NDSU winter commencement ceremonies set
An estimated 1,057 students are eligible to participate in NDSU winter commencement ceremonies set for Friday, Dec. 18, in Festival Concert Hall.
Four ceremonies are scheduled throughout the day,…
NDSU extends network resources to USDA research center
A recent initiative between NDSU and the Red River Valley Agricultural Research Center has extended NDSU’s existing cyberinfrastructure to the research center.
The Red River Valley Agricultural…
Retirement reception planned for former dean
A "Thanks NDSU" retirement reception honoring Kevin McCaul, professor and senior adviser in the Department of Psychology, is scheduled for Wednesday, Dec. 16, from 4-6 p.m. in the Harry D. McGovern…
Political science faculty member publishes in leading journal
Kjersten Nelson, assistant professor of political science, published the article "Double-Bind on the Bench: Citizen Perceptions of Judge Gender and the Court" in the June issue of Politics and Gender,…
Faculty member receives Student Chapter Adviser of the Year honor
Carol Cwiak, associate professor of emergency management, has been awarded the 2015 International Association of Emergency Managers Student Chapter Adviser of the Year Award. She received the reward…
Central Dakota Ag Day scheduled
The NDSU Extension Service is scheduled to host a daylong agricultural program Thursday, Dec. 17, at the NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center.
The Central Dakota Ag Day program begins with…
Faculty member's book explores nostalgia
Clay Routledge, NDSU associate professor of psychology, has written a new book examining the intriguing subject of nostalgia. "Nostalgia: A Psychological Resource (Essays in Social Psychology)" looks…
Lecture series to feature talk on protein inhibitors, cancer
The NDSU Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences has invited David Weber, professor of biochemistry and molecular biology and director of the University of Maryland's Center for Biomolecular…
NDSU Rural Leadership program director honored
Marie Hvidsten, director of the NDSU Extension Service's Rural Leadership North Dakota program has been recognized with the 2015 Outstanding Leadership Program Director Award. She received the award…
Athletics toy drive benefits Sanford Children's Hospital
The NDSU Student-Athlete Advisory Council is hosting its inaugural holiday toy drive benefiting Sanford Children's Hospital.
Collection of new, unwrapped, non-wooden toys began Nov. 16 and continues…