August 5, 2019 – Fargo, North Dakota – Angela MacAdams has been named as the director of the Allied Sciences Department in the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University.

MacAd...

Jaylee Mattis, a pre-Radiologic Sciences major, received 3rd place in the Everyday Writing category in the W-Challenge, a writing competition sponsored by the NDSU Writing Programs.  Jaylee’s winning...

The first NDSU graduating class in medical diagnostic sonography is 100% employed and achieved 100% pass rates on their national board exams. The program is the only one of its kind in North Dakota in...

Congratulations to NDSU’s Respiratory Care program in partnership with Sanford Medical Center-Fargo! The program is among a select group that will receive the Distinguished RRT Credentialing...

 The Students of Allied Sciences hosted their year-end celebration on Tuesday, April 16th.  Students enjoyed a meal together and had a chance to reflect on the year.  The Students of Allied Science...

Angeline Walswick’s favorite teachers were caring, compassionate and loved to teach. That same formula has helped Walswick become a well-respected and successful teacher at NDSU. 

Walswick is a...

SAS club recently participated in the Relay for Life event held on April 6 at Concordia College in Moorhead. It was truly a blessing to see and hear about how other teams fundraised as well as how...

Angeline Walswick’s favorite teachers were caring, compassionate and loved to teach. That same formula has helped Walswick become a well-respected and successful teacher at NDSU. 

Walswick teaches...

The Department of Allied Sciences took second place in the first annual College of Health Professions soup cook-off in support of United Way. 

Stacy Sime has been selected as the North Dakota State University College of Health Professions Distinguished Alumna for 2018. Sponsored by each of the colleges at the university, the NDSU...

The diagnostic medical sonography program provided to students through a partnership between North Dakota State University and Sanford Medical Center Fargo has received national accreditation.  The...

Students of Allied Sciences recently participated in a service project for Project Linus. Project Linus is a national organization with chapters in all 50 states and is a fun opportunity for...

 

 

A person might stereotypically expect a college graduate who majored in English to spend his spare time reading great literature. Doug Strand spent his spare time reading popular science books...

Laramie Johnson is thrilled to be able to stay in her hometown to pursue her passion for helping patients. She is among the first class enrolled in an enhanced radiologic sciences major at NDSU that...

The Students of Allied Sciences hosted their year-end banquet on Tuesday, April 11th.  The banquet serves as an opportunity for students to have a meal together and reflect on the year.  At the...

Students of Allied Sciences Club members supported the March for Babies on April 8th, raising both awareness and funds.  SAS members raised in excess of $250 before the walk through a bake sale and...

Health care professionals enter people’s lives during challenging times, at high points, and everything in-between. Learning how to interact with patients is among the many skills needed.

An elective...

Congratulations to allied sciences students who are taking the next step in preparing for their careers! Students in radiologic sciences, respiratory care and medical laboratory science will soon...

Congratulations and best wishes to the following 2016 Allied Sciences graduates:

 Radiologic Sciences

Derek Anderson, St. Bonifacius, MN
Emily Berg, Fargo, ND
Jenilee Bueling, Sheldon, ND
Marisol...

The Students of Allied Sciences organization participated in the NDSU Relay for Life April 29, 2016.  Prior to the event, the group raised money through a bake sale, clothing sales, and change...

The Students of Allied Sciences (S.A.S) hosted their end of year banquet on Tuesday, April 26.  The banquet provides an opportunity for the organization to celebrate another great year of involvement...

Congratulations to the NDSU/Sanford Respiratory Care Class of 2015!  Students receiving special honors at yesterday’s ceremony recognizing completion of the professional program internship were:...

On May 15, the Department of Allied Sciences and College of Health Professions hosted its scholarship and graduate recognition event for this year’s medical laboratory science, respiratory care, and...

The Students of Allied Sciences (S.A.S) hosted their end of year banquet on Tuesday, April 28.  The  banquet provides an opportunity for the organization to celebrate another great year of...

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