NDSU hosts 2017 Science Olympiad
NDSU hosted the North Dakota Science Olympiad on April 22. Approximately 730 North Dakota students in grades 6-12 competed in the state science competition for a chance to advance to nationals.
NDSU assistant professor's research mentioned in Newsweek
Intellectual property and technology transfer conference scheduled
The Intellectual Property and Tech Transfer Conference has been scheduled for Thursday, May 11, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the NDSU Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center.
Topics at the event include IP...
Business students compete in regional human resources competition
A team of NDSU College of Business students competed in the Western Regional Human Resources Games Case Competition and Career Summit in Tigard, Oregon, held March 30-31.
Teams of students wrote...
NDSU to award honorary doctorate to ag visionary
Longtime NDSU faculty member and administrator H. Roald Lund has been selected to receive an Honorary Doctorate in Agriculture during NDSU commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, May 13, in...
NDSU anthropology team searches for Native American tribe's history
NDSU anthropology students gained real-world experience through an archeological field school last summer led by assistant professor John Creese.
Creese and his students spent four weeks in...
Faculty member receives sustainable agriculture grant
Abbey Wick, assistant professor in the NDSU School of Natural Resource Sciences, recently was recommended to receive a $29,488 grant from the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and...