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The latest news, announcements, and happenings from all OTL programs.

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Learn how to make your course documents accessible.

Learn how UDL can help diverse learners in higher education settings in this YouTube video.

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Presenters: Dr. Lori Swinney and Lorna Olsen

Participants will be introduced to the three guiding principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and see examples applied to course design. Learn…

By Raghu Krishnaiah and Kelly Hermann
For too long, colleges and universities have waited for students with disabilities to request accommodations before deciding to remove barriers to access and full…

What is one Universal Design for Learning strategy you have tried in your classes? What were the reactions from your students?

Head on over to Facebook and join the discussion or just lurk around and…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help your students succeed.

Hint #16: Reflect on how the semester went and what adjustments you might want to make.

View our 16-week tips for…

Join us Monday, May 23, 2022, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Via Zoom

View and be inspired by this YouTube playlist that offers a series of videos showing individuals who failed (sometimes more than once) before they achieved success.

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Providing little hints throughout the semester can help your students succeed.

By Casey Peterson

Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck says, “the view you adopt for yourself profoundly affects the way you lead your life”. Mindset is that view. She outlines two predominant mindsets…

By Holly DeVries
In this presentation, Dr. Mari Borr highlights various asynchronous teaching practices to consider utilizing in your next course. According to Dr. Borr, several approaches that make…

Get your information in our publications.

Set yourself up for success in teaching.

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help your students succeed.

Hint #14: Put together a study plan for final exams.

View our 16-week tips for students handout >>

 

By Chris Palmer

I started teaching at American University at the age of 56 after a rewarding career as an environmental and wildlife film producer. That was almost ten years ago, and I’ll be the…

Civil and productive discussions are an important part of higher education both in the classroom and in today's work environments. Facilitating good discussions in your classroom teaches your students…

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Providing little hints throughout the semester can help your students succeed.

Civil and productive discussions are an important part of higher education both in the classroom and in today's work environments. Facilitating good discussions in your classroom teaches your students…

What teaching tip, method, or technique did you think was "gold" but, when implemented, it failed or didn't go as planned?

Mistakes and failures are important for learning, let's show our growth…

By Holly DeVries
In this panel discussion, Dr. Beena Ajmera, Dr. Kimberly Booth, and Dr. Theresa Shume discuss the pros and cons of continuing adaptive Hyflex practices when classes are in the “new…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help your students succeed.

Hint #12: Check your Campus Connection account for any holds that may prevent timely registration for next semester

Vie…

Developing strong communication skills is essential when it comes to building a successful career. But your communication skills play a key role in your private life too. Learn about the most…

Getting students to work successfully in a group is not only important for your class, but it is an integral skill your students must learn for today's work environments. Learn specific strategies you…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can helpyour students succeed.

The College Teaching Certificate program prepares NDSU graduate students, and individuals who already have a graduate degree and work on campus, to teach in a way that involves students in all aspects…

Have you ever talked with a friend about a problem, only to realize that he just doesn’t seem to grasp why the issue is so important to you? Have you ever presented an idea to a group, and it’s met…

Getting students to work successfully in a group is not only important for your class, but it is an integral skill your students must learn for today's work environments. Learn specific strategies you…

By Holly DeVries
In this presentation, Dr. Angela Hodgson shares tips for instructors on how to increase empathy and implement inclusive practices in their teaching.  

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Apply today to become a faculty fellow in OTL.

Collaboration among teachers, and school administrators, is extremely important when it comes to effectively engaging with and reaching students in the classroom. In fact, to truly be an effective…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #10: Think about Spring registration and meet with your
academic advisor.

View our 16-week tips for students…

Summer and Fall Semester 2022 course materials orders are due April 1st. The NDSU Bookstore asks for your adoption information about six weeks before the prior term ends, because it gives them time to…

The Office of Teaching and Learning and Learning and Applied Innovation Center are seeking nominations for two awards to celebrate educational innovation and collegiality. To submit a nomination,…

High school teachers are invited to join us for a FREE, live, online information session. This certificate is primarily aimed at high school teachers in need of credentials to teach "dual credit"…

By Kimberly Hillyard

One of the key elements to teaching online is effective communication between teacher and student. We would like to think that our communications are the most important ones that…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #9: Take a look at your Degree Map (https://ndsudm.civitaslearning.com/)  and familiarize yourself
with the…

Getting students to work successfully in a group is not only important for your class, but it is an integral skill your students must learn for today's work environments. Learn specific strategies you…

March Theme: Communication

Tell us all the ways you maintain communication with your students. What works best for you? What have you improved on over the years to consistently communicate better…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #8: Midterm of the semester – check in with faculty members
again and prepare for midterms. Look ahead for any big

Live, online information session to be held March 28 at 3:30 p.m. CDT

Monday, March 1, 2021
3 p.m.  | Via Zoom

With Dr. Stacy Duffield, OTL director; Sharley Kurtz, LAIC assistant manager; Lori Swiers, LAIC instructional designer 

Learn the characteristics of…

This video puts a fun spin on teaching. Here's to all the NDSU pro teachers we love to cheer on. :) #WeLoveBisonSportsToo

Boyd Maxwell and Perry Schmidt report on the latest developments in the…

Read more about the impact of dual credit in North Dakota.

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #7: Browse your major department’s webpage – view faculty
bios and learn about their research interests. Can you

In this panel discussion, several participants of the Learning and Applied Innovation Center’s (LAIC) Instructional Design Project (funded through allocated CARES funds from the state of North Dakota)…

There are many compelling reasons to choose a career in academia. 

Here are our top 10 >> academicpositions.com/career-advice/10-benefits-of-an-academic-career

The Peer Teaching Partnership program is a personalized partnership between two faculty members and/or instructional staff with a shared vision of improving teaching and learning at NDSU. If you would…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #6: Learn about academic organizations to get involved with
for your major.

View our 16-week tips for students…

Get your students enrolled in NDSU's dual credit classes today!

Based on the work of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), three brain networks were identified that are an integral part of learning:
• affective
• recognition
• strategic
Though our…

The Peer Teaching Partnership program is a personalized partnership between two faculty members and/or instructional staff with a shared vision of improving teaching and learning at NDSU. If you would…

If you ask a student what makes him or her successful in school, you probably won’t hear about some fantastic new book or video lecture series. Most likely you will hear something like, “It was all…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #5: Have you sent or received any emails from your advisor
yet? If not, now is a great time to have an initial…

Read a recap of this session from the 2021 Teaching and Learning Conference.

Tell us about a time that made you think, "Gosh, I Love Teaching!" Maybe you saw a student succeed, found a solution to a challenge, or made it to the end of another school year. We want to hear all…

Based on the work of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), three brain networks were identified that are an integral part of learning:
• affective
• recognition
• strategic
Though our…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #4: Check on your current grade and attendance for each
class. If you missed assignments or quizzes can you make

Watch Dr. Stacy Duffield speak about the new Dual Credit Program.

Applications due February 11, 2022!

By David Robson for BBC
January 1 may seem like an arbitrary date to start self-improvement, but there are good psychological reasons for doing so.

Read the Article >>…

Selected proposals will create short workshop videos (10 minutes or less) demonstrating the practical application of a concept in their field of study for a high school student audience. These videos…

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #3: Find a good study space on campus that works for
you. Spaces include your residence hall/apartment, the

Read a recap on this session at the 2021 Teaching and Learning Conference.

Once again, we invite you to share your teaching expertise by offering timely, relevant teaching topics during our annual summer professional development series. By offering a professional development…

The Blackboard Teaching Assistant Learning Community members have been updated based on the upcoming semester teaching assistants.

Graduate Students: If you find that you have been removed in error…

By Sarah Pruitt
The custom of making New Year’s resolutions has been around for thousands of years, but it hasn’t always looked the way it does today.

Read the Article >>…

Why you should get your SREs in early this semester.

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #2: Identify the office hours on your syllabi for each class
and keep the list handy for when you need them!

View…

Create a workshop video today and share your degree program with high school students.

Find out when you need to be registered for classes by.

Join this new book club today!

The Harvard Health Publishing blog offers Seven Steps for Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Stick. While this article is written for the standard resolutions people make, these steps may also be…

Remember this one thing if you plan to complete the College Teaching Certificate this semester.

Once again, we invite you to share your teaching expertise by offering timely, relevant teaching topics during our annual summer professional development series. By offering a professional development…

Join this book club today!

Providing little hints throughout the semester can help
your students succeed.

Hint #1: Ensure your class registration is final, inquire about wait
lists if needed, and introduce yourself to your…

Read a recap of the Ungrading session at the 2021 Teaching and Learning Conference.

Do this important step before your next BlackBoard Login.

How do you manage your story through the use of assessment?

Remember to sign up.

Do you have a word of the year?

Read a recap of this session at the 2021 Teaching and Learning Mini-Virtual Conference.

Need some instructional inspiration?

Do you know the different instructional design models?

Use your expertise to assist other faculty!

Request a consultation today!

Final teaching portfolios due soon.

K-12 teachers are required to obtain professional development credits to maintain their license. Find out how you can offer a class and get paid for it.

Do you know how the field of instructional design began?

Little Hints For Instructors

Get certified when you enroll in this course.

Become certified in these new certificate courses for NDSU instructors.

Tell us about your experience with instructional design.

Learn what your Giving Day Donations support.

Little Hints For Instructors

Are you a life changing teacher?

How can Hannah Prigge be helpful to your students?

Little Hints For Instructors

Promote your college's STEM degree programs by offering a workshop.

Donate on November 30th.

Watch this video for details.

Win a $50 gift card for your opinion.

How can Brad Jones be helpful to your students?

Little Hints For Instructors

Initial teaching portfolios due soon.

By helping others, you'll be helping yourself.

How can Megan Talcott assist your students?

Little Hints For Instructors

Answer this question about helpful people.

How can Matthew Sanchez assist your students?

Little Hints For Instructors

View these videos for awesome productivity tips.

Little Hints For Instructors

What does faculty workload really look like?

Office of Teaching and Learning is excited to announce that we have launched our LinkedIn page. Our goal is to create and share the best practices for teaching and learning on this new platform to a…

Little Hints For Instructors

What does a pontoon have to do with pedagogical research? Find out here!

Propose a visual arts video today!

People are not born with these skills.

Find out how you can participate in our new Dual Credit program.

Little Hints For Instructors

An important note about your department's course schedule.

Don't miss your opportunity to win a $50 gift card.

Take this faculty survey for a chance to win a $50 VISA gift card.

Become an integral part of this FLC today!

Have you turned in your spring semester textbook order yet?

What efficiency hacks do you have to share?

Little Hints For Instructors

Learn how the all new Avenues of Scientific Discovery event will replace Expanding Your Horizons at NDSU.

Learn more about this newly restructured event.

How do you introduce your students to research? Read about this resource.

“This is why our children find video games so enjoyable and even addictive,”...

Little Hints For Instructors

Do you know what resources are available on campus?

Learn what Dr. Wachenheim will bring to the office.

Little Hints For Instructors

How much do you really know about what a reference librarian does?

Learn what educational programs she will be offering on campus.

Little Hints For Instructors

Watch video from the 2021 Graduate Teaching and Learning Conference.

Watch videos of sessions offered at the 2021 Graduate Teaching and Learning Conference.

Find out the best place to find all resources for faculty.

Watch videos of sessions offered at the 2021 Graduate Teaching and Learning Conference.

Come learn about language diversity and its impact on your classroom.

Little Hints For Instructors

Learn how the canceled Avenues of Scientific Discovery inspired this YouTube playlist and resource for K-12 teachers.

Want to teach your students how to learn, join us for this upcoming book club.

Become an OTL YouTube star today!

Watch videos of sessions offered at the 2021 Graduate Teaching and Learning Conference.

Help us answer this question.

Little Hints For Instructors

Find out what OTL's priorities are for the coming years.

Learn how to become a member, if you aren't already.

If you are not a member of this group, you are missing out.

Find out who is eligible for a free Qualtrics account.

Find out when you need to be registered for classes by.

What tips would you add to this list?

Do this one thing if you plan to complete the College Teaching Certificate this semester.

Learn tips and tricks for a successful year.

Little Hints For Instructors

Find out what our Facebook question is this week.

Use your expertise to assist other faculty!

How to create an engaging first day agenda.

A small but meaningful gesture. Learn some tips on how to do this.

Subscribe to receive new content this year.

Join OTL as we discuss all things Back to School.

Interested in how the GEER grant did, continue reading.

Don't miss the Graduate Teaching and Learning Conference!

More resources on academic freedom.

Attention College Teaching Certificate Students!

Our July theme is Academic Freedom.

What do we need to do to protect academic freedom?

Learn why you should be working in cooperation with OTL and LAIC.

Hear instructors present their most successful and unique teaching ideas.

NDSU graduate students, submit a video to showcase your program of study!

 

View a resource video about academic freedom.

Could these certification courses benefit your teaching?

How can you help students be more resilient?

How can you use asynchronous learning in your classroom.

Is academic freedom essential to democracy, read more, then let us know your thoughts.

Learn to simplify your grading process.

Learn more about Universal Design in education.

Stay up to date and interact with fellow instructors.

Learn valuable teaching skills as a graduate student.

Learn about the CARES Instructional design project and who participated.

What can an instructional coach do for your teaching?

Learn how NDSU instructors plan to move their teaching beyond the pandemic.

Learn ways to increase your empathy for your students.

Registration is now open.

View breakout sessions you missed or review sessions you enjoyed.

The initial submission deadline for the College Teaching Certificate teaching portfolios is July 9th. Be sure to submit yours if you plan to graduate in Summer Semester 2021.

Join the discussion and add resources regarding academic freedom.

Find out who was nominated and who was awarded one of three teaching awards.

Find out how you can get your faculty, staff, and graduate student-related events in our weekly newsletter.

Check out our Teacher Appreciation Week notes of thanks.

What will you learn at this new teaching and learning conference?

Find out if you were nominated for one of our two teaching and learning awards.

Instructors play a big role in ensuring course materials are purchased at the most cost effective price, find out how to help the NDSU Bookstore.

Join this book club to find out about the practice of "Ungrading" and how that impacts student success.

Find out how your workshop could win cash prizes.

Help shape the services OTL offers.

If you plan to teach in any institution of higher education, register for this program and give yourself a competitive advantage.

Find out who will lead OTL.

A tool to assist in making your class more accessible.

Join us for these presentations on each candidate's vision for OTL.

Find out who the three finalists are for the director of OTL position.

NDSU’s Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) recently received state funding to develop new Professional Development classes for K-12 educators in North Dakota, and regional areas, through the North…

In this presentation and blog post, Lori Sweeney offers important considerations about different kinds of assessments. When we first think of assessment, we tend to think of tests, but there are many…

In the past, I have written here about how to take care of yourself during the pandemic.  As co-chairs of the mental health committee of the President’s Council for Campus Well-being, Emily Fraizer…

Learn simple ways faculty can promote their student's health and well-being.

How do you maintain the integrity of your tests while using the HyFlex model? Let our experts provide you with some strategies.

The NDSU Bookstore asks for your help to stay in compliance with this law.

Food insecurity is a real situation happening on our campus, read more about one student affected by food insecurity.

Learn tips and tricks for using Zoom as a teaching tool.

Find out how you can you make your class discussion boards more interactive.

Take away a variety of tips and tricks beginning with assessments.

Learn more about the Human Development and Family Science department's approach to program assessment.

Tammy Cummings provides important information for managing your HyFlex course.

Our graduate student's reflection on the latest book she is reading that addresses the research surrounding how we learn. Learn some new tips.

Come find out who won the Advancing Inclusion Award this year.

The Equity and Inclusion is coming up, find out when.

Graduate student, Amy Tichy, writes about the science of learning and what you need to know.

Sharley Kurtz and Daniel Erichsen explain where to begin with HyFlex teaching.

If you plan to teach in any institution of higher education, register for this program and give yourself a competitive advantage.

Learn more about how instructors can support their students' research.

If you are an avid reader of our blog, find out what is happening with our blog, here.

If you are a K-12 professional and are having difficulty with our website, please read the following message.

Take the next step to improving your teaching by working with a peer teaching partner. Learn more.

Share your knowledge and expertise with K-12 teachers during the Fall 2020 Virtual Educators Conference.

Read the takeaways from one of the first participants in NDSU's Leadership Development Program. Find out if you are eligible.

Join us for this NDSU specific training on the HyFlex teaching model.

If you are a Respondus user, you must update your activation password. Continue reading to learn how. >>

Find out when you can get assistance with your technology-related questions.

Learn how to delete or reduce coursework without affecting the course outcomes.

Read ideas for incorporating flexibility into your remote learning class.

Learn four strategies to help your students better cope with remote learning during these uncertain times.

Learn how you can help students cope better during these uncertain times.

Read about strategies for managing an overwhelming amount of student emails.

Is NDSU getting close to achieving its goal of 100% Course Material Reporting? Find out here.

Read suggestion #2 to better assist students during these uncertain times.

Learn suggestions to better assist students during these challenging times.

What do supervisors need to know during COVID-19?

Did you know - ALL COURSES at NDSU must have course materials on file with the NDSU Bookstore?

Now, more than ever, it is important for us faculty and staff to watch our for signs of distress in our students. How do we do that with remote learning. Read this article for some tips.

The much anticipated K-12 Summer Professional Development brochure is now available. Read more about how you can help spread the word.

One thing is certain, COVID-19 has thrown everyone some uncertain times. How do you care for yourself in these uncertain times? Continue reading for some tips.

Still needing assistance in adjusting to remote teaching, here are some resources.

The instructional design team is here to assist you with all your questions about offering your classes online.

Learn how you can provide financial assistance to NDSU students in need.

Read more about what our Shadow a Student Challenge participants learned about student connections at NDSU.

Learn how you can provide your students with FREE access to digital materials.

I hope, by now, in reading this series of stories about the Shadow a Student Challenge, you’ve noticed each administrator views their experience from a slightly different angle. It is fitting that we…

Ever wonder why being an authentic instructor is important, continue reading to find out more.

Read more about COVID-19 and communication from Office of Teaching and Learning.

Dr. Tim O. Peterson first learned about the Shadow a Student Challenge by accident, though you could also describe the opportunity as chance, meant-to-be, or fate. This post could easily not have…

The NDSU Group Decision Center software can assist you with process improvements. Schedule a meeting today!

The experience gained from shadowing a student can be tremendously helpful in understanding who today’s students are and what challenges they face. For research, creative activity, and outreach,…

Due to the recent cold weather and related school closures, the Avenues of Scientific Discovery event has been rescheduled.

NDSU teaching assistants are invited to participate in upcoming discussions. Learn about what topics will be covered >>

Mindfulness is the word I think of as I reflect on my conversation with Dr. Rhonda Kitch, NDSU registrar, about her experience shadowing an NDSU student for a day. When Kitch was first approached…

Dr. Scott Pryor, associate dean for undergraduate programs in the College of Engineering, shadowed a third-year mechanical engineering student, Mariah Rose. Rose also works as an administrative…

Some say that if you go to a conference and pick up just one good idea, the conference was worth it. The idea to shadow students at NDSU began as a small seed of an idea picked up at the Governors…

Learn how the zone of proximal development can have an impact on your teaching.

Learn more about teaching while sharing teaching challenges and victories. Join the NEW Teaching Assistant Learning Community today.

Learn why working with the new instructional design team can enhance your teaching.

Students will internalize the expectations and labels placed upon them by their instructor and they will, in turn, self-fulfill those expectations, whether positive or negative. From the We Learn…

You have an exceptional teaching topic that is applicable to a lot of k-12 teachers. You believe it might be a valuable professional development opportunity for teachers regionally and nationally, but…

Learn how much faculty helped students save on course materials this fall semester.


The Office of Teaching and Learning seeks graduate students (individuals or groups) to assist in coordinating Avenues of Scientific Discovery, a one-day event held February 13, 2020. This annual…

What do you do with the negative feedback you receive? Keep reading for some solid advice.

Encourage your teaching assistants to actively participate today!

How do your expectations impact your students? Learn more.

Which innovative teacher deserves to be recognized? Learn about the award.

How do you handle small group learning? Learn more.

Offer a workshop to help regional high school students learn about your scientific field of study.

Why is it important to know why you teach?

Survey data is important, read this before the semester is over.

A website designed to understand the learning needs of Veterans.

Apply for the Peer Teaching Partnership program today!

Now is the time to apply for admission to the spring semester College Teaching Certificate program.

I throw out my notes after every semester, and start a completely new set the next semester. That way, the material is fresh and I can use new case studies. After all, the world changes every day!
From…

Learn how the Blackboard Rubrics tool provides increased grading efficiency.

The NDSU Group Decision Center offers virtual meetings for FREE to NDSU departments and organizations. All meetings include the use of new MeetingSphere software, expert facilitation, planning…

You might not realize it, but several of the students sitting in your class might be...

Responding to student writing can be both time-consuming and frustrating, this workshop will help simplify that process.

Download the new YuJa app for a better experience today.

How do you use documentaries in your classes?

Overwhelm and burnout are a real hazards, especially in academia. To quote Sherrie Bourg Carter in Psychology Today, burnout is a ‘state of chronic stress’ and can lead to:

 

1. Physical and…

How to maintain your enthusiasm when the middle of semester demands are getting the best of you.

Learn why learning goals are important for your course.

A growth mindset is motivational. Find out how to foster this mindset in your students.

Learn what active learning is and how to incorporate it into your class, even if your class has 300 students.

Learn how to use podcasting in your class.

It is important to know and address learning gaps in your class.

Designed to give university faculty and staff things to consider in supporting the success of student veterans at their institution.

Learn why it is important to explain why students are given an assignment.

Join this faculty learning community, provide your expertise and learn from other faculty.

Learn how to effectively work with English Language Learners (ELL).

Learn one of the best techniques for getting students talking in your class.

Allan Ashworth, NDSU University Distinguished Professor Emeritus of geology, has been selected by the Geological Society of America to receive the Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Section’s…

Want a concept to stick with your students, try this idea.

Learn why selecting a textbook for your course needs to be done well before the start of the semester.

Every once in a while we are presented with an unexpected surprise in our work. These past two years have become my unexpected surprise. “What is it that has been so surprising?” you ask.

Learn the fundamentals of teaching at the collegiate-level.

What college students want from their instructor.

This advice may seem drastic but if this instructor can do it, so can you.

Perspectives from first-generation students about the things we do to help them feel like they belong and can succeed.

Lighten your teaching load using ACE to your advantage.

Find out how you and your students can use the Group Decision Center in your research for FREE.

Learn 5 ways your students will improve using SCALE-UP.

The one thing that all teachers should do starting on day one of class.

A new workshop series about teaching your class online.

An active learning exercise started by Birgit Pruess, professor of microbiological sciences, in the Gateways ND program recently was published in CourseSource.

Of the studies reviewed, there were several recurring components that were found to be a part of having a successful first day of class.

New graduate students, we are coming to visit with you.

Join the Fall Semester 2019 group of Peer Teaching Partners.

This might be your last chance to be a part of Gateways-ND.

Kara Falk teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the NDSU School of Nursing. Her graduate courses include healthcare delivery systems, finance and informatics as well as practicum courses for…

NDSU professor receives Global Food Security Award

Ken Hellevang, interim chair of NDSU’s agricultural and biosystems engineering department, has received the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 2019 Sukup Global Food Security…

Kendall Swanson, professor of animal sciences, will be the 2019 recipient of the American Feed Industry Association Award in Ruminant Nutrition Research.

Last fall, Carrie Anne Platt, an associate professor of communications, did something unusual. She shadowed three undergraduates around the campus of North Dakota State University, each for a day, to…

The Nice Center in the NDSU College of Business has announced the 2019 Nice faculty fellows.

Jessica Jensen, associate professor and department head of emergency management, was honored with the Dr. B. Wayne Blanchard Award for Academic Excellence in Emergency Management Higher Education. She…

Kendall Swanson, professor of animal sciences, will be the 2019 recipient of the American Feed Industry Association Award in Ruminant Nutrition Research.

Kara Falk teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the NDSU School of Nursing. Her graduate courses include healthcare delivery systems, finance and informatics as well as practicum courses for…

Somnath Banerjee, assistant professor of marketing, is featured in a WalletHub story on American Express credit cards.

Brad Strand is educator who believes in the full potential of each of his students. He is a nationally recognized authority on physical education curriculum and sports-related research, and his…

Jessica Jensen’s career focuses on how we prepare and respond to emergencies, disasters and catastrophes. She has been a tenure-track faculty member at NDSU since 2011.

Susan Ray-Degges, professor and interior design program coordinator, has been named a fellow of the American Society of Interior Designers. It is the society’s highest honor, with less than 1 percent…

Jessie Rock teaches introductory geology labs, physical geology labs and Earth Through Time geology labs. She uses NDSU’s extensive collections of minerals ...

NDSU Residence Life has announced two faculty members will participate in the Faculty in Residence Program. They are Ryan...

Loren Baranko brings enthusiasm, fun and a love for her industry to the classroom.

Anne Eliason teaches maternity nursing and clinicals and interprofessional education for the NDSU School of Nursing at Sanford Health in Bismarck. During her career, she has built a reputation as a…

Clay Routledge teaches cultural psychology and experimental social psychology. He runs an active laboratory where students can be involved in all aspects of psychological research, conduct their own…

Kolby Schaeffer Fraase loves to teach, and it shows in her personable, one-on-one style of instruction. She teaches the Nursing Skills Lab in the NDSU School of Nursing to help future nurses become…

Hilliard's dietetics students work on hands-on projects like personal nutrition blogs and case studies. Read how Hilliard brings energy and humor into the classroom.

Senay Simsek, professor of plant sciences, along with research specialists Kristin Whitney and Nathan Haugrud and graduate students Jane Snelling and Aslihan Unuvar were welcomed to a class taught by…

The 2018 Early Career Excellence in Teaching Award was presented to Keerthi Nawarathna. Nawarathna, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Gateways-ND…

Dr. Donald Johnson, NDSU OTL Gateways-ND participant, was recently named Outstanding History Teacher by the North Dakota Society Daughters of Colonial Wars. Congratulations Dr. Johnson! Read more >>

NDSU’s new Office of Teaching and Learning is scheduled to open July 1. The office’s role is to support the creation of student-centered, innovative educational programs and provide professional…

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