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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
Feb. 15, 2024

Marcel Roy Domalanta, a doctoral student in coatings and polymeric materials, was announced the champion of the NDSU Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis competition during the final round on Thursday, Feb. 15.

Marcel Roy Domalanta, doctoral student in coatings and polymeric materials
Feb. 12, 2024

Six graduate students are set for the final round of the NDSU Graduate School’s Three Minute Thesis Competition on Thursday, Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. in the Anishinaabe Theater of the Memorial Union. The finalists made it through the competition’s preliminary round where 38…

Dec. 22, 2023

NDSU graduate programs are receiving national recognition for having the best master’s programs in the state and country.

Dec. 18, 2023

Yejune Moon, an NDSU master’s degree student with Dr. Zhao Jin, won third place at the U.S. Wheat and Barley Scab Initiative’s 2023 National Fusarium Head Blight Forum in Cincinnati, Ohio, in December. Yejune’s winning poster was titled, "Matrix Effect in Quantitative…

A photo of NDSU student YeJune Moon and her poster
Dec. 7, 2023

It’s graduation season at North Dakota State University. As you get ready to walk the stage at commencement, be sure to grab some graduation shots across campus to commemorate your time at NDSU.

A student's family takes a picture during commencement
Dec. 6, 2023

As finals week approaches, NDSU students find solace and inspiration in their favorite spots on campus for focus and relaxation. Whether you’re looking for a new study spot or a place to decompress and take a brain break, here’s a list of some favorite spots on campus…

A photo of Churchill Field on the NDSU campus
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. This year, Kaylee Weigel, a microbiological sciences graduate student from Alexandria, Minnesota, is…

Homecoming t-shirt
Sept. 1, 2023

This year’s microbiological sciences fall seminar series will feature Kurt Dahlstrom, assistant professor of microbiology at the University of Georgia. Dahlstrom’s presentation, “How Do Microbes Choose Their Neighbors?” will be held in Van Es Hall room 101 on Friday,…