Professor published in forensic communication book
TechGYRLS registration opens
TechGYRLS, a 10-week after-school program to introduce young women to science, technology, engineering and mathematics disciplines, is now accepting registrations.
The program, for third- through...
Assistant professor named to honor society national board
Anita Welch, assistant professor in the School of Education, was named to the national board of directors of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society. She joins the board as a regional vice president.
In a news...
NDSU Music Academy registration opens
The NDSU Music Academy, a not-for-profit organization that provides music lessons to students ages four through adult, is accepting registrations for fall semester. Students can continue to register...
Author taps into communication professor’s expertise
NDSU communication professor Ann Burnett is serving as an expert source for a Washington Post reporter who is writing a book on the fast pace of life.
Writer Brigid Schulte recently visited Fargo to...
NDSU fraternity receives award
NDSU’s Epsilon Delta chapter of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity received the 2012 True Merit Award at the 80th Biennial Congress of the fraternity in St. Louis Aug. 4.
The True Merit Award emphasizes...
NDSU unveils Gate City Bank Auditorium for new generation of students
Several hundred NDSU students, faculty and staff joined members of Gate City Bank to dedicate Gate City Bank Auditorium Aug. 20.
A $500,000 gift from Gate City Bank to the NDSU Development Foundation...
Pharmacy Practice presents, publishes
Several faculty in the pharmacy practice department recently presented or published papers.
Cynthia Naughton, associate professor, and Dan Friesner, professor, published the article, “Comparison of...
Visiting scholar joins animal sciences department
Julakorn Panatuk (Ake), a fourth-year doctoral student from the Department of Animal Science, Faculty of Agriculture, Khon Kaen University, Thailand, joined the NDSU animal sciences department as a...
NDSU’s first-day enrollment tops 14,300
NDSU officials report another record first full-day enrollment of 14,319 in undergraduate, professional and graduate programs, compared with the fall 2011 first full-day count of 14,240. This is the...