Math faculty member to be Office of Teaching and Learning fellow
Jessica Striker, NDSU associate professor of mathematics, has joined the Office of Teaching and Learning as a faculty teaching fellow.
Jessica Striker, associate professor of mathematics, has joined…
NDSU researcher awarded grant to measure muscle function in older adults
Ryan McGrath, assistant professor in the NDSU Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences, has been awarded an Academic Research Enhancement Award (R15) from the National Institutes of…
University Distinguished Professor writes book chapter
Tom Isern, University Distinguished Professor of history, has written a chapter for the new book, “A Companion to American Agricultural History” edited by R. Douglas Hurt of Purdue University.
Communication professor writes book on chocolate
Ross Collins, professor of communication, has published a new academic book, “Chocolate. A Cultural Encyclopedia.”
The book is available through ABC-Cleo, Santa Barbara, California. The hardcover…
Pharmacy faculty member named ASHP fellow
Lisa Richter, director of experiential outreach and assessment and associate professor of practice in the NDSU School of Pharmacy, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Health-System…
NDSU develops potato variety now approved for McDonald’s World Famous Fries
Asunta Thompson, NDSU associate professor of plant science, has developed a potato variety that recently was selected for McDonald's french fries.
The most recent potato variety to join the list of…
Marketing faculty member quoted in online story
Somnath Banerjee, assistant professor of marketing, was featured in an article for “The Ascent,” a Motley Fool service.
The article, “Car Insurance Quotes: Everything You Need to Know” by personal…
Three NDSU instructors recognized at Teaching and Learning Conference
Three instructors received awards at NDSU’s annual Teaching and Learning Conference held May 24. Awards were given in three categories: Innovation in Teaching – Large Enrollment, Innovation in…
Potato disease is ‘going to the dogs’
Dogs are known for their keen sense of smell and are regularly used to detect explosives, illegal drugs and illness. It turns out they also can be trained to sniff out plant diseases.
In May, NDSU…
Fulbright Scholars recognized at luncheon
NDSU Faculty Immigration hosted a Fulbright Scholar Luncheon on April 4 for the most recent faculty to have returned from their Fulbright programs. It was the first recognition luncheon to be held…