History faculty member publishes book on American Revolution
Donald Johnson, assistant professor of history, recently published a book titled "Occupied America: British Military Rule and the Experience of Revolution." The book was published by University of...
NDSU faculty, alumna edit book on historical sex work
Kristen Fellows, assistant professor of anthropology; Angela Smith, associate professor of history and public history director; and NDSU alumna Anna Munns have co-edited “Historical Sex Work: New...
College of Engineering faculty earn research awards
Xiangfu Wu and Dharmakeerthi Nawarathna earned research awards from the NDSU College of Engineering.
Xiangfa Wu, professor of mechanical engineering, has been named the 2020 NDSU College of...
Computer science faculty member featured on national NBC News program
NDSU computer science assistant professor and Challey Institute faculty fellow Jeremy Straub was featured on NBC’s National NBCLX news program Sept 18. Straub was interviewed about the impact and...
College of Engineering faculty recognized for excellence in teaching
Kalpana Katti and Ali Amiri have received teaching awards from the College of Engineering.
The NDSU College of Engineering honored three faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom....
'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 researchers awarded grant for Indigenous-based STEM education
NDSU, North Dakota Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (known as EPSCoR) and partner institutions across the nation have been awarded a one-year, $770,143 collaborative grant from...
Soybean breeder joins NDSU
Carrie Miranda has joined NDSU as an assistant professor and project leader for the soybean breeding program. She also will teach NDSU’s Department of Plant Sciences applied plant breeding and...
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...
Geosciences faculty member receives grants, publishes research
Benjamin J.C. Laabs, associate professor of geosciences, has received two research grants and published a paper in a leading journal.
Laabs is the principal investigator on a grant from the U.S....