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  • NDSU project gives mathematicians a historical perspective

    It’s a mathematician’s glimpse of the past, and, perhaps, a connection with greatness.

    The Mathematics Genealogy Project, a service managed by the NDSU Department of Mathematics in association with…

  • Animal sciences associate professor dies

    David L. “Doc” Berryhill, 67, associate professor of animal sciences, died on Sunday, June 26. Berryhill earned his bachelor’s degree in biology from Simpson College, Indianola, Iowa, in 1966 and his…

  • Meat scientists attend national meeting

    Several faculty, staff and graduate students from the animal sciences department attended the American Meat Science Association 64th Reciprocal Meat Conference June 19-22 at Kansas State University,…

  • Transportation students receive scholarships

    The Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute awarded five scholarships to outstanding NDSU juniors and seniors with an interest in transportation.

    The Paul E. R. Abrahamson Transportation…

  • Human Development and Education faculty showcase work

    Several College of Human Development and Education faculty and students gave presentations or had research published.


    Yeong Rhee, associate professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences,…

  • Professor publishes research about writers and translators

    Bruce Maylath, professor of English, published the article, “Field Convergence Between Technical Writers and Technical Translators,” in the June issue of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics…

  • National Theta Chi publication features NDSU chapter

    Theta Chi fraternity at NDSU received national recognition for their outstanding volunteerism during Fargo’s spring floods by being featured in the fraternity’s national alumnus publication, The…

  • Senior Whitney Carlson named to Academic All-America team

    NDSU senior Whitney Carlson was named to the 2011 Capital One Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country Academic All-America First Team June 23, by a vote of the College Sports Information Directors of…

  • NDSU student-athletes make Summit League Commissioner's List

    NDSU had 115 athletes in 12 sports make the Summit League’s 2010-11 Commissioner’s List of Academic Excellence. Overall, a total of 1,077 student-athletes from all 19 league-sponsored sports were…

  • Members sought for new Equity and Diversity Advisory Council

    NDSU’s Division of Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach is seeking members for a new council, which will provide information and advice on issues of equity and diversity. Administrators, faculty,…





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