College of Business honors scholarship recipients, donors
The NDSU College of Business and the Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth held the first Distinguished Scholarship Recognition program Oct. 7 in the Louise S. Barry…
College of Business to welcome thought leader in residence
Siri Terjesen is set to visit NDSU’s College of Business Oct. 11-14 as the inaugural CeCe Morken Thought Leader in Residence.
Terjesen is the Phil Smith professor of entrepreneurship and associate…
Faculty member quoted in WalletHub.com story
Somnath Banerjee, assistant professor of marketing, is featured in a recent WalletHub.com article.
The article, titled “87 million Americans will look at cars to buy this Labor Day Weekend,” features…
Welcome back: Finish your degree at NDSU
NDSU finance student Tyre Leapaldt returned to higher education after several years away. He is scheduled to graduate in fall 2022.
Returning to finish your degree doesn’t have to be a hassle. Tyre…
NDSU accounting student earns scholarship
NDSU accounting student Samuel Johnson was among 253 studentsacross the country to receive a $10,000 scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year from the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board.
Marketing faculty member featured in WalletHub article
Somnath Banerjee, assistant professor of marketing, is quoted in a recent WalletHub article about car insurance.
He was one of three experts from around the country featured in “Cheapest Car…
Gunkelman Award recipient brings smile to business students
Susan Council in the College of Business was recognized with the Mary McCannel Gunkelman Award on May 7.
Susan Council, senior academic adviser in the College of Business, has been recognized with…
Academic regalia: what the gowns, hoods and adornments mean
The academic apparel contemporary scholars wear dates back to medieval times and the rise of universities. Medieval scholars dressed in gowns, caps and hoods to distinguish themselves from merchants…
NDSU students serve, learn and succeed
McKinnon Carlson is a busy sophomore from Moorhead, Minnesota, majoring in business administration. He's also a Senior Airman with the 119th Logistics Readiness Squadron, part of the 119th Wing of…
NDSU research examines ways to identify causes of rail accidents
An NDSU researcher recently published a study in the journal Accident Analysis and Prevention, where he tested machine learning techniques to identify key causes of railroad accidents.