Students are at the center of hands-on learning at NDSU.
These are just a few examples from current students’ experiences.
Saving the bees is the focus of grad student's research
NDSU graduate students work alongside respected and renowned professors conducting world-class research. The advanced education develops highly-skilled and innovative leaders who have higher job security and lifetime earnings.
Heather North, a student in the biological sciences doctoral program, is working on a project looking to determine whether commonly-used pesticides have helped decimate the world’s honey bee population by negatively affecting a drone’s ability to mate with the queen. She works with Julia Bowsher, associate professor of biological sciences.
NDSU cybersecurity teams compete nationally
Students can join any of NDSU’s more than 300 organizations or clubs to apply classroom knowledge in a real-world setting.
NDSU students redesign local park
Students learn by doing at NDSU. Their work often takes the form of solving real-world problems.
Hands-on research for hands-off driving
NDSU students work on research projects using cutting-edge technology, making them desirable to potential employers.