NDSU provost finalist visit rescheduled
Provost candidate Joel Thierstein's visit to NDSU has been postponed due to weather. The open forum scheduled for April 1 is cancelled and will be rescheduled.
NDSU chemist receives prestigious fellowship
NDSU’s Svetlana Kilina has received a research fellowship for young scientists whose achievements identify them as the next generation of scientific leaders.
Kilina, assistant professor of chemistry...
Student Technology Fee to boost online tutoring, 3D printing at NDSU
NDSU’s Technology Fee Advisory Committee has awarded funds to two campus technology projects.
This spring, proposals were sought for projects designed to improve the quality of education and campus...
NDSU Executive Education program offers strategic planning session
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education’s Executive Education program is scheduled to offer “Designed to Win: Strategic Focus and Alignment” Thursday, April 3, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Fargo. The...
NDSU Bookstore to host Grad Finale
The NDSU Bookstore has scheduled Grad Finale for Wednesday, April 2, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursday, April 3, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the bookstore. Prizes will be available throughout the day....
NDSU ombudsperson named
Kristine Paranica, director of the University of North Dakota Conflict Resolution Center in Grand Forks, has been named NDSU’s ombudsperson. Paranica’s appointment is effective May 30.
NDSU graduate student earns national science policy leadership award
The American Society of Mammalogists has selected Kathryn Preston, an NDSU graduate student studying zoological sciences from Wheeling, Ill., for a Student Science Policy Leadership Award. Preston...
Human development and education faculty, students receive recognition
Several College of Human Development and Education faculty members and students recently gave presentations, had research published or were named to leadership positions in organizations in their...
NDSU Graduate School to host education leaders in Fargo event
Leaders in graduate education from the U.S., Canada and Pacific Rim will converge in downtown Fargo next week. The NDSU Graduate School is set to host the 56th annual Western Association of Graduate...
NDSU assistant professor publishes book on writing instruction and state standards
Anne Ruggles Gere, a nationally known expert on composition and English education, will give a presentation on writing instruction and state standard assessments, based on a book she recently...