NDSU student receives Astronaut Scholarship
Bridget Eklund, an NDSU senior majoring in microbiology, has received the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship for 2015-16, according to the Office of the Provost.
The Astronaut Scholarship Foundation...
President Bresciani named chair of Missouri Valley Football Conference Presidents' Council
NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani has been named chair of the Presidents’ Council of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.
The Presidents’ Council provides leadership for the conference, which is...
Assistant director of sexual assault prevention and advocacy named
Kelsey Keimig has been named assistant director of Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy in the Student Life office, effective June 1.
Keimig earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish,...
Student receives Phi Kappa Phi Love of Learning Award
Amreen Mughal, NDSU doctoral graduate research assistant in pharmaceutical sciences, was awarded a $500 Love of Learning award from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi—the nation's oldest and most...
Progress continues on STEM Building
Construction on NDSU’s STEM Classroom and Lab Building continues to move along.
Construction started in summer 2014 and is expected to wrap up by late November. Students will start taking classes in...
Graduate student earns international peace scholarship
Kar Mun Koh, a graduate student in NDSU’s electrical and computer engineering department, received a $7,000 P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship. P.E.O. stands for Philanthropic Educational...
Provost announces tenure, promotion list for 2015
NDSU Provost Ingram announced 55 NDSU faculty members have been awarded promotions and/or received tenure, effective the 2015-16 academic year. Promotions were recommended by NDSU Provost Beth Ingram...
NDSU student interns for Library of Congress
NDSU student Mohamed Abdirahman, an English major from St. Paul, Minnesota, has been selected to participate in the prestigious Junior Fellows Summer Intern Program at the Library of Congress. The...
NDSU to host 'How We Survive' writing workshop
The Red River Valley Writing Project at NDSU is set to host "How We Survive: Writing it Down," a writing workshop focusing on survival stories, Saturday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to noon at Richard H....
Science Olympiad teams compete at national tournament
Two North Dakota teams competed in the National Science Olympiad tournament at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln May 16. The state tournament for North Dakota was held at NDSU.
Teams from Bismarck...