Provost's Office hosts sessions for new, returning faculty
The NDSU Provost's Office recently held events to welcome new faculty and provide professional development for new and returning faculty members.
More than 60 recently hired faculty attended New...
Alumna's career built on helping youth
A chance encounter at her alma mater led Sharon Berry, BS ’75, MS ’83, Ph.D. ’86, psychology, to get a new career through furthering her education.
Berry was visiting family in her hometown of...
NDSU graduate student attends leadership summit
Amreen Mughal, a doctoral student in pharmaceutical sciences at NDSU, attended the Student Vice President Leadership Summit hosted by The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi July 31-Aug. 1 in Salt Lake...
NDSU names director of admission
Merideth Sherlin has been named director of admission at NDSU.
She was selected for the position following a national search. Laura Oster-Aaland, associate vice provost for enrollment management,...
Carrington row crop tours set for Sept. 3
Farmers, crop advisers and agricultural industry representatives can view field research trials and receive production recommendations on corn, dry edible beans and soybeans during row crop field...
Feminist blogger reschedules NDSU visit
Feminist blogger and writer Jessica Valenti is set to come to NDSU Sept. 17 to present "Why Feminism (Still) Matters: Sexism, Culture and Activism" at 5:30 p.m. in Festival Concert Hall.
NDSU students awarded Women's Club scholarships
Two NDSU juniors have been awarded the 2015-16 NDSU Women's Club Scholarship. Biosystems engineering major McKinzie Ernst and psychology major Rachel Todhunter were selected from a competitive...
Science Café to explore role of FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is the focus of NDSU's first Science Café of the academic year, scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 7 p.m. in Stoker's Basement at the Hotel Donaldson in downtown...
NDSU, Sanford Health announce research grant recipients focusing on human health, nutrition
NDSU researcher studies why cells die
In the time it takes to read this sentence, approximately 4 million of your body’s cells have died. Approximately 4 million cells also have been created to replace them.
It’s the mechanisms behind...