Inspiring Teacher: Amy Stichman, associate professor of criminal justice
Award-winning NDSU associate professor Amy Stichman teaches criminology, applied research methods, corrections and women and minorities in criminal justice.
Amy Stichman keeps students engaged in…
NDSU students serve in time of need
Jacob Carney, a senior majoring in strategic communication from Bismarck, North Dakota, has been a member of the Minnesota Army National Guard for the past three years.
NDSU students believe in…
Local history radio show to be on national podcast
“Plains Folk,” a weekly radio production written and voiced by Tom Isern, University Distinguished Professor of history, will be featured on NPR One, a national podcast platform. “Plains Folk” is…
NDSU seminar featured in Kansas City publication
An excerpt from a recent NDSU Learning the Language of Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion seminar presented by Joo Ok Kim, assistant professor of American studies at the University of Kansas, is…
Experimental sociolinguist to participate in NDSU diversity conversation
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU and the YWCA Cass Clay have announced Kelly Elizabeth Wright, doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan, will be the Learning the Language of…
National Scholastic Art and Writing Award recipients announced
The Red River Valley Writing Project at NDSU and the Plains Art Museum are proud to share the national award recipients of the 2021 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards.
Presented by the nonprofit…
English faculty member’s book named INDIES Book of the Year Awards finalist
“Understanding the Short Fiction of Carson McCullers,” co-edited by Alison Graham-Bertolini, associate professor with a joint appointment in English and Women and Gender Studies, and Casey Kayser of…
Communication faculty member publishes book
Melissa Vosen Callens, associate professor of practice in communication, has written a new book titled “Ode to Gen X: Institutional Cynicism in ‘Stranger Things’ and 1980s Film,” published by Universi…
History faculty member wins book prize
Donald Johnson, assistant professor of history, was awarded the 2021 Distinguished Book Prize in U.S. History from the Society for Military History for his book, “Occupied America: British Military…
NDSU Women's History Month event scheduled
NDSU's Women and Gender Studies program and the Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies are scheduled to host a virtual Women's History Month event on Wednesday, March 3, at 6 p.m.