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  • NDSU wins steel bridge competition for sixth time

    NDSU students have won the national Steel Bridge Competition for an unprecedented sixth time. The competition, sponsored by the American Institute of Steel Construction and in cooperation with the...

  • NDSU adds barley pathologist

    Robert Brueggeman has joined the NDSU plant pathology department as a barley pathologist and assistant professor. His research specialty is the genetics and molecular biology of cereal disease...

  • Miller featured in New York Times

    The New York Times recently interviewed Kevin C. Miller, assistant professor  of health, nutrition and exercise science, on his research on causes, treatments and prevention strategies for...

  • Concordia president Jolicoeur remembered for leadership

    Tri-College University, a consortium partner with Concordia College, shares in the shock and sadness from the sudden death of president and community leader Pamela Jolicoeur. “Tri-College has lost a...

  • Coatings and Polymeric Materials holds short courses

    The Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials recently held short courses with 22 students participating from government, academia and industry. The week long course, “Fundamentals of Coatings...

  • Webster has book published

    Dean Webster, professor of and polymeric materials, has co-edited a new book in collaboration with Michael Meier, professor at the University of Potsdam, Germany.

    Published in June 2010 by Springer,...

  • Wald appointed to CASE board of directors

    Sara Wald, director of advancement in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, has been selected to serve as an at-large member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education...

  • NDSU Student Government receives Forum's Golden Pen Award

    A letter written by NDSU student government has been selected as the Forum's May Golden Pen Award Winner. "With commitment to reform, students have faith in NDSU" was published on May 13 and was...

  • SU Impact grants offered

    The NDSU Development Foundation has unveiled an exciting new way to have an immediate and positive impact on the educational experience of NDSU students.

    The foundation is offering major grants of...

  • Bresciani focuses on students

    NDSU students are the top item on President Dean Bresciani’s agenda. As he took over his presidential duties June 15, Bresciani met student leaders at the Memorial Union. “I could not be more...

 

 

 

   


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