Fundraiser events set to support basketball player Hannah Linz
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 publish research
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...
Researchers to publish paper linking stress and pancreatic cancer
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...
NDSU students to take healthy heart message to state capitol on Valentine’s Day
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...
'Battle of the Cents-es' under way at NDSU
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...
Master of Public Health Program director gives keynote presentation
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...
Nursing posters displayed at Sanford locations
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...
‘Battle of the Cents-es’ scheduled
VOLUME 5 ISSUE 2 - It's Happening at State - January, 31, 2013
NDSU researcher invited to write commentary on cancer case
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...
Third-year pharmacy students to practice serving real patients
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...