Tenure seminar scheduled on bat behavior
Erin Gilliam, assistant professor of biological sciences, is scheduled to present a tenure seminar, titled “Adventures in Studying the Ecology and Behavior of Bats” Friday, Aug. 29, at 3 p.m. in Sudro...
NDSU graduate student named to Phi Kappa Phi leadership role
NDSU graduate student Eryn Jager recently was appointed vice president for students of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society—the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic...
NDSU welcomes incoming students
NDSU’s incoming class was officially welcomed to fall semester by Provost Beth Ingram; Timothy Alvarez, vice president for student affairs; Sarah Russell, student body president; and Hilary Haugeberg,...
Director of Women's Athletics announces retirement
Lynn Dorn, Director of Women’s Athletics at NDSU, has announced her retirement effective March 31, 2015.
“As a new decade begins for Division I for North Dakota State University athletics, so too a...
NDSU adds UND to football schedule for 2015, 2019
Longtime in-state football rivals NDSU and the University of North Dakota will meet for the first time as Division I opponents next season.
NDSU completed its 2015 schedule by adding a Sept. 19 game...
Welcome planned for new NDSU students
NDSU will greet new students during a welcome celebration scheduled for Monday, Aug. 25, from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Timothy Alvarez, vice president for student affairs, and Sarah Russell, student body...
Chinese feed manufacturers first to use new feed equipment
Eighteen feed manufacturers from China are attending the Feed Manufacturing Technology course that runs Aug. 18-22 at Northern Crops Institute on the NDSU campus. The China team is the first group to...
Oakes Irrigation Research Site field day set
A field day is scheduled at the NDSU Oakes Irrigation Research Site on Wednesday, Aug. 27.
"The field day will provide us the opportunity to present new research-based information to producers and...
NDSU Horticulture and Forestry Club wins national competition
For the second year in a row, the NDSU Horticulture and Forestry Club placed first overall in the team undergraduate horticulture commodity judging contests at the American Society for Horticultural...
NDSU Extension agent, specialists honored
The Community Development Society has recognized the Marketing Hometown America program, a collaborative effort of a three-state team including three NDSU Extension Service educators.