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Even the best athletes need a coach, teaching is no different!

Go2Knowledge offers weekly live webinars and on-demand videos on a variety of topics in higher education. There are videos appropriate for faculty, staff, and graduate students who work with students.

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A pair of  NDSU pharmaceutical sciences researchers have received separate grants to help further their studies in helping to treat disease.

Yagna Jarajapu, associate professor in NDSU pharmaceutical…

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The NDSU Center for Child Development has earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children.

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Bradford Strand, NDSU professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, recently published the book, “Optimal Sports Performance: Practice Smarter, Think Faster, Play Better.”

“My desire is that…

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A team of researchers led by physics student Joseph Granlie, Erik Hobbie, NDSU professor of physics, and Dmitri Kilin, NDSU associate professor chemistry and biochemistry, have made a new discovery…

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Schedule an NDSU campus tour to find out about what the university has to offer.

One of the best ways to determine if a college is the right fit for you is by visiting the campus. North Dakota State…



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