NDSU Libraries unveil new resource management system
NDSU has a new integrated library system in time for fall classes.
NDSU teamed with Ex Libris Group, which services academic and research libraries internationally, to implement the unified,...
Track and field team registers nation’s third-best GPA
The NDSU women’s track and field team tied for the third-best grade point average in Division I, according to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
The Bison, who have...
Pharmaceutical sciences faculty member publishes research papers
Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, recently co-wrote four research papers.
“An Antimitotic and Antivascular Agent BPR0L075 Overcomes Multidrug Resistance and Induces Mitotic...
Vice president for student affairs announces retirement
NDSU’s vice president for student affairs, Prakash Mathew, has announced his intention to retire June 30, 2014.
“I feel very fortunate that NDSU is part of my professional and personal life – in fact...
North Dakota and South Dakota EPSCoR awarded grant to establish bioprocessing consortium
Four universities in North Dakota and South Dakota have been awarded a $6 million grant to establish the Dakota Bioprocessing Consortium, also known as DakotaBioCon, and conduct collaborative...
Horticulture Day scheduled for Aug. 21 near Hankinson
The NDSU Extension Service has scheduled a Horticulture Day Aug. 21 at the American Legion Learning Center and Community Gardens at Lake Elsie, 16610 94 1/2 St. S.E. near Hankinson, N.D.
Staff, faculty publish manuscript on parental notification of alcohol and drug policy violations
NDSU artist lands two-year run at New York gallery
Nate Booth, visual arts lecturer at NDSU, recently landed a two-year engagement at New York art gallery Agora in the city’s trendy Chelsea district of Manhattan.
Booth’s first of two exhibitions...
TRIO programs hires director
Aida Martinez-Freeman has been named director of the Office of TRIO Programs at NDSU.
Martinez-Freeman will continue to serve as a project director for Student Support Services and is a doctoral...
Saline and Sodic Soil Field Day set for Aug. 22
More than 90 percent of North Dakota's agricultural producers experience reduced yields as a result of salinity or sodicity, so it is an important issue in the state, according to Abbey Wick, NDSU Ext...