Emergency management assistant professor presents at women's leadership forum
Carol Cwiak, assistant professor of emergency management, recently presented at the American Council on Education Regional Women's Leadership Forum. Her presentation was titled “Making Decisions about...
Retirement reception set for equity and diversity assistant
The NDSU Division of Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach is hosting an open house retirement reception for Mary Foschia, equity and diversity assistant. The event is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 30,...
NDSU provost to change roles
NDSU Provost Bruce Rafert has requested a return to the faculty at the end of the 2013-2014 academic year. Rafert is a gifted astronomer and remote sensing physicist whose career included roles with...
NDSU's fall enrollment sets record
NDSU’s fall 2013 enrollment is the highest in university history. The university’s official fourth-week enrollment is 14,629 undergraduate, graduate and professional students.
This fall’s class of...
Impaired Driving Awareness Week events to shed light on consequences
The NDSU President’s Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs will sponsor several on-campus events to highlight Impaired Driving Awareness Week scheduled from Monday, Sept. 30, to Saturday, Oct. 5.
Brown Bag Seminars scheduled for fall
The Compass Program Foundation has scheduled its fall Brown Bag Seminars. The seminars are focused on a themed topic of interest, which pertain to NDSU students, faculty and staff.
All seminars will...
NDSU to hold calf backgrounding program
Cattle producers will be able to learn about background calves during a video conference the NDSU Extension Service has scheduled Oct. 17 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
"Backgrounding Cattle 2013" will...
NDSU Ag Communication, Myriad Devices to receive White House Champions of Change honor
NDSU Agriculture Communication and Myriad Devices of Fargo will be honored Sept. 24 as a White House Champion of Change for Community Preparedness and Resilience for creating two disaster education...
Panel discussion to highlight artist's use of literature, history
Kelly Sassi and Gary Totten, NDSU assistant professors of English, are scheduled to take part in a panel discussion of the influence of literature and history on the works of artist T.L. Solien.
NDSU publications receive national honor
A publication produced by NDSU personnel has received national recognition. The American Library Association’s Government Documents Roundtable has selected “Home Lawn Problems and Solutions for North...