New Research Says Sweets Help Your Disposition
A new study by NDSU alumni and a faculty member suggests people with a “sweet tooth” have sweeter dispositions. The research was conducted by Brian Meier, PhD ’05 and an associate professor of...
Evolution: Not as Long as You Think
Research conducted by a team of biological scientists published in PLoS ONE suggests that conservation biologists and managers should consider the prospect that populations transferred to new...
NDSU Anthropology Assistant Professor Publishes 9/11 Work
Joy Sather-Wagstaff, assistant professor of anthropology at NDSU, had her research narrative essay titled, “Re/placing the World Trade Center” published in Anthropology News, the monthly publication...
NDSU Science Café Scheduled for Sept. 13
The NDSU Science Café presentation, “Energy and our future: What is the problem, how big is it and what are our options?” is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 7 p.m. in Stoker’s Basement, Hotel...
NDSU Pharmaceutical Sciences Student Awarded Fellowship
Erin Nyren-Erickson, a doctoral student in pharmaceutical sciences at NDSU, has received a pre-doctoral fellowship from the American Foundation for Pharmaceutical Education. The fellowship is awarded...
NDSU Center for Protease Research Hosts Research Poster Session
The Center for Protease Research held its annual “Undergraduate Research Poster Session” Aug. 4 in the Memorial Union. Thirty students presented posters on their scientific research performed at NDSU.
NDSU Nursing Faculty Awarded Grant
Loretta Heuer, professor of nursing at NDSU, and Dean Gross, assistant professor of nursing, received a three-year Health Resources and Human Services Administration Advanced Education Grant Award of...
ND EPSCOR Announces Award Recipients
ND Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR) has announced research awardees for its Doctoral Dissertation Assistantship program. Thirteen students competed for the...