Soybean breeder joins NDSU
Carrie Miranda has joined NDSU as an assistant professor and project leader for the soybean breeding program. She also will teach NDSU’s Department of Plant Sciences applied plant breeding and...
'From Flock to Fabric' project to raise NDSU scholarship funds
Photo courtesy Faribault Woolen Mill
NDSU will soon unveil a product that is a must for all Bison fans. The new NDSU Tartan blankets are warm, soft and uniquely NDSU through and through.
Inspiring Teacher: Frayne Olson, associate professor of agribusiness and applied economics
Frayne Olson, NDSU associate professor of agribusiness and applied economics, has worked directly with farm and ranch
managers, agriculture industry leaders and policy makers. These interactions have...
NDSU professor publishes article on drugs to combat COVID-19
Birgit Pruess, NDSU professor of microbiological sciences, has written a review article about drugs being tested to fight COVID-19 and its infection agent, SARS C0V-2.
Oakes Irrigation Site virtual field day set
This year's field day at NDSU's Oakes Irrigation Research Site/Robert Titus Research Farm will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Producers and others will be able to view researchers'...
Inspiring Teacher: Tom DeSutter, professor of soil science and program lead in the School of Natural Resources
Tom DeSutter is considered the salt of the earth when it comes to his knowledge of soils and his compassion for his students.
DeSutter is a respected expert in soil salinity and sodicity, and his...
NDSU receives grant for high-performance computing technology
NDSU researchers will gain a new supercomputing cluster through a Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation. The state-of-the-art system, called “Thunder Prime,” is...
Inspiring Teacher: Erika Berg, associate professor of equine science
This photo was taken before NDSU face covering guidelines. Students, faculty, staff and visitors must on a general basis when around others wear face coverings over their mouth and nose, both indoors...
Central Grasslands Research Extension Center field day to be virtual
The NDSU Central Grasslands Research Extension Center grassland, forage and livestock field day will be held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Producers and others will be able view the center...
New member joins SBARE
John Dhuyvetter of Minot, North Dakota, has joined the North Dakota State Board of Agricultural Research and Education, known as SBARE. He replaces Richard Roland of Crosby, who served two terms on...