Professor-emeritus named president of international research organization
Delegates attending the congress of the International Union for Quaternary Research have elected Allan Ashworth, University Distinguished Professor-Emeritus of geology, president of their organization...
Civil engineering professor gives workshop at national conferences
G. Padmanabhan, professor of civil engineering, was the lead instructor of a one-day workshop, “Modeling for Watershed Management and Total Maximum Daily Load Development (TMDL),” presented during the...
North Dakota Range Management School set
The NDSU Extension Service's 2015 Range Management School for livestock producers scheduled Sept. 9-11 at the North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn.
This event will focus on the principles of range...
NDSU faculty member writes book on tobacco advertising
While the character Don Draper in the television show "Mad Men" looked for a way to first save his cigarette advertising accounts, and then to distance himself from them, a new book — “Tobacco Goes to...
NDSU President Bresciani welcomes incoming students
Members of the freshman class marched through the university gates with NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani, Student Body President Eric McDaniel and other student and university leaders Aug 24. They...
Potato pathologist receives international recognition
Neil C. Gudmestad, University Distinguished Professor of plant pathology, recently garnered international recognition from three organizations for his many contributions to the global potato...
Researcher studies protein crucial to cellular health
An NDSU researcher is using a federal grant to study the structure of a protein critical to maintaining cellular health.
Sangita Sinha, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, received a...
Six students, alumni earn recognition at national convention
Six NDSU Sigma Alpha Sorority students and alumni received national awards during the national convention in St. Louis.
The national award recipients include:
- Caitlyn Krueger, senior elementary...
NDSU biological sciences faculty named life sciences fellows
The National Academies of Science has announced two NDSU biological sciences faculty members have been named National Academies Education Fellows in the Life Sciences. Mary Jo Kenyon, senior lecturer,...
History of North American Plains course offered to the public
Tom Isern, NDSU University Distinguished Professor of history, is offering his popular course "HIST 431/631: The North American Plains" for the public to audit.
The course has been rescheduled and...