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  • Wimba, Blackboard seminars scheduled for instructors

    Wimba, Blackboard seminars scheduled for instructors

    NDSU Distance and Continuing Education has scheduled a number of seminars designed for instructors to learn about technologies and tools that...

  • NDSU Policy Updates

    The following policies have recently been added or revised. To see the complete policy, go to

    Policy 350.1:  Board Regulations on Academic Freedom and Tenure; Academic...

  • Training scheduled for human subject research

    The spring semester schedule for campus training sessions on human subject protections has now been posted on the Institutional Review Board Web site at A...

  • Safety training sessions scheduled

    Supervisor and Baseline Safety Training sessions have been scheduled for January and February. All sessions are held in the Memorial Union.

    Supervisor Safety Training is scheduled Tuesday, Jan. 27; and...

  • NDSU faculty publish, present research

    Faculty members of the College of Human Development and Education recently published research or will make presentations.

    Sherri Nordstrom Stastny, assistant professor of health, nutrition and exercise...

  • Employees sought for childcare needs focus group

    NDSU has a contract with Bright Horizons, a provider of work-site childcare, early education and worklife consulting services; to do an evaluation of childcare needs on the campus. As a part of a...

  • University Relations launches new “It’s Happening” Web site

    The NDSU Office of the Vice President for University Relations has enhanced the way you receive news about NDSU. The “It’s Happening Today” Web site is now called “It’s Happening at State,” just like...

  • Walk North Dakota challenge begins Jan. 11

    The next Walk North Dakota challenge will begin Sunday, Jan. 11. The program is an NDSU Extension Service program that encourages people to walk at least 10,000 steps a day. That is the equivalent of...

  • Famulari’s ‘Green Fashions’ on display at NDSU’s Renaissance Gallery

    “Green Fashions, Lawn and Suburbia Line,” is on display at the Renaissance Gallery until Wednesday, Jan. 28. Stevie Famulari, environmental artist and NDSU assistant professor of landscape...

  • International protocol seminar scheduled

    Northern Crops Institute will sponsor a daylong seminar, “Protocol: Your Vital Tool in International Business,” on Monday, Feb. 9, at the Fargo Holiday Inn.

    The seminar is designed for business people...





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North Dakota State University
Phone: +1 (701) 231-1068 - Fax: (701) 231-1989
Campus address: Old Main 204
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