Welcome to the College of Science and Mathematics,
home to nine departments, 1,775 students and 150 faculty/staff.
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The College of Science and Mathematics prepares NDSU graduates to be part of it all – working in this country and abroad in a wide spectrum of science and mathematics fields. Our graduates today serve in diversity of fields: top executives in chemical and biotechnology companies, computer scientists for major technology companies (e.g., Microsoft in Fargo), physicists for NASA, physicians and health specialists, and exploration geologists at sites across the Americas.
Biological sciences seminar to feature wildlife ecologist
The Department of Biological Sciences and the USDA-APHIS-WS National Wildlife Research Center are set to host a seminar by Jay Boulanger, assistant professor of wildlife ecology and human dimensions...
Ecologist to present biological sciences seminar
The Department of Biological Sciences and the Range Science Graduate Student Association are set to host a lecture by Kathryn Yurkonis, University of North Dakota associate professor of biology.
Student gives presentations at international conference
NDSU undergraduate student Brandon Rudisel, a computer science major from Fargo, gave presentations at the prestigious SPIE Defense + Commercial Sensing 2017 Symposium held April 9-13 in Anaheim,...
NDSU faculty member named to journal post
Jeremy Straub, assistant professor of computer science, recently was named information director for the ACM Computing Surveys Journal.
The journal is published by the Association for Computing...
Faculty member recognized by North Dakota University System
Jeff Boyer, NDSU College of Science and Mathematics learning designer and technologist and assistant professor of practice, has been recognized with a Commendatory Faculty Award from the North Dakota...