Applicants sought to teach in the Netherlands
Faculty applications are being sought to teach in the Netherlands at the Middelburg Center for Transatlantic Studies during fall 2009 or spring 2010.
The program is divided into two semesters with...
Three inducted into Tapestry of Diverse Talents
The Tapestry of Diverse Talents recognized three new members during the induction ceremony on Dec. 12 in the Memorial Union Century Theater. William Frazier, assistant director of apartments and...
NDSU feedlot school set for Jan. 27-28
NDSU’s Carrington Research Extension Center will hold its annual North Dakota Feedlot School on Jan. 27-28. The intensive course is for cattle producers, feeders, backgrounders, feed industry...
Miller, Law present at national conference
John Miller, director of the NDSU Division of Fine Arts, and assistant director Bill Law recently presented “Strategic Local Partnerships for Music Schools” at the National Association of Schools of...
Human Development and Education community shares research, expertise
Faculty, staff and students from the College of Human Development and Education recently received awards, gave presentations or participated in conferences.
Brad Strand had three works published. He...
Communication faculty, students publish articles
Four NDSU communication faculty and three doctoral students recently published articles or are about to be published.
Zoltan Majdik, assistant professor of communication, and co-authors John M. Kephart...
NDSU Extension staff donates books to tribal college library
Staff from the NDSU Extension Service in Benson and Ramsey Counties delivered books to the Cankdeska Cikana Community College Valerie Merrick Memorial Library in Fort Totten, N.D., on Nov. 14.
Student commencement speaker to talk of goals and dreams
NDSU senior Calli Wold has a sincere message to share with her classmates.
“I hope they follow their dreams and get fulfillment. They should do something they are really passionate about,” said Wold,...
Wells participates in manufacturing engineering leadership forum
David Wells, professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, was a key participant in the Society of Manufacturing Engineers’ “Manufacturing Education Leadership Forum” held Nov. 13-15 at the...
Transportation Institute terrorism research receives worldwide media coverage
NDSU’s Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute earned global media exposure in November with the publication of a new article by one of its staff about terrorism in South Asia.