Faculty member quoted in two Moneygeek.com articles
Carrie Johnson, NDSU associate professor and Extension specialist, was quoted in two new articles by Moneygeek.com.
Johnson was one of 22 experts from across the country feature in “Expert...
Challey Institute survey: most U.S. adults proud to be Americans
The Archbridge Institute has released the findings of a new survey on national pride, conducted in partnership with NDSU’s Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth. The survey reveals that...
Steelers co-owner to give NDSU talk
NDSU’s Sport Management program is set to host Jim Rooney, co-owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers, for a presentation via Zoom.
Rooney’s presentation is scheduled Wednesday, Jan. 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the...
Field to Fork webinar series set
NDSU Extension again will host the Field to Fork Wednesday webinar series, starting in February.
Experts from across the region will provide information about growing, processing and serving...
NDSU professor co-edits book on archaeological chemistry
Seth Rasmussen, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, has co-edited a new book, titled “Archaeological Chemistry: A Multidisciplinary Analysis of the Past.”
The 519-page book, published by...
NDSU renames research greenhouse to honor former governor
North Dakota State University’s North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Research Greenhouse has been renamed the John Stewart Dalrymple III Agricultural Research Greenhouse.
The name change was...
NDSU year in review
NDSU had many inspiring moments in 2020.
As we finish up this remarkably challenging year, we wanted to reflect on some of the many NDSU accomplishments of 2020.
Here are 30 noteworthy and...
NDSU students, faculty take part in North Central Weed Science Society’s 75th annual meeting
Past and present NDSU weed scientists participated and were honored when the North Central Weed Science Society celebrated its 75th annual meeting virtually Nov. 30-Dec. 2.
NDSU graduate students and...
NDSU health professions students help administer COVID-19 vaccine
More than 190 NDSU students in nursing and pharmacy are part of history while gaining practical experience.
Students are helping healthcare systems across the region to efficiently administer...
Posthumous degree awarded during virtual winter commencement celebration
During the 2020 virtual winter commencement celebration, North Dakota State University will award a posthumous bachelor’s degree to Pierce Kvien, a mechanical engineering major, who died Aug. 15.