NDSU Animal Sciences Has Strong Showing at Midwest Meetings
Fargo, N.D. — Students, faculty and staff from NDSU's Department of Animal Sciences were recognized at the Midwest meetings of the American Society of Animal Science/Dairy Science March 14-16 in ...
NDSU’s Wolf-Hall Part of National Team Awarded $1.5 Million USDA Grant
Fargo, N.D. — Charlene Wolf-Hall, NDSU professor of veterinary and microbiological sciences and assistant dean for the Graduate School, is part of a collaborative team that has been awarded a ...
NDSU Cereal Science Paper is 'Editor's Pick'
Fargo, N.D. — Harkanwal Sandhu, doctoral candidate in the NDSU cereal science graduate program; his adviser, Frank Manthey, professor in plant sciences; and co-authors Senay Simsek, assistant ...
NDSU Students Discover that Studying the Past Leads to Their Future: Group’s Research Uncovers Rare Artifact in South Pacific
Fargo, N.D. — Summer on a tropical island in the Pacific sounded like a great idea to eight undergraduate and two graduate students from North Dakota State University studying anthropology. Led ...
NDSU Human Development & Education Faculty Publish and Present
Fargo, N.D. — NDSU College of Human Development and Education faculty continue to publish research and generate presentations in their fields.
An article titled "Folic Acid Every Day: A...
NDSU Professor Selected for Chamber of Commerce Honor
Fargo, N.D. — Herbert Snyder, associate professor of accounting and information systems, has been selected to receive the Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Faculty Service Award, formerly known ...
NDSU Plant Sciences Professor Receives Award
Fargo, N.D. — Senay Simsek, assistant professor in plant sciences at NDSU, received the NC-213 Andersons Cereal and Oil Seeds 2011 Early-in Career Award of Excellence during the Multi-state...
NDSU Faculty Publishes Book on Tourists' Experiences at Memorial Sites
Fargo, N.D. — Joy Sather-Wagstaff, assistant professor of anthropology at NDSU, published "Heritage That Hurts: Tourists in the Memoryscapes of September 11" in mid-February.
In the book,...
Million-Dollar Grant Awarded to Research Start-Up Company Founded by NDSU Computer Science Professor
Fargo, N.D. — The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded a two-year, $1.08 million competitive grant award to Dr. Brian Slator, North Dakota State University computer science professor,...
Science Café at NDSU presents 'Who Believes in Global Warming … and Why?'
Fargo, N.D. — "Who Believes in Global Warming … and Why?" is the next Science Café scheduled for Tuesday, April 12, at 7 p.m. in Stoker's Basement in the Hotel Donaldson, downtown Fargo.