No fee application for graduate courses
If you are interested in improving your skills and getting a start on a graduate degree, it’s not too late to apply. NDSU’s Grad School is waiving application fees for all non-degree applicants…
NDSU student named Summit League Scholar-Athlete of the Year
NDSU women’s track and field athlete Amanda Anderson has been selected as the 2021-2022 Summit League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year across all sports.
The Summit League Scholar-Athlete of the…
First student completes accelerated engineering master’s degree
Breeya Pederson, above, recently became the first student to complete NDSU's agriculture and biosystems engineering accelerated master's degree program.
Breeya Pederson is the first NDSU student to…
‘You’ll never regret getting an education’
Sarah Rocheleau is a busy mother and small business owner. Kacie Schulz is a determined mom focused on personal and professional growth.
They pursued human development and family sciencedegrees at…
NDSU student honored, attends national conference
NDSU transportation and logistics doctoral student Yun Zhou recently was named a 2022 Lifesavers Traffic Safety Scholar and attended the Lifesavers National Conference on Highway Safety Priorities in…
Kreuser voted to Academic All-America third team
NDSU graduate student Rocky Kreuser was voted to the CoSIDA Academic All-America third team, it was announced Tuesday, Mar. 15, by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Celebrating the academic excellence of our student-athletes
The NDSU football team is scheduled to play Montana State University in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision national champiionship game on Saturday, Jan. 8.
Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m., at…
What do the commencement gowns, hoods and adornments mean?
NDSU winter commencement ceremonies are scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17, at Sanford Health Athletic Complex.
The commencement ceremony is one of the oldest and most colorful customs that links 21st…
Zoom open forums scheduled for NDSU dean finalists
Campus interviews have been scheduled with the three finalists for the NDSU dean of graduate and interdisciplinary studies position. Each also will give an online open forum presentation.
“This is an…
Red River Valley Writing Project teacher featured on national podcast
Red River Valley Writing Project consultant and Fargo teacher Caitlin Johnson will be featured on The Write Time podcast with award-winning author Joseph Bruchac at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 10, on…