Sociology assistant professor publishes articles about education in Central Asia
In the past year, Christopher Whitsel, assistant professor of sociology, published three articles addressing various aspects of education in Central Asia.
One article tests differences in...
NDSU laboratory manager participates in Math and Science Partnership Grant Institute
Jayma Moore, laboratory manager of the Electron Microscopy Center, was an invited instructor for the Math and Science Partnership Grant Institute at Sitting Bull College in Fort Yates, N.D., held...
NDSU TRIO directors to present at education conference
Aida Martinez-Freeman, project director for student support services, and Kris Mickelson, project director for Upward Bound, will present “A TRIO Best Practice: Collaboration Among NDSU TRIO Programs...
NDSU communicators honored at international meeting
Several staff members from agricultural communication were honored at the international Association for Communication Excellence meeting in Denver, June 17-20.
Bob Bertsch, Becky Koch, Ellen...
Student-athletes named to Summit League All-Academic team
NDSU had 83 student-athletes named to The Summit League Winter/Spring All-Academic team as announced by the league office June 15. The Bison had 46 student-athletes named Distinguished Scholars.
NDSU biofuels economist appointed to expert energy panel
The Council on Food, Agricultural and Resource Economics has appointed Cole Gustafson, NDSU biofuels economist, to serve on a Blue Ribbon Panel of Energy Experts.
The goal of the panel is to provide...
Emeritus lecturer elected president of national music club
Carolyn Nelson, BS ’58 and NDSU emeritus lecturer of mathematics, has been elected president of the National Federation of Music Clubs at their Biennial Convention in McLean, Va., in June.
NDSU initiates major energy-reduction project
NDSU is set to begin a major energy-reduction project that will produce significant utility savings and address both efficiency and deferred maintenance.
The overall project is anticipated to cost...
Three named to president’s cabinet
NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani has announced three appointments to the cabinet who will serve through the 2011-12 academic year. Faculty Senate president Gary Totten will represent faculty; Staff...
Native American purification ceremonies scheduled on campus
A Native American ceremony for spiritual blessing or purification, called Smudging, will be performed at NDSU in the Grandmother Earth's Gifts of Life Garden on the corner of Centennial Boulevard and...