Interim dean named, search committee announced
NDSU Provost Beth Ingram announced C. David Bertolini, chair of architecture and landscape architecture, has been named interim dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Public health faculty member to represent NDSU at national workshop
Abby Gold conducts the type of action research which helps to bend the curve of preventable health disparities. Gold, vice chair and associate professor in the Department of Public Health in the...
Two students earn scholarships
A pair of NDSU students earned 2017-18 Excellence Awards for use toward their master’s degrees. The $1,000 scholarships, awarded July 1, are from Great Plains Interactive Distance Education Alliance....
NDSU horticulture research farm field day set
Fruits, vegetables and trees well-adapted to North Dakota’s growing conditions will be featured during a field day at NDSU’s Horticulture Research Farm near Absaraka. The field day is scheduled for...
Microbiology student receives international scholarship
Meredith Schroeder, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Microbiological Sciences has won the 2017 International Foundation Gamma Sigma Delta Graduate Scholarship. Gamma Sigma Delta is the honor...
NDSU robotics team earns top design award
A team of NDSU students earned the top design award at the International Aerial Robotics Competition at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta.
NDSU earned the Best Technical Paper award, which...
Biological sciences professor teaches sewing camp
Wendy Reed, professor of biological sciences, recently taught two sessions of “Nature Inspired Sewing Camp” for children at Fargo fabric shop Modern Textiles.
The sessions highlighted ways to use...
Doctoral student to give conference talk, conduct memorial tree research
Robert Foresman, a doctoral student in the Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies, was named the 2016-2017 Mari Sandoz Scholar by the Mari Sandoz Heritage Society. He was awarded a...
NDSU equine science faculty teach horsemanship in Europe
Photo courtesy Lars Holm Jenson
NDSU was selected to teach horsemanship clinics internationally for the American Quarter Horse Association. NDSU instructors taught in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and...
NDSU volleyball squad honored for academics
NDSU’s volleyball team has been honored with the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2016-17 season. The Bison received the award for the fifth consecutive year and for...