NDSU event to introduce public to animal agriculture
“Moos, Ewes and More,” the NDSU Department of Animal Sciences’ annual free, family-friendly event, is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 6, at the NDSU Equine Center on 19th Avenue North in Fargo.
Former baseball player awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Former NDSU baseball player Wes Satzinger was among 58 student-athletes nationwide selected as NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners for the 2013-14 spring sports season.
The NCAA awards...
Potato field days scheduled
The annual potato field day tour will travel to three locations – Larimore, Inkster and Hoople, North Dakota – on Aug. 21.
The field day is scheduled to begin at 7 a.m. with breakfast at Hoverson...
Athletic director candidates selected for on-campus interviews
The search committee for North Dakota State University’s director of athletics has selected four candidates for on-campus interviews.
The interviews are being scheduled as quickly as possible.
NDSU study examines online, face-to-face courses
A new study by NDSU communication faculty gives an interesting look at students’ perceptions of online versus face-to-face courses.
The findings of the study by Carrie Anne Platt, associate...
New online youth development graduate certificate offered
A new 13-credit online Youth Development Graduate Certificate program is being offered through NDSU’s Office of Distance and Continuing Education. The graduate certificate is offered online to help...
NDSU researchers to appear in World Channel documentary
The film “Ice People,” which features NDSU researchers, has been selected by ITVS to be part of “Global Voices,” a critically acclaimed international documentary television series. It is scheduled to...
West Fargo school district first to participate in NDSU leadership program
This summer, the West Fargo School District became the first school district in North Dakota to participate in a new Leadership Academy model master’s degree program offered through NDSU. In addition,...
NDSU faculty member publishes article on smoke-free law
Steven Briggs, assistant professor of criminal justice, is the lead author of a recently published peer-reviewed article. The article, “Unanticipated Consequences: The Impact of a Smoke-Free Law on...
FORWARD announces upcoming events
The FORWARD project will begin its seventh year of programming with a kick-off event scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 2, at 2 p.m. at the President’s House.
The kick-off event will include the...