Events scheduled to celebrate Black History Month at NDSU
NDSU is celebrating African and African-American culture this month. Movies, music and a student's personal journey are among events scheduled to celebrate Black History Month throughout February. ...
Institute names technical and business development director
David H. Hahn has been named director of technical and business development at Northern Crops Institute. Hahn has more than 30 years of experience in research, manufacturing, product development and...
Grant to fund LGBT-affirmative training for local therapists
Faculty members in NDSU’s couple and family therapy program have received funding to increase the number of local therapists who are trained to provide affirmative therapy services to lesbian, gay,...
Study Abroad Fair to go online
NDSU students interested in studying abroad will soon have another option to learn about available programs. The Office of International Programs is hosting its first Virtual Study Abroad Fair.
Center for Writers associate director presents in Denmark
Karen P. Peirce, associate director of the Center for Writers, presented at the Rhetoric in Society conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, held Jan. 15-18. Her paper, “Ethos Water: Contemporary Rhetorical...
NDSU's 87th Little International scheduled
The 87th Little International Livestock Show, the largest student-sponsored event at NDSU, is scheduled for Feb. 8-9.
The show features showmanship classes of horse, beef, dairy, sheep and swine, as...
President, CEO of NDSU Development Foundation and Alumni Association named