NDSU nursing professor to present about the politics of sex education in North Dakota
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute will host Molly Secor-Turner, NDSU assistant professor of nursing and public health, for a Zoom presentation of “Politics of Sex Education in North Dakota” at noon…
NDSU Student Nurses of the Year named
Emily Omvig, NDSU Student Nurse of the Year in Fargo.
Meghan Friese and Emily Omvig were recently selected as Student Nurses of the Year by the NDSU School of Nursing.
Friese was named at Sanford…
NDSU pharmacy faculty receive statewide awards
Three NDSU School of Pharmacy faculty members have received awards from the North Dakota Pharmacists Association during its annual meeting in April.
- Dr. Amy Werremeyer – All…
College of Health Professions announces Dean's Award for Excellence recipients
The NDSU College of Health Professions announced recipients of the Dean's Awards of Excellence for 2021.
“This past year during a pandemic provided challenges to everyone. The fact that these award…
Pharmacy practice associate professor receives service award
Elizabeth Skoy, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been recognized with the Chamber of Commerce NDSU Distinguished Faculty Service Award, which honors NDSU faculty members who have made…
NDSU pharmacy student receives national award
NDSU students in health professions receive hands-on experience that makes a difference in patient care and in their future careers. For her work to help underserved populations, pharmacy student…
NDSU pharmacy students play role in vaccinating patients
The COVID-19 pandemic has given NDSU pharmacy students experience with patients in real time in ways they could not have envisioned when they began their pharmacy studies. More than 70 pharmacy…
Alumnus honored by pharmacy organization
NDSU alumnus Jeff Larson, BS ’92, pharmacy, has received the AMCP Experiential Education Preceptor Award for 2021. The group, formerly known as the Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, is the nation’s…
Students volunteer at vaccine clinics
More than 20 NDSU nursing and pharmacy students are volunteering to help Protect the Herd during the COVID-19 vaccination clinics on campus for students, faculty and staff. They received the…
Competition raises funds for NDSU graduate battling cancer
NDSU students collected $7,346.57 during the 10th annual “Battle of the Cents-es” event for an NDSU graduate battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. The fundraising competition, which pits…