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Kaelyn Angell

Major: Pharmacy

Hometown: St. Cloud, Minnesota

Transferred from: St. Cloud State University

• Why did you choose NDSU?

I chose NDSU because it offered a program that allowed me to…

NDSU Pharmacy Student Clinical Challenge team

A team of fourth-year NDSU pharmacy students competed in four online rounds, making it one of the Top 16 teams in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy Clinical Challenge.

The Challenge is a…

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Building on an approach developed for its nationally-recognized Opioid and Naloxone Education program for pharmacists, NDSU has established the Center for Collaboration and Advancement in Pharmacy,…

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Pharmacy alumnus Michael Gulseth (PharmD - 1999) provided expertise to help the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists develop an Anti-Coagulation Certificate to assist pharmacists, expanding…

North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy announced awards to pharmacists who help educate students as they pursue their future careers.

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Amber Slevin, PharmD, BCACP, was named Faculty…

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Dr. Sanku Mallik was named Teacher of the Year in the NDSU School of Pharmacy, during a ceremony held on May 14. Mallik began his position in pharmaceutical sciences at NDSU in 2006. He serves as…

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Dr. Jagdish Singh, chair and professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the NDSU School of Pharmacy, is receiving a federal grant of more than $1.4 million for three years and the…

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Two graduate students in the NDSU Pharmaceutical Sciences Department in the School of Pharmacy have received awards from the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics.

Kishore…

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Elizabeth Skoy, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been recognized with the Chamber of Commerce NDSU Distinguished Faculty Service Award, which honorsNDSU faculty members who have made…

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Three NDSU School of Pharmacy faculty members have received awards from the North Dakota Pharmacists Association during its annual meeting in April.

Recipients include:

  • Dr. Amy Werremeyer – All…

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North Dakota State University students in health professions receive hands-on experience that makes a difference in patient care and in their future careers. For her work to help underserved…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has given NDSU pharmacy students experience with patients in real time in ways they could not have envisioned when they began their pharmacy studies. More than 70 pharmacy…

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NDSU pharmacy alumnus John Savageau (RPh, 1990) has been named the new director of pharmacy for Sanford Health for the Bismarck, North Dakota region.

Savageau had served Sanford as the manager of…

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Pharmacy alumnus Jeff Larson (RPh 1992) has received the AMCP Experiential Education Preceptor Award for 2021.

Larson serves as Clinical Director of Health Plans for CVS Caremark in Bloomington,…

One and done! NDSU nursing and pharmacy students volunteer to help #ProtectTheHerd during the COVID-19 vaccination clinic on campus for students, faculty and staff receiving the single-dose J&J…

North Dakota State University is now offering a new streamlined School of Pharmacy Admissions option to students through a Post-Baccalaureate Admissions Pathway.

Students who graduate as of May…

Research by a North Dakota State University student published in a national journal illustrates the potential risk to community pharmacists and their employees working during the COVID-19 pandemic.…

Three doctoral students have won the top awards in the NDSU Three Minute Thesis Competition. Winners were announced Feb. 3.

The honorees are:

• First place: Riddhi Trivedi, pharmaceutical…

NDSU's School of Pharmacy in the College of Health Professions has received an extended full accreditation for eight years, the maximum term allowed from the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy…

 

Newly published research shows a significant initial impact of the ONE Rx program to help pharmacists counsel patients about the potential for opioid misuse.

Published in the Journal of…

A faculty team at NDSU School of Pharmacy received a $284,000 grant award for a program to help stem opioid misuse and prevent accidental drug overdoses across North Dakota.

The one-year grant…

“I just can’t believe they are sending my mother home on Hospice. I’m not ready to say goodbye,” said one family member. “Plus, my house is full of people and I have to figure out all these…

When he was first considering careers, Yagna Jarajapu, PhD, was interested in studying engineering. When it came time to choose a college, India’s Andhra University was the closest institution to…

The NDSU School of Pharmacy held the Class of 2020 Hooding Ceremony on August 7. For a recording of the complete ceremony, click link

https://ndsu.zoom.us/rec/share/vO8pJu361UROX7P88UT1XLUBI6nEX6a…

A rotation at a community pharmacy in St. Paul, Minnesota this summer provided fourth year pharmacy student Patrick Joyce lessons beyond pharmacy. Joyce was working at a pharmacy in downtown St.…

The COViD-19 pandemic set off a chain of events affecting the world. For professional pharmacists, pharmacy students, educators and businesses, things are continually changing.

“Faculty, students,…

Larry K. Ellingson, (B.S. Pharmacy, ’69) will be recognized for his contributions to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with an Honorary Membership at their annual meeting in October in…

North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy announced awards to pharmacists who help educate students as they pursue their photo of Dr. Natasha Petryfuture careers.

Natasha Petry, PharmD, BCACP and assistant professor of…

North Dakota State University has named Dr. Amy Werremeyer as Chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice in the School of Pharmacy, effective May 1.

Werremeyer, PharmD., BCCP, and Associate…

Daniel Kenzie, North Dakota State University, Fargo, received a 2020 CCCC Technical and Scientific Communication Award as lead author for an article in Technical Communication Quarterly.

Kenzie,…

Throughout their education at NDSU, students in health professions gain valuable experience in their rotations and clinical experiences which will occur again in the future. Pharmacy students Ellie…

Teaching students the skills needed for professional success is the focus of NDSU’s School of Pharmacy and faculty develop innovative methods to reach students.

Pharmacy faculty members Heidi…

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams visited North Dakota in October as a keynote speaker during Governor Doug Burgum’s Main Street Initiative event. In addition, the U.S. Surgeon General asked…

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October 25, 2019 – Fargo, North Dakota – Pharmacy students at the NDSU School of Pharmacy learn about patient care during their education and also how local pharmacists play a role in making…

Leading experts from around the U.S. will share their research on pancreatic cancer at a symposium on Monday, July 8 at the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center at North Dakota State University, 1241 N.…

The statewide collaborative program ONE Rx recently surpassed its 2000th screening for patients receiving opioid prescriptions in North Dakota. ONE Rx is a program to help address potential…

It’s all done by volunteers through walks, bake sales, luminarias, golf outings and other staples of grassroots fundraising. How a county with just over 5,000 people raises tens of thousands…

A county of just over 5,000 people raises tens of thousands of dollars to support people with cancer and cancer research every single year.

What’s their secret to such sustained grassroots…

North Dakota State University School of Pharmacy announced three awards to pharmacists who help educate students as they pursue their future careers.

Amy Werremeyer, associate professor of pharmacy…

Outstanding NDSU faculty members will be honored during the annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence, scheduled for Thursday, May 9, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains room. 

In addition to…

NDSU pharmaceutical sciences doctoral student Raquib Hasan believes helping people is his mission in life. His research opportunities in the laboratory of assistant professor Amanda Brooks are…


What traits do employers seek in pharmacy graduates? Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences Director Teri Undem in the NDSU School of Pharmacy is conducting a survey to look at desirable employability…

NDSU students presented their business ideas at the midway point through the Innovation Challenge in a showcase style format on February 27, 2019. They presented to judges privately throughout the…

Imagine medication being able to follow a roadmap inside the body to directly target cells for treatment. From pancreatic cancer to treating chronic bone infections, graduate students in…

February 20, 2019 – Fargo, North Dakota – Patients who undergo bariatric surgery for obesity may experience positive results in a variety of areas including sexual function. A team of researchers…

Two paths are now available to achieve a pharmacy degree from NDSU. What could be termed a concept similar to “early signing day” in other areas of collegiate life is allowing the NDSU School of…

NDSU’s School of Pharmacy is offering free cholesterol, blood sugar and blood pressure screenings along with medication reviews.

Third-year professional pharmacy students conduct the screenings as…

Faculty in the NDSU College of Health Professions mentor both undergraduate and graduate researchers in a variety of research topics including cancer, obesity, targeted prescription delivery,…

Mark Strand challenges his students in the classroom with case studies and practice exercises. The process deeply engages students, and they work hard to complete the assignments with the skills…

Do you know your numbers? High blood pressure and other factors play a role in whether you’re at higher risk for stroke. People may have high blood pressure and not know it.

Learn your numbers and…

NDSU provides a supportive community that cares about student success in and out of the classroom. Students, faculty and staff often work together to create a positive learning environment and…

NDSU graduate students can work on world-class research projects with some of the top scientists in their field. These opportunities help students challenge themselves as researchers, find their…

October 23, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – Patients with chronic diseases such as asthma or diabetes, as well as those who receive a cancer diagnosis, benefit from treatment based on research.

Gradua…

A faculty member in the NDSU School of Pharmacy is leading a team to support Hepatitis C screening and treatment access at Family HealthCare in Fargo.

Amber Slevin, PharmD., BCACP and her Family…

Tyler Maanum is a third year NDSU pharmacy student. The Alexandria, Minnesota native found another career path in the pharmacy profession when he attended a College of Health Professions Career…


August 15, 2018 – Bismarck, North Dakota – Fixing a problem well after it occurs often can take more time and resources than addressing it when it starts or working to prevent it. A new statewide…

The NDSU Research Foundation and OncoThira have entered into a license agreement involving technology developed at North Dakota State University (NDSU). OncoThira will develop and market compounds…

July 16, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – Jeanne Frenzel, PhD and associate professor in pharmacy practice at NDSU, is one of just five Emerging Teaching Scholars in the U.S. selected by the American…

Pick an “e” word. Energized, educated, enthusiastic, eloquent. These all describe how engaged NDSU undergraduate student Christy Anderson becomes when doing her research in the pharmaceutical…

One mother vividly remembers her then three-and-a-half-year-old son's pleas when he received insulin injections several times each day. “He would beg and plead, ‘Don’t do it Momma!’” Linsey Davis…

In a profession that demands life-long learning, North Dakota State University pharmacy faculty members are being recognized on local and national levels for their commitment to students and research.

Fargo, North Dakota – Free continuing education opportunities in Fargo and in Bismarck will be held for North Dakota pharmacists in June and August to learn more about dementia care. Offered by the…

May 14, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – Every 40 seconds someone suffers a stroke in the United States. May is Stroke Awareness Month and a community outreach program from North Dakota State…


April 25, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – The North Dakota Pharmacists Association at its annual convention April 20-22 in Fargo announced a $500,000 donation to the NDSU School of Pharmacy for a…

The faculty teaching team of Drs. Heidi N. Eukel, Jeanne E. Frenzel, and Elizabeth T. Skoyfrom the NDSU Department of Pharmacy Practice were selected for the 2018 Award for Excellence in Course…

Fargo, North Dakota – April 17, 2018 – Five teams of pharmaceutical sciences graduate students received two first place, a second place and two third place awards in the NDSU Innovation Challenge at…

April 13, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – Nobody does it better than nature, but North Dakota State University researchers are getting a step closer.

While Spider-Man shoots silk from his wrists,…

April 10, 2018 – Grand Forks, North Dakota – More than 60 North Dakota State University doctor of pharmacy students and more than 70 University of North Dakota medical school students trained…

March 21, 2018 – Fargo, North Dakota – The number of people affected by the flu season this year has been particularly high across the U.S. and in North Dakota, with children and those over 60 often…

Cancer doesn’t discriminate. Learn how pharmaceutical sciences faculty such as Dr. Sanku Mallik and researchers across NDSU are targeting cancer to make a difference in diagnosis and treatment.

 

The NDSU School of Pharmacy is holding a continuing education opportunity for community, hospital or consultant pharmacists. “A Focus on Opioid Misuse and Use Disorders” runs from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.…

August 25, 2017 – Fargo, North Dakota – Dr. Yagna Jarajapu, associate professor in the School of Pharmacy at North Dakota State University, has received a two-year $154,000 grant award from American…

August 9, 2017 – Fargo, North Dakota – The five-year survival rate for pancreatic cancer patients is approximately 8 percent, according to the National Cancer Institute. Researchers from the NDSU…

July 10, 2017 Fargo, North Dakota – Two groups have awarded $11,078 in funding to two North Dakota State University faculty members in the School of Pharmacy for a program to assist in prevention…

 

June 16, 2017 – Fargo, North Dakota – Every 40 seconds, someone suffers a stroke. Knowing the signs of a stroke and how you can lessen risk factors are important. Students from the North Dakota…

Learn about new developments in pancreatic cancer diagnosis and drug delivery at the NDSU Pancreatic Cancer and Related Diseases Symposium to be held on Thursday, Aug. 10 in the Great Plains…

Amy Werremeyer, associate professor of pharmacy practice in the NDSU School of Pharmacy, was named Pharmacy Teacher and Faculty Preceptor of the Year for 2017. Daniel McPherson, critical care…

December 6, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Jagdish Singh, chair and professor in pharmaceutical sciences in the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University, is receiving a $1.89…

November 30, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Amy Werremeyer, associate professor of pharmacy practice in the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University, has been elected to the…

November 1, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Robert I. “Bob” Biberdorf has been selected as the NDSU School of Pharmacy Distinguished Alumnus for 2016. Sponsored by each of the colleges at the university,…

October 24, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Dr. Marketa Marvanova, chair of pharmacy practice in the College of Health Professions at North Dakota State University, has been appointed to serve as a…

NDSU School of Pharmacy celebrates National Pharmacy Week 2016

October 11, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Some patients who undergo weight loss surgery to combat obesity don’t lose the pounds they expect or they gain back weight. A team of researchers at seven…

Dr. Sanku Mallik, professor of pharmaceutical sciences in the College of Health Professions, is part of an interdisciplinary team working to contribute knowledge in the fight against cancer.

The…

     

Pharmaceutical sciences faculty in the College of Health Professions recently received a research grant from the National Science Foundation. 

Sanku Mallik, principal investigator and…

Advancements in biomedical sciences, drug discovery and development were the focus of speakers at the Third Annual American Association of Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Symposium on September 8…

September 7, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – From research to create new medications to developing proteins that could fight skin infections, undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Health…

August 16, 2016 – Fargo, North Dakota – Researchers in North Dakota State University’s College of Health Professions are receiving a $435,000 three-year grant award for colon cancer research that…

Three students from the College of Health Professions are winners in the Innovation Challenge ’16 held at NDSU. Prajakta Kulkarni, Matt Confeld, and Petra Reyna One Hawk received awards for their…

Including three Pharm.D. students and a pharmaceutical sciences graduate student.

Schwartzwald is a 1988 graduate of North Dakota State University and currently serves as Vice President of the Minnesota Board of Pharmacy, having been appointed in 2010 by Gov. Tim Pawlenty and…

Article in Grand Forks Herald about the option for Health care professionals willing to work in underserved areas can have their student loans repayed.

     

The College of Health Professions honored Kristine Steffen, associate professor pharmaceutical sciences, and Angeline Walswick, allied sciences advisor and lecturer, at its annual College…

Rear Admiral Pamela Schweitzer, the chief pharmacy officer and assistant surgeon general in the U.S. Public Health service, shared her view of the future of pharmacy in public health with students…

PSCI grad student member of third place team under the product category

“Bio-inspired and Bio-mimetic Strategies for Drug Delivery,” is scheduled for Tuesday, March 3, at 3:30 p.m. in Sudro Hall room 26.

Nursing and MPH faculty Molly Secor-Turner inducted in the Tapestry of Diverse Talents

Lisa Cassis, professor and chair of molecular and biomedical pharmacology at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, is scheduled to deliver the next NDSU Pharmaceutical Sciences Research…

Hundreds of Bismarck-Mandan community members attended the inaugural White Coat Ceremony for NDSU Nursing at Sanford Health in Bismarck held on Oct. 19.

 

A white coat ceremony officially welcomes…

NDSU Nursing at Sanford Health has scheduled its inaugural White Coat Ceremony for Sunday, Oct. 19, at 3 p.m. at the Best Western Seven Seas Hotel in Mandan, North Dakota. A total of 107 sophomore and…

The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited internationally known cardiovascular scientist Sampath Parthasarathy, an associate dean for research at the University of Central Florida…

The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited stem cell expert Stephen Bartelmez, founder and CEO of BetaStem, to deliver a research seminar. The presentation, titled “Transient…

How much road dust is there? What are its impacts? These are among the questions NDSU researchers are examining in the Bakken region of North Dakota. Five research proposals have been selected to…

The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited Dr. Ruiwen Zhang to deliver a research lecture, “Targeting MDM2 Oncogene for Cancer Therapy: A story beyond P53,” scheduled for Thursday,…

Donald Warne, director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health program, and senior Andrew Dalman are scheduled to give presentations at Health Pitch 2014, a community event to showcase ideas on improving…

Visiting students who participated in the NDSU Summer Research program are scheduled to give research presentations Monday, July 14, in the Memorial Union Hidatsa room.

The NDSU women's golf program had a team-record five student-athletes named All-American Scholars by the Women's Golf Coaches Association for the 2013-14 season.

 Maggie Crippen, Alex Schmid, Sarah…

A North Dakota State University professor dedicated to mentorship and a student committed to service were recently honored at the Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health.

NDSU announced 46 faculty members have been awarded promotions and 31 faculty members have received tenure, effective with the 2014-15 academic year.

NDSU received funding to establish a public health resource center for American Indians in North Dakota and the upper Midwest. The center’s mission is to address inequalities in American Indian health…

The Bison women’s and men’s teams combined for six selections on the Summit League’s 2014 Outdoor Track and Field Academic All-League teams. The honors were announced June 6.

A public forum on how value-added traditional and new specialty food crops can be used to counter and manage diet-linked chronic diseases and associated global public health-related issues will be…

A four-day camp to introduce rural high school students to a variety of jobs in health professions is scheduled for June 15-19 at NDSU.

 

Camp HOPE is designed for students in grades 9-12 interested…

NDSU is set to host “Midwest Pharm Fest 2014,” a young investigator symposium on the latest advances in drug development. The May 30-31 symposium at the Fargo Holiday Inn brings together graduate…

NDSU’s Department of Nursing and Cankdeska Cikana Community College are scheduled to hold the third annual conference focused on American Indian nursing May 20-21 in Bismarck, North Dakota.

A total of 30 NDSU students, staff and faculty have been nominated for the prestigious Mary McCannel Gunkelman Recognition Award. The recipient will be announced during the 26th annual award ceremony…

Five outstanding NDSU alumni will be recognized during the NDSU Alumni Association’s 2014 Alumni Awards Celebration, scheduled for Thursday, May 1, at 11:30 a.m. at the Fargodome.

NDSU's Public Health Association student organization is scheduled to host a series of events during National Public Health Week, April 7-13.

Over the last 25 years, 287 NDSU students have taken part in the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program. A majority of those students have gone on to earn master’s degrees or…

NDSU's Public Health Association student organization is scheduled to host a series of events during National Public Health Week, April 7-13.

 

“National Public Health week is a time to bring…

The NDSU Department of Nursing is co-sponsoring the first “GERO Nursing Conference: Geriatric Education for Reframing Outcomes,” scheduled for Friday, April 11, at the Dakota Medical Foundation,…

Ambassadors from two NDSU colleges raised a record amount for a local high school student recovering from a severe brain injury.

 

Representatives from the College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied…

The finalists have been named for NDSU’s Innovation Challenge ’14. The third annual competition focuses on innovative work of students.

NDSU has awarded the first master’s degrees from a first-of-its-kind cooperative program between NDSU and the University of North Dakota.

Donald Miller, professor and chair of pharmacy practice, has been appointed to a three-year term on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Arthritis Advisory Committee.

The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has scheduled a public seminar featuring a renowned cancer expert.

 

Bharat B. Aggarwal will present “Targeting Anti-Inflammatory Lifestyle for…

The Sanford College of Nursing Board of Directors and the Board of Directors for Sanford Bismarck have signed a memorandum of understanding with North Dakota State University to discuss a partnership…

A one-day NDSU pharmacy seminar, themed “Public Health Essentials for the Pharmacist,” attracted more than 40 participants from North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana and Illinois on Oct. 11…

Doctoral research student Shuang Zhou, and Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, have co-written a paper, “1, 25(OH)2D3 Inhibits Hepatocellular Carcinoma Development Through…

A professor from the College of Medicine at Texas A&M University’s Health Science Center is the next scheduled speaker in the NDSU pharmaceutical sciences research lecture series. Lih Kuo, professor…

Diabetes is fast becoming a global pandemic, along with increased rates of obesity and altered lifestyles. Some countries, such as China, are still early enough in the “diabesity” epidemic that there…

Seven NDSU students are recipients of the Doctoral Dissertation Award program through North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. The recipients will receive stipend support…

Shuang Zhou, a doctoral research student, and Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, have co-written two papers to be published in Current Medicinal Chemistry.

Sanku Mallik, professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and D. K. Srivastava, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, have been awarded a three-year, $350,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.

NDSU personnel will be included among 15 speakers discussing healthcare solutions during the region’s first Health Pitch event, scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 15, from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Stage at…

Darcy Speidel, a pharmacy technician at the Family HealthCare Pharmacy, was awarded the North Dakota Pharmacy Technician of the Year Award at the North Dakota Pharmacists Association convention held…

The NDSU Summer Undergraduate Research STEM Program wrapped up in July with awards for oral and poster presentations of projects.

 

The eight-week program, which began in summer 2008, provides a…

The NDSU Graduate School has awarded Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships to 12 students for the 2013-14 academic year. Each fellowship recipient will receive a stipend distributed during…

Donald Miller, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice at NDSU, recently served on a Food and Drug Administration Arthritis Advisory panel.

The first thing you notice about Erin Nyren-Erickson is her sassy red hair. Then how animated she is as she talks about liposomes and the ups and downs of conducting research.

The director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health program has been nominated by two Native American organizations to become the next U.S. surgeon general.

 

Donald Warne, associate professor and Mary J.…

A total of 34 NDSU faculty members have been awarded promotions and 32 faculty have received tenure, effective with the 2013-14 academic year. They will be honored during a campuswide celebration to…

The NDSU Development Foundation has announced its leadership group for the coming year. In addition, several new members were named to the foundation’s board of the trustees.

 

The officers of the…

May 21, 2013 – North Dakota State University’s Department of Nursing and Cankdeska Cikana Community College will hold the second annual conference focused on American Indian nursing in North Dakota…

David Scott and Daniel Friesner, both professors of pharmacy practice at North Dakota State University, received a grant from the National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation. The purpose of…

The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences have invited three distinguished scientists to deliver research lectures and meet with faculty and…

Donald Warne, director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health program, presented a Public Health Live webcast titled “American Indian Public Health Disparities: Regional Differences in Health,” on Feb. 21.…

Erin Nyren-Erickson, a graduate student in pharmaceutical sciences at North Dakota State University, took top honors in Innovation Challenge ’13, the second annual student innovation competition…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, “Neurotransmitter substance P mediates pancreatic cancer perineural invasion via NK-1R in cancer cells,” which was…

Robert Sylvester, professor of pharmacy practice, wrote the chapter “Anemia” in the recently released third edition of “Pharmacotherapy Principles and Practice.” The textbook used a solid…

Sathish K.R. Padi, a graduate student in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, received a Graduate Student Travel Award to the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics…

Several campus fundraising events are scheduled to assist Hannah Linz, a senior women’s basketball player who is in treatment for cancer.

 

The “Hoops for Hannah” project will hold free will…

Pharmacy practice faculty have written papers accepted for publication.

 

Jeanne Frenzel, associate professor of pharmacy practice; Elizabeth Skoy, assistant professor of pharmacy practice; and Heidi…

Pancreatic cancer is a deadly disease with increased incidences in the recent years. According to NDSU researchers, epidemiological data show chronic stress in a negative social and psychological…

About 50 NDSU pharmacy and nursing students will travel to the North Dakota State Capitol on Thursday, Feb. 14, to learn about the legislative process, offer blood pressure screenings to legislators…

The third annual “Battle of the Cents-es” is under way at North Dakota State University. The fundraising competition, which pits the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences Ambassadors…

Donald Warne, director of the Master of Public Health Program at NDSU, served as a keynote speaker and panel member at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s event titled “American Indian…

NDSU nursing faculty and student posters were presented at the Sanford Nursing Research Council’s first annual “Nursing Research Showcase: Investigating New Knowledge” in January. Members of the…

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Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has been invited to write a commentary on a clinical case for the journal, Clinical Advances in Hematology and Oncology. The commentary will be…

NDSU’s pharmacy program developed an innovative project where third-year pharmacy students can apply their skills while serving real patients.

 

Through the Thrifty White Concept Pharmacy, a licensed…

On a fall morning, fourth graders from Bismarck’s Myhre Elementary School filed into a study room at Sudro Hall.

 

Dana Davis, director of recruitment for College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied…

NDSU faculty members have received a $1.2 million three-year competitive grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Children and Families.

NDSU has a series of events scheduled to celebrate Native American Heritage Month, which began Thursday, Nov. 1.

Donald Warne, director of the NDSU Master of Public Health program, is scheduled to…

Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing; Donald Warne, Master of Public Health program director; and Valerie Eschiti, a colleague from the University of Oklahoma, co-wrote the guest editorial,…

Andrea Huseth-Zosel, research associate in the Master of Public Health program, presented at the third North Dakota Conference on Injury Prevention and Control in Bismarck, N.D. The meeting’s theme…

Donald Warne, director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health Program, is scheduled to be a panel member at the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network’s event titled, “American Indian Health Equity…

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited David W. Busija, Regents Professor and chair of the pharmacology department at Tulane University School of Medicine, to present his research and…

Several faculty in the pharmacy practice department recently presented or published papers.

 

Cynthia Naughton, associate professor, and Dan Friesner, professor, published the article, “Comparison of…

Loretta Heuer, professor of nursing, was selected by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing to serve on the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program’s Skills Examination Standard-Setting Policy…

NDSU announced 26 faculty members have been awarded promotions and 23 faculty members have received tenure, effective with the 2012-13 academic year. The faculty will be honored as part of a…

Several faculty in the NDSU pharmacy practice department recently presented or published papers.

 

Three faculty presented papers at the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy meeting in…

Four NDSU students are recipients of the Doctoral Dissertation Award program through North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. The recipients will receive stipend support…

The College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences recently announced several faculty awards. College faculty awards were presented at a special College Awards Ceremony held May 1 in Sudro Hall.…

This spring five NDSU seniors participated in an intriguing practicum in the African nation of Kenya, where they explored their chosen profession from a completely different perspective.

 

From…

Noah McBroom made NDSU history by being the first student to receive the Gunkelman Award in its 24-year history. The honor recognizes a student, faculty or staff member who has made the most…

Amanda Jensen, a doctor of nursing practice student from Roseau, Minn., was one of 142 doctoral students nationwide to be named a scholar through the Jonas Center for Nursing Excellence’s Nurse…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Shuang Zhou, a doctoral student in Wu’s lab, co-wrote the article, "Smilagenin Attenuates Beta Amyloid (25-35)-Induced Degeneration of…

The Tri-College University vaccinology program has awarded the first vaccinology scholarships to eight students enrolled in the newly established program. This past fall, Tri-College University…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "Alterations of TP53 are associated with a poor outcome…

Students in NDSU’s College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences are teaching area K-12 students about health care careers in fun, interactive ways. The six-week, after-school program is called…

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited Nobel laureate Dr. Ferid Murad to deliver a research lecture titled “Discovery of Nitric Oxide and Cyclic GMP in Cell Signaling and Their Role in…

The NDSU Alumni Association has scheduled the 2012 Alumni Awards Celebration for Thursday, April 26, at 11:30 a.m. at the Fargodome. The event honors graduates of NDSU who have achieved excellence in…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences; Kruttika Bhat, doctoral student in the Wu lab; and Fengfei Wang, research associate in pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article,…

The NDSU Student Nursing Association, Department of Nursing and North Dakota Partners in Nursing Gerontology Consortium Project are sponsoring “Adventures in Nursing at NDSU!” to educate area fourth…

Erxi Wu’s interest in cancer research began when he witnessed his friend battle the relentless disease. It was reinforced a few years later when he was in postdoctoral training and a professor in his…

Kristina L. (Boostrom) Schlecht, BS ’97, pharmaceutical sciences, and PharmD ’99, is the recipient of the Horizon Award that recognizes alumni who have graduated within the past 15 years and have…

Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing, and Gregory Sanders, associate dean for the College of Human Development and Education, had their manuscript, “Resilience and stereotyping: The…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, was invited to give a talk at the first annual meeting of the Society for Combined Therapy – East Meets West held Feb. 4 in Boston.

Wu’s talk,…

The NDSU Ballroom Dance Club sent nine couples to the Star of the North dance competition in Minneapolis Feb. 25-26. Competitors came from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa and Kansas. The…

The College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences Ambassadors has announced 11 new ambassadors. Ambassadors represent each program in the college and vary from pre-professional students to…

Twenty Madison Elementary second graders graduated from NDSU’s Great Health Care Adventure after school program on Feb. 24. The children attended six sessions, which took place Wednesday afternoons…

Molly Secor-Turner, assistant professor of nursing, and Brandy Randall, associate professor of human development and family science, received funding from the Society for Research on Adolescence…

NDSU seniors Abbey Moenkedick and Michelle Gaffaney were selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-Central Region second team for the 2011 season.

A highly successful second annual penny war between two student groups has raised more than $1,400 for two charities.

 

For five days, Feb. 6-10, the Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the review article, “The paracrine Sonic Hedgehog signaling derived from tumor epithelial cells: A key regulator in the pancreatic…

NDSU’s pharmacy program has developed a novel class project that allows third-year students to work with real patients before stepping into a professional setting. Through the Thrifty White Concept…

Dakota Medical Foundation and Impact Foundation have selected NDSU’s Department of Nursing to participate in the 2012 Giving Hearts Day, a 24-hour online fundraising event scheduled for Feb. 14.

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, recently was invited to present his research at Sanford Research, Sioux Falls, S.D.

NDSU students from two colleges are going head-to-head in the second annual “Battle of the Cents-es” penny war to see who can raise more money for their selected charities.

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and his lab published 20 papers on cancer research throughout 2011.

 

Some of the publications his research was featured in include, Journal…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences co-wrote two articles, “Therapeutic potential of perineural invasion, hypoxia and desmoplasia in pancreatic cancer” and “The cancer-stroma…

Danielle Ebnet, a nursing student at NDSU, has been selected by the Xi-Kappa-At-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society as the first recipient of the annual Martha Vorvick…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate in pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "β2-adrenoceptor blockage induces G1/S phase arrest and…

NDSU’s Department of Nursing, in partnership with statewide organizations, received a four-year $1.9 million research and evaluation grant to help American Indian people become health care…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Shuang Zhou, doctoral student of pharmaceutical sciences in Wu’s lab, co-wrote the article, "High glucose promotes pancreatic cancer cell…

A first-in-the-nation undergraduate vaccinology minor is helping to build a knowledgeable workforce for existing biopharmaceutical businesses in the Fargo, N.D.–Moorhead, Minn. metropolitan area. It's…

Dr. Donald Warne began his new position as director of NDSU’s new Master of Public Health program on Oct. 5.

 

Warne came to NDSU from Sanford Health, where he was director of the Office of Native…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "Anti-cancer activities of tea…

October 23-29, 2011 is the third annual American Pharmacy Educator Week

Distinguished scientist Eric Wong will present a research lecture on “Glioblastoma: Tumor Biology, Treatment and Diet” Thursday, Sept. 29, from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. in Sudro Hall room 26. The…

Robert Sylvester, professor of pharmacy practice, was lead author of the article, “Evaluation of methadone absorption after topical administration to hospice patients,” which was selected for…

Erin Nyren-Erickson, a doctoral student in pharmaceutical sciences, has received a pre-doctoral fellowship from the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education. The fellowship is awarded to…

Loretta Heuer, professor of nursing, and Dean Gross, assistant professor of nursing, received a three-year Health Resources and Human Services Administration Advanced Education Grant Award in the…

The FORWARD project and the Advocates group have selected nine faculty men to join the current group of Advocates. The newly appointed Advocates include Cristinel Ababei, assistant professor of…

Kruttika Bhat, a doctoral student in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences and cellular and molecular biology program, submitted an abstract titled “DHA Sensitizes Etoposide to Induce Apoptosis in…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, “Perspectives on the role of photodynamic therapy in the treatment of pancreatic cancer,” which has been accepted by…

Several members of the pharmacy practice department attended and held prominent roles at the 2011 annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy in San Antonio, July 10-13.

Wendy Brown, associate professor of pharmacy practice, received the Outstanding Member Award by the Association of Asthma Educators at the association’s annual meeting July 23 in Denver.

Pharmacy students Amber Altstadt and Jordan Wolf spent 10 days in Guatemala this summer as part of medical mission team.

 

The team, including two physicians, three medical students, a nurse and…

Eleven members of NDSU’s track and field team were named to the 2011 United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic team. Seniors Brittany Schanandore, Christine…

Carla Gross, associate professor of nursing, has been appointed the permanent chair of the Department of Nursing. Gross earned her bachelor’s degree in nursing from the University of North Dakota and…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the review article, “Hyperglycemia as a mechanism of pancreatic cancer metastasis,” which has been accepted by Frontiers in…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences in the Wu lab, co-wrote the review article, "Xanthones from Mangosteen Extracts…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the book chapter, "Prevention and management of obesity by isoflavones" with Barbara Doonan and Joseph Wu. It has been accepted by the…

nil Wagh and Faidat Sanusi, doctoral students in the pharmaceutical sciences department, received awards for their poster presentations at the 43rd Pharmaceutics Graduate Student Research Meeting at…

NDSU had 115 athletes in 12 sports make the Summit League's 2010-11 Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence. Overall, a total of 1,077 student-athletes from all 19 league-sponsored sports were…

Area students from North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana and Wisconsin were among the 1,362 students to graduate from North Dakota State University in spring 2011.

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences in the Wu lab, co-wrote the article, "Cambogin is preferentially cytotoxic to…

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A group of NDSU researchers will have their paper on brain tumor cells published in the interdisciplinary journal, Current Molecular Medicine.

 

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical…

Congratulations to the 2011 Spring Semester Dean's List!

Daniel Friesner has accepted the position of associate dean for student affairs and faculty development in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences.

 

Friesner will provide…

Donna M. Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing, presented "Native American Elders: Exploring the Resilience of Their Lived Experience" at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Nursing Seminar…

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The College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences held its second annual college awards ceremony and reception on May 2. Two faculty members, Carla Gross and Chengwen Sun, were…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "β2-adrenoceptor blocker synergizes with gemcitabine to…

The NDSU Graduate School has announced the 2010-11 Teaching and Research Awards. The awards are presented in partnership with colleges each year.

 

"The Teaching and Research Awards recognize…

Donna Grandbois, assistant professor of nursing, was invited to present at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's annual Spring Leadership Training for the Nurse Faculty Scholars Program March 23-24 in…

Thirty-eight NDSU employees, who have been employed at NDSU for 25 years, will be honored at the annual Quarter Century Club Banquet on Wednesday, May 4, at the NDSU Alumni Center.

 

The event will…

The second annual Green and Golden Globe Diversity Awards Ceremony was held April 27 in Beckwith Recital Hall. The NDSU Division of Equity, Diversity and Global Outreach created the ceremony to…

The NDSU Alumni Association has announced the 2011 recipients of the Alumni Achievement, Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement, Heritage and Horizon Awards. The awards will be presented at the NDSU…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "The Natural History of Extracranial Metastasis from Glioblastoma Multiforme," that will be published in Journal of…

A highly successful campus penny drive has raised more than $1,200 for local charities.

 

From March 28 to April 1, the Engineering and Architecture Ambassadors and the Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied…

The fifth annual NDSU Distinguished Alumni Award Program is scheduled for April. Sponsored by each of the colleges at NDSU, the program recognizes accomplishments of outstanding alumni and educates…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, has been invited to write a review article for the journal, Current Pharmaceutical Design. The article, "Advances in Biomarker Research for…

Two campus groups are going head-to-head to benefit local charities. Ambassadors from the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences will compete with their counterparts from the College of…

A new course, Introduction to Public Health (PHRM 101), will be offered starting fall 2011. The course will introduce undergraduate students to the interdisciplinary field of public health. Students…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, co-wrote an article, "Inferring cell cycle feedback regulation from gene expression data," that will be published in the…

Tenzin Jangchup only learned the full extent of what she signed up for once she got to Indonesia. Jangchup, a pharmacy student, was going to be working with PKBI-Bandung, the equivalent of Planned…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Kruttika Bhat, doctoral student in the cellular and molecular program and pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "Stem cell…

Loretta Heuer, associate dean and professor of nursing, co-wrote an article for Medical Care, the official journal of the medical care section, American Public Health Association. The article is…

NDSU's Thrifty Concept Pharmacy, a licensed pharmacy located in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences and staffed by faculty of Department of Pharmacy Practice, is offering health and…

Step into Satish Chandran’s office to ask him about the work he’s doing to jumpstart Fargo-Moorhead’s vaccine sector, and the director of North Dakota State University’s fledgling Center for…

The NDSU Public Health Association is a new organization on campus to help individuals learn about public health and connect students, faculty and staff with public health educators, practitioners and…

Loretta Heuer, associate dean of nursing, co-wrote a commissioned paper, "Nursing Innovations: The Future of Chronic Disease Management," in The Institute of Medicine (IOM) and the Robert Wood Johnson…

Loretta Heuer, associate dean of nursing, recently was appointed to the North Dakota Board of Nursing (NDBON) Education Committee. Heuer was among three nurses appointed to the committee by the North…

Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, co-wrote the article, "Target of the CXCR4-CXCL12 axis mobilizes autologous hematopoietic stem cells and prolongs islet allograft survival via…

NDSU's long-serving provost and vice president of academic affairs, Craig Schnell, has announced his intention to retire from his administrative responsibilities sometime in the summer of 2011.…

NDSU's Department of Nursing has been named the fiscal host for the North Dakota Southwest Area Health Education Center (AHEC). Loretta Heuer, associate dean for nursing and associate director of the…

A collaboration between North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota to offer a master of public health degree is a sign of things to come, officials said Thursday.

A new collaborative master's degree program between North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota will address an anticipated growing need in the public health field. The Master of…

North Dakota State University and the University of North Dakota received unanimous approval today to jointly offer a graduate program in public health.

Public health experts are going to be in short supply in a few years as more retire and aren’t replaced, according to University of North Dakota and North Dakota State University, which are proposing…

First-year NDSU pre-pharmacy student Jane Loueng's goal is to be the best, and she's well on her way.

 

Loueng's outstanding academic record has earned her two major national scholarships. She is the…

The Department of Nursing has received a $7,500 match grant from Dakota Medical Foundation to support scholarships for nursing students.

 

The grant award is contingent on the Department of Nursing…

The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences has invited a distinguished scientist, Raju Kucherlapati, to deliver a research lecture and to meet with the…

Thirty-six faculty members have volunteered to become mentors in the Faculty in Residence Education Program, administered by the Department of Residence Life, for the 2010-11 academic year. The…

The NDSU Department of Nursing and Dakota Medical Foundation have been awarded a two-year, $250,000 grant from Partner's Investing in Nursing's Future to address nursing workforce shortages specific…

Stefan Vetter, research assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, gave a presentation at the 11th Symposium of the European Calcium Society on Calcium-Binding Proteins in Normal and Transformed…

As part of the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Lecture Series, distinguished scientist Sudipta Seal is scheduled to present "Length scale effects in nanoceria and its role in…

Sanku Mallik, professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Kausik Sarkar, University of Delaware, received a three-year, $587,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for developing liposomes that…

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The fledgling Center for Biopharmaceutical Research and Production at North Dakota State University essentially occupies the sparely appointed office of its director, Satish Chandran.

 

But Chandran…

North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR) announced research awardees for its Infrastructure Improvement Program (IIP) Seed Grants and Doctoral Dissertation…

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The NDSU Alumni Association is pleased to announce 2010-11 officers and new board members. The 32-member board, which includes 30 alumni, one student representative and the university president,…

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The next step in making Fargo-Moorhead a global destination for the vaccine industry is to build a pool of talent, university and industry leaders say.

 

The Greater Fargo Moorhead Economic…

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Alexa Hanson, doctoral student in human development, and Alicia Fitz, assistant professor of pharmacy, attended the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Office of Dietary Supplements course, "Dietary…

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Sara Wald, director of advancement in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, has been selected to serve as an at-large member of the Council for Advancement and Support of Education…

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Polly Olson, director of the Department of Allied Sciences, received the 2010 President's Award from the North Dakota Society for Respiratory Care. This honor was presented at the society's annual…

C. Satishchandran, formerly the chief technology officer of the Nucleic Acid-Based Therapeutics Division of the Biotherapeutics Division at Pfizer Inc., will direct the new Center for…

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The Upward Bound Achievement Award was given to Madina Joseph, who was born in Sudan and migrated via Ethiopia and Kenya to Fargo South High School in 2001, where she was accepted into the Upward…

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The NDSU Graduate School has named the 2009-10 Teaching and Research Award recipients. The awards are presented in partnership with colleges each year.

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Praveen Kumar Shukla, graduate student and research assistant in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, was awarded the prestigious Young Investigator Award at the 2010 Society for Experimental…

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The NDSU Graduate School has awarded Graduate School Doctoral Dissertation Fellowships to six students for the 2010-11 academic year. Each fellowship recipient will receive a stipend distributed…

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The College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences has named the 2010 class of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences Ambassadors. The 30 members of this student organization represent each…

Help celebrate and honor those who provide care for others during National Nurses Week from May 6-12. Thanks to all the current nursing students who have made a commitment to touch the lives of others…

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Frenzel receives the Peltier Award, which was established by Joseph and Norma Peltier to recognize outstanding innovation in teaching.

Donald Miller, chair of pharmacy practice, wrote Frenzel is the…

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The College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences held its first annual college awards ceremony and reception on April 12. Three faculty members earned awards.

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The NDSU community is invited to the 21st annual McNair Scholars Research Forum on Thursday, April 22, and Friday, April 23, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. in the Alumni Center Reimers room. The event is…

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Heidi (Luinstra) TenBroek has been selected as NDSU's 2010 Student Nurse of the Year. An NDSU junior who is majoring in nursing and minoring in child development, TenBroek is the daughter of Doug and…

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NDSU has been awarded a grant of $351,764 from the National Science Foundation's Major Research Instrumentation Program, funded under the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009.

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Third-year professional pharmacy students have been learning skills necessary to provide medication therapy management through simulation provided in the Thrifty White Concept Pharmacy located in the…

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The flags along the wall of the Walgreens Wing in Sudro Hall were dedicated Feb. 19 in a celebration of diversity in the college.

 

To represent the current diversity, the college hung 22 flags…

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy released the 2009 national rankings for National Institutes of Health funding for pharmacy schools. Out of 116 schools of pharmacy, North Dakota State…

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Space is waiting on the third flood of the business incubator at North Dakota State University to house what’s called the Center for Biopharmaceutical Research and Production.

 

More importantly, a…

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The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences at NDSU has invited distinguished scientist Ratneshwar Lal to deliver a research lecture and to meet…

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The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences in the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences at NDSU has invited distinguished scientist Jing Xuan Kang to deliver a research lecture and to meet…

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Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, presented a poster titled "PDGFR alpha and PDGFR beta Differentially Regulate Cell Proliferation and Migration/Invasion in Medulloblastoma…

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Undem to present Pharmaceutical Sciences Research Lecture

 

Bradley J. Undem, distinguished scientist and NDSU alumnus, is scheduled to present a seminar titled, "TRP Channel Pharmacology of Vagal…

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Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, will have a manuscript published in the book series titled "Recent Progress in Medicinal Plants." The manuscript is titled "Recent Advances…

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The Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, along with the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences, has invited distinguished scientist Hamid Ghandehari to present a research lecture and to…

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Family HealthCare Pharmacy, NDSU and Family HealthCare Center have received four Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative awards including the Clinical Pharmacy Services Improvement…

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Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Fengfei Wang, senior research associate in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, have had a manuscript published with collaborator…

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Walgreens Co., located in Deerfield, Ill., has awarded the College of Pharmacy, Nursing, and Allied Sciences a $10,000 gift to support and expand the college's diversity efforts. Last year, the…

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Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences, and Guoying Zhang, a colleague from Yantai University in China, have published the manuscript "Matrine Suppresses Breast Cancer Cell…

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Donna Grandbois, assistant professor in the Department of Nursing, and Greg Sanders, associate dean in the College of Human Development and Education, will have their article titled "The Resilience of…

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