Marketing assistant professor publishes paper
Michael Krush, assistant professor of marketing, co-wrote the paper, “Enhancing market-sensing capabilities: An examination of the interactive effects of sales capabilities and marketing dashboards,”...
Pharmaceutical sciences graduate student receives awards
Sathish K.R. Padi, a graduate student in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, received a Graduate Student Travel Award to the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics...
Fundraiser events set to support basketball player Hannah Linz
Several campus fundraising events are scheduled to assist Hannah Linz, a senior women’s basketball player who is in treatment for cancer.
The “Hoops for Hannah” project will hold free will donations...
Assistant professor publishes paper on pedagogical approaches
Kelly Sassi, assistant professor with a joint appointment in English and education, had her research paper, “A Review of the Literature on Pedagogical Approaches to Native American/American Indian...
Assistant professor elected fellow of British Computer Society
Samee U.Khan, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, was elected a fellow of the British Computer Society. It is the highest member grade the society bestows.
Pharmacy practice faculty publish research
Pharmacy practice faculty have written papers accepted for publication.
Jeanne Frenzel, associate professor of pharmacy practice; Elizabeth Skoy, assistant professor of pharmacy practice; and Heidi...
The Spectrum wins 1st place in student newspaper competition
The Spectrum, NDSU’s student newspaper, won first place in its category at the Associated Collegiate Press’ Best of the Midwest College Newspaper Convention held in Minneapolis Feb. 8-10.
This is the...
NDSU School of Music announces Gala Concerts
The NDSU School of Music announces two Inaugural Gala Concerts featuring the NDSU Concert Choir and NDSU Wind Symphony Tuesday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in...
Seed quality lab manager named
Jeanna Mueller has been named seed quality lab manager for the North Dakota State Seed Department.
Mueller has more than six years of experience at the state seed department as a seed analyst.
NDSU to host Women’s Week
In 1972, landmark legislation Title IX prohibited sex discrimination in schools and forever changed the way women are treated in education. For example, pregnant students were no longer expelled and...