NDSU Alumni Association announces 2012 alumni awards
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...
Assistant professor publishes research, participates on panel
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...
Assistant professor presents at international conference
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.
Ballroom Dance Club competes in Minneapolis
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...
College announces new student ambassadors
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...
Second graders graduate from Great Health Care Adventure
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...
Faculty receive grant to conduct research in Kenya
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...
Seniors honored by National Soccer Coaches Association of America
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.
Battle of the Cents-es penny drive raises more than $1,400
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...
Assistant professor publishes paper on pancreatic tumor regulator
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...