US Department of State assistant secretary to visit NDSU
Acting Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs for the U.S. Department of State Michael Hammer is scheduled to meet with students and faculty at North Dakota State University on Monday, March 26. Hammer...
NDSU Bookstore hosts Grad Finale
The NDSU Bookstore and Herff Jones will sponsor Grad Finale on March 22 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the bookstore. Prizes will be available throughout the day.
Grad Finale assists graduating seniors...
Blood drive scheduled on campus
The Office of Human Resources/Payroll will sponsor a United Blood Services Staff Blood Drive on Thursday, March 29, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The Bloodmobile will be parked outside the west entrance of...
Interest session set for Transylvania study abroad program
When people hear Transylvania, they often think of vampires and Count Dracula.
Florin Salajan, assistant professor in the School of Education and a native of Transylvania, wants to help students see...
Tri-College schedules Women’s Leadership Development Institute
The Tri-College National Education for Women's Leadership Development Institute is scheduled for June 2-6 at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. The intensive five-day residential program is designed...
Animal sciences assistant professor publishes paper
Kasey Maddock Carlin, assistant professor in animal science, had her paper, “Meat science and muscle biology symposium: Extracellular matrix in skeletal muscle development and meat quality,” recently...
The Spectrum receives honors at regional conference
The university's student-run newspaper, The Spectrum, competed at a regional conference Feb. 10-12 in Minneapolis and took home three major awards and two individual awards.
Colleges from as far away...
Study finds magazine type, gender affect how health news is reported
A new study by an NDSU faculty member and alumnus found health magazines are more likely than general popular culture magazines to use powerless language, or language that lacks certainty or...
Assistant professor publishes research, participates on panel
Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing, and Gregory Sanders, associate dean for the College of Human Development and Education, had their manuscript, “Resilience and stereotyping: The...
NDSU Development Foundation leader announces intention to retire