NDSU Project Gives Mathematicians a Historical Perspective
It's a mathematician's glimpse of the past, and, perhaps, a connection with greatness. The Mathematics Genealogy Project, a service managed by the NDSU Department of Mathematics in association with...
NDSU Faculty Awarded Grant for Collaborative Research in Antarctica
More NDSU students will receive the opportunity to conduct research in Antarctica. The National Science Foundation has awarded a $292,568 grant to geology professors Adam R. Lewis and Ken Lepper of...
NDSU Human Development and Education Faculty Showcase Work
Several College of Human Development and Education faculty and students gave presentations or had research published.
NDSU’s Jackson Presents at Economic Theory Meeting
Jeremy Jackson, assistant professor of agribusiness and applied economics, presented the paper, "Dynamic Technological Innovation With Dual Quality Ladders," at the Association for Public Economic...
NDSU Professor Publishes Research About Writers and Translators
Bruce Maylath, professor of English at NDSU, published the article, "Field Convergence Between Technical Writers and Technical Translators," in the June issue of the Institute of Electrical and...
NDSU Animal Sciences Professor Presents in Poland
Anna Grazul-Bilska, professor of animal sciences at NDSU, was invited to present six lectures and nine seminars at a workshop at the College of Biological Sciences at the University of Warmia and...
Wu Lab at NDSU to Publish Paper in Scientific Online Journal
Erxi Wu, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at NDSU, and Fengfei Wang, research associate of pharmaceutical sciences in the Wu lab, co-wrote the article, "Cambogin is preferentially...
NDSU Laboratory Manager Participates in Math and Science Partnership Grant Institute
Jayma Moore, laboratory manager of the Electron Microscopy Center at NDSU, was an invited instructor for the Math and Science Partnership Grant Institute at Sitting Bull College in Fort Yates, N.D.,...
NDSU Graduate Student Receives Fellowships
Anoklase Jean-Luc Ayitou, a fourth-year chemistry and biochemistry graduate student at NDSU, recently received two fellowships.
Book by NDSU Professor Examines Role of Children in War and Propaganda
A new book titled “Children, War and Propaganda” examines wartime contributions of U.S. children in World War I and World War II. Author Ross Collins, Ph.D., communication professor at North Dakota...