Research professor named fellow of agronomy group
Patrick M. Carr, research professor at NDSU's Dickinson Research Extension Center, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Agronomy. He will be recognized during the society's international...
NDSU personnel chosen for leadership program
Lisa Benz, NDSU telecommunications analyst, and Ruth Buffalo, a graduate assistant in NDSU's American Indian Public Health Resource Center, have been selected to participate in the first class of the...
Visual arts professor exhibits work
Kimble Bromley, professor of painting and drawing, has his work displayed in a new exhibit at the Hearst Center for the Arts in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
The exhibit, “Two Painters: Proximity, Parallels,...
Dickinson Extension agronomist named
NDSU Counseling faculty member featured in WalletHub.com report
Todd Lewis, associate professor of counseling and counselor education in the School of Education, was recently featured in a story about WalletHub.com’s study of penalties for driving under the...
Presentation to feature fashion, women's suffrage movement
Ann Braaten, assistant professor of practice and curator of NDSU's E. Reynolds Historic Costume Collection, is scheduled to present “Dressing the Part – Advocates for Suffrage,” Tuesday, June 23, at 7...
NDSU to open Office of Teaching and Learning
NDSU’s new Office of Teaching and Learning is scheduled to open July 1. The office’s role is to support the creation of student-centered, innovative educational programs and provide professional...
New Faculty Start-Up Program announces call for proposals
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, known as ND EPSCoR, invites NDSU department chairs, department heads, deans, recruiting department chair positions and...
NDSU included in USDA water research grant
NDSU will participate in a $5 million U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture grant, announced April 7. Intended to support critical water problems in rural and...
NDSU launches new online directory
The NDSU Information Technology Division has launched a new online directory for students, faculty and staff.
The new directory is simplified with one search input field, which allows users to...