NDSU students present research at Transportation Research Forum
NDSU transportation and logistics doctoral students recently presented research at the 59th annual Transportation Research Forum April 10-11 in Minneapolis.
NDSU takes fifth at national cybersecurity competition
NDSU finished fifth at the national MITRE STEM “capture the flag” cybersecurity competition recently held online.
NDSU potato researchers honored by F-M Convention and Visitors Bureau
The Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureaurecently recognized the organizers of the 101st Potato Association of America meeting with the Industry Excellence Award. NDSU personnel were...
New chair named for electrical and computer engineering department
Benjamin Braaten, associate professor, has been appointed chair of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Braaten has served as the interim chair of the department since August 2017.
NDSU students recognized by Minnesota Food Technologists
Cereal and food sciences students Madison Gohl, Katelyn Schmoll, Minwei Xu and Supun Sandaru Fernando were recognized during the Minnesota Section of the Institute of Food Technologists awards...
Commencement speaker to urge classmates to try to solve world’s problems
Singelmann took part in a series of engineering research projects with the goal of creating human cardiovascular therapies and treatments that are less invasive than pacemakers.
Biological sciences students to present research
The semester’s final presentation of the Department of Biological Sciences seminars will feature poster presentations by students participating in the Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experience,...
NDSU students receive prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowships
NDSU graduate student Kurt Williams and senior Anna Renner recently were awarded 2018 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program grants. The annual honors support outstanding...
NDSU to host GenCyber summer camp
NDSU and Dakota State University, Madison, South Dakota, are teaming up to present the state’s first GenCyber camp, scheduled for June 25-29 on the NDSU campus.
Dr. Neil Dyer Named as University Attending Veterinarian
Dr. Kelly A. Rush, Vice President of the Office of Research and Creative Activity, has named NDSU Professor and current interim attending veterinarian Dr. Neil Dyer as attending veterinarian.