article, she highlights a research study on impacts of oil drilling and production on the emergency management function in North Dakota that she conducted as a part of her Advanced Business Continuity course with students.  This timely and relevant study report has been distributed to North Dakota Governor Dalrymple and North Dakota legislators and remains available online at ndsu.edu/emgt/projects.
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Test Yourself. 
Changes in population are the result of births, deaths, and migration of people into and out of a community and have implications on important community components such as the job market, housing, and educational system. Although population growth is somewhat slowing for many North Dakota communities, Watford City's population continues to grow and had the largest annual percent growth among major cities in North Dakota. 
 
What was the annual percent change for the population of Watford City from 2014 to 2015? 



The North Dakota graduation rate for students obtaining a bachelor's degree showed a three percent increase from 2012 to 2013 (47.1% compared to 50.0%, respectively). Although this rate increase is positive, North Dakota continues to lag behind the United States in the percentage of those students who graduated at a 4-year institution within six years. Read more.
Know What's New.
HEALTH
By county (map)
By county (ranking)
By metropolitan status
By planning region
By metropolitan area - NEW!
By metropolitan and micropolitan areas
 
By county (map)
By county (ranking)
By metropolitan status
By planning region
By metropolitan area - NEW!
By metropolitan and micropolitan areas

DEMOGRAPHICS
By towns and cities
By cities (annual percent change)

EARLY CHILDHOOD
By race
By poverty status

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