Free concert series set at NDSU
The 2017 NDSU Chamber Music Festival, with several free concerts, is scheduled for June 1-6.
The public is invited to a series of free concerts featuring NDSU student pianists and world-class string...
NDSU Music Academy summer registration opens
The NDSU Music Academy, an organization that provides music lessons to students ages 4 through adult, is now accepting registrations for summer semester. Music lessons include piano, guitar, violin...
Donate, Don't Dispose program contributes to charities
NDSU’s latest “Donate, Don’t Dispose” effort was highly successful. The program, sponsored by Residence Life and the Residence Hall Association, asks students to donate gently-used clothing, other...
Crops institute to host international soybean course
The Northern Crops Institute at NDSU is set to host a group of international participants during a course to promote soybeans Monday, June 5, through Saturday, June 10. The attendees are sponsored in...
NDSU researchers receive North Dakota Beef Commission grants
Several NDSU researchers have received research grants from the North Dakota Beef Commission. The funding comes through the additional $1-per-head state beef checkoff.
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Water Resources Research Institute graduate research fellowships awarded
The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute announced its Graduate Research Fellowship recipients for 2017-18. Fellowships ranging from $1,800 to $10,800 were awarded to 15 graduate students –...
NDSU innovation team mentor, professor dies
David L. Wells, professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, died May 10. He was 80.
Visitation is scheduled from 9-10 a.m., followed by the memorial service at 10 a.m., Thursday, May...
Journey to the Homeland Tour set for this month
Michael M. Miller, Germans from Russia Heritage Collection director, and Jeremy Kopp, special collections associate, will lead the 21st Journey to the Homeland Tour to Germany and Odessa, Ukraine,...
Engineering faculty member named Booth Professor
Eakalak Khan, professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been named a Walter B. Booth Endowed Distinguished Professor.
Booth Endowed Distinguished Professorships acknowledge faculty...
Faculty, staff receive Student Success Impact Awards
Six NDSU faculty and staff members have been selected to receive Student Success Impact Awards. Carrie Anne Platt, associate professor of communication and associate dean of undergraduate education in...