NDSU releases new pulse crop varieties
The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station has released two new varieties of pulse crops: ND Dawn yellow pea and ND Crown kabuli chickpea.
"These varieties represent a collaborative effort...
Psychology professor quoted in The Atlantic
Clay Routledge, NDSU professor of psychology and faculty fellow at the Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth, was recently interviewed by The Atlantic. Routledge is featured in an article...
English faculty member co-edits new book
Alison Graham-Bertolini, associate professor of English and women's studies, has co-edited a new collection of essays titled “Understanding the Short Fiction of Carson McCullers.”
The 242-page book,...
NDSU personnel participate in leadership program
Two NDSU employees recently completed the LEAD 21 leadership program.
LEAD 21 is a one-year leadership development program for individuals in research, academics and Extension from land-grant...
NDSU personnel, retirees recognized for years of service
The NDSU Office of Human Resources is recognizing university personnel and recent retirees for their years of dedicated service.
“Thank you to all of the employees for years of service and to our...
Quarter Century Club members recognized
A dedicated group of NDSU employees has joined the Quarter Century Club, which recognizes personnel with 25 years of service to the university.
A banquet in their honor, originally scheduled for May...
Civil engineering professor awarded Faculty Lectureship
Dinesh Katti, Jordan A. Engberg Presidential Professor and professor of civil engineering, has been selected to give the 59th Faculty Lectureship, one of NDSU’s oldest and most prestigious awards. The...
Researcher looks for ways to minimize stress for farm animals
NDSU researcher Chris Byrd is on a mission to improve the lives of livestock.
“I consider myself to be an animal welfare scientist,” said Byrd, assistant professor of animal sciences, who focuses...
NDSU professor named Choral Director of the Year
Michael Weber, professor of choral activities, was named the North Dakota American Choral Directors Association Choral Director of the Year at the association’s recent state conference in Grand...
Making big data practical
People involved with agriculture and hydrology know their decisions need to be data-driven. But when dealing with climate-induced changes to soil and water, the data sets are often huge and...