Research agronomist joins Hettinger Research Extension Center
John Rickertsen joined the NDSU Hettinger Research Extension Center as a research agronomist Jan. 14.
Rickertsen's research will focus on issues facing producers in southwestern North Dakota,...
Doctoral student paper wins awards
A research paper led by Buddhika Madurapperuma, a doctoral student in environmental and conservation science, was awarded the Best Paper and Best Poster Awards at the fourth International Conference...
NDSU agriculture, Extension faculty and staff honored
NDSU honored agriculture and Extension faculty and staff in an awards ceremony Dec. 13.
Ken Grafton, vice president for agricultural affairs, dean of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and...
Speaker series to begin with presentation on local homelessness
The NDSU Libraries are kicking off a monthly speaker series in January. Topics are expected to range from poverty and homelessness to poetry and jazz appreciation.
The first presentation in the...
NDSU alumnus, retired military logistics leader to present seminar
“Defense Logistics and National Security,” a seminar by retired Lt. Gen. Claude V. Christianson, is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Arikara room at NDSU.
Information about federal research grant
Researchers at North Dakota State University were awarded a $1.2 million three-year competitive research grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and...
NDSU develops Farm Fuel Budget app
Farmers can use a new Farm Fuel Budget cellphone app to plan their farm fuel budget and use for the next year or more.
John Nowatzki, NDSU Extension Service agricultural machine systems specialist,...
English faculty member publishes
Gary Totten, associate professor of English, has published two articles. His essay, “Imagining the American West in Wharton’s Short Fiction,” was published in The Journal of the Short Story in...
Scholarship endowment honors longtime NDSU faculty member
NDSU has established the Paul Berg Endowment Fund to honor a longtime Department of Animal Sciences faculty member who retired in December.
Berg was a faculty member in the department for 47 years....
Events planned at NDSU to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day
A presentation by an area civil rights leader and a performance by an African drumming ensemble are part of events planned to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day at North Dakota State University. ...