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Sept. 21, 2023

This summer, Kristen Fellows, NDSU assistant professor of anthropology, and John Creese, NDSU associate professor of anthropology, ran field schools.

The project is supporting Tribal land restoration projects and cultural revitalization programming through an innovative, collaborative approach to the survey and documentation of historic sites on the Red Cliff reservation in northern Wisconsin.
Sept. 21, 2023

The annual NDSU homecoming tradition is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, alumni and community members to reconnect with campus and celebrate the university.

Homecoming t-shirt
Sept. 19, 2023

Amy Gore, an assistant professor of English at NDSU, has been invited by the Grolier Club to give a lecture on her forthcoming monograph, “Book Anatomy: Body Politics and the Materiality of Indigen

“Book Anatomy: Body Politics and the Materiality of Indigenous Book History.”
Sept. 18, 2023

The NDSU mathematics department will host the 26th annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., in the STEM Building, room 300.

Sept. 13, 2023

The AI and The Humanities seminar, hosted by the Northern Plains Ethics Institute, School of Humanities and Colleges of Arts and Sciences is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m.

Anne Denton, NDSU professor of computer science, is slated to present “Artist or Geek: What is Artificial Intelligence and How Will It Impact Us?”
Sept. 7, 2023

In Ryan McGrath’s lab, NDSU undergraduate students get advanced research experience working with the aging population of North Dakota.

Healthy Aging Lab
Aug. 28, 2023

NDSU’s master of public policy program, launched in 2022, provides rigorous training that meets regional, national an

Photo of Master of Public Policy students
Aug. 28, 2023

Northern Plains Ethics Institute is scheduled to host an AI and The Humanities seminar featuring North Dakota University System Chancellor Mark R.

Poster of Artificial Intelligence seminar speaker