Multicultural programs office adds staff member
NDSU's Office of Multicultural Programs has added a new staff member. Jered Pigeon joined the department in December as a program coordinator.
Pigeon's primary responsibilities are to provide...
Architecture alumnus receives excellence award
Michael Laverdure, BS ’96, architecture, recently received one of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society’s biggest honors. He was presented with the Executive Excellence award at the...
NDSU sets wheat, soybean meetings
Four Best of the Best in Research and Marketing meetings have been set for February in Grand Forks, Minot and Bismarck, North Dakota, and Moorhead, Minnesota.
The first meetings are scheduled at the...
NDSU research labs to hold open house
Three NDSU’s research laboratories are scheduled to host concurrent open house sessions Tuesday, Feb. 3, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to tour the labs, watch demonstrations of key...
One-act play part of Black History Month events at NDSU
A one-act play depicting a fictional secret meeting between Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. is part of Black History Month events scheduled at NDSU. Black History Month is held in February each...
Criminal justice faculty member to discuss Bakken research
Carol A. Archbold, associate professor of criminal justice, will be a panelist for a discussion-based program, "Idea Exchange: BAKKEN BOOM Lives, Land and Labor," scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 12, from...