Plant sciences professor receives NDSU’s Gunkelman Award
Ed Deckard, NDSU professor of plant sciences, has been selected to receive the 2020 Mary McCannel Gunkelman Award. Avirtual award ceremony hosted by the NDSU Staff Senate was held Oct. 15.
Water Resources Research Institute seeks graduate fellowship applications
The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute Graduate Fellowship program is seeking applications. The fellowships are open to the NDSU and University of North Dakota graduate students who...
Inspiring Teacher: Angela Smith, associate professor and public history director
In a photo taken before the pandemic, NDSU associate professor Angela Smith teaches her students.
Angela Smith is an admired and respected instructor who firmly believes that students learn best by...
NDSU Press publishes book of poetry by retired NDSU faculty member
NDSU Press has announced its latest published work of poetry – “His Feathers Were Chains,” by Denise K. Lajimodiere, retired associate professor in the NDSU School of Education.
The 104-page book is...
Former dean to be honored by national group
Virginia Clark Johnson, dean emeritus of the NDSU College of Human Sciences and Education, is scheduled to receive the Board on Human Sciences Lifetime Achievement Award during the Association of...
Boo! at NDSU to go virtual
NDSU’s annual Boo! at NDSU event is set to be held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Sponsored by Residence Life and the Volunteer Network, the event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct....
Extension partners to offer virtual entrepreneurship conference
NDSU Extension has partnered with seven other state Extension organizations to offer the Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities Conference virtually. The event is scheduled Nov. 9-13.
NDSU Extension agents, specialists honored
NDSU Extension agents and specialists received several awards during the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Sciences’ 86th annual session, which was held virtually because of the...
NDSU breaks ground for new Grandmother Earth’s Gift of Life Garden
NDSU hosted the annual Indigenous Peoples’ Day opening ceremony Oct. 12 at the future home of the campus’ new Grandmother Earth’s Gift of Life Garden.
“I am honored to host this important ceremony...
NDSU Bookstore announces deadline for custom regalia orders
Faculty can purchase commencement attire by printing out the Custom Master's Regalia Form or the Custom Doctoral Regalia Form and submitting it to Jodi Askew at the NDSU Bookstore.