University Distinguished Professor to give Faculty Lectureship
University Distinguished Professor William Wilson is scheduled to give the Faculty Lectureship at NDSU.
William Wilson, University Distinguished Professor of agribusiness and applied economics and…
Three from NDSU nominated for Women of the Year event
Three members of the NDSU campus community are among 39 women and one business that have been nominated for YWCA Cass Clay's 48th annual Women of the Year Awards event, scheduled for April 26.
Leading economist to give virtual presentation at NDSU
World Trade Organization chief economist Robert Koopman is scheduled to deliver the virtual presentation “COVID-19: Implications for the Future of Globalization and Integration” at NDSU on Tuesday,…
800 Café to host ‘Fiesta Fresca’ meal
The NDSU dietetics program’s 800 Café is set to present a “Fiesta Fresca” take-out meal Thursday, April 15, and Friday, April 16.
Junior dietetic students Jenna Rachey and Hallie Mann have organized…
Extension specialists to host drought webinars
NDSU Extension specialists are set to host a live monthly webinar to assist ranchers as they navigate the current drought in the state. The webinars are scheduled to be held the last Thursday of…
Students volunteer at vaccine clinics
More than 20 NDSU nursing and pharmacy students are volunteering to help Protect the Herd during the COVID-19 vaccination clinics on campus for students, faculty and staff. They received the…
Competition raises funds for NDSU graduate battling cancer
NDSU students collected $7,346.57 during the 10th annual “Battle of the Cents-es” event for an NDSU graduate battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. The fundraising competition, which pits…
NDSU to host coronavirus vaccine clinics
NDSU is set to hold free COVID-19 vaccine clinics on campus Wednesday, March 31, and Wednesday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Sanford Health Athletic Complex. The clinic, offering the…
Tapestry of Inclusion induction ceremony set
The 28th Tapestry of Inclusion ceremony is scheduled for Wednesday, March 31, at noon in Century Theater. A reception is set to follow in the Butte Lounge.
The ceremony also can be viewed via Zoom.
Experimental sociolinguist to participate in NDSU diversity conversation
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU and the YWCA Cass Clay have announced Kelly Elizabeth Wright, doctoral candidate at the University of Michigan, will be the Learning the Language of…