NDSU Jazz Festival returns to campus Feb. 2-3
The NDSU Challey School of Music is set to host its 40th NDSU Jazz Festival Feb. 2-3 in Festival Concert Hall at the Reineke Fine Arts building. NDSU will welcome 20 middle school and high school…
NDSU architecture students meet with Minot leaders to kickoff downtown design project
NDSU architecture students tour Minot, North Dakota, in preparation for a design project to create a vision for the community's downtown. Photo courtesy of Minot Area Chamber EDC.
NDSU students are…
Forum to examine proposed tenure legislation
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU is scheduled to host a public forum titled “Reimagining Tenure in Higher Education: HB 1446,” featuring North Dakota House of Representatives Majority…
Colloquium to feature NDSU history professor
“Should Historians Translate? A Humanities Colloquium,” featuring John K. Cox, NDSU professor of history, is scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 2, at 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Zandbroz in downtown Fargo.
Forum to address state employees and political process
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU is scheduled to present “Knowing Your Rights and Wrongs: How to Engage Politically as a State Employee” Tuesday, Jan. 17, from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Performing arts students recognized for musical achievements
Students in NDSU’s Division of Performing Arts have collected a number of honors and recognitions during the final months of the fall semester.
Challey Doctoral Fellow Isaac Lovdahl will premiere a…
Theatre NDSU production to be featured at Kennedy Center festival
Theatre NDSU’s production of “Alabaster” has been selected for the regional Kennedy Center American College Festival.
Theatre NDSU’s recent production of “Alabaster” has been selected to perform at…
Interim deans announced
Interim Provost David Bertolini has announced Stephenson Beck, professor and chair of communication, and Carrie Anne Platt, professor of communication and associate dean, have been selected to serve…
NDSU Press Indigenous Peoples series wins awards, national publicity
Books in the Contemporary Voices of Indigenous Peoples series published by NDSU Press have been in the spotlight recently.
“Stringing Rosaries: The History, the Unforgivable, and the Healing of…
Political science professor named Clouston Family Fellow
Nicholas Bauroth, NDSU professor of political science, was named the department’s inaugural Clouston Family Political Science and Public Policy Faculty Fellow.
With the fellowship, Bauroth plans to…