Two NDSU entities receive Lifesaver Community Awards
The North Dakota chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention has presented the NDSU School of Nursing and the NDSU Counseling Center with 2019 Lifesaver Community Awards. The entities...
Gate City Bank announces support for NDSU’s Aldevron Tower
Gate City Bank has announced a unique financing arrangement for NDSU’s $28 million Aldevron Tower. The in-kind financial commitment is valued at more than $2.5 million.
The announcement was made at a...
White Coat Ceremonies to welcome health professions students
NDSU College of Health Professions students will mark their admission into the professional pharmacy and nursing programs during upcoming White Coat Ceremonies.
The School of Pharmacy White Coat...
Allied sciences director named
Angela MacAdams has been named as the director of the NDSU allied sciences department in the College of Health Professions.
MacAdams is an experienced educator with 16 years of focus in respiratory...
‘Studying abroad has been the best decision I have made in college’
A world of opportunities awaits NDSU students.
Just ask nursing junior Sarah Fiske, who spent fall semester studying at the University of Grenoble-Alpes in France.
“I was enrolled in an intensive...
NDSU staff win communication honors
Agriculture Communication staff members were honored for their work by the Association for Communication Excellence, known as ACE, and the National Federation of Press Women.
Recognized during ACE’s...
NDSU School of Nursing receives grant to advance care in rural areas
The NDSU School of Nursing is receiving a $1.57 million federal grant award over four years that will help educate future health care professionals that serve rural areas.
The award will make...
NDSU Department of Public Health chair named
NDSUannounced Pamela Jo Johnson has been selected as chair and associate professor of the Department of Public Health in the College of Health Professions. Johnson also was named the Mary J. Berg...
Inspiring Teacher: Kara Falk, assistant professor of practice in nursing
Kara Falk teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the NDSU School of Nursing. Her graduate courses include healthcare delivery systems, finance and informatics as well as practicum courses for...
Pilot study shows potential untapped resource to help people stop smoking
As “World No Tobacco Day” approaches on Friday, May 31, results from a pilot study show there may be another path to help people who want to quit smoking.
A study led by Kelly Buettner-Schmidt,...