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home to nine departments, 1,775 students and 150 faculty/staff.
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The College of Science and Mathematics prepares NDSU graduates to be part of it all – working in this country and abroad in a wide spectrum of science and mathematics fields. Our graduates today serve in diversity of fields: top executives in chemical and biotechnology companies, computer scientists for major technology companies (e.g., Microsoft in Fargo), physicists for NASA, physicians and health specialists, and exploration geologists at sites across the Americas.
Cancer prevention expert to speak at NDSU
27 March 2015
A researcher whose laboratory discovered a crucial link in establishing secondhand smoke as a lung carcinogen in nonsmokers is scheduled to speak at NDSU. Stephen S. Hecht, Wallin Professor of...
Statisticians set seminars to discuss NCAA tournaments
11 March 2015
NDSU statisticians have scheduled two seminars to help shed some light on how teams will perform in the upcoming NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments. “Analyzing NCAA Basketball Games –...
Biological sciences seminar to examine wildlife ecology
05 March 2015
The NDSU Department of Biological Sciences is scheduled to present "How Seasonal Camouflage Hides Animals while Revealing Mysteries of Climate Change," a presentation by L. Scott Mills from the...
NDSU teams earn bronze level at physics competition
04 March 2015
Two student teams from the Department of Physics ranked at the level of Bronze Medal during the fifth annual University Physics Competition Nov. 14-16. The competition is an international contest for...
Recipients named for Odney, Waldron, Peltier, Mentoring awards
03 March 2015
Four NDSU faculty members will receive prestigious university honors. Adnan Akyüz, professor of climatological practices and North Dakota state climatologist, will be honored with the Odney Award;...