Graduate student, faculty member receive agriculture research grant
Hanna Karevold, graduate research assistant in the NDSU Department of Biological Sciences, along with Erin Gillam, associate professor of biological sciences, have been selected to receive a $14,850...
Student researchers present at microbiological meeting
Graduate and undergraduate researchers from the NDSU Department of Veterinary and Microbiological Sciences presented research at the 80th annual meeting of the North Central Branch of the American...
'Mini poplar gardens' pair research and outreach
Jill Hamilton, NDSU assistant professor of biological sciences, is participating in a new garden-based research network, funded by the National Science Foundation Plant Genome Research program.
NDSU leading international research team to protect Naval vessels from fouling
NDSU has received a three-year, $5,792,117 grant from the Office of Naval Research to combat contaminants on ship hulls and ice on ship structures.
“Infrastructure is constantly plagued by the...
Inspiring Teacher: Maria Alfonseca-Cubero, associate professor of mathematics
NDSU associate professor Maria Alfonseca-Cubero wants students to share her enthusiasm for mathematics.
Maria Alfonseca-Cubero, associate professor of mathematics, wants students to be comfortable in...
NDSU receives grant for high-performance computing technology
NDSU researchers will gain a new supercomputing cluster through a Major Research Instrumentation grant from the National Science Foundation. The state-of-the-art system, called “Thunder Prime,” is...
New Challey Institute study shows the power of meaning
The Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth has published a new study on the effects of meaning on views toward capitalism, entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial...
NDSU researchers grow a forest
A brand new forest is growing just west of the NDSU campus.
Comprised of 1,600 poplar trees, the new arboretum is part of an National Science Foundation-funded project led by Jill Hamilton, NDSU...
NDSU researchers synthesize silicon-based quantum dots
NDSU researchers recently developed a new method of creating quantum dots made of silicon, one of the most utilized semiconductors in the world.
Quantum dots, or nanocrystals, are tiny nanometer...
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.
Major: Biological Sciences
Hometown: Andover, Minnesota