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  • Second NDSU presidential candidate holds open forum

    Today, NDSU presidential candidate Dr. Gary Miller, Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs and Research at Witchita State University, will hold an open forum for campus…

  • Four inducted into tapestry

    Four members of the NDSU community will be inducted into the 2010 Tapestry of Diverse Talents at a ceremony on Friday, May 7, at noon in Memorial Union Century Theater.

    Canan Bilen-Green, professor…

  • Sublett article published overseas

    Associate professor of music Virginia Sublett’s article, “Vibrato or Non-Vibrato in Solo and Choral Singing: Is There Room for Both?” appeared in the February 2010 journal, Vox Humana.


  • Strand solo exhibit on display

    Michael Strand, department head of NDSU Visual Arts, was invited to create a solo exhibition at the Museum of Nebraska Art in Kearney, Neb. The exhibit, “Mantra,” will be on display until July 2.


  • ND EPSCoR helps fund SciFinder Scholar

    The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR) has allocated $21,700 to assist NDSU Libraries in funding SciFinder Scholar for the NDSU research community in…

  • Print and Copy Services introduces Web site and online submission

    Print and Copy Services has a new Web site to serve NDSU. At, customers can learn about services available; and prices for standard materials, including letterhead, envelopes…

  • NDSU communicators win awards

    Several NDSU communications professionals received awards in the North Dakota Professional Communicators’ 2009-10 communications contest.

    The awards were presented April 24 during the organization’s…

  • NDSU music students recognized

    Erin Oberlander, music graduate student, will have an article published in the September/October 2010 issue of the Journal of Singing. The article, “Premenstrual Syndrome and Its Effects on Laryngeal…

  • Namkung exhibit on display in Memorial Union Gallery

    Michael Namkung, 2010 James Rosenquist Artist in Residence, has planned an exhibit at the Memorial Union Gallery from May 5-14. An artist reception is scheduled for Thursday, May 6, from 4:30 p.m. to…

  • Kapplinger prints on display

    Kent Kapplinger, associate professor of visual arts, will display two prints in “Prolific Impressions: Printmaking Now,” May 8-23 at the climate/gallery LLC in Long Island, N.Y. The artwork includes…








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