NDSU and ND Air National Guard announce partnership for student success
NDSU and the North Dakota Air National Guard have entered into a memorandum of understanding to better serve the research, service, educational and workforce needs of North Dakota. The goal is to...
NDSU students to volunteer for MLK service day
An estimated 200 NDSU students are expected to provide a helping hand to local nonprofit organizations during the upcoming Martin Luther King Service Plunge, scheduled for Monday, Jan. 20.
Bison student-athletes continue academic success
NDSU student-athletes have excelled both in the classroom and athletic competition, consistently earning national recognition during the past decade.
NDSU linebacker Jackson Hankey continued that...
Inspiring Teacher: Carol A. Archbold, professor of criminal justice
Carol Archbold is intrigued by the criminal justice system, and she loves to share her expertise with students. Archbold, who is a professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Political...
Online graduate programs: Family and consumer sciences education
Danielle Bollman is a family and consumer sciences teacher who is pursuing an online master’s degree in family and consumer sciences education. With a bachelor’s degree in psychology, she chose...
Two student-athletes named to Academic All-Star Team
The Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association has named 53 student-athletes to the 22nd annual Academic All-Star Team, including NDSU fullback Garrett Malstrom and tight end...
Benefits of having an academic minor
Every undergraduate student chooses a major. It’s their primary area of study and determines what classes they take. It’s the question students get asked a million times during their first year:...
Online graduate programs: Community development
Adam Reeck, a high school history teacher from Lakeside, Arizona, chose to pursue a master’s degree from NDSU because of its affordability and flexibility.
“All online was a huge benefit,” he...
Campus Police officer, custodian receive Campus Kudos
The NDSU Staff Senate Recognition Committee honored Campus Police officer Benjamin Wenger and West Bison Court custodian Mark Geigle with January's Campus Kudos awards during a presentation Jan. 8.
Football student-athlete wins Elite 90 Award
NDSU linebacker Jackson Hankey won the NCAA Elite 90 Award presented Jan. 10 at the NCAA Division I Football Championship banquet in Frisco, Texas.
The award is presented to the student-athlete with...