First students earn degrees from new College of Business department
Seven students will be the first to graduate from the newly formed graduate-level Department of Transportation, Logistics and Finance within the College of Businesson Saturday, May 12.
Centennial Endowment awarded to faculty member
The NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association board of trustees awarded Kyle Hackney the Centennial Endowment. Hackney is an assistant professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise...
Student winners named for Architecture for the Birds challenge
Winners have been announced for the “Architecture for the Birds” exhibit and competition held annually by the NDSU Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture. The event at the Plains Art...
NDSU ranked highly for precision ag education
NDSU is ranked among the top 25 colleges in the world for precision agriculture, according to PrecisionAg Professionalmagazine.
NDSU’s program, led by Sreekala Bajwa, professor and chair of...
College names Top 10 seniors, honors others
The NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources named its Top 10 seniors and presented other awards at the banquet that concluded NDSU Ag Week.
The Top 10 seniors are:
NDSU communication staff earn awards
Four NDSU communications professionals were honored for their work during North Dakota Professional Communicators’ recent conference in Fargo.
The four receiving awards in the 2018 North Dakota...
Student activities director receives Gunkelman Award
Matt Skoy, director of student activities, received the highly-prized Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award during ceremonies May 4. The annual honor recognizes the person at NDSU who most helps...
NDSU students present research at Transportation Research Forum
NDSU transportation and logistics doctoral students recently presented research at the 59th annual Transportation Research Forum April 10-11 in Minneapolis.
Mohammad Alshareef presented “The Value of...
NDSU Archives to host book talk on Fargo tornado
The NDSU Archives are set to host a book talk about the deadly 1957 Fargo tornado. The event is scheduled for Thursday, May 10, from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the NDSU Archives located in the West...
NDSU takes fifth at national cybersecurity competition
NDSU finished fifth at the national MITRE STEM “capture the flag” cybersecurity competition recently held online.
Computer science majors Lucas Miller, Michael Gibbons, Chris Bernard and Brett...