NDSU researcher, students study cell death in search for cancer cure
An NDSU student is getting the chance to help find a cure for cancer. And all it took was an email to get his foot in the lab.
One of Joshua Krank’s first-year classes featured a guest speaker who...
NDSU researcher studies why older parents' offspring have reduced longevity
An NDSU faculty member is among a group of international researchers studying why older parents produce offspring who tend to have shorter lives.
Britt J. Heidinger, assistant professor of...
NDSU sociologist receives National Endowment for the Humanities grant
NDSU’s Christina Weber will lead a yearlong project to help Fargo-Moorhead and North Dakota better understand what happens when soldiers return home after war.
Weber, a sociologist, received a...
NDSU management faculty member publishes article
A manuscript by Joshua Marineau, assistant professor of management, has been accepted for publication in Group and Organization Management.
The article is titled "Trust and Distrust Network Accuracy...
NDSU researchers receive funding for biomaterials research
Birgit Pruess, associate professor of veterinary and microbiological sciences, and Shane Stafslien, senior research specialist at NDSU Research and Creative Activities, received $74,787 in funding...
NDSU University Distinguished Professor co-publishes book
Larry Reynolds, University Distinguished Professor of animal sciences, has co-published a book titled "Wombs with a View: Illustrations of the Gravid from the Renaissance through the Nineteenth...
Doctoral Dissertation Assistantships proposals sought
The North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, known as ND EPSCoR, is calling for Doctoral Dissertation Assistantships proposals. Awardees receive support for up to 24 months...
Innovation '16 project showcase scheduled
The student projects for this year's Innovation Challenge are set to be on display Tuesday, Jan. 26, from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union Great Plains Ballroom. A short program is planned...
NDSU graduate student presents at international conference
Julie Smith, an NDSU doctoral student in counselor education and supervision, presented a workshop at the Healing Our Spirit Worldwide 7th Gathering in New Zealand in November.
"NDSU, along with the...
Plant pathology faculty member to present at national conference
Maricelis Acevedo, assistant professor of plant pathology, is scheduled to present "Field Nurseries in Kenya and Ethiopia Promoting International Collaboration" at the American Association for the...