NDSU Students Present at TRF Annual Forum
Five NDSU students presented research at the 59th Annual Transportation Research Forum April 10-11 in Minneapolis
NDSU and UND awarded patent for unmanned aircraft systems technology
NDSU and the University of North Dakota have received a patent for technology that integrates energy-storing capacitors into the body or other large components of manned and unmanned aircraft systems
Jane Schuh named vice president of office of Research and Creative Activity
NDSU Provost Beth Ingram has announced Jane Schuh, professor of microbiological sciences, has accepted a one-year appointment as vice president for research and creative activity.
Central Grasslands Center Field Day scheduled
The results of grazing and forage studies, and a new study on cow and bee movement patterns are among the topics for the July 9 field day at NDSU's Central Grasslands Research Extension Center near...
NATURE student puts sleep science to the test
Roan Eagle, a student at Cankdeska Cikana Community College, spent two weeks at NDSU as part of the Nurturing American Tribal Undergraduate Research and Education, or NATURE, program.
Lardy Named NDSU Extension Interim Director
NDSU Animal Sciences Department head Greg Lardy will serve as North Dakota State University Extension’s interim director.
NDSU, NDSCS expand partnership for student success
The North Dakota State College of Science and NDSU have entered into a Memorandum of Agreement to better serve the research, service, educational and workforce needs of North Dakota
Seedstocks administrator receives President's Volunteer Service Award
Gonzalo Rojas-Cifuentes, assistant director of North Dakota Foundation Seedstocks, was awarded the prestigious President’s Volunteer Service Award for contributing more than 350 hours of volunteer...
Transportation and logistics student presents at national conference
NDSU transportation and logistics student Mingwei Guo presented his work on the Geographic Roadway Inventory Tool at the Geographic Information Systems for Transportation Symposium in Little Rock,...
NDSU professor breeding a hardy maple tree for North Dakota
Todd West, NDSU professor of plant sciences, is looking to help create a Freeman maple that will thrive in North Dakota and the Northern Plains region of the U.S.