NDSU researchers receive grant to reduce pathogens in flour
NDSU researchers recently received a USDA Food Safety and Defense grant to explore the use of steam pasteurization to reduce pathogens in milled flour.
Senay Simsek, NDSU’s Bert L. D'Appolonia…
NDSU student recognized by weed science society
NDSU plant sciences graduate student Nathan Haugrud was recognized by the Western Society of Weed Science as a regional winner for outstanding oral presentation.
Haugrud, from Rothsay, Minnesota, was…
NDSU educators focus on students during COVID-19 remote teaching
As NDSU instructors transitioned online, their experiences had a similar theme – focus on the well-being of the students they teach.
For example, Department of Plant Sciences faculty are doing…
College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources names top seniors
The NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources named its Top 10 seniors, and the student-led Agriculture Collective announced other awards to conclude Ag Week.
Because NDSU is…
NDSU student named Agriculture Future of America Ambassador
NDSU sophomore Morgan Hasler has been selected as an Agriculture Future of America Ambassador. Hasler is a crop and soil sciences major from Lexington, Kentucky.
AFA is a professional development…
NDSU releases new pulse crop varieties
The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station has released two new varieties of pulse crops: ND Dawn yellow pea and ND Crown kabuli chickpea.
"These varieties represent a collaborative effort…
NDSU personnel participate in leadership program
Two NDSU employees recently completed the LEAD 21 leadership program.
LEAD 21 is a one-year leadership development program for individuals in research, academics and Extension from land-grant…
NDSU graduate student wins horticultural science contest
Graduate student Jesse Puka-Beals has been named one of five winners of the American Society for Horticultural Science eOrganic Article Competition.
He receives registration, travel and lodging…
NDSU Extension postpones face-to-face work through May 15
NDSU Extension is postponing, canceling or offering in an alternative format all face-to-face contacts through May 15.
"Earlier we had announced that this postponement of activities would be through…
NDSU Extension to host webinar series in response to COVID-19
NDSU Extension will host a series of agricultural economics webinars in response to COVID-19, according to Frayne Olson, NDSU Extension crops economist.
The webinar series is scheduled to begin on…