NDSU Libraries’ Digital Fabrication Lab redesign to feature collaboration suite
A redesign project is planned for the Digital Fabrication Lab, and the NDSU Libraries hope generous support from alumni and friends will help make it happen.
The lab, located in the Main Library,…
Faculty member introduces global learning competences in teacher education course
Florin Salajan, professor in the School of Education, recently was accepted as a Longview Foundation Global Teacher Education fellow for the 2021-2022 academic year. He is one of seven GTE Fellows…
College dean search begins
NDSU has opened the search for the dean of the College of Human Sciences and Education. Applications and nominations are now being accepted.
Provost Margaret Fitzgerald said the university is seeking…
Faculty member interviewed for MoneyGeek.com stories
Carrie Johnson, Extension personal and family finance specialist and associate professor, is featured in two recent articles published by MoneyGeek.com.
Hinsz Lecture to explore LGBTQ topics
Ramona Oswald, professor and head of human development and family studies at University of Illinois, is set to give the 11th annual Gertrude Weigum Hinsz Lecture at NDSU.
She is scheduled to present…
Faculty member quoted in WalletHub.com story
Julie Garden-Robinson, Extension food and nutrition specialist and professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences, is featured in a recent WalletHub story.
College of Human Sciences and Education honors alumna
The NDSU College of Human Sciences and Education is honoring Sandy Strand during Homecoming Week as the college’s distinguished alumna for 2021.
Strand, BS ’77, interior design, is set to receive the…
NDSU faculty give 'Solo Seniors' presentation
Heather Fuller, associate professor of human development and family science, along with Jane Strommen, Extension gerontology specialist, presented a virtual program Sept. 16 for AARP North Dakota.
‘I’m thankful that I made the decision to transfer to NDSU’
The following is a glimpse of life as a transfer student through the eyes of students who have already made the transition.
Read on to discover advice and experiences of transfer students from a mix…
'Farm to Fashion Fair' set for NDSU
The Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Interior Design and Hospitality Management is set to host a special event about how wool fiber becomes fabric.
The “Farm to Fashion Fair” is scheduled for…