Pharmacy alumnus to receive national recognition
NDSU alumnus Larry K. Ellingson will be recognized for his contributions to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with an Honorary Membership at the organization’s annual meeting during October in...
NDSU student receives national nursing scholarship
NDSU names Pharmacy Preceptors of the Year
NDSU’s School of Pharmacy has announced awards to pharmacists who help educate students as they pursue their future careers.
Natasha Petry, assistant professor of pharmacy practice in the NDSU School...
NDSU School of Nursing at Sanford Health graduates take different paths that converge to serve their community
Two students graduating from NDSU School of Nursing at Sanford Health took very different paths to achieve their degrees, but both of them plan to stay in Bismarck, North Dakota, to help care for...
Student Nurses of the Year recognized
Katie Unbehaun and Tyra Karel have been recognized as the NDSU School of Nursing’s Student Nurses of the Year.
Karel, a native of Eagan, Minnesota, was named Student Nurse Of the Year at the NDSU...
NDSU student relates COVID-19 experience to blog
Savannah Lee Smith, a student in NDSU’s Master of Public Health Program, recently submitted a first-hand account of her COVID-19 experience to the blog of the Center for Native American Youth at the...
NDSU nursing takes skills online
When NDSU nursing faculty pivoted to online learning during the coronavirus pandemic, many of them had previously used a variety of virtual tools to teach students.
“We're trying to focus on...
NDSU students help conduct COVID-19 antibody testing
NDSU Master of Public Health students recently helped Paul Carson, NDSU professor of practice and director of antimicrobial practice at Sanford Health, and the North Dakota Department of Health...
College of Health Professions professor receives Mentoring Excellence Award
Mark Strand, professor in the College of Health Professions, has been selected to receive NDSU’s Mentoring Excellence Award, which was established with the NDSU Foundation by an anonymous donor.
Health services students engage in real world opportunities
When NDSU health services students placed Public Health 101 in their class schedules, they had no idea how the world would change, offering them real world education in real time.