NDSU club recognized at national competition
Members of the NDSU horticulture and forestry club won competition awards at the annual meeting of the American Society for Horticulture Science held in Hawaii Sept.19-22.
The NDSU team took first...
Transgender activist to give NDSU question and answer session
Transgender activist and author Janet Mock is scheduled to give the 2017 Laurie J. Loveland presentation, which will be a question-and-answer session, Thursday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m. in Festival Concert...
NDSU horticulture and forestry club wins regional competition
The NDSU horticulture and forestry club was named first place team overall at the Mid-America Collegiate Horticulture Society conference and competition hosted by the University of...
NDSU researchers examine methods to gain vaccine acceptance
Dr. Paul Carson, professor of practice in the Department of Public Health, and NDSU alumna Lauren Dybsand are featured in a recent Pediatric News article discussing their latest research on how...
NDSU Bookstore director named, reception planned
Kim Anvinson, has been named director of the NDSU Bookstore. She had been serving as interim director the past five months.
A reception to welcome Anvinson is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 1...
Director of NDSU Dining named
Bruce Bollinger, vice president for finance and administration, has announced Katie Tarter has accepted the position as director of NDSU Dining.
Tarter has extensive experience working in various...
Biological sciences seminar to feature entomologist
NDSU’s Department of Biological Sciences, along with co-sponsor USDA Red River Valley Agricultural Research Center, are set to host a seminar by Leigh Boardman, post-doctoral associate in the...
Minor in Tribal and Indigenous Peoples studies approved
An NDSU minor in Tribal and Indigenous Peoples studies has been approved. The minor was approved by the Academic Affairs Council on Aug. 2, and by the Chancellor’s Cabinet on Aug. 8.
"The program is...
Graduate student honored at horticulture meeting
NDSU horticulture master’s student Kyla Splichal won first place for her poster presentation in the Herbs, Spices and Medicinal Plant Working Group's first graduate student poster competition at the...
Center executive director named
Dana “Dane” Skow has been hired as the executive director of the Center for Computationally Assisted Science and Technology, known as CCAST. He will begin his position at NDSU on Oct. 23.