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  • 'Gear Up for Grants' seminars planned for March

    The Office of Research, Creative Activities and Technology Transfer has planned two “Gear Up for Grants” seminars for March. The seminars are open to all faculty, students and staff (particularly...

  • Handel's "Messiah" performance rescheduled

    Gate City Bank and the NDSU Baroque Festival have announced a special performance of Handel’s “Messiah,” rescheduled for Sunday, March 29, due to the weather cancellation of a December performance.


  • Home landscaping workshop scheduled

    “Basic Tips for Home Landscaping,” a workshop sponsored by the NDSU Staff Senate, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 11, at 10 a.m. in the Memorial Union Century Theater.

    Martin Shervey, arboretum...

  • Woodlands and High Plains Powwow planned

    Tri-College University is set to sponsor the 20th annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow, scheduled for Saturday, April 18, at the North Dakota State University Bison Sports Arena.

    Grand Entries are...

  • Grosz and Shirley promoted

    Teri Grosz has been promoted to human research protection program manager and Kristy Shirley has been promoted to research compliance administrator for NDSU’s institutional review board, part of...

  • Psychology conference scheduled

    The NDSU Psychology Club will host the 24th annual Red River Psychology Conference on March 26-27.

    The conference is designed to promote student involvement in research by offering a professional...

  • NDSU music faculty to judge contests

    Several NDSU Department of Music faculty members will adjudicate high school music contests throughout the region during March.

    They include Sigurd Johnson, percussion; Matthew Patnode, saxophone;...

  • Johnson adjudicates Optimist Band Festival

    Sigurd Johnson, associate professor of music, recently was an adjudicator for the 31st annual Optimist Band Festival in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

    During the event, held Feb. 17-20, Johnson listened to and...

  • Bromley featured artist at MacNider Art Museum

    Kimble Bromley, associate professor with NDSU Visual Arts, is a featured artist at the Urban Landscapes exhibit at the Charles H. MacNider Art Museum in Mason City, Iowa. The exhibit opened in...

  • NDSU Offers help to cope with flooding

    Heavy snowfall this winter is raising concerns about flooding this spring.

    The NDSU Extension Service has information online at that can help people prepare their...





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