Five NDSU golfers named All-American Scholars
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...
Associate professor, student earn public health awards
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.
Faculty granted tenure, receive promotions
NDSU announced 46 faculty members have been awarded promotions and 31 faculty members have received tenure, effective with the 2014-15 academic year.
NDSU receives funding to establish American Indian Public Health Resource Center
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...
Bison student-athletes named to Summit League Academic All-League teams
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.
Public forum on diet-linked diseases and public health set for June 16
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...
Camp Hope scheduled for June 15-19
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 to host pharmacy research symposium
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...
American Indian nursing conference scheduled
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.
Gunkelman Award nominees announced
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...