NDSU to offer sustainability, stockmanship workshops
The NDSU Extension Service is scheduled to hold sustainability and stockmanship workshops at Linton Livestock in Linton, North Dakota, on Wednesday, Nov. 18, and Kist Livestock in Mandan, North...
Barley and malt course draws high attendance
High attendance at the Barley and Malting Quality: A Field to Brewhouse Perspective short course was evidence of the changes in the U.S. malting and brewing industries. The course was held Oct. 12-15...
NDSU food and nutrition specialist to be honored
Julie Garden-Robinson, NDSU Extension Service food and nutrition specialist, will be the recipient of a 2015 Regional Excellence in Extension Award.
Garden-Robinson, also a professor in NDSU's...
NDSU distinguished alumni to be recognized
The ninth annual NDSU Distinguished Alumni Award Program is scheduled for November. Sponsored by the various colleges at NDSU, the program recognizes the accomplishments of outstanding alumni. It also...
Ag producers income tax management program set for Nov. 18
A tax management program sponsored by the NDSU Extension Service and Internal Revenue Service is scheduled to be offered Nov. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon at 10 interactive video sites across North Dakota....
NDSU to host BEST Robotics competition
Middle and high school students from 17 area schools are set to compete this weekend in a robotics competition at NDSU.
The NDSU College of Engineering is scheduled to host the Bison BEST Robotics...
Research Experience for Undergraduates pilot program announced
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, known as ND EPSCoR, has announced a new pilot program called Research Experience for Undergraduates. The program provides the...
NDSU students participate in Model Arab League conference
The NDSU Model United Nations Club took part in the first Upper Midwest Model Arab League conference Oct. 23-25 at the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks.
Model Arab League is similar to Model...
Native American Heritage Month opening ceremony, events scheduled
The opening ceremony of Native American Heritage Month is scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 5, at 11 a.m. in NDSU’s Grandmother Earth's Gifts of Life Garden. It is one of a several educational events...
Science Café to examine achievements of 'man who fed the world'
NDSU's next Science Café will discuss the many contributions of 1970 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Norman Borlaug.
David S. Buchanan, professor of animal sciences and associate dean for academic...