NDSU to celebrate International Week
NDSU is set to celebrate International Week Feb. 26 through March 2. Many activities and events are planned during the week.
“I encourage students, faculty and staff to attend International Week...
Health, nutrition and exercise science department seeks research participants
The NDSU Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Science is seeking healthy individuals for research studies.
“We are conducting research to find out if certain proteins in foods or supplements...
Student-run 800 Cafe set to serve first lunch of semester
NDSU’s 800 Café is scheduled to serve its first lunch of the semester. The meal is set for Thursday, Feb. 22, and Friday, Feb. 23, in the Food Production Complex on the third floor of the Katherine K....
NDSU Battle of Cents-es fundraiser sets record for donations
NDSU Libraries hire new librarians
The NDSU Libraries has hired Susanne Caro as the new government information librarian and Al Bernardo as social sciences librarian.
Caro, originally from California, received her Master of Library...
Nursing faculty member named Nurse Educator of the Year
Abigail Vetter, assistant professor of practice in the NDSU School of Nursing, was named North Dakota Nurse Educator of the Year. She received the honor from the North Dakota Nursing Students’...
NDSU nursing students receive state awards
Aurora Obembe, a senior in the NDSU School of Nursing in Fargo, was named the North Dakota Student Nurse of the Year. She received the honor from the North Dakota Nursing Students’ Association at the...
Three Minute Thesis competition, Graduate Student Showcase to highlight graduate student research
More than 40 NDSU graduate students will present their research and vie for prize money in the annual Three Minute Thesis competition scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 22. The competition, sponsored by...
NDSU coordinating Lakota language revitalization event
The NDSU programs in anthropology and Tribal and Indigenous Peoples Studies, along with the Lakota Language Consortium, are organizing a special event about the preservation of the Lakota language.
Program to receive NDSU Diversity Impact Award
The Intensive English Language Program, under the coordination of Carol Bishop, is the recipient of the NDSU Diversity Impact Award.
The campus community is invited to celebrate this year’s honoree...