English professor receives book award
A book co-edited by Bruce Maylath, professor of English and director of Upper-Division Writing, has received international recognition. “Translation and Localization” was recognized with the...
NDSU announces the School of Design, Architecture and Art
Three NDSU departments are combining to collaboratively strengthen their unique programs for the benefit of students in the state and region.
The architecture, landscape architecture, and visual...
NDSU professor’s painting included in Museum of Art auction
Professor of painting and drawing Kimble Bromley's painting, "A Cool Day on the Pond," will be included in the North Dakota Museum of Art 2020 online auction.
The museum holds the auction annually...
History faculty member’s research highlighted on Library of Congress blog
Associate professor of history Bradley Benton’s research has been featured on a Library of Congress blog as part of National Native American Heritage Month.
The showcased piece is “Myths and...
Emergency management professor gives COVID-19 presentation
Daniel J. Klenow, professor of emergency Management gave a presentation at the annual summit for the Naval Postgraduate School’s Center for Homeland Security and Defense on Nov. 4.
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 to Host 2020 Red River Women's Studies Conference
NDSU's women and gender studies program is set to host the 19th annual Red River Women's Studies Conference on Friday, Oct. 23. This will be the first time the conference is held virtually.
Inspiring Teacher: Angela Smith, associate professor and public history director
In a photo taken before the pandemic, NDSU associate professor Angela Smith teaches her students.
Angela Smith is an admired and respected instructor who firmly believes that students learn best by...
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...
Two Faculty Fellows named
Two NDSU faculty have been named Faculty Fellows for the 2020-2021 academic year in Faculty Affairs/Office of the Provost.
Melissa Vosen Callens, associate professor of practice in the Department...