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  • December Science Cafe looks at the impact of nostalgia

    Nostalgia was for centuries considered a psychological disease and an unhealthy fixation that prevented people from living in the present. However, an NDSU psychologist has uncovered evidence that…

  • NDSU professor's art to be displayed in Texas

    Kim Bromley, NDSU professor of painting, is scheduled to have an original art piece on display as part of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center 2013 9”x12” Works on Paper Show Dec. 6-27 in Fort Worth,…

  • Tapestry of Diverse Talents induction set

    The Tapestry of Diverse Talents induction ceremony is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 13, at noon in the Memorial Union Century Theater.

    The tapestry, a Memorial Union program, is a pictorial mosaic that…

  • Animal sciences professor named vice president of selenium research society

    Joel Caton, professor of animal sciences, has been named vice president of the newly formed International Society for Selenium Research. He will serve in that position for the next two years.

    The…

  • Temple Grandin to speak at Extension event in Mandan

    Internationally known livestock-handling facilities designer Temple Grandin is scheduled to speak in Mandan, N.D., on Jan. 14, 2014, as a part of the Winter Workshop at the Best Western Seven Seas…

  • Biologically effective grazing management workshop scheduled

    A biologically effective pasture and harvested forage management workshop is scheduled for Tuesday through Thursday, Jan. 7-9, 2014, at the NDSU Dickinson Research Extension Center.

    Ranchers and land…

  • NDSU student named University Innovation Fellow

    NDSU junior Andrew Dalman has been selected for the prestigious University Innovation Fellow program through the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation. Dalman, son of John and Mary…

  • NDSU joins pilot program to improve student performance

    NDSU is one of 12 institutions selected to take part in a pilot program aimed at improving student success, retention and completion rates. The John N. Gardner Institute for Excellence in…

  • NDSU pork processing workshop scheduled

    NDSU’s Department of Animal Sciences has scheduled a pork processing workshop Dec. 6-7 at the NDSU Meat Laboratory.

    “This course will cover all steps from slaughter to processing, including sausage…

  • VPIT/CIO search discontinued

    Provost Bruce Rafert has announced that the search process for the Vice President of Information Technology/CIO has been discontinued. Interim Vice President Marc Wallman will continue in the role…

 

 

 

    


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