NDSU equestrian team enjoys successful year
Eight members of the NDSU western equestrian team will advance to the postseason regional competition at the University of Minnesota-Crookston on March 7.
The 20-member team ended its regular season...
Collaborative grant funds available
In an effort to promote new collaborative initiatives, Tri-College University will offer one-time, start-up grant funds for faculty, staff and students. The grant program is intended to develop...
Responsibility review training set
The Office of Human Resources/Payroll has planned responsibility review training sessions on Wednesday, March 3, in the Alumni Center, Reimers room.
For supervisors, "Building an Environment for...
German Russians remember the dirty '30s in radio program
Organizers of the Dakota Memories Oral History Project at North Dakota State University, in cooperation with Prairie Public Broadcasting, will air a new radio program titled...
NDSU plans Pan-Africa Night
The North Dakota State University community will celebrate cultures, talents and heritages of people from black descent at Pan-Africa Night on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 7 p.m. to...
Pharmacy research improved in National Institutes of Health funding
The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy released the 2009 national rankings for National Institutes of Health funding for pharmacy schools. Out of 116 schools of...
Flags dedicated to celebrate diversity
The flags along the wall of the Walgreens Wing in Sudro Hall were dedicated Feb. 19 in a celebration of diversity in the college.
To represent the current diversity, the college hung 22 flags...
Jensen publishes emergency management article
Jessica Jensen, a faculty member in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Emergency Management, had an article appear in the International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters. The...
Hanson announces Minard Hall update
President Richard A. Hanson sent an update on the progress and safety of Minard Hall in an e-mail to NDSU students, faculty and staff on Feb. 18. The e-mail stated:
"Students, faculty and staff,
Committee will not elect Faculty Lecturer
The NDSU faculty lectureship committee has decided not to elect a 52nd annual Faculty Lecturer. According to William Bleier, committee chair, nominees did not meet the award's criteria.