Food pantry aims to help NDSU students
The NDSU Food Insecurity Task Force recently secured a permanent spot for a full time, campus food pantry at the NDSU Bookstore in Memorial Union.
The pantry, named “Goods for the Herd,” is a...
Faculty member offers credit score advice in WalletHub story
Carrie Johnson, assistant professor and Extension personal and family finance specialist, is featured in an Oct. 28 WalletHub article, “2020’s States with the Highest and Lowest Credit Scores,” by...
Faculty member evaluates state pretrial pilot project
Andrew “A.J.” Myer, associate professor of criminal justice, has been awarded a contract to work with the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to evaluate the pretrial pilot...
NDSU pharmacy faculty receive grant to stem opioid misuse and accidental overdose in state
A faculty team at NDSU School of Pharmacy received a $284,000 grant award for a program to help stem opioid misuse and prevent accidental drug overdoses across North Dakota.
The one-year grant...
NDSU to launch mental health app
The NDSU Counseling Center and the President’s Council for Campus Wellbeing are set to launch WellTrack, a mental health and wellbeing application for students and the university community. An...