Social psychologist posts articles for Psychology Today and Scientific American
Clay Routledge, NDSU professor of psychology, recently wrote “Are Americans Really Becoming Less Religious?” for Psychology Today and “We Champion Racial, Gender and Cultural Diversity – Why not...
NDSU Veterans Day ceremony set
NDSU is scheduled to host a military ceremony in honor of Veterans Day on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 8:30 a.m. at the flag plaza near the south entrance of the Memorial Union.
The event is being organized...
Computer science faculty member to edit journal’s cybersecurity issue
Jeremy Straub, assistant professor of computer science has been asked to edit a special issue of the journal Machines on Cyber-Physical System Cybersecurity. The publication is produced by the...
Hispanic Heritage Month events scheduled
The NDSU Office of Multicultural Programs is set to host a variety of events for Hispanic Heritage Month.
Some scheduled events include:
Tuesday, Sept. 20
“Dominicans and Race at Home and in the...
Tile work begins on Wellness Center aquatic addition pools
Tile installation has started on both pools inside the Wallman Wellness Center aquatic addition.
The concrete deck for the facility is finished and the center wall that divides the leisure and lap...
Master Gardener course begins Sept. 9
If you love gardening and sharing your knowledge with others, consider becoming a North Dakota Master Gardener volunteer in collaboration with the NDSU Extension Service.
This year's Master Gardener...
NDSU student-athletes named to Honors Court
Five NDSU men’s basketball players were named to the NABC Honors Court, announced July 26 by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Chris Kading, Dexter Werner, A.J. Jacobson, Paul Miller and...
Food safety webinars start Aug. 17
Field to Fork Wednesday weekly webinars are scheduled to be relaunched Aug. 17.
The series is an effort to increase North Dakotans’ knowledge of food safety in growing, transporting, processing and...
NDSU honor society recognized with national award
NDSU’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Honor Society has received the Most Outstanding Chapter Award from the national organization. The group was recognized during the American Society of Agricultural...
Bison men's basketball team earns Academic Excellence Award
The NDSU men’s basketball team has earned the Team Academic Excellence Award for the third consecutive year. The award is presented by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.