NDSU associate professor earns Fulbright grant for researching bioenergy
Scott Pryor will use a prestigious Fulbright grant to travel to South Africa and research the environmental impacts of the country’s biofuels production.
Pryor, associate professor of agricultural...
NDSU student receives prestigious Fulbright research grant
Jackie Wrage will attempt to help the Chilean government move closer to its renewable energy goals thanks to a prestigious Fulbright grant.
The NDSU senior will spend nine months at the University of...
NDSU hosts conference to explore Native American health and wellness
The North Dakota State University School of Nursing is hosting an American Indian health-care conference that will explore health and wellness through the traditions and cultures of American Indian...
NDSU faculty member presents Bakken findings to Justice Department officials
Carol Archbold, associate professor of criminal justice at NDSU, recently presented the findings of her research on law enforcement issues in the Bakken to several officials from the U.S. Department...
NDSU professor explains importance of animals in global food security
Larry Reynolds, University Distinguished Professor of animal sciences, and colleagues from around the country, recently published "Importance of Animals in Agricultural Sustainability and Food...
Professorships awarded to 3 NDSU faculty
NDSU Provost Beth Ingram has announced three respected faculty members have received biannual Endowed Professorships.
Carol Archbold, associate professor of criminal justice and political science,...
NDSU criminal justice faculty member to publish paper
Amy Stichman, assistant professor of practice in the Department of Criminal Justice and Political Science, was notified an article she co-wrote with Jill Gordon of Virginia Commonwealth University was...
NDSU student researcher discovers two new insect species
NDSU sophomore Mariom Carvajal is making a name for herself among researchers who explore the insect world.
Carvajal led a team of NDSU entomology researchers that recently identified and described...
NDSU faculty and students encourage kids' interest in math
It was Friday night, and a classroom in NDSU’s Minard Hall was filled with excited children and their parents.
The kids moved from booth to booth—fishing math problems out of blow-up pools for Math...
NDSU expert helps stop spread of avian influenza
Shafiqur Rahman knows little about avian influenza, but he knows as much as anyone in the country about the environmentally friendly and safe disposal of animals that have succumbed to disease.