Faculty member evaluates state pretrial pilot project
Andrew “A.J.” Myer, associate professor of criminal justice, has been awarded a contract to work with the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation to evaluate the pretrial pilot...
NDSU pharmacy faculty receive grant to stem opioid misuse and accidental overdose in state
A faculty team at NDSU School of Pharmacy received a $284,000 grant award for a program to help stem opioid misuse and prevent accidental drug overdoses across North Dakota.
The one-year grant...
Ekre Grassland Preserve honored
Jack Norland at the Ekre Grassland Preserve.
The Ekre Grassland Preserve, managed by the NDSU School of Natural Resource Sciences and NDSU Development Foundation, has been awarded the Friend of the...
Professor receives Tri-College University’s Innovation and Adaptive Education Award
Cheryl Wachenheim, professor of agribusiness and applied economics, has been recognized with the Tri-College University Excellence in Innovation and Adaptive Education Award.
The honor acknowledges...
Plant sciences professor receives NDSU’s Gunkelman Award
Ed Deckard, NDSU professor of plant sciences, has been selected to receive the 2020 Mary McCannel Gunkelman Award. Avirtual award ceremony hosted by the NDSU Staff Senate was held Oct. 15.
Former dean to be honored by national group
Virginia Clark Johnson, dean emeritus of the NDSU College of Human Sciences and Education, is scheduled to receive the Board on Human Sciences Lifetime Achievement Award during the Association of...
NDSU Extension agents, specialists honored
NDSU Extension agents and specialists received several awards during the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences’ 86th annual session, which was held virtually because of the...
Weather network awarded $6.4 million grant
This NDAWN station is located southwest of Fargo.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network a $6.4 million five-year contract to retrofit existing...
Students win People’s Choice Award at innovation competition
A team of NDSU engineering and architecture students won the $500 People’s Choice Award at the Disruptive Innovation Challenge held Sept. 29 in Bismarck, North Dakota. The event was sponsored by...
Extension specialist receives ag research and education grant
Abbey Wick, associate professor in the School of Natura Resource Sciences and Extension soil health specialist, has been selected to receive a $89,817 grant from the North Central Region Sustainable...