FORWARD offers September trainings, workshops
The FORWARD project will offer a number of trainings and workshops throughout the month of September.
FORWARD Advocates will offer training for male faculty who want to serve as...
Computer science department hosts two international conferences
The NDSU Department of Computer Science recently hosted two international conferences. The 5th World Congress on Nature and Biologically Inspired Computing and the 5th International Conference on...
NDSU reports second-highest enrollment ever for first-year students
On the first full day of fall classes, North Dakota State University is reporting the second-highest enrollment in university history for first-year degree-seeking students. This is the eighth...
NDSU co-sponsors Japanese doll presentation
NDSU’s Emily P. Reynolds Costume Collection is a co-sponsor of a significant upcoming international event in Fargo.
On Tuesday, Sept. 10, a nine-member delegation of the Okayama Japan-America...
University Distinguished Professor presents at Biot-5 Poromechanics conference
Kalpana Katti, University Distinguished Professor of civil engineering, presented an invited plenary lecture at the Biot-5 conference in Vienna, Austria, in July. The presentation, titled “FTIR...
President Bresciani welcomes incoming students
NDSU’s incoming students were officially welcomed to campus by President Dean L. Bresciani and student body president Robbie Lauf during ceremonies Aug. 26. Bresciani and Lauf led the students through...
September Science Café examines mysterious honeybee illness
A mysterious illness is wiping out a significant percentage of honeybee colonies in the United States. An NDSU scientist will explain why this is happening and outline the challenges of restoring...
NDSU faculty-supervised research team develops energy drink
It’s a long-distance research project that may someday be available in the cooler at your neighborhood supermarket.
Pushparajah Thavarajah, assistant professor in the NDSU School of Food Systems, is...
Student Government to host Yell Practice at Fargodome
NDSU Student Government is scheduled to host a Yell Practice event Wednesday, Sept. 4, at 8 p.m. at the Fargodome to teach NDSU cheers and traditions before the football home opener against Ferris...
NDSU Music Academy registration opens
The NDSU Music Academy, a not-for-profit organization that provides music lessons to students age four years through adult, is now accepting registrations for fall semester. Music lessons offered...