Extension agent named Sustainable Ag Hero
Brad Brummond, NDSU Extension Service agriculture and natural resources agent for Walsh County, is one of two people named the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education...
Hettinger Research Extension Center field tour set
The annual NDSU Hettinger Research Extension Center field tour is scheduled for July 12 beginning at 5 p.m. MDT. The crop tour will begin at the new Agronomy and Range Research Laboratory next to the...
NDSU faculty to present research in Europe
John K. Cox, professor of history and department head, has been invited by the Institute of History of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus to participate in a roundtable titled "Issues of East...
NDSU team competes at SAE Baja competition
The NDSU Baja team finished in the middle of the pack during the SAE Baja competition at the Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York, June 9-12. A total of 98 teams took part in the...
NDSU camp introduces high school students to health care careers
The path to learning your professional passion can include an opportunity to participate in it while in high school. A camp set for June 19-23 in NDSU’s College of Health Professions introduces high...
College of Engineering joins national scholars program
NDSU engineering students are taught to think of solutions to issues challenging society. And now some of them will take part in a formal, national program aimed at doing so.
The NDSU College of...
Graduate student recognized at international conference
NDSU cereal Science graduate student Maneka Malalgoda took third place in the Elsevier poster competition at the 13th International Hydrocolloids Conference held in Guelph, Canada, May 16-21.
NDSU lecturer quoted in article about staycations
Elizabeth Albin, lecturer of hospitality and tourism management, was recently featured in an article for WalletHub.com titled “2016’s Best and Worst Cities for Staycations.”
The article by John S....
Administrative secretary receives Gunkelman Award
Suzan Wolter, administrative secretary for International Student and Study Abroad Services, received the prestigious Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award during a ceremony sponsored by Staff...
NATURE closing ceremony scheduled
The closing ceremony for the summer camp of Nurturing American Tribal Undergraduate Research Experience, known as NATURE, is set for Friday, June 17, at NDSU’s West Dining Center.
The ceremony is...