Britten premiere features assistant professor of clarinet
Douglas Monroe, assistant professor of clarinet, was the featured soloist for the American premiere of Benjamin Britten’s “Movements for a Clarinet Concerto” on Oct. 1 at the Empire Arts Center in...
Farm Bill conference scheduled
Won W. Koo, director of the NDSU Center for Agricultural Policy and Trade Studies, along with U.S. Sen. Kent Conrad, will host the conference, 2012 Farm Bill: Issues and Challenges, Nov. 7-8, at the...
ND Water Resources Research Institute seeks fellowship applicants
The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute invites 2012 Graduate Research Fellowship program applications.
NDSU and University of North Dakota graduate students, who conduct or plan...
NDSU to co-host Irish studies conference
NDSU’s English department will co-host an Irish studies conference with Minnesota State University Moorhead on Oct. 6-8. Events will take place on both universities’ campuses.
The conference, titled...
‘The Science of Art’ scheduled Oct. 4 at NDSU
Art and science will converge at the 2011 North Dakota-South Dakota Joint Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research Conference scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 4, at approximately noon in the...
Discover NDSU scheduled
The Office of Admission has scheduled the fall 2011 Discover NDSU sessions for Thursday, Oct. 20, and Friday, Oct. 21. The dates coincide with the North Dakota and Minnesota Education Association...
Management associate professor to receive best paper award
Chanchai Tangpong, associate professor of management, co-wrote a paper that has been selected for the Best Theoretical/Empirical Paper Award Winner for the 2011 Decision Sciences Institute Conference...
Communication professionals receive awards
Two NDSU communication professionals received awards at the National Federation of Press Women conference in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Becky Koch, director of the agriculture communication department,...