NDSU researcher receives award to study how countries control online access to information
Dan Pemstein, associate professor of political science and public policy, has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $737,487 to study the impact of misinformation on social media and how…
Inspiring Teacher: Kjersten Nelson, associate professor of political science
Kjersten Nelson, standing, teaches a variety of political science courses. She joined the NDSU faculty in 2009.
Kjersten Nelson remembers what it was like to be a freshman college student. It’s a…
Criminal justice professor writes keynote paper for journal
Carol A. Archbold, Walter F. and Verna Gehrts Endowed Professor and chair of the Department of Criminal Justice, wrote the keynote paper for September’s special section on police accountability for…
Middle East expert to give NDSU talk about Afghanistan
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU is set to host a public forum featuring Roby Barrett of the Middle East Institute in Washington, D.C.
The forum, titled “Afghanistan and its…
Anthropology faculty member works with Wisconsin tribe on archeological project
John Creese, NDSU associate professor of anthropology, has been working with heritage professionals from the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Nation and the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse…
Inspiring Teacher: Kelly Sassi, professor of English
Inspiring teacher Kelly Sassi is a professor of English and director of the Red River Valley Writing Project.
When Kelly Sassi teaches, she sees the experience as a two-way street.
‘One class at a time’
Candy Skauge, a longtime employee at NDSU Libraries and Archives, took classes for 16 years to earn a bachelor's degree in art.
Opportunity, persistence and the desire to continually learn drove…
President Bresciani joins ethics institute advisory board
NDSU president Dean L. Bresciani, has accepted an offer to become a Northern Plains Ethics Institute advisory board member. Institute director Dennis Cooley said Bresciani’s role on the board, which…
NDSU sociology researcher receives grants to study voter roll maintenance
Dane Mataic, assistant professor of sociology, has received two grants in collaboration with three researchers from Pennsylvania State University to study how the process of routine voter roll…
NDSU student wins prestigious music competition
Isaac Lovdahl, an NDSU doctoral student in choral conducting, recently was named the winner of the prestigious Yale Glee Club Emerging Composers Competition.
Lovdahl will receive $1,500 and travel…