Celebration of healthy food scheduled
NDSU dietetic students are planning to recognize American Health Month with a health-conscious menu at 800 Café on Thursday, Feb. 27.
Seating will be from 11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in Katherine K....
Chemistry and biochemistry professor receives Chamber of Commerce award
Mukund Sibi, University Distinguished Professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Faculty Service Award.
Paper on shipping model published in maritime journal
A paper written by NDSU personnel was published in the March 2014 issue of Maritime Economics and Logistics.
The paper, titled “A coupled linear programming model with geospatial dynamic trip...
Student research group studies nanotechnology's environmental impact
With more than 1,600 products using nanotechnology on the market, a team of undergraduate researchers at NDSU is examining how people perceive such products and how these products might ultimately...
Plant sciences professor presents at brewing event
Paul Schwarz, NDSU professor of plant sciences, was a featured speaker at the second annual Farmer Brewer Winter Weekend sponsored by Valley Malt of Hadley, Mass. The event, which was held at Amherst...
NDSU doctoral student receives green chemistry award
Jing Zhang, an NDSU doctoral student studying organometallic chemistry, has received the prestigious Green Chemistry Travel Award. She will attend the 247th American Chemical Society national meeting...
High-tunnel gardening workshop set for March 10
The NDSU Extension Service and University of Minnesota Extension have teamed up to hold a workshop on high-tunnel gardening scheduled for Monday, March 10, at the St. Leo's Catholic Church Spirit of...
NDSU forensics team wins state title
The NDSU forensics team was named state champions during the North Dakota Intercollegiate Speech League/South Dakota Intercollegiate Speech League tournament Feb. 14-15. In addition to winning the...
Students participate in 'Architecture for the Birds' competition
NDSU second-year architecture students are participating in the design and construction competition “Architecture for the Birds.”
The students designed a dwelling specifically for a particular type...
Assistant professor of clarinet to perform with Copeland String Quartet
Cecilia Kang, assistant professor of clarinet at the NDSU School of Music, is scheduled to perform a chamber music program with the Copeland String Quartet on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. at the...