HD&E faculty, students publish, present and work with community
Several College of Human Development and Education faculty members and students recently gave presentations, published research, coordinated projects and were named to boards of directors.
Animal sciences faculty publish results of study
Several NDSU animal sciences faculty recently published an article in Domestic Animal Endocrinology. Anna Grazul-Bilska, professor; Larry Reynolds, University Distinguished Professor; Dale Redmer,...
Student named Miss North Dakota USA
NDSU student Stephanie Erickson was named 2013 Miss North Dakota USA in competition held Nov. 18 at NDSU’s Festival Concert Hall. Erickson, from Fargo, is a senior majoring in electrical engineering...
Allied sciences staff member publishes book review
Angeline Walswick, professional academic adviser and lecturer in NDSU's College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, had her book review, “How We Decide,” published in the National Academic...
Associate professor to publish two papers
A faculty member in NDSU's College of Business recently had two papers accepted for publication. Fred Riggins, associate professor of management information systems, had his co-written paper,...
NDSU eXtension team receives honor
The NDSU eXtension institutional team was recognized with a 2012 Be, Grow, Create Outstanding Institutional Team Award at the National eXtension Conference Oct. 2 in Oklahoma City. eXtension is a...
Assistant professor receives grant for literature, art project
NDSU downtown director selected grand marshal for holiday parade
Tim Flakoll, NDSU downtown director of operations and Tri-College University provost, has been selected grand marshal for the 2012 Xcel Energy Holiday Lights Parade scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 20, at...
NDSU kicker recognized by Fred Mitchell Award
Bison football player Adam Keller was one of 31 place-kickers recognized by the Fred Mitchell Award for his performance on the football field and service in the community for October.
Professor teaches in Mongolia as part of cooperative agreement
Neil Dyer, professor of animal sciences and director of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at NDSU, recently spent two weeks teaching at Mongolia State University of Agriculture’s School of...