NDSU names Student Nurse of the Year
Leah Hermanson has been named the NDSU School of Nursing’s Student Nurse of the Year for the 2015-16 academic year.
Hermanson is a junior nursing student and active member of NDSU’s Student Nurses...
NDSU campaign uses social norming to promote positive academic behaviors
Perception is not always reality when it comes to the study habits of college students. In fact, NDSU students consistently underestimate how much time and effort their peers are putting into being...
NDSU student helps recover grandfather's lost military award
NDSU student Rachel Petersen worked to recover her grandfather’s lost award for military heroism and continues to increase awareness for veteran rights and recognition.
Earl Kothman, Petersen’s...
NDSU project may revolutionize smartphone technology
NDSU researchers suggest a new smart phone project may spark an economic boom in the region. The project, "Tunable Power Amplifier for Smart Phones," has received $100,000 in funding from the North...
Western Dakota Crops Day set for Dec. 17
The 32nd annual Western Dakota Crops Day show is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 17, at the armory in Hettinger, North Dakota.
Registration opens at 9 a.m. with coffee and doughnuts, and presentations...
Animal sciences faculty member serves on national panel
Lauren Hanna, assistant professor of animal sciences – genetic improvement of livestock, recently served on the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s Peer Review Panel for the...
NDSU staff complete leadership program
Lisa Benz, NDSU telecommunications analyst, and Ruth Buffalo, a graduate assistant in NDSU's American Indian Public Health Resource Center, were among the first graduates of the Women's Leadership...
Student-athlete recognized for volunteerism, civic involvement
NDSU men's basketball senior student-athlete Chris Kading is among the nominees for the 2016 Allstate NABC Good Works Team, it was announced Dec. 2 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. ...
Moo University workshops set
The value of a pregnant cow is the focus of the I-29 "Moo-University" annual winter workshop series.
The I-29 Dairy Outreach Consortium workshops are scheduled at these five locations in January:
Faculty member presents athletic training research in Japan
Katie Lyman, NDSU assistant professor of health nutrition and exercise sciences, was a featured speaker at the 30th annual research symposium of the Kinesio Taping Association Nov. 21-23 in Tokyo,...