Inspiring Teacher: Bradford Strand, professor of health, nutrition and exercise
Brad Strand is educator who believes in the full potential of each of his students. He is a nationally recognized authority on physical education curriculum and sports-related research, and his...
Senior earns national scholarship
NDSU senior Laura Jennen, a hospitality and tourism management major, has been selected for the prestigious National Association of College and University Food Services’ Clark E. DeHaven Scholarship f...
NDSU researchers seek input for health care study
North Dakota consumers can share their experiences in a multistate research study about their interaction with health insurance and the health care system.
"This research project is a chance for...
Professor named fellow of interior design organization
Susan Ray-Degges, professor and interior design program coordinator, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Interior Designers. It is the society’s highest honor, with less than 1 percent...
Sports management students volunteer at NFL draft
Students in the NDSU Sport Management program recently had a learning opportunity of a lifetime: They volunteered at the 2019 National Football League draft.
A total of 23 students traveled to...
Distinguished alumna: Get involved, give back
Enjoy every opportunity NDSU offers, and then generously give back.
That’s the wise advice to students by Deborah Davis, the 2019 Distinguished Alumna of the College of Human Development and...
Faculty in residence participants announced
NDSU Residence Life has announced two faculty members will participate in the Faculty in Residence Program. They are Ryan Kota, assistant professor of sport management, and Ethan Boldt, incoming...
Commencement speaker: Take pride in your successes
Graduating senior Marisa Pacella has a message for her classmates – pause, reflect and then move forward.
She’ll offer her advice as class representative during the NDSU commencement ceremony Satur...
The most memorable part of the NDSU experience, according to new grads
Eight May 2019 graduates share their future plans and what they will remember about their NDSU experience.
Major: Management communication
Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona
NDSU commencement to feature student speakers, classical soloist
A total of 1,486 graduating students are planning to participate in NDSU spring commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., in the Fargodome. Approximately 2,100...