NDSU partners on new flare gas to fertilizer initiative
NDSU’s Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics is leading a new research initiative that seeks to evaluate the commercial feasibility of utilizing flare gas from the expanding western Bakken...
Graduate student receives best student poster award
Papia F. Rozario, doctoral student in the environmental and conservation science program, received the best student poster award and a $500 stipend for her research presentation, “Impact of Forest...
FORWARD pedagogical luncheon scheduled
The faculty is invited to a pedagogical luncheon Thursday, Dec. 8, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Room.
During the luncheon, Margaret Price, associate professor of writing at...
Plant sciences department head named
Richard Horsley has been appointed head of NDSU’s Department of Plant Sciences. He has served as interim head since July 2010.
"Dr. Horsley brings a number of very positive skills and tremendous...
Communication professor to receive Blue Key award
The NDSU chapter of the Blue Key National Honor Society will honor Robert Littlefield, professor of communication, with the 2011 NDSU Distinguished Educator Award. He will receive the recognition...
Music students place first in competitions
The NDSU Gold Star Saxophone Quartet recently placed first in the North Dakota round of the Music Teacher’s National Association Collegiate Chamber Music Competition. Matthew Patnode directs the...