NDSU alumna to receive Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics honor
Esther Myers, NDSU College of Human Sciences and Education Distinguished Alumna and dietetics adjunct professor, has been selected to receive the Marjorie Hulsizer Copher Award, the highest honor...
NDSU grant to provide research experiences for middle, high school teachers
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $540,000 grant to NDSU for a project titled "Research Experiences for Teachers: Civil Engineering Instruction for Secondary Education Teachers.” The funds...
Commencement speaker: Enjoy life’s moments
Graduating NDSU senior Makayla Hackman wants her classmates to savor the moment.
That’s the commencement message she’s prepared as class representative, but Hackman will need to wait to deliver...
The most memorable part of the NDSU experience, according to new grads
Nine spring 2020 graduates share their future plans and what they will remember about their NDSU experience.
Hometown: Miltona, Minnesota
Active participation in...
NDSU faculty recognized for innovative teaching
Three accomplished NDSU faculty members have been recognized with the Peltier Award for Teaching Innovation.
• Carrie Ann Platt, associate professor of communication and...
Annual NDSU fashion show to go virtual
NDSU’s annual Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization Fashion Show is moving to an online format. Instead of a typical face-to-face fashion show, students have decided to produce a virtual show...
NDSU researchers to conduct social distancing study
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, NDSU Human Development and Family Science and NDSU Public Health researchers are conducting a study on dealing with social distancing later in life.
800 Café to host 'Spring into Summer' meal
The student-run 800 Café is set to feature a “Spring into Summer” meal on Friday, April 3, in room 312 of the Katherine K. Burgum Family Life Center.
The three-course menu begins with a summer squash...
Miss Okayama ‘Bon Voyage’ reception scheduled
NDSU’s Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection is planning a “Bon Voyage Reception” for Miss Okayama, a Japanese friendship doll. The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m....
NDSU’s ‘Miss Okayama’ to return to Japan for repairs
NDSU’s prized “Miss Okayama” will soon take another trip to Japan for a second round of expert repairs. The 92-year-old Japanese-American Friendship Doll, which is housed in NDSU’s Emily Reynolds...