NDSU researchers receive grants for agricultural projects
Three NDSU researchers have been awarded grants from the North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program.
Erin Burns, an NDSU graduate student in plant sciences, was…
Paper published about ethanol industry’s impact on roads
“Impacts of ethanol plants on highway networks” was published in the spring issue of the Journal of Transport and Land Use. It was written by Alan Dybing and Denver Tolliver, both of Upper Great…
Area students named to NDSU dean’s list
Area students from North Dakota, Minnesota, South Dakota, Montana and Wisconsin were among the 2,902 North Dakota State University students to be placed on the spring 2011 dean’s list.
Presentation to explore the evolving world of computer games
A technical director from a global interactive entertainment software company is coming to NDSU to provide a peek inside the changing gaming world. Harold Chaput, from Electronic Arts, will present…
Student selected for advocacy and leadership training
Rafiki Assumani, a sophomore majoring in computer science, is one of 50 students selected to participate in the Oxfam CHANGE Initiative, a national program created to broaden perspectives, inspire…
Music professor to perform solo recital
Virginia Sublett, professor of music, has been invited to present a solo vocal recital at St. Andrew the Apostle Episcopal Church in Encinitas, Calif., on July 10. Accompanied by pianist Gabriel…
BisonArts annual gala announced
BisonArts, an organization formed to support the Division of Fine Arts at NDSU, has planned their its annual gala for Tuesday, June 28, at 5:30 p.m. at the NDSU president's house.
The gala is a…
Open house scheduled for new president of national music club
An open house in honor of Carolyn Nelson, the new president of the National Federations of Music Clubs, is scheduled for June 23 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the NDSU Alumni Center.
Nelson is an NDSU…
Faculty honored at college awards ceremony
Two faculty members were recognized at the annual College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Awards Luncheon on May 13.
Amy Rupiper Taggart, associate professor of English, received the Service…
NDSU musical theatre specialist to work with high school students
Katherine Noone, musical theatre specialist, will teach at the Trollwood Performing Arts School and the International Music Camp this summer.
Noone will teach Advanced Vocal Technique, Musical…