Move-in Day volunteers requested
NDSU Residence Life is asking for faculty and staff volunteers to welcome first-year students to campus on Move-in Day, scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24.
Volunteer workers are needed for two-hour...
‘Studying abroad has been the best decision I have made in college’
A world of opportunities awaits NDSU students.
Just ask nursing junior Sarah Fiske, who spent fall semester studying at the University of Grenoble-Alpes in France.
“I was enrolled in an intensive...
State Board of Agricultural Research and Education elects officers
Mark Birdsall of Berthold, North Dakota, is the new chair of North Dakota's State Board of Agricultural Research and Education, known as SBARE. Sarah Lovas of Hillsboro, North Dakota, is the board's...
Four student-athletes named golf All-American Scholars
The NDSU women's golf team had four student-athletes named All-American Scholars by the Women's Golf Coaches Association for the 2018-19 season, the organization announced July 8.
Faculty member receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award
NDSU assistant professor Britt Heidinger recently received a $1.29 million National Science Foundation CAREER Award. The award is the agency’s most prestigious recognition for early stage faculty and...
NDSU team finishes fourth at autonomous vehicle competition
A team of five NDSU students placed fourth in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition’s Autonav Challenge, held June 7-10 at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.
The NDSU Autonomous Bison...
NDSU Extension to co-host long-term care webinar
The second in a four-part webinar series hosted by gerontologists from NDSU Extension and South Dakota State University Extension is scheduled for July 10. The webinar begins at noon.
NDSU staff win communication honors
Agriculture Communication staff members were honored for their work by the Association for Communication Excellence, known as ACE, and the National Federation of Press Women.
Recognized during ACE’s...
Langdon Research Extension Center to host hemp field day
NDSU’s Langdon Research Extension Center has scheduled its first hemp field day for Tuesday, July 23.
The 2014 farm bill allowed certain states to authorize small acres of pilot hemp production. The...
NDSU School of Nursing receives grant to advance care in rural areas
The NDSU School of Nursing is receiving a $1.57 million federal grant award over four years that will help educate future health care professionals that serve rural areas.
The award will make...