NSF Day at NDSU to attract researchers from across region
NDSU is set to host NSF Day at NDSU, a workshop that provides researchers with instruction on competing for National Science Foundation funding for science, engineering and education research. The...
Chamber Music Festival to offer free concerts
The NDSU Chamber Music Festival, scheduled for May 22-26, will feature a free series of intimate and dynamic concerts featuring NDSU student pianists and world-class string players performing chamber...
Faculty in NDSU College of Health Professions receive awards
Four faculty members in the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University have been recognized for their contributions to service, advising and research. Those who received awards...
NDSU helps create television content celebrating American Indian nurses
Four newly-developed public service announcements featuring the journey of American Indian nurses are being highlighted on America’s only television network devoted to American Indian health.
NDSU writing contest winners announced
The winners of NDSU’s first W-Challenge writing contest were announced during the inaugural Showcase of Student Writing on May 3.
In the contest, undergraduate students were invited to submit...
NDSU to offer new online nursing program
The NDSU School of Nursing will begin a new online, blended RN to BSN program starting in fall semester 2016 and is currently accepting applications.
The online, part-time program provides...
Graduate student earns first dual pharmacy, public health degree from NDSU
Robert Willborn likes to examine health care needs from many different angles. It’s just one of the reasons he combined pharmacy with public health while pursuing his education at NDSU. He will be the...
National Agricultural Genotyping Center to benefit from NDSU network
North Dakota farmers and researchers have a new resource to help agriculture in the state stay ahead of the curve.
The National Agricultural Genotyping Center will open a new location at the...
Student wins international poster competition
Hazila Khalid, an NDSU doctoral candidate in cereal science, won the Poster Presentation Competition Award for best poster at the 15th International Cereal and Bread Congress held in Istanbul, Turkey,...
NDSU receives $2 million grant for cover crop research
The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently awarded a nearly $2.15 million grant to North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station scientists at NDSU for a project to demonstrate how cover crops can...