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  • New research says sweets help your disposition

    A new study by NDSU alumni and a faculty member suggests people with a “sweet tooth” have sweeter dispositions. The research was conducted by Brian Meier, PhD ’05 and an associate professor of...

  • ‘Bring Back the Magic’ telethon set for Minot area flood relief and recovery

    NDSU's radio station, KDSU 91.9, will be a participant in the Prairie Public Broadcasting network’s Monday, Sept. 12, airing of the “Bring Back the Magic” telethon for the Minot Area Community...

  • Take Back the Night event scheduled for NDSU

    A Take Back the Night event is scheduled for the first time on the NDSU campus. The rally, march through campus and candlelight vigil are scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 15, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.,...

  • NDSU Bookstore behind-the-scenes tours offered

    Behind-the-scenes tours of the NDSU Bookstore are being offered. Individuals, departments and classes can arrange to learn about the textbook process; the Espresso Bookmaking machine; the art and...

  • Veterans Upward Bound receives surprise donation

    Members of NDSU’s Veterans Upward Bound program received an unexpected $1,000 donation from Delton Steele, regional president of US Bank, while on a radio program Aug. 11.

    The surprise was revealed...

  • Harvest Bowl scheduled Oct. 28-29

    The 38th annual Harvest Bowl program at NDSU is scheduled for Oct. 28 and 29.

    Highlights of the event include a Harvest Bowl dinner and awards program on Oct. 28 at the Fargo Ramada Plaza Suites and...

  • Women in Research to host networking event

    The Women in Research group will host a speed networking lunch meeting for all interested NDSU women faculty Monday, Sept. 12. The lunch, consisting of networking appropriate food, sponsored by the...

  • YMCA of NDSU changes name

    The YMCA of NDSU has been renamed Compass Program Foundation. The program’s services will remain the same.

    “As a campus ‘Y,’ the focus of the organization no longer fit with the revised constitution...

  • Researchers develop biobased technology from ND crop materials

    Several crops produced in North Dakota could play a significant role in biobased resins and coatings recently developed by researchers at NDSU. Scientists at NDSU have developed biobased resins that...

  • Contemporary evolution study published in PLoS ONE

    Studies of threatened species typically focus on factors associated with extinction risk, but a recent study published in PLoS ONE reports a case of a contemporary evolution for a recently introduced...





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