Memorial events planned for students
A memorial program is planned for 9 p.m. Thursday in the Memorial Union Ballroom, followed by a candlelight vigil at 10 p.m. on the East Patio of the Memorial Union for Jordan Playle, Danielle...
President Bresciani expresses condolences
Dear NDSU Family:
I am writing to collectively express the University’s condolences to the families, friends and classmates of the four North Dakota State University students who lost their lives in...
4 NDSU students killed in I-94 crash
Four NDSU students were killed in an accident near Alexandria, Minn., Feb. 20.
The students were Jordan Playle, a first year student in marketing, from Elk River, Minn.; Danielle Renninger, a first...
Recipients of Odney, Waldron, Peltier Awards announced
Three NDSU faculty members have been selected to receive prestigious university honors. Yeong Rhee, associate professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, was named to receive the Odney...
Architecture students’ designs exhibited at ND Museum of Art
Third-year architecture students at NDSU designed live-in studio spaces for the N.D. Museum of Art, Grand Forks, N.D., new artist-in-residence program. Their sketches, photographs and models are on...
Student-run 800 Café opens with Greek-themed lunch
The 800 Café will kick off its spring menu lineup with a Greek-themed lunch on Tuesday, Feb. 21, and Thursday, Feb. 23, in the Family Life Center, room 312. Seating times are between 11 a.m. and 12:15...
Ergologistics, a technology incubator start-up, named finalist for national award
Ergologistics, a start-up company at the NDSU Research and Technology Park’s Technology Incubator, has been named a finalist for the 2012 Edison Best New Product Awards in the industrial design...
Battle of the Cents-es penny drive raises more than $1,400
A highly successful second annual penny war between two student groups has raised more than $1,400 for two charities.
For five days, Feb. 6-10, the Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences Ambassadors...
Seniors honored by National Soccer Coaches Association of America
NDSU seniors Abbey Moenkedick and Michelle Gaffaney were selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Central Region second team for the 2011 season.
Two new Centers of Research Excellence at NDSU approved
The North Dakota Centers of Excellence Commission has approved $1.67 million to fund two new Centers of Research Excellence at NDSU. NDSU will receive $1.35 million to develop a new Center of Research...