NDSU wrestler named to Academic All-America team
NDSU 157-pounder Clay Ream was named to the Google Cloud Academic All-America Division I Men’s At-Large first team for the second straight year. The team was announced June 14, and selected by the...
Two NDSU players named to baseball all-academic team
Two NDSU student-athletes have been named to the 2018 Summit League Baseball Academic All-League Team, as voted on by the institution's faculty athletics representatives and sports information...
Transportation and logistics student presents at national conference
NDSU transportation and logistics student Mingwei Guo presented his work on the Geographic Roadway Inventory Tool at the Geographic Information Systems for Transportation Symposium in Little Rock,...
Master of Landscape Architecture program launched
The landscape architecture program, within the Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture, has added a five-year master’s degree. The program will be launched this fall and will replace the...
NDSU professor breeding a hardy maple tree for North Dakota
Todd West, NDSU professor of plant sciences, is looking to help create a Freeman maple that will thrive in North Dakota and the Northern Plains region of the U.S.
Freeman maples provide beautiful...
New chair of industrial and manufacturing engineering named
David Grewell has been named the chair of the NDSU Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and awarded a Walter B. Booth Distinguished Professorship. Grewell, currently a professor at...
NATURE program transforms students, educators
“It’s all about expanding horizons for students,” explained Robert Pieri, professor in mechanical engineering at NDSU and long-time advocate, as he talked about the effect of the Nurturing American...
ND EPSCoR adds staff to state office
The Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research in North Dakota, known as ND EPSCoR, has added staff to the recently created state office, housed in the NDSU Research and Technology Park.
NDSU students win NASA robotic mining awards
An NDSU team of engineering and computer science students excelled during the recent NASA Robotic Mining Competition held at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
Team members included 11 students...
Construction management degree ranked 'best value'
A new study has ranked the Bachelor of Science in Construction Management degree from the NDSU Department of Construction Management and Engineering as one of the nation’s best values.