Engineering alumnus recognized by business magazine
As he watched the floodwaters creep into his hometown, Shawn Gaddie made a decision. A high school junior at the time of the 1997 flood that severely damaged East Grand Forks, Minn., and adjacent...
Jazz improvisation topic of monthly library speaker series
A quartet of NDSU musicians is scheduled to teach jazz enthusiasts the tricks and techniques behind improvising music on stage.
“Improv 101: Jazz Performance and Lecture with Bill Law and Friends” is...
Student human resource team wins state competition
Four students representing the NDSU Human Resource Association earned first place in a statewide human resource management competition.
The North Dakota Society for Human Resource Management State...
International programs office reorganizes, refocuses missions
The Office of International Programs within the Division of Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach is undergoing a reorganization to better and more directly serve student and faculty needs. The...
Proposal writing workshop offered
A proposal writing workshop focusing on preparing National Science Foundation CAREER proposals and writing large, multi-investigator grant proposals is scheduled for April 15, from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. via...
Industrial beet production meetings scheduled
Informational meetings on the economics of industrial beet production are scheduled at five locations in central North Dakota during the week of March 17.
Industrial beets, also called energy beets,...
Flax Institute scheduled
The 65th Flax Institute is scheduled for Thursday and Friday, March 27-28, at the Holiday Inn in Fargo. NDSU is the lead university in organizing the biennial event.
Flax researchers from Canada,...
Student receives military honor
An NDSU student, Staff Sgt. Shelly Pherson, was named Outstanding Airman of the Year during the North Dakota Air National Guard’s award banquet March 1.
Pherson is an air transportation journeyman in...
NDSU riders advance in competition
Three members of the NDSU hunt seat equestrian team have qualified to compete in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association's Zone 7 competition in Madison, Wis., April 13.
Kaylin Scarberry, a senior...
Print and Copy Services makes staff changes
Print and Copy Services has made recent staff changes, according to Diane Ness, customer service manager.
Dawn Long was hired as customer service representative. Working in Morrill Hall room 10, Long...