NDSU faculty, alumna edit book on historical sex work
Kristen Fellows, assistant professor of anthropology; Angela Smith, associate professor of history and public history director; and NDSU alumna Anna Munns have co-edited “Historical Sex Work: New...
Care19 app aims to slow the state's spread of virus
An NDSU alumnus is an important player in North Dakota’s fight against COVID-19.
Tim Brookins, BS ’87, MS ’90, electric and electronic engineering, is the founder of ProudCrowd LLC, a software...
NDSU virtual jobs fairs offer opportunity
A series of upcoming virtual jobs fairs will give NDSU students and alumni an opportunity to explore internships and career opportunities.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the events will be held...
Harvest Bowl program postponed
The 47th annual Harvest Bowl program at NDSU will be postponed until 2021. The program was to be held on Nov. 13 and 14.
"During this challenging year, the Harvest Bowl Committee has continued to...
Pharmacy alumnus to receive national recognition
NDSU alumnus Larry K. Ellingson will be recognized for his contributions to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with an Honorary Membership at the organization’s annual meeting during October in...
NDSU alumna to receive Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics honor
Esther Myers, NDSU College of Human Sciences and Education Distinguished Alumna and dietetics adjunct professor, has been selected to receive the Marjorie Hulsizer Copher Award, the highest honor...
NDSU alumna active in battle against pandemic
An NDSU alumna holds an important position with a research company on the front lines of the Covid-19 fight.
Researchers at BioFire Diagnostics, a leader in syndromic infectious disease testing...
Alumnus co-writes children’s book on coping with the pandemic
NDSU alumnus Tristan Pollock and his family decided a group project was a perfect way to pass the time during the pandemic. Using their collective talents, they have produced a children’s book...
NDSU Bookstore to partner with Miranda Made clothing line
The NDSU Bookstore is set to launch a partnership with Miranda Made, a limited edition one-of-a-kind clothing line, effective Friday, April 17. The Miranda Made products are officially licensed by...
NDSU alumna is finalist for Global Teacher Prize
NDSU alumna Leah Juelke is one of 50 finalists for the $1 million Global Teacher Prize 2020. The award, sponsored by the Varkey Foundation is presented annually to an exceptional teacher who has made...