NDSU students win honors at Phi Beta Lambda state conference
NDSU College of Business students won several awards at the Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Conference held March 22-23 in Bismarck, North Dakota.
NDSU students earned five first place awards and…
Innovation Challenge luncheon set for April 2
The NDSU Research and Technology Park is scheduled to host the Innovation Challenge awards luncheon Tuesday, April 2, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Fargodome. There will be a short program,…
NDSU Public Health Week events announced
Presentations and events on a range of topics will be featured during NDSU’s Public Health Week, scheduled for April 1-5.
Most lectures and events can be viewed live through Facebook.
Librarians hold workshop at NDSU
Close to 80 regional librarians gathered on the NDSU campus March 28 for the Association of College and Research Libraries Assessment in Action workshop. The workshop, held at the Harry D. McGovern…
Faculty Lecture to focus on technology, environmental pollution
Chad Ulven, professor and associate chair of mechanical engineering, has been selected to present the 2019 Faculty Lectureship, one of the oldest and most prestigious of NDSU’s awards.
NDSU graduate student group hosts symposium
The NDSU Plant Sciences Graduate Student Association hosted the 35th annual Plant Science Graduate Student Symposium March 15-16. A total of 40 graduate students studying plant sciences, plant…
NDSU computer science professors work to diversify the field
Women have been underrepresented in computer science for decades. Professors Simone Ludwig and Jen Li are part of a strong group of women leaders at North Dakota State University working to grow…
Inspiring Teacher: Kate Tulibaski, lecturer
Kate Tulibaski teaches and advises in NDSU’s College of Business. Her students learn about organizational communication, behavior and leadership. They create board games to creatively apply course…
NDSU event to honor late alumnus, architect
The NDSU Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture is set to host a special event honoring late alumnus Denby Deegan, an accomplished Native American architect.
The event, “Denby Deegan,…
Faculty member excels in Greek landscape architecture competition
Anna Maria Vissilia, NDSU assistant professor of landscape architecture, recently earned fourth place in an architectural competition for a proposal titled “Study of Unification of points of Interest…