Johnson and Naylor baccalaureate student shows on display at NDSU gallery
Andrea Johnson and Meghanne Naylor have exhibits on display in the Memorial Union Art Gallery until Jan. 3. Johnson’s exhibit, titled “Content with Fear,” and Naylor’s exhibit, titled “Portrait of a...
Commencement set for Saturday
A total of 426 students, as of Dec. 11, have indicated they will participate in the NDSU commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 20, at 10 a.m. in the Fargodome. According to Rhonda Kitch, associate...
NDSU students sought for diversity retreat
Faculty and staff are asked to encourage a student to register for Kujenga, scheduled for Jan. 4-6.
Kujenga, which means to build, is a winter diversity retreat designed to develop leadership skills in...
Readers sought for King readings
To honor Martin Luther King Jr., Multicultural Student Services is coordinating the fourth annual campuswide readings of his words. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 21.
According to Malika...
Myers to present recruitment and retention report
Evie Myers, vice president for equity, diversity and global outreach, is scheduled to present a report on feedback from campus meetings about recruitment and retention of women at NDSU.
NDSU researchers appear in “Live from Antarctica” Webcast
NDSU researchers Allan Ashworth and Adam Lewis appeared in a live webcast from McMurdo Station in Antarctica on Dec. 14 to discuss major scientific discoveries made during the filming of the...
Metis Associates to conduct Faculty Worklife Survey
The FORWARD team at NDSU has selected Metis Associates, an independent national research and evaluation firm located in New York, to conduct a program evaluation of all their initiatives. The...
Coach Maughan to begin follow-up treatment for colon cancer
NDSU head wrestling coach Bucky Maughan is scheduled to begin chemotherapy at the MeritCare Roger Maris Cancer Center on Dec. 29 as part of treatment for colon cancer.
Maughan, 67, said a tumor was...
Donations sought to assist coach’s wife
Donations are being sought to benefit Lynn Miller, wife of Jason Miller, Bison assistant strength and conditioning coach. She suffered a stroke on Nov. 16 and remains hospitalized at the University of...
Saddle and Sirloin wins T-shirt exchange competition
The Saddle and Sirloin student organization won NDSU’s first annual Student Organization T-shirt Exchange Competition held Oct. 20-31. The event was part of activities celebrating National Collegiate...