New book published about Germans from Russia
The NDSU Libraries’ Germans from Russia Heritage Collection has published a new book translated from German to English, “The Russian Germans under the Double Eagle and the Soviet Star: Including a...
November Science Café to explore impact of body language
An NDSU psychology faculty member will discuss human reaction to body language at the November Science Café.
Benjamin Balas, assistant professor of psychology, is scheduled to present “Reading the...
Visual arts professor to participate in Autumn Art Auction
An oil and collage piece by Kimble Bromley, NDSU professor of visual arts, titled “Billboard Series: Back, Reclining Figure,” will be up for bids as part of the 15th annual Autumn Art Auction at the...
Discover U to feature interactive self-empowering workshop
Staff Senate invites all staff to attend the Discover U Fall Event, scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 13, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains Ballroom.
The featured speaker will be Rollie...
Tuskegee Airmen exhibit highlights Veteran's Day events
A U.S. Air Force veteran and oral historian will highlight the legacy of America’s first black military airmen during a Veteran’s Day event at NDSU.
Ron Spriggs is scheduled to bring his Exhibit of...
NDSU Golden Key chapter, leaders recognized
The NDSU chapter of Golden Key Honour Society recently received several awards.
Sarah Anderson, a second-year professional student in pharmacy from Bismarck, N.D., received the Region 6 Student...
Student Life conference coordinator to be honored
Deanne Sperling, conference coordinator in NDSU Student Life, is scheduled to be recognized Friday, Nov. 1, with the prestigious Honorary American FFA Degree. FFA, formerly known as Future Farmers of...
NDSU United Way campaign begins
NDSU’s annual United Way of Cass-Clay campaign officially kicked off Oct. 23, and unit coordinators are contacting employees, seeking participation and providing information.
NDSU’s 2013 United Way...
Head of visual arts helps form national craft arts campaign
Michael Strand, associate professor and head of visual arts, was invited by the American Craft Council and the Center for Craft, Creativity and Design to be part of a 24-person think tank held Oct....
West African bakers learn benefits of soy protein at Northern Crops Institute
The benefits of soy protein were highlighted at the Northern Crops Institute’s Baking with Soy course attended by seven bakery managers and consultants from Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire and Senegal...