Archived Feature Stories—2010
"Dear Friends and Family:" What Does Your Annual Holiday Letter Say About You?
Even in an age of social media, Burnett says the holiday letters shed light on what people think is important.
NDSU Researchers Phone Home to Young Scientists from 9,000 Miles Away
Forget Santa and the North Pole. For a group of eighth graders, the real deal this winter is a team of North Dakota State University students and research scientists working in Antarctica, which includes the South Pole.
Undergrad Researcher Receives NASA Scholarship
Undergrad researcher Cody Gette has the "right stuff" to make significant research breakthroughs.
The "Rodney Dangerfield" of Halloween Icons
Gillam has conducted field research on bats in Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of North Dakota, in Texas and in Costa Rica.
NDSU Research Team Studies in Antarctica
A five-member team from NDSU’s Department of Geosciences heads to Antarctica to conduct research on Antarctica’s climate history.
Non-Toxic Cancer Treatment
Using nanotechnology to develop a cheaper, less toxic way to detect and treat cancer.
First Year Student, Already in the Lab
First-year NDSU pre-pharmacy student Jane Loueng's goal is to be the best, and she's well on her way.