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  • North Dakota University System plans diversity conference

    Members of the NDSU community are invited to attend the 2010 North Dakota University System Diversity Conference on Thursday, April 22, at the Best Western Doublewood Inn Hotel in Bismarck, N.D. The…

  • Online archive preserves North Dakota's historical content

    Significant historical content related to Fargo-Moorhead, and more broadly to North Dakota and Minnesota, is available for research and public use through Digital Horizons, the…

  • April Science Cafe examines 'Brain Research at NDSU'

    We see, hear and feel effortlessly, but it is not clear how our brain orchestrates all these inputs and combines them into objects. Wolfgang Teder, North Dakota State…

  • Association of the Blind plans Walk-a-Thon

    The annual "Walk for Vision," which helps support the work of North Dakota Association of the Blind, is scheduled for Saturday, May 1, at 9 a.m. at the Bison Sports Arena. …

  • Next Walk ND Challenge begins April 11

    The NDSU Extension Service‚Äôs Walk North Dakota Challenge starts on April 11 and concludes June 5. The program challenges participants to walk 200 miles during the eight-week period. Participants can…

  • NDSU students named finalists in Pave the Way challenge

    NDSU senior interior design students Ashley Hansen and Amanda Weigelt were among 12 finalists competing in the Pave the Way 3D Design Challenge for college students in store design, interior design,…

  • Lawnmower, snow blower clinic set

    The Agricultural Systems Management Club and the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers have scheduled a lawnmower and snow blower clinic on Monday, April 26, at 4 p.m. in the…

  • Froelich receives FORWARD Leadership Development Award

    Karen Froelich, associate professor in the Department of Management and Marketing and director of the master of business administration program in the College of Business, was awarded a FORWARD…

  • Leap Lab Renovation Grants available from FORWARD

    FORWARD is accepting requests for proposals for Leap Lab Renovation Grants intended to help female Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) faculty improve lab infrastructure as a means…

  • Local author to appear at NDSU Bookstore at Cityscapes

    Author W. Scott Olsen will sign copies of his latest book, "Never Land: Adventures, Wonder and One World Record in a Very Small Plane," on Tuesday, April 13, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the NDSU…





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North Dakota State University
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