Executive Education program offers emotional intelligence session
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education’s Executive Education program is scheduled to offer “Emotional Intelligence: High Level Leadership” Tuesday March 25, from 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Fargo....
NDSU speaker series gets underway Monday with North Dakota Homeland Security director
Greg Wilz, North Dakota Homeland Security Division director, is scheduled to host a discussion of emergency management issues related to the Bakken oil patch on Monday, March 24, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m....
Mayo Clinic biomechanics expert to speak at NDSU
A Mayo Clinic expert in biomechanics is scheduled to present at NDSU as part of the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series.
Kenton R. Kaufman, W. Hall Wendel Jr. musculoskeletal...
Annual Parade of Nations kicks off Global Awareness Month at NDSU
A parade through Memorial Union will showcase a group of international students wearing ethnic clothing and carrying flags from their home.
The annual Parade of Nations is scheduled for Tuesday,...
Events planned for National Public Health Week in April
NDSU's Public Health Association student organization is scheduled to host a series of events during National Public Health Week, April 7-13.
“National Public Health week is a time to bring awareness...
Student nominated in Women of the Year recognition
An NDSU student is among the nominees for YWCA Cass Clay 2014 Women of the Year recognition. Annise Montplaisir, a freshman majoring in management communication from Moorhead, Minn., is one of 26...
Transportation researcher publishes article on rural medical services
An NDSU researcher combined geographic information systems and computerized spatial analysis tools in a new approach to designing service coverage for emergency medical services in rural areas.
ND Compass unveils healthy food website
North Dakota Compass, the state’s social indicators website, has launched a new key measure, “Access to Healthy Food,” under the Environment topic.
The new measure provides data on population with...
Communication faculty publish book chapter
Charles Okigbo, professor of communication, and Elizabeth Crisp Crawford, assistant professor of communication, contributed a chapter to a recently published book on the strategic uses of...
NDSU statisticians use data to predict March Madness winners
Many fans will rely on hunches and luck when predicting winners in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. But students and faculty in NDSU’s statistics department began crunching data to help pick...