NDSU schedules annual Family Weekend
The office of Orientation and Student Success has scheduled the annual NDSU Family Weekend for Oct. 12-14. The weekend is a chance for families of current students to visit campus and spend time with…
Professor, students contribute to research published in Nature
O.A. Stevens traveled through North Dakota every summer, gathering plants and recording data from 1907 to 1961. In one summer alone, the noted botanist, recognized as a leading authority on North…
Human development and education researchers present, publish
Students and faculty in the College of Human Development and Education presented and published papers, spoke at conferences and won awards this past month.
Chris Ray, assistant professor of…
Service provides NDSU faculty, staff Internet access at other institution
NDSU faculty and staff now have immediate wireless Internet access when visiting educational institutions that are part of the Eduroam network.
Eduroam is a global Internet access service developed…
Distance and Continuing Education plans engineering workshops
NDSU Distance and Continuing Education invites children in first grade through eighth grade to attend Vehicle Engineering workshops where they will use LEGO kits to build and modify everyday vehicles,…
NDSU alumnus, author presents economics seminar
Author Robert V. Dodge, BA ’67, history, MS, ’73, education administration, presented “Thomas Schelling and His Game Theory” on May 22 in Richard H. Barry Hall.
Dodge wrote the book, “Schelling’s…
NDSU offers field school on historic earth buildings
The fourth annual field school on historic earth buildings, “Prairie Earth, Prairie Homes,” will be offered this summer by NDSU. The course is scheduled at sites across western North Dakota July 8-15.…
English professor delivers paper at writing conference
Bruce Maylath, professor of English, delivered the paper, “Gateway to a Multilingual World: Managing Complexity in Multilateral International Collaboration” at the Conference on College Composition…
Department of Residence Life holds celebration banquet
The Department of Residence Life hosted a celebration banquet on April 29 to recognize those whose contributions have a lasting impact on students and who have contributed to another successful year…
Growing ‘Math-In’ event helps students sum up semester