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Campus Events for Graduate Students

Friday, March 31
3:00 p.m.
Sudro 24

Speaker: Dr. Marinus L. Otte
              Professor, Biological Sciences
              Editor-in-Chief, WETLANDS-Wet Ecosystems Research Group

Free and open to the public. For information about the speaker: https://www.ndsu.edu/werg/

Greenbag Seminar: Do ZnO Nanoparticles and Carbon Nanotubes Affect Plant Growth and Nutrient Uptake?

Tuesday, March 28
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Hannah Erdmann, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Thursday, March 30
1:00 p.m.
Quentin Burdick Building (QBB) 150D 

This workshop will provide an in-depth overview of the Disquisition Review Process, to include:

  • Submission requirements (what needs to be turned in to start the review process).
  • What the Disquisition Processor looks for in a review.
  • A discussion of the most commonly found formatting errors.
  • Resources available to the student.

This workshop is highly recommended for students intending to graduate this semester.

Greenbag Seminars: “North Dakota Agricultural Land Conversion: A Spatial Simultaneous Equation Approach”

Tuesday, April 4
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Nazea Khan Chowdhury, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Wednesday, April 5
2:00-3:00 p.m.
Century Theater-MU

Registration Required

Join us for this FREE presentation by Eric Mazur, Ph.D., Harvard Professor and internationally recognized education innovator and developer of the Peer Instruction learning model.  This presentation is open to anyone interested in education innovation. Register early as this presentation is limited to the first 300 registered individuals. 

 

 

Where Has A Century of Monolingualism Got Us?


Thursday, April 6
7:00 pm
Century Theater - MU
A reception will follow the lecture.  Registration by April 3 is appreciated but not required. 

Dr. Bruce Maylath is NDSU’s director of Upper-Division Writing and co-founder and coordinator of the Trans-Atlantic and Pacific Project, a network linking writing, usability testing and translation classes at 28 universities in 15 countries. He joined the NDSU faculty in 2007, and teaches courses in linguistics and international technical writing.  

The Faculty Lectureship, one of the oldest and most prestigious of the University’s awards, recognizes sustained professional excellence in teaching, scholarly achievement, and service among current faculty at NDSU. The Faculty Lectureship is conferred on an individual who has demonstrated excellence in all three areas.

Chasing the Dragon: The Life of an Opiote Addict

Greenbag Seminar: Sex-Specific Differences in Preparation for Breeding in Songbirds

Tuesday, April 11
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Katie Needham, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminar: "Telomere Dynamics in House Sparrows: Sperm, Paternal Effects and Fitness”

Tuesday, April 18
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Room of Nations-MU

Speakers: Aurelia Kucera, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050

Greenbag Seminar: Soil Heating and Drying among Conservation Tillage Practices in Frigid Corn-Soybean Fields

Tuesday, April 25
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Mandan Room-MU

Speakers: Rashad Alghamdi, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Greenbag Seminar: Evaluating the Causes of Channel Widening in Minnesota's Riverine Systems

Tuesday, May 2
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Mandan Room-MU

Speakers: Chuong Le, graduate student

Greenbag Seminars are sponsored by the Environmental and Conservation Sciences Graduate Program. For more information, visit the Environmental and Conservation Sciences webpage or contact Craig Stockwell, professor and program director at 231-6050.

Saturday, May 13
10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., FARGODOME

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