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  • Graduate student receives fellowship


    Graduate student Anastasia Kurth has received the Dr. Jack F. and Imogene Carter Endowed Plant Sciences Graduate Fellowship.

    NDSU graduate student Anastasia Kurth has been awarded the Dr. Jack F.…

  • NDSU develops potato variety now approved for McDonald’s World Famous Fries

    McDonald's fries
    Asunta Thompson, NDSU associate professor of plant science, has developed a potato variety that recently was selected for McDonald's french fries.

    The most recent potato variety to join the list of…

  • Potato disease is ‘going to the dogs’

    Dogs are known for their keen sense of smell and are regularly used to detect explosives, illegal drugs and illness. It turns out they also can be trained to sniff out plant diseases.

    In May, NDSU…

  • Graduate student wins research poster competition

    NDSU graduate student Bipin Neupane was awarded first place in the student poster competition at the third biennial Association of Nepalese Agricultural Professionals of Americas International…

  • NDSU food scientist honored

    Jiajia Rao, assistant professor in the NDSU food science and cereal science programs, received the American Oil Chemists’ Society Young Scientist Research Award for 2022 during the organization’s…

  • Animal sciences head named

    Guillermo Scaglia has been named the new head of NDSU’s Department of Animal Sciences. He assumed his role on March 31.

    As department head, Scaglia is responsible for providing statewide and national…

  • NDSU weed scientists attend regional meeting

    NDSU weed science faculty and staff recently attended the 75th Western Society of Weed Science annual meeting in Newport Beach, California.

    Richard Zollinger and Rodney Lym, NDSU professors emeriti,…

  • NDSU students place in national landscape competition

    Landscape competition photo
    NDSU horticulture students pose together during a recent landscape competitoin in North Carolina.

    NDSU horticulture students and faculty recently participated in the National Association of…

  • Graduate student places in plant science competition

    NDSU graduate student Sam Bibby took third place with his presentation at the 37th Plant Science Graduate Student Symposium held virtually March 4-5. The symposium was hosted by the University of…

  • NDSU cattlewomen club to host charity run

    Charity poster

    The NDSU Collegiate Cattlewomen are partnering with Cactus Cares to host the Beefin’ it up Fuel for the Finish 5-kilometer/10-kilomer walk or run at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 23. The event will…


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