Darwin Day activities set for NDSU
NDSU’s annual Darwin Day is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 9, at the A. Glenn Hill Center. The event will feature a keynote address by biologist and author Lee Dugatkin.
Dugatkin, who is a professor and...
Science Cafe presentation to discuss speech patterns
NDSU’s next Science Café will examine how and why people across the country don’t speak the same.
Kellam Barta, lecturer in the NDSU English department, is scheduled to present “Why do people talk...
Alumni earn health education certification
Three Master of Public Health spring 2017 graduates have passed the Certified Health Education Specialist exam. The NDSU alumni include Elvis Tuffour, Heather Kroeker and Jaden Witt.
Plant sciences professor honored
North Dakota Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring has named Rodney Lym, NDSU professor of plant sciences and associate department head, as the recipient of the 2018 Weed Control Partner Award.
Graduate student receives sugarbeet scholarship
NDSU plant sciences master’s student Nathan Haugrud from Rothsay, Minnesota, was awarded the Alan Dexter Scholarship by the Sugarbeet Research and Education Board of Minnesota and North Dakota. The...
Business associate dean named
John Bitzan, professor of management, has been named associate dean for accreditation and research in the NDSU College of Business. His new duties began on Jan. 2.
His responsibilities include...
NDSU Counseling Center offers sessions with dogs
NDSU’s Pawsitive Relaxation program proves a little help from a four-legged friend can go a long way.
The program, sponsored by the NDSU Counseling Center, gives NDSU students a chance to reduce...
Narratives reading scheduled for NDSU
Fargo South High School is set to present “Journey to America Narrative Short Stories: Volume 4” Wednesday, Jan. 24, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the NDSU Memorial Union Arikara room.
The event is...
Communications manager joins research office
Fred Hudson has joined the NDSU Research and Creative Activity staff as communications manager.
Hudson has nearly 30 years of experience working in the Fargo-Moorhead area. After earning his...
Science, religion seminar to discuss gluten-free diets
The next Science, Religion and Lunch Seminar, hosted by the Northern Plains Ethics Institute, is set to feature Jane Schuh, NDSU professor and associate director of the North Dakota Agricultural...