NDSU researchers take new approach in cancer fight
Vicky Westra rocks gently in her chair as a steady buzz cuts through the silence.
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Grad students conduct world-class research at NDSU
NDSU graduate students work alongside respected and renowned professors conducting world-class research. read more >
Field research helps grad students get ready for careers
NDSU graduate students can find their path to a rewarding and meaningful career through a variety of research projects that are tailored to specific career goals. read more >
NDSU students volunteer at NFL Draft
NDSU students get a feel for their future careers in and out of the classroom. read more >
Students attend entrepreneurship conference
NDSU’s College of Business students take their entrepreneurship studies seriously. Three students, for example, went to an entrepreneurship conference Oct. 3-5 in Santa Barbara, California. They...
Moos, Ewes and More set for Saturday
NDSU’s Department of Animal Sciences is set to host the ninth annual Moos, Ewes and More on Saturday, Oct. 27, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the NDSU Equine Center, located at 5140 19th Ave. N.
NDSU, Bank of North Dakota help area seniors celebrate College Application Month
University Distinguished Professor to discuss North Dakota during WWI
Tom Isern, University Distinguished Professor of history, is scheduled to present “Kaiser Bill in the Cow Pasture: The Great War at the Grassroots of North Dakota” Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at...
Finalists selected for NDSU Phi Kappa Phi Lectureship
Three NDSU faculty have been named finalists for the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Lectureship.
• Robert Brueggeman, associate professor of plant pathology and Charles J. Mode Endowed...