Genetics class participates in Presidential Commission
The spring genetics undergraduate course taught by Penny Avoles Kianian, assistant professor of practice genetics, worked with the Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues on items...
Emergency management faculty present at storm symposium
Daniel J. Klenow, head of the Department of Emergency Management, and D.K. Yoon, assistant professor in the department, presented "Profiling County Tornado Vulnerability in Minnesota and the Great...
College names associate dean
David Buchanan, professor of animal sciences, has been named the associate dean for academic programs in the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources.
“Dr. Buchanan brings a wealth...
Business faculty to publish research
Rajani Ganesh-Pillai, assistant professor of management and marketing, had his manuscript, “Customer Clusters as Sources of Innovation-Based Competitive Advantage,” accepted for publication in the...
NDSU hosts 2012 North Dakota Science Olympiad
NDSU hosted the North Dakota Science Olympiad on April 21. Approximately 650 North Dakota students in grades 6-12 competed in the state science competition for a chance to advance to nationals. ...
Quarter Century Club to welcome new members
The Office of Human Resources and Payroll sponsored the annual Quarter Century Club new members recognition dinner on May 2 in the Alumni Center. The event honors employees who have been employed at...
Northern Crops Institute receives Exporters Award
Northern Crops Institute received the 2011 Service to Exporters Award at the 2012 Global Business Connections Conference in April. North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, on behalf of the North Dakota Trade...
NDSU transportation and logistics student earns top honors
NDSU transportation and logistics graduate student Brett Korporaal earned first place in the student research paper competition for the 20th National Conference for Rural and Intercity Bus...
Soil science receives grants for greenhouse gas emissions research
Amitava Chatterjee, assistant professor of soil science, received a $20,000 grant from the North Dakota Corn Council and a $15,000 grant from the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council to help...
Summer printmaking workshop announces visiting printmaker