Chair of public health department to speak at summit cohosted by President Clinton
Donald Warne, chair of the Department of Public Health, is scheduled to take part in a town hall event kicking off a two-day health summit hosted by President Bill Clinton and Clinton Foundation Vice...
Professor earns NSF grant for power grid research
Nilanjan Ray Chaudhuri, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a $132,182 National Science Foundation grant to research and develop a model that could...
Business dean candidates schedule visits to NDSU
Three candidates for dean of the College of Business are set to come to NDSU for interviews and an open forum.
“We are excited to be bringing a strong set of finalists to campus,” said Kent...
NDSU researchers awarded NSF grant for ambitious power systems project
NDSU researchers are leading a team that has been awarded a $496,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled "CPS: Breakthrough: Collaborative Research: WARP: Wide Area...
Library grand re-opening celebration set
The NDSU Main Library has scheduled a grand re-opening ceremony for Friday, Jan. 29, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The dedication and ribbon-cutting ceremony will feature refreshments, student prizes and...
Journalism student displays North Dakota photos
The NDSU Department of Communication is showcasing the photographic talents of one of its outstanding students.
Throughout spring semester, the department will display 25 photographs by Jack Dura, a...
Emergency management students win academic poster competition
Recent NDSU emergency management graduates Katherine (Schulz) Mortenson and James Sink were awarded first place for undergraduate research in the 2015 International Association of Emergency Managers...
Hearing on proposed pipeline gives learning opportunity
NDSU faculty, staff and students have a chance to provide input and see first-hand how oil projects are developed in the state.
The North Dakota Public Service Commission has scheduled a public...
NDSU art student recognized
Candy Skauge, senior art major and NDSU staff member, has been selected as the January Honorary Student of the Month by Uptown Gallery. Her painting, titled “Beauty,” is now on exhibit in the gallery,...
Faculty member to be honored for public service
Kevin Brooks, NDSU professor of English, has been selected to receive the Fargo Human Relations Award for outstanding public service. He will be recognized at the Fargo Human Relations Commission's...