NDSU College of Business to host Financial Markets Day
NDSU’s College of Business is set to host the fourth annual Financial Markets Day on Thursday, April 7. The hybrid event will feature a virtual keynote by Charles Schwab managing director and chief…
Celebrating the academic excellence of our student-athletes
The NDSU football team is scheduled to play Montana State University in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision national champiionship game on Saturday, Jan. 8.
Kickoff is slated for 11 a.m., at…
Faculty member appointed President Jim Ozbun Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship
Onnolee Nordstrom, assistant professor of management in NDSU’s College of Business, has been selected as the inaugural holder of the President Jim Ozbun Endowed Chair of Entrepreneurship. Nordstrom is…
What do the commencement gowns, hoods and adornments mean?
NDSU winter commencement ceremonies are scheduled for Friday, Dec. 17, at Sanford Health Athletic Complex.
The commencement ceremony is one of the oldest and most colorful customs that links 21st…
Marketing faculty member quoted in WalletHub.com article
Somnath Banerjee, NDSU assistant professor of marketing, was recently featured in an online WalletHub story. Banerjee was one of 16 experts from across the country quoted in the story, “Best Credit…
Phi Kappa Phi Lectureships chosen
Two outstanding NDSU faculty members have been selected by the Faculty Awards and Recognition Committee to present upcoming Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Lectures.
Mukund Sibi, University Distinguished…
Transportation and logistics faculty member gives webinar for Pakistani university
Diomo Motuba, assistant professor of transportation and logistics and associate research fellow for the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, gave an invited webinar for the National University…
NDSU professor named Arden and Donna Hetland Distinguished Professor of Business
Clay Routledge, has received NDSU's first Arden and Donna Hetland Distinguished Professorship.
Clay Routledge, professor in NDSU’s College of Business and faculty scholar in the Sheila and Robert…
College of Business honors scholarship recipients, donors
The NDSU College of Business and the Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth held the first Distinguished Scholarship Recognition program Oct. 7 in the Louise S. Barry…
College of Business to welcome thought leader in residence
Siri Terjesen is set to visit NDSU’s College of Business Oct. 11-14 as the inaugural CeCe Morken Thought Leader in Residence.
Terjesen is the Phil Smith professor of entrepreneurship and associate…