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April 17, 2024

NDSU students raised a record $11,178.94 during the 13th annual Battle of the Cents-es. The fundraising competition, held April 8 through April 10, pits student ambassadors from the College of Engineering against student ambassadors from the College of Health and Human…

High school student Dawson VanSickle
April 16, 2024

Even with the busyness that comes with being a full-time college student, Aidan Gallagher, a freshman social work and human development and family science major at NDSU, finds the time to volunteer three hours a week at the Sanford Medical Center.

Photo of NDSU student Aidan Gallagher
April 11, 2024

NDSU Student Research Days is a two-day event dedicated to providing NDSU graduate and undergraduate students an opportunity to present their research and creative works. The event was held on April 9 and 10. Top student presentations were awarded in both oral and…

Photo of student at NDSU Student Research Days
April 4, 2024

For those wanting to enter the rewarding field of nursing or further their careers, NDSU’s School of Nursing at Sanford Health in Bismarck offers high-quality education with a personalized and caring approach.

Several NDSU nursing students in Bismarck
April 2, 2024

Middle schoolers in sixth through eighth grade are invited to attend “Jedi Genetics: Exploring genetics through a Star Wars lens,” from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 13 in NDSU’s Aldevron Tower, room 350.

April 1, 2024

Several activities are scheduled on campus at NDSU from April 2-5 to celebrate public health week, including a featured speaker. Author Dineo Dowd will focus on prioritizing women’s health through outdoor activities. Dowd’s presentation, “Wild Wellness: empowering…

Author Dineo Dowd
March 25, 2024

The 13th Battle of the Cents-es fundraiser will benefit Dawson VanSickle, a Red River High School student diagnosed with a rare bone cancer last year. The annual competition between NDSU student ambassadors from the College of Health and Human Sciences and College of…

Dawson VanSickle, a Red River High School student
March 14, 2024

Turning around to go back to retrieve a water bottle that she forgot delayed a road trip and placed Emily Kunkel (NDSU BSN ’21) in the right place at the right time. She was driving from her work as a nurse in Minneapolis to visit family in North Dakota.

Emily Kunkel (NDSU BSN ’21)
March 13, 2024

The NDSU student-run 800 Café is set to feature a Ratatouille-themed lunch on Thursday, March 21, in room 312 of the Katherine K. Burgum Family Life Center and will include some special “ratty” guests.