Business, psychology faculty, alumna publish research
Faculty in the NDSU College of Business and the Department of Psychology recently had research published or accepted for publication.
S. Krishnakumar, associate professor of management; Kay Hopkins,...
Little black dress exhibit featured at NDSU
A new exhibit, "Celebrating the Little Black Dress," is on display at NDSU. The Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection is featuring dresses from 1940 to the 1960s.
The little black dress has been...
Tree selections introduced
Two new woody plant selections were introduced by the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and the NDSU Research Foundation during 2015. They are Lavaburst Ohio Buckeye and September Flare...
Memorial service scheduled for longtime faculty member
Chung S. Park, professor of animal sciences, died Jan. 18 at age 74. A celebration of his life is planned for Saturday, Feb. 13, at 2 p.m. at Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.
More information is...
Emergency management faculty awarded grant to study hurricane evacuation
NDSU researchers, along with colleagues from Purdue University and Virginia Tech University, have been selected to receive a $2.5 million National Science Foundation Hazards Science, Engineering and...
French Film Festival set for NDSU
The NDSU Department of Modern Languages is set to sponsor a French Film Festival, scheduled to run from Feb. 4 to March 3. A total of six films, with English subtitles, will be shown during the...
University Distinguished Professor honored by potato group
Neil Gudmestad, University Distinguished Professor of plant pathology, received the 2015 Potato Man for All Seasons Award from the National Potato Council by the potato magazine The Packer. ...
Construction continues inside Wellness Center aquatic addition
The Wallman Wellness Center aquatic addition is fully enclosed and construction is underway on the inside of the facility.
Air ducts have been placed throughout the addition and walls have been...
NDSU to host Veterans Town Hall Meeting
North Dakota Veterans Affairs Commissioner Lonnie Wangen is scheduled to make a stop at NDSU as he visits cities across the state to hold town hall meetings with veterans.
Fargo-area veterans are...
Dean candidates schedule visits to NDSU
Two candidates for dean of the College of Human Development and Education will come to NDSU in the coming weeks. Both candidates are set to present an open forum while on campus.