Business students compete in human resources competition
A team of NDSU College of Business students won a human resources case study competition at the 2017 North Dakota Human Resources Games and Student Conference at NDSU’s Barry Hall on Feb. 4. ...
Black History Month to feature film, speakers
The NDSU Office of Multicultural Programs invites the campus and F-M community to events in honor of Black History Month.
The schedule includes:
• “Open Mic”
Thursday, Feb. 9, 7 p.m.
Keynote speakers named for annual cyber security conference
Keynote speakers for 2017 ND Cyber Security Conference include experts on change leadership and identity theft. The one-day conference is scheduled for Thursday, March 16, on the NDSU campus.
NDSU recognized for sustainable campus forestry
NDSU has received "Tree Campus USA" designation from the Arbor Day Foundation for the fifth straight year. The national program honors institutions for promoting healthy trees and engaging students...
Poverty simulation registration open
The campus community is invited to participate in NDSU’s next poverty simulation, scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 15, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains room.
Participants must stay for...
Learning opportunities offered during International Week
A variety of educational events are planned for NDSU’s International Week 2017 Feb. 6-10, sponsored by NDSU International Student and Study Abroad Services.
Monday, Feb. 6
Parade of Nations, 1...
Doctoral students share research
Developmental science doctoral students presented research and interactive activities on optimal aging to two groups of older adults at Broadway Station and Touchmark at Harwood Groves senior...
Student studying cancer treatment wins Three Minute Thesis competition
A graduate student studying cancer treatment gave the winning presentation at NDSU's Three Minute Thesis Competition, hosted Feb. 1 by the NDSU College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies. ...
Foundation and Alumni Association reports record year
Philanthropists provided a record-breaking $52.3 million through the NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association during the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2016.
This is up dramatically from the $28.6...
NDSU researcher receives $5 million grant for neuroscience center
NDSU researcher Mark McCourt recently secured a $5 million grant to fund the Center for Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience at North Dakota State University for another five years. The center generates...