NDSU faculty member leads Fargo to win $5 million energy prize
Two years ago, Fargo had limited energy conservation programming and a community that said it wanted that to change.
The city of Fargo, North Dakota State University, Cass County Electric…
NDSU Libraries intern learns by doing
Brittany Boyer describes her internship at the NDSU Libraries as the experience of a lifetime.
The Mayville State University graduate spent fall semester taking a required practicum, or field…
NDSU Visual Arts to offer South Africa learning experience
NDSU Visual Arts will offer a study abroad educational trip to South Africa this summer.
The course, South Africa: Visual Arts in the Post-Apartheid Era, is set for Aug. 4-19. It will focus on…
Woody plant introduction announced
Women faculty, student make news for computer science department
During a year when gender inequity in computing fields made headlines, several women have enhanced NDSU’s leadership position in the discipline.
Anne Denton became the first female full professor in…
NDSU faculty to develop workshops for pharmacists
Marketa Marvanova, chair and associate professor of pharmacy practice, has received a $3,785 grant from North Dakota Board of Pharmacy to develop dementia-related training for state pharmacists.
NDSU Bookstore announces football championship items, Texas locations
The NDSU Bookstore has announced the 2018 Football Championship Subdivision National Championship Collection. The items can be found at tinyurl.com/2018NDSUFCS and in the store.
The NDSU Bookstore…
Accounting student wins at international competition
Ashley Honl, a senior majoring in accounting, and her fellow team members won their case category during the Team Case Competition at the Beta Gamma Sigma 2017 Global Leadership Summit. The event was…
Speakers highlight Computer Science Education Week
Key individuals from several major regional technology companies participated in the NDSU Department of Computer Science’s speaker series for Computer Science Education Week.
Students receive full-tuition women and gender studies scholarship
Zoe Citrowske Lee and Jenika Rufer are the first full-tuition recipients of the Laurie J. Loveland Scholarship offered by NDSU’s Women and Gender Studies program.
The award, which was established in…