College of Engineering earns diversity award
The NDSU College of Engineering has received a Bronze Award from the American Society for Engineering Education Diversity Recognition Program. The honor means the NDSU College of Engineering is…
Water Resources Research Institute awards graduate research fellowships
The North Dakota Water Resources Research Institute has announced its Graduate Research Fellowship recipients for 2020-2021. The fellowships, ranging from $1,000 to $14,614, were awarded to 19…
Making big data practical
People involved with agriculture and hydrology know their decisions need to be data-driven. But when dealing with climate-induced changes to soil and water, the data sets are often huge and…
NDSU marksmen place at rifle championship match
Five NDSU Marksmanship Club rifle shooters competed in the 2020 Western Intercollegiate Rifle Conference Championship Matches held in Jackson, Michigan, Feb. 21-23.
The final WIRC standings are…
Inspiring Teacher: Ken Lepper, professor of geosciences
Ken Lepper’s passion for our planet and how it works is evident in the fervor he brings to his courses and research. Lepper is a professor of geology, director of the Optical Dating and Dosimetry…
Miss Okayama ‘Bon Voyage’ reception scheduled
NDSU’s Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection is planning a “Bon Voyage Reception” for Miss Okayama, a Japanese friendship doll. The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.…
NDSU Master of Public Health program streamlines application process
NDSU researchers examine policy implications of truck technologies
NDSU researchers used innovative modeling techniques to examine the public policy implications of proposed technologies for reducing truck fuel consumption and cutting operating costs.
Anthrozoology talk to address relationship between bats and humans
The February Anthrozoology Seminar is set to feature Erin Gillam, associate professor of biological sciences, who will present “Bats and Humans: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” The presentation is…
Crops institute hires technical manager
The Northern Crops Institute on the NDSU campus recently hired David Boehm as technical manager.
Boehm will be in charge of overseeing safety programs for NCI staff in addition to maintaining…