College of Engineering News
Published July 17, 2018
NDSU is hosting the third International Symposium on Materials from Renewables July 17-18 on the NDSU campus. The event is co-organized by faculty at NDSU and the University of Georgia. The event will explore aspects of research related to the use of renewable, natural materials, including applications in all fields of science and engineering.
Published June 29, 2018
Zhili “Jerry” Gao, associate professor, has been appointed chair of the NDSU Department of Construction Management and Engineering. He has served as interim chair of the department since January 2017.
Published June 21, 2018
The science of sleep is big business, and Isnala Nanjin Roan Eagle has his own ideas on how to build a better mattress.
Published June 18, 2018
More than a dozen outstanding NDSU engineering students have earned scholarships from the Associated General Contractors of North Dakota.
Published June 14, 2018
Jayse McLean, a redshirt junior outfielder, has a 4.00 GPA as a mechanical engineering major and was recently named to the Google Cloud Academic All-America First Team. He led the Bison with seven home runs and was fourth in the league in both runs and home runs.
Published June 6, 2016
David Grewell has been named the chair of the NDSU Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and awarded a Walter B. Booth Distinguished Professorship.
Published June 4, 2018
“It’s all about expanding horizons for students,” explained Robert Pieri, professor in mechanical engineering at NDSU and long-time advocate, as he talked about the effect of the Nurturing American Tribal Undergraduate Research and Education, or NATURE, program.
Published May 30, 2018
A new study has ranked the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree from the NDSU Department of Construction Management and Engineering as one of the nation’s best values.
Published May 30, 2018
NDSU distance runner Elliott Stone, who is from Bismarck, North Dakota, owns a 4.0 cumulative GPA with a major in mechanical engineering and has been named to the Google Cloud Academic All-District 6 team in Division I men’s track and field and cross country.
Published May 29, 2018
The NDSU Research and Creative Activity Office has announced various funding for fiscal 2018, including a Seed Funding program, NDSU EXPLORE Undergraduate Research Awards, Research Support Services, Research Development Travel Awards, Mentorship Travel Awards and equipment repair.
Published May 24, 2018
c2renew, co-founded by mechanical engineering professor Chad Ulven, is expanding and moving to its manufacturing location to streamline the workflow in the creation of materials made of agricultural waste products.
Published May 17, 2018
U.S. Sen. John Hoeven recently visited with researchers at the NDSU Office of Research and Creative Activity to learn about initiatives at NDSU and their connection to Department of Defense funding.
Published May 14, 2018
Ryan Swanson started hosting robotics camps to earn a little extra money over the summer. It was supposed to be a temporary gig, but now the company he created at NDSU could become his full-time job and inspire a whole new generation of engineers.
Seth Rasmussen, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has reached a significant milestone in his research career.
The North Dakota State College of Science and NDSU have entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to better serve the research, service, educational and workforce needs of North Dakota.
High school students from Antler, Dunseith, Fargo, Aberdeen, Hawley and other communities in the region are using their summer to find their potential in pursuing health care professions.
Todd West, NDSU professor of plant sciences, is looking to help create a Freeman maple that will thrive in North Dakota and the Northern Plains region of the U.S.
The Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research in North Dakota, known as ND EPSCoR, has added staff to the recently created state office, housed in the NDSU Research and Technology Park.
NDSU cereal science master’s student Jane Snelling was selected to participate in the Institute of Food Technologists Student Association 2018 Global Challenge in Chicago during July.
Harlene Hatterman-Valenti loves to savor dry, red wines. And since 2011, the NDSU researcher has been on a quest to produce the perfect grape for winemakers of the northern Great Plains.
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education has granted approval to fundraise up to $37.2 million for a new NDSU indoor practice facility.
The focus was on the writing skills of NDSU students during the third annual W-Challenge’s end-of-the-year celebration and awards presentation May 1.
Robert Brueggeman, NDSU associate professor and agricultural research scientist, was appointed Wednesday to a newly-established professorship within the College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources.
The Office of Admission will host two Summer Visit Day events for prospective NDSU students July 20 and August 10.
NDSU graduate student Kurt Williams and senior Anna Renner recently were awarded 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program grants.
NDSU and Dakota State University, Madison, South Dakota, are teaming up to present the state’s first GenCyber camp, scheduled for June 25-29 on the NDSU campus.
President Dean L. Bresciani, Provost Beth Ingram and the NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association invite the campus community to the Celebration of Faculty Excellence, scheduled for Thursday, May 10, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains room.
The annual Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award is set to be presented during a ceremony Friday, May 4, at 3 p.m. in the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center. The honor recognizes the person at NDSU who most helps to create a welcoming and happy atmosphere on campus.
Winners of the 2018 Innovation Challenge were announced at an awards luncheon April 17. The annual competition features new, unique or re-imagined products and services developed by NDSU students.
Researchers in the pharmaceutical sciences lab of Amanda Brooks, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, have developed a method to improve the production of synthetic silk fibers.
Michael M. Miller, Germans from Russia Heritage Collection director, and Jeremy Kopp, special collections associate, will lead the 22nd Journey to the Homeland Tour to Germany and Odessa, Ukraine, scheduled for May 16-26.
The Graduate Student Council is set to host the second annual NDSU Graduate Research Symposium on Friday, April 6, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Great Plains Room of the Memorial Union.
Chris Boerboom, NDSU Extension Service director, has announced his retirement effective July 2.
Provost Beth Ingram has been named to the Association of Chief Academic Officers board of directors. Her term runs through March 2021.
NDSU has been recognized with 2017 Tree Campus USAhonors by the Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management.