NDSU center receives funding for child well-being measurement program
The NDSU Center for Social Research received increased funding from the Annie E. Casey Foundation to continue the North Dakota KIDS COUNT program through 2014.
The Annie E. Casey Foundation awarded...
One-actress performance to cap Black History Month events at NDSU
NDSU is capping the celebration of Black History Month with a one-actress performance portraying the lives and times of four powerful African American women.
“Ain’t I a Woman!” is scheduled for...
Outstanding Academic Advising Awards recipients named
Provost J. Bruce Rafert has announced the recipients of this year’s Academic Advising Awards. Harlene Hatterman-Valenti, associate professor of plant sciences, received the Outstanding Faculty...
Institute for Regional Studies seeks project proposals
The Institute for Regional Studies at NDSU is offering up to $2,000 through the Gunlogson Endowment Fund for scholars conducting projects using the institute’s archives and/or seeking to publish work...
Gallery exhibition celebrates 100 years of NDSU Little Country Theater
The Memorial Union Gallery at NDSU is celebrating 100 years of Little Country Theater with an exhibition that runs through April 10.
The gallery, in partnership with the NDSU Department of Theatre...
NDSU conducts diversity survey
NDSU students, faculty and staff are encouraged to complete an online survey focusing on diversity. The survey will measure progress toward making NDSU a welcoming and inclusive environment for all...
Human development and education faculty publish, present
Faculty in the NDSU College of Human Development and Education recently published a variety of articles or made presentations.
Brad Strand, professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, and...
NDSU announces Women's Week events
Events for Women’s Week at NDSU are scheduled throughout the week of Monday, Feb. 24, through Friday, Feb. 28. This year’s theme, “Intersections,” provided an opportunity to look at the diversity of...
Tri-College University announces two appointments
Tri-College University has announced the appointment of Vicki Ihry as communications coordinator and administrative assistant to the Tri-College University provost.
Ihry will be responsible for...
Community gardening programs set for March 14-15 in Fargo
"Growing Together Through Community Gardening" programs are set for the evening of March 14 and all day March 15 at the Dakota Medical Foundation in Fargo.
The March 14 program from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m....