Researchers unite to unearth clues on potato disease
In 2007, a disease found elsewhere in the world began cropping up in potato plants in the United States. Named after the dark stripes it creates on cooked potatoes, zebra chip pathogen spreads by...
President and CEO of NDSU Development Foundation and Alumni Association named
The NDSU Development Foundation Executive committee has announced Doug Mayo has accepted the position of President and CEO of the NDSU Development Foundation and Alumni Association.
Officers and board members named to NDSU Alumni Association
The Alumni Association at NDSU has announced its officers and new board members. The 32-member board, which includes 30 alumni, one student representative and the university president, represents more...
Innovation Week ’13 kicks off Feb. 26
Innovation Week ’13 begins Tuesday, Feb. 26, with a kick-off breakfast and brown bag lunch. Both events are free and open to the public.
The kick-off breakfast is scheduled for...
Leadership Lecture Series to discuss stereotyping
The next event in the Leadership Lecture Series will tackle stereotyping. Frank Oakgrove, program coordinator for the Office of Multicultural Programs, is scheduled to present “Impact vs. Intent: The...
Theatre arts assistant professor partakes in Shakespeare intensive
Hardy Koenig, NDSU assistant professor of theatre arts, recently returned from a monthlong intensive hosted by Shakespeare and Company in Lenox, Mass.
Koenig was with actors, directors, writers and...
NDSU Development Foundation leader to receive prestigious honor
James C. Miller, president and chief executive officer of the NDSU Development Foundation, is one of two people selected to receive the prestigious Commonfund Institutionally Related Foundation Award...
Innovation Week to showcase, encourage student ingenuity
North Dakota State University and the NDSU Research and Technology Park will host the fourth annual Innovation Week, Feb. 26-28, to showcase and encourage student ingenuity.
The week includes an...
Survey shows low drug use, decrease in alcohol-related problems at NDSU
Results from the 2012 CORE Alcohol and Other Drug Survey show that student drug use is low at North Dakota State University. The survey results also indicate that NDSU students who consume alcohol are...
Northern Crops Institute announces 2013 short courses
The Northern Crops Institute on the NDSU campus announced a series of short courses. The institute supports regional agriculture and value-added processing by conducting educational and technical...