NDSU students can soon have Plug and Play internship experiences
NDSU students will soon have exciting internship opportunities because Plug and Play is coming to Fargo.
The business innovation platform announced March 4 that its new Fargo location will focus…
Escape room project to teach about antibiotic resistance
The campus community and the public can soon join in an interactive learning experience that focuses on the antibiotic resistance problem worldwide.
An escape room titled “ESKAPE the Antibiotic…
Miss Okayama ‘Bon Voyage’ reception scheduled
NDSU’s Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection is planning a “Bon Voyage Reception” for Miss Okayama, a Japanese friendship doll. The event is scheduled for Saturday, March 7, from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.…
Anthrozoology talk to address relationship between bats and humans
The February Anthrozoology Seminar is set to feature Erin Gillam, associate professor of biological sciences, who will present “Bats and Humans: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.” The presentation is…
Darwin Days events planned at NDSU
NDSU is set to host Darwin Days activities Thursday and Friday, Feb. 27-28.
An evolution pop-up museum is scheduled Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Feb. 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the A. Glenn Hill…
NDSU event to celebrate women’s history month
NDSU’s Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies is set to host a special film and panel discussion event honoring women’s history month. The 15-minute documentary film, “I Plan to vote…
Civic Innovation Force: NDSU students to address city issues
NDSU students have an exciting new opportunity to tackle real-world issues facing the city of Fargo. NDSU’s Nice Center is partnering with the city in a project called the Civic Innovation Force.
Former National Park Service superintendent to give NDSU talk
Gerard Baker, former National Park Service Head of Indian Relations, is set to give a presentation at NDSU on Thursday, Feb. 27, at 7 p.m. in Minard Hall, room 230.
The talk, titled “Yellow Wolf: A…
Free Speech and Open Inquiry series to begin with student journalism discussion
Steven Listopad, founder of New Voices USA, is scheduled to present a Free Speech and Open Inquiry lecture on student journalism at NDSU on Tuesday, Feb. 18. The event is set to start at 4 p.m. in…
Faculty member to give ethics course keynote address
Dennis Cooley, professor of philosophy and ethics and director of the Northern Plains Ethics Institute at NDSU, has been invited to the National Bioethics Center's Public Health Ethics Intensive…