NDSU researchers speed up archaeological assessment process
Completing archaeological and cultural land surveys quickly is key to developers, and doing them thoroughly is crucial to preservationists. But assessments take time. Sometimes lots of it.
NDSU undergraduates discuss research with state lawmakers
More than a dozen NDSU undergraduate students and faculty advisors shared results of their research projects at NDSU Undergraduate Research Day held at the State Capitol in Bismarck on Jan. 27 at an...
NDSU graduate students share research on healthy aging
People are living longer and want to know how to live better.
A group of four NDSU graduate students recently took the latest research on healthy aging to residents at Bethany Retirement Living in...
NDSU students research destructive honeybee disease
Elliott Welker is the scientist who wants to be a beekeeper, and Garett Slater is the beekeeper who wants to be a scientist.
The NDSU students worked together to complete a difficult task: to develop...
NDSU, Sanford Health Research Partnership Focuses on Human Health, Nutrition
Marketing faculty member publishes in top 5 journal
Michael Krush, assistant professor of marketing at NDSU, co-wrote an article, “Dispersion of marketing capabilities: impact on marketing’s influence and business unit outcomes,” recently published in...
Political science subject of journal article
Dan Pemstein, assistant professor of political science at NDSU, recently was notified his paper, "Brussels Bound: Policy Experience and Candidate Selection in European Elections," was accepted for...
Human development and education research published and presented
Kelly Sassi, associate professor of English and English education at NDSU, presented with Alana Benoit of the Alliance for Young Writers and Artists and Samuel Reed of the Philadelphia Writing Project...
Gomez awarded diplomacy and diversity fellowship
Kayeromi Gomez, an NDSU doctoral candidate in applied statistics, has been selected for the prestigious 2015 Humanity in Action Diplomacy and Diversity Fellowship.
The program gathers 24 American...
Water Resources Research Institute Names Director
Fargo, North Dakota – The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute has named Eakalak Khan as director of the Institute, effective March 1. He will succeed G. Padmanabhan who served as long-time...