Challey School of Music students shine during singing competition
NDSU music students and alumni had a strong showing during the recent Minnesota National Association of Teachers of Singing competition. Nine students were finalists in their divisions; five won...
Fellowships awarded to top NDSU graduate students
The NDSU College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies has awarded five fellowships to outstanding students for spring semester.
The fellowships provide $2,500 per month plus $2,500 for travel...
North Dakota students earn regional writing awards
The NDSU Red River Valley Writing Project and Plains Art Museum have announced the regional award recipients of the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Presented by the Alliance for Young Artists...
10 fun things to do in Fargo-Moorhead this winter
Fargo-Moorhead is famous for its memorable winter season. Locals and visitors love to swap tales of extreme weather and outdoor adventures. But the truth is the average winter high temperature...
Inspiring Teacher: James Caton, assistant professor of agribusiness and applied economics
NDSU professor James Caton challenges students to explore the unfamiliar.
James Caton describes himself as “a teacher who has spent his life in pursuit of understanding.”
That’s a perspective he...
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
NDSU is set to hold a special Martin Luther King Jr. Day event via Zoom on Monday, Jan. 18, from noon to 2 p.m.
“Please join us in recognizing and honoring the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. for a...
NDSU researchers publish work on bio-based replacements to fossil fuel plastics
Dean Webster, professor and chair of coatings and polymeric materials; Mukund Sibi, University Distinguished Professor of chemistry and biochemistry; and NDSU chemistry and biochemistry doctoral...
NDSU Extension program works to prevent opioid misuse
NDSU Extension has partnered with South Dakota State University Extension to provide services that prevent opioid misuse in rural communities, particularly in the farming and ranching industry. The...
'What is it like to be Black?' virtual presentation to be held at NDSU
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU and the YWCA Cass Clay are scheduled to host a Zoom presentation by David Augustin Hodge Sr., associate director of education for the National Center for...
Career and Advising Center to use hybrid format for spring semester
This Career Fair photo was taken prior to the pandemic.
For spring semester, the NDSU Career and Advising Center will continue to work in a hybrid format, offering services both virtually and in...