President’s Welcome salutes the start of fall semester
Hundreds of students, faculty and staff gathered for the annual President’s Welcome Aug. 20 near NDSU’s main gates to begin the fall semester.
President Dean L. Bresciani and Student Body President...
Animal sciences professor presents seminar in Spain
Anna Grazul-Bilska, NDSU professor of animal sciences, was invited by Alex Bach, research professor at the Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies and head of the Department of Ruminant...
Alumni Association offers football ticket exchange
Bresciani announces Grindberg departure
NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani announced today that Tony Grindberg, executive director at the NDSU Research and Technology Park, is resigning effective Sept. 30, and has accepted a position as the...
Nursing professor named to standards policy panel
Loretta Heuer, professor of nursing, was selected by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing to serve on the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program’s Skills Examination Standard-Setting Policy...
Cooperatives center director named associate professor
Gregory McKee, director of the Quentin Burdick Center for Cooperatives, was promoted to associate professor in the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics effective July 1.
McKee earned a...
North Dakota EPSCoR state conference scheduled
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research’s 2012 state conference is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, N.D.
The meeting is being...
Yell Leaders named for 2012 season
Juniors Jayme McGillis and Eric Miller have been named 2012 Yell Leaders at NDSU. Yell Leaders work with the NDSU Cheer Team and the Gold Star Marching Band to engage fans and to create a festive...
Soil science welcomes two assistant professors
Two new faculty members, Ann-Marie Fortuna and Abbey Wick, joined the School of Natural Resource Sciences’ Department of Soil Science this summer. Fortuna and Wick were hired as a result of an...
NDSU announces Gate City Bank Auditorium dedication
NDSU students will have an enhanced learning experience thanks to Gate City Bank’s $500,000 gift to the NDSU Development Foundation. The gift was for the renovation of a 1960s-era auditorium and an...