NDSU to recognize Tri-College University collaboration
NDSU is set to host its sixth annual Campus Community Partnership flag raising to recognize how the Tri-College University benefits the community. The ceremony is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 22, at...
NDSU records 5 percent increase in freshman class
NDSU’s official fourth week enrollment shows a 5 percent increase in first-time freshmen. The 2,633 total is the second highest in NDSU history, just below the 2,661 in 2008. The freshman class ACT...
Researcher receives grant to combat problems caused by diabetes
NDSU researchers have been awarded a $1.3 million National Institutes of Health R01 research grant to combat the negative impact of diabetes on blood vessels.
Yagna Jarajapu, associate professor of...
Plant sciences faculty member recognized
NDSU employees, students help make Fargo a welcoming place
Welcoming Week Fargo-Moorhead is Sept. 14-24, and NDSU employees and students plan to be actively engaged during the 10 days of events.
The local activities are based on National Welcoming Week,...
NDSU alumna excels at international song competition
Mezzo-soprano Clara Osowski, Bachelor of Music ’08, accompanied by Tyler Wottrich, assistant professor of piano, NDSU Challey School of Music, took fourth place in the 2017 Wigmore Hall/Kohn...
NDSU concert set for hurricane relief
NDSU Performing Arts and the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra are partnering on a benefit concert for hurricane relief scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 17, at 2 p.m. in Festival Concert Hall of the NDSU...
NDSU physics student to receive Astronaut Scholarship
Carly Snell, an NDSU senior majoring in physics, has been selected to receive the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship Foundation scholarship for the 2017-18 academic year.
She is one of 45 students...
NDSU to hold math day for high school women
The NDSU Department of Mathematics is set to host the 21st annual Sonia Kovalevsky Day, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 23, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m.
The Sonia Kovalevsky Mathematics High School Day...
Ground broken for new Catherine Cater Hall
A groundbreaking ceremony for Catherine Cater Hall, NDSU’s newest residence hall, was held Sept. 12.
Named for the much-beloved late professor emeritus of English, the structure has a $39 million...