NDSU set to host joint symposium with Kagoshima University, Japan
NDSU is scheduled to host the NDSU-KU Joint Symposium on Biotechnology, Nanomaterials and Polymers Oct. 3-5 in the Memorial Union.
Since 2015, NDSU has collaborated with Kagoshima University in Japan...
Biological sciences seminar to feature Canadian researcher
The NDSU Department of Biological Sciences is scheduled to host a seminar by Mason W. Kulbaba, a postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary, Alberta,...
Promotion seminar to feature bat researcher
The NDSU Department of Biological Sciences is set to host a faculty promotion presentation by Erin Gillam, associate professor of biological sciences.
The seminar, titled “Bats, Birds, and Degus – Oh...
Active learning exercise published
An active learning exercise started by Birgit Pruess, professor of microbiological sciences, in the Gateways ND program recently was published in CourseSource.
The exercise consists of a pasta...
Memorial celebration for retired faculty member set
James Council, professor emeritus of psychology, died July 19. The campus community is invited to a celebration of his life and contributions on Thursday, Aug. 29, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the...
NDSU Joins NSF-funded Center for Bioplastics and Biocomposites
NDSU has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to become a university site of the Center for Bioplastics and Biocomposites, known as CB2. The center is part of NSF’s Industry–University...
Search begins for new science and mathematics dean
Interim Provost Ken Grafton has appointed a search committee to find NDSU’s next dean of science and mathematics. The search committee is comprised of faculty, staff, students and alumni from a broad...
NDSU students advance to National Cybersecurity Competition quarterfinal
A pair of NDSU students participating in the Cyber FastTrack program have advanced to the quarterfinals. NDSU and Williston State University tied with the highest student advancement percentage for...
NDSU research proves area fish species lives beyond 100 years
Research recently completed at NDSU has proven that the Bigmouth Buffalo (Ictiobus cyprinellus), a fish native to North America, lives more than eight decades longer than previously thought.
Inspiring Teacher: Jessie Rock, lecturer in geosciences
Jessie Rock teaches introductory geology labs, physical geology labs and Earth Through Time geology labs. She uses NDSU’s extensive collections of minerals, rocks, fossils and other physical...