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  • NDSU commencement set for Friday

    NDSU winter commencement ceremonies are scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17, at 4 p.m. in the Fargodome. A total of 688 graduate, professional and undergraduate students are eligible to participate, and 456...

  • Public Health Association organizes on campus

    The NDSU Public Health Association is a new organization on campus to help individuals learn about public health and connect students, faculty and staff with public health educators, practitioners and...

  • Offerdahl appointed to American Chemical Society committee

    Erika Offerdahl, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been appointed to a new committee of the American Chemical Society’s Division of Chemical Education Examinations Institute. The...

  • Perrizo awarded fifth U.S. patent

    William Perrizo, distinguished professor of computer science, was awarded his fifth U.S. patent on Nov. 16 for his system and method for performing and accelerating cluster analysis of large data...

  • Golden Key inducts new members

    The NDSU chapter of Golden Key International Honour Society held its 16th annual new member induction ceremony on Nov. 9 in the Memorial Union Great Room. New members and honorary members were honored...

  • Maertens receives Distinguished Service Award

    Deborah Maertens, assistant director of Faculty Immigration at NDSU, received the Region IV National Association of Foreign Student Advisers (NAFSA) Association of International Educators...

  • Krush co-writes article on effective advising relationships

    Joan Krush, academic advisor/lecturer in the computer science department, co-wrote an article for the National Academic Advising Association’s (NACADA) publication, Academic Advising Today. The...

  • Khan recieves Distinguished Service Award for sugarbeet research

    Mohamed F. R. Khan, extension sugarbeet specialist and associate professor of plant pathology at NDSU and the University of Minnesota, received the 2010 Distinguished Service Award presented by the...

  • Tri-College grants available to faculty, staff and students

    Tri-College University announces the availability of collaborative grant funds to promote new collaborative initiatives. These start-up, one-time grant funds are for faculty, staff and students who...

  • NDSU helps producers through Dakota Select Seed

    Dakota Select Seed is a grower group organized by the North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association (NDCISA) in 2007. The objective of this group is to produce, market and promote seed of certain...





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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-1068 - Fax: (701) 231-1989
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