NDSU robotic platform to teach ag producers of the future
The NDSU Precision Agriculture Program’s new robotic platform may soon be used to teach tomorrow’s producers. The high-tech “Weedbot system” had its first field test on July 2.
The device is 6...
Interim dean named at NDSU
Benton Duncan, professor and chair of the NDSU mathematics department, has accepted an interim appointment as dean of the NDSU College of Graduate and Interdisciplinary Studies. Interim Provost...
NDSU receives rangeland management study grant
NDSU has been awarded a $499,242 grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's National Institute of Food and Agriculture to study rangeland management strategies.
"Working rangelands are a pillar...
Marketing faculty member quoted in WalletHub story
Somnath Banerjee, NDSU assistant professor of marketing, was recently quoted in an online WalletHub story. Banerjee was one of 60 experts from across the country quoted in the story, “Citi Credit...
NDSU researchers: patch-burning helps ranchers during drought
NDSU researchers have found that patch-burning may help ranchers’ production during times of drought. The work is attracting international attention.
The research, “Patch-Burning Buffers Forage...
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...
Three NDSU faculty receive educator awards
Three NDSU faculty members have received North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Educator Awards. They include David Englund, senior lecturer of agribusiness and applied economics; Erik...
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...
Former faculty member dies
Retired longtime NDSU faculty member William Barker died June 3. He was 78.
Barker, who had a 40-year career at NDSU, joined the faculty in 1968 and retired in 2008. He taught botany and range...