Godfrey Tadeo has designed a refugee center and small business incubator in Fargo for his master's degree thesis in architecture with his advisor Prof. Ganapathy Mahalingam in the Dept of Architecture…

Please join me in celebrating the great work of our undergraduate and graduate researchers today and their faculty mentors.

There is still time to catch the undergrad poster session going on now. The…

The NDSU Press has received a $15,000 grant from the Literary Arts Emergency Fund, which is administered by the Academy of American Poets, the Community of Literary Magazine and Presses and the…

Picture of all the award winners attached - photo credit NDSU Challey School of Music

FARGO, N.D. - The North Dakota State University Challey School of Music hosted the state's annual National…

Dr. Catherine Kingsley Westerman, Dept. of Communication, was inducted into the NDSU hall of Fulbright Scholars. Her goal to travel to teach, study, and conduct research in Seoul, South Korea is a…

Dr. Ganapathy Mahalingam received a grant from the Dakota Digital Academy in the state of North Dakota to develop and teach a course on App Development for the Design Professions this summer. The…

John K. Cox, a literary translator and NDSU professor of history, philosophy and religious studies, recently won the Serbian PEN Center award for the best translator of Serbian literature in 2021. The…

The Northern Plains Ethics Institute Lecture by Dr. Stanley Fish

The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution will be examined in “The First: How to Think about Hate Speech, Campus Speech, Religious…

Dr. Ganapathy Mahalingam, Professor | Department of Architecture art exhibit, Algorithmic Art, now on display at the Flakoll Gallery in Renaissance Hall. The show will be on display from March 28 to…

Dr. Ganapathy Mahalingam's great new book A Guide to the Design Thesis in Architecture is an accessible and easy to understand guide for graduate students who must complete a design thesis project.…

Dr. Holly Hassel’s great new co-authored book: Materiality and Writing Studies Aligning Labor, Scholarship, and Teaching

This work takes an expansive look at the discipline of writing studies,…

The NDSU Press is scheduled to host its seventh annual Press Party Thursday, March 3, at 7 p.m. via ZoomRegistration is required.

“This year’s celebration includes well known authors from North…

In celebration of the 2022 Women's History Month and its theme of "Providing Healing, Promoting Hope," NDSU's Women and Gender Studies Program is hosting "A Conversation with Chanel Miller" as part of…

Where: Flakoll Gallery Renaissance Hall, 650 Northern Pacific Ave, Fargo, ND 58102.
When: October 25–November 5, 2021. 8:30 am - 5: pm daily
Thanks to the NDSU Library, Regional Archives, and the…

Governor Doug Burgum declared October as Arts and Humanities Month for North Dakota. In 2020 he signed the proclamation recognizing that "the arts and humanities enhance and enrich the lives of all…

Monday, October 11, 202110:00 am to 8:00 pm

website: https://www.indgns.org/fargo-moorhead-indigenous-peoples-day-2021.html

Here is a list of activities and zoom links:

Join us for a full day of…

The Dept. of Criminal Justice had its 2021 Career Day with regional and local Law Enforcement and allied fields. It had a large turnout of students seeking internships, job opportunities, and…

The College is proud to announce that Dr. Dan Pemstein, Dept. of Political Science and Public Policy, was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation for $737,487. Dr. Pemstein is the…

 

On Wednesday, March 3, 2021, from 6pm-7:30pm, NDSU's WGS program and History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies Department will host a Women's History Month event. The program is virtual and free to…

An NDSU alumnus has an up-close look as history is made in Washington, D.C.

John Wells, BS’ 16, public history, is a National Park Service guide with the National Mall and Memorial Parks Division of…

Public Lecture

What it is like to be black? – Toward a naming, genealogy, and epistemology of (the intractable) anti-black racism

Dr. David Augustin Hodge

Dr. Hodge currently serves as Associate…

NDSU students involved with the Fargo History Project are set to introduce three websites they have developed with historical content. They are scheduled to present their work on Monday, Dec. 14, at 7…

Students use tiny printing press to make big impact with traveling art kits
Students in an art education methods class at North Dakota State University are working on a traveling art project centered…

A recent NDSU graduate is already making her mark in the field of emergency management. Only three years after earning her doctorate, Samantha Montano, MS ’14, PhD ’17, emergency management, has…

Please join the Visual Arts Department in welcoming fine art photographer Please join the Visual Arts Department in welcoming fine art photographer R.J. Kern for a visiting artists presentation.

When…

Please join us to celebrate FM Indigenous Peoples Day Opening Ceremony. Oct 12. MONDAY AT 10 AM CDT – 11 AM CDT Live Stream:


LiveStream Here


Join us for a livestream of this year’s Indigenous…

Kwame Anthony Appiah will present Understanding "Racisms" and Racialism followed by a moderated conversation for the Learning the Language of Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion Speaker Series. The…

2020 Red River Women's Studies Conference

When: Friday, October 23, 2020

Where: Online. See WGS event page for details.

This year's theme is "Imperfect History" to mark the 100th anniversary of the…

AHSS has two of your faculty members awarded the distinction as The Nice Center Entrepreneurship Fellows this fall! Congratulations to Meghan Duda, Dept. of Visual Arts and Ganapathy Mahalingam, Dept.…

Lecture title: “Yellow Wolf: A National Park Service Superintendent’s Story,”When: Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.mWhere: Minard Hall rm 230more information

When: February 5 through March 11 
Where; NDSU Beckworth Recital Hall
Free Admission and Free Parking

Click here for schedule and details!

The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, in coordination with the Departments of Emergency Management, Political Science, and Criminal Justice, are pleased to announce a new transfer…

Please Join Us for a Double Feature!

What: Two short films about early 20th century local history (30 minutes total, plus Q &A)

  • I Plan to Vote with My Daughters: The Story of Women’s Suffrage…

Showcase of Student Writing

When: Monday, December 9, 10:00am to 2:00pm,

Where: NDSU, Great Plains Ballroom, Memorial Union

Students across disciplines display and discuss their academic,…

Community Engagement Panel 3

When: Friday, November 8, 12 to 12:50pm,

Where: NDSU, Century Theater Memorial Union

Panelists: Fargo City Commissioner John Strand, Moorhead Mayor Johnathan Judd,…

The College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences, in coordination with the Departments of Emergency Management, Political Science, and Criminal Justice, are pleased to announce a new transfer…

I had a remarkable day. I shadowed Chad Blank, AES Plant Science student and Executive Commissioner of Finance for the NDSU Student Government. I learned about aphids in Entomology 350 class, had…

The departments of Emergency Management and English are pleased to co-sponsor a talk by MA English graduate student, Mike Bittner.  Celebrate the 80th year of Batman’s history by attending this…

Please join our College and NDSU at the SHAC for a big and important announcement.
When: Oct. 10th at 4:15 pm
Where: Sanford Health Athletic Complex, NDSU Campus
Everyone is invited.
:https://www.youtube.…

Please stop by the NDSU booth and chat with faculty and advisors about great careers in our College.

When: Oct 2nd from 9 am to 8 pm and Oct. 3rd 9 am- 12 pm.

Register here if you have done so: http…

The new facility will house the Bison Information Network, KNDS Radio and The Spectrum student newspaper. For the first time, all three student-run entities will be in one location, which will promote…

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Welcome to our new students.  Please join us on Monday August 26th for AHSS Welcome Meeting in Hill 112 at 10:00 – 10:20 am. This is followed by Department presentations for your major 10:20-11:45…

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