School of Music students place first in regional competitions
Two students in the School of Music recently finished in first place in a pair of regional music competitions.
Carolyn Braus, a senior saxophone performance major from Bismarck, N.D., placed first...
Memorial service planned for former women's basketball player Jackie Parsley
Memorial Service set for former Bison player, scholarship established
A memorial service is scheduled for 10 a.m. Saturday, May 4, for former NDSU women's basketball player Jackie Parsley, who died...
NDSU Sigma Alpha honors women in agriculture
The NDSU Upsilon chapter of Sigma Alpha has honored one of the chapter founders, Michelle Wall, as the first inductee into the NDSU Sigma Alpha Hall of Fame and recognized faculty member Susie...
Student affairs assessment director forums scheduled
Open forums have been scheduled for three candidates for NDSU’s director of student affairs assessment. The position provides leadership for the Division of Student Affairs related to all assessment...
NDSU Bookstore schedules Textbook Buyback
The NDSU Bookstore has scheduled a Textbook Buyback for the following days, times and locations.
Memorial Union Bookstore:
- April 29-May 2, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- May 3, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- May 4, 10...
School of Music student accepted to OperaWorks program
Beth Hoselton, a senior vocal performance major, has been accepted to the acclaimed OperaWorks summer apprentice program in Los Angeles.
OperaWorks is a highly acclaimed training program that...
Student innovators to present
Members of the Bison Microventure student innovation team will give presentations on their work to develop novel dental and bone implants on Thursday, May 2, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., in Dunbar Hall...
Office 365 email, calendaring coming soon for students
The North Dakota University System recently announced NDSU student email will be upgraded to Office 365 during summer 2013.
During the upgrade, all existing content in NDSU Live, including email...
Center for Social Research launches new website
The Center for Social Research at NDSU in collaboration with Wilder Research has launched a new website called North Dakota Compass. The website is a social indicators project that serves as a tool to...
Student research highlighted at NDSU conferences