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Qwest Foundation Awards Bismarck State College with $10,000 for Teaching and Technology ConferenceBismarck, ND | Posted on February 22nd, 2007
"This grant provides a unique opportunity for Qwest to make a difference in the lives of North Dakota students and help inspired teachers do their important work," said Scott Macintosh, Qwest state president for North Dakota.
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