NDSU teams participate in computing competition
An NDSU student team finished 32nd out of 239 teams in a regional computer programming competition, which included schools stretching from Manitoba to Kansas. The competition, held Nov. 3, was part of...
Southeast Asian reps attend institute’s feed manufacturing technology course
Nineteen feed manufacturers from Southeast Asia attended Northern Crop Institute’s Feed Manufacturing Technology course held Nov. 5-9.
The course was co-sponsored by Minnesota Soybean Research and...
NDSU releases beef research findings
Livestock feed has been the focus of considerable research at NDSU in the past year.
Field peas, hull-less barley and distillers grains are among the potential beef cattle feeds they've studied. The...
NDSU department chair helps organize international construction conference
Yong Bai, chair and professor of construction management and engineering at NDSU, was executive chair of the 2012 International Conference on Construction and Real Estate Management, known as 2012...
Extension Service forester named Communicator of the Year
Joe Zeleznik, NDSU Extension Service forester, is the NDSU Agriculture Communication and Association of Communication Excellence - North Dakota’s 2012 communicator of the year.
The Communicator of...
ROTC Cadets recognized among nation’s best
Three student members of the Bison Battalion of the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps have been recognized as Distinguished Military Graduates.
Dan Peterson, a senior majoring in criminal justice...
International students receive hand-knit winter apparel
NDSU international students have received welcome gifts of winter warmth, courtesy of “Chicks with Sticks,” a group of enthusiastic knitters with NDSU roots. The group delivered several bags full of...
Start-up company developed from NDSU research discovery
A technology developed at NDSU creates performance-driven biocomposite materials by incorporating agricultural by-products into plastics for a range of engineering applications. The technology also...
NDSU scientists analyze clay samples from North Dakota oil patch
Initial results of clay samples from western North Dakota show varying percentages of alumina content, a finding of interest to the North Dakota Geological Survey that commissioned the study....
Vice President Myers attends jubilee celebration in China
Evie Myers, NDSU vice president for equity, diversity and global outreach, recently visited China to take part in the Nanchang Hangkong University’s 60th jubilee celebration Oct. 9.