Canadian expert on Indigenous peoples, technoscience to participate in NDSU diversity conversation
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU and the YWCA Cass Clay have announced Kim TallBear will be the Learning the Language of Diversity and Meaningful Inclusion program’s February speaker.
Inspiring Teacher: Katie Lyman, associate professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences
Associate professor Katie Lyman has adapted her approach to help students gain the knowledge they need to succeed in their career and in life, despite the global pandemic.
Katie Lyman is an…
Department of Public Health to host seminar
Ramona Danielson, NDSU assistant professor in the Department of Public Health, is scheduled to give the department’s first seminar of the spring semester. She is set to present “The Role of…
Projected crop profits for 2021 improve from 2020
The NDSU Extension projected crop budgets for 2021 are available for the state’s producers, according to Ron Haugen, NDSU Extension farm management specialist.
The 2021 projected profits vary by…
Challey Institute announces IDEAS Research Workshop scholars
The Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth at NDSU has announced the spring speakers for the IDEAS Research Workshop, a series to explore interdisciplinary solutions for enhancing…
Extension agronomist honored
Tom Peters, Extension sugarbeet agronomist and weed control specialist at NDSU and the University of Minnesota, was awarded the 2021 Sugarbeet Distinguished Service Award by the Sugarbeet Research and…
NDSU student teams earn medals in physics competition
NDSU students excelled during the recent 2020 University Physics Competition. One team earned a silver medal and another received a bronze medal in the contest held in November.
NDSU researchers refine accuracy of using sensors to detect railroad track problems
NDSU researchers have developed a method to identify and more precisely locate railroad track irregularities using the vast amount of data generated by low-cost sensors or sensors already in use…
Little I show dates set
The NDSU Saddle and Sirloin Club is scheduled to host the 95th Little International on Feb. 12-13.
“The Little International Livestock Show is the largest student-run event on the NDSU campus,…
Sport management students to learn from Minnesota Twins president
The NDSU sport management program is set to host a Zoom presentation by Dave St. Peter, Minnesota Twins president and chief executive director, on Wednesday, Feb. 17, at noon. A question and answer…