Middle East security panel at NDSU to feature two renowned experts
Two internationally known policy specialists on the Middle East and security issues in the region will conduct a panel discussion and question and answer session on U.S.-Iran relations and the ongoing...
Film festival, storyteller aim to spur discussion on disability topics
A film festival and a performance by an American Sign Language storyteller are among the featured events this April for Disability Awareness Month at NDSU.
The on-campus film festival called “REEL...
NDSU speaker series to discuss ‘man camps’
Conditions in the “man camps” of the western North Dakota oil fields will be the topic of the next installment of the Curtis Amlund Speaker Series at NDSU. The presentation, "The North Dakota Man Camp...
English and honors students enjoy Shakespeare at the Guthrie
Advising Resource Center coordinator publishes book review
Andrea Weber, coordinator of the Advising Resource Center, will have her review of the book, “Campus Crime: Legal, Social, and Policy Perspectives,” published in an upcoming issue of the National...
Information Technology announces organizational changes
NDSU’s Information Technology Division announced organizational changes in Enterprise Computing and Infrastructure, Information Technology Services and the Office of the Vice President.
NDSU’s nanotechnology group gives workshop at Indian university
NDSU’s Environmental Nanotechnology group presented a workshop Feb. 6-9, on bio-nanotechnology at Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, India. The workshop was organized by AAU’s Biotechnology...
Assistant professor presents at two conferences
Saleem Shaik, assistant professor of agribusiness and applied economics, gave an invited presentation at the 13th annual Advances in Econometrics Conference, Feb. 9-10, in Baton Rouge, La. The...
Pitcher selected as candidate for Senior CLASS Award
NDSU pitcher John Straka was one of 30 NCAA baseball student-athletes selected as candidates in February for the 2013 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate baseball.
To be eligible for the award, a...
College Ambassadors raise funds for Madison School snacks
The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Ambassadors held a bake sale March 5 to help out a local school with snacks for milk breaks. The service project raised more than $200 to purchase appropriate...