NDSU researchers grow a forest
A brand new forest is growing just west of the NDSU campus.
Comprised of 1,600 poplar trees, the new arboretum is part of an National Science Foundation-funded project led by Jill Hamilton, NDSU…
Three NDSU faculty receive educator awards
Three NDSU faculty members have received North American Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture Educator Awards. They include David Englund, senior lecturer of agribusiness and applied economics; Erik…
NDSU to host grief writing workshop
The Red River Valley Writing Project at NDSU is scheduled to offer an online grief and bereavement writing workshop July 6-9 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The workshop is funded by the Alliance for Young…
Program spotlight: Challey School of Music
The NDSU Challey School of Music offers a remarkable learning experience. The program has been accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music since 1970 and its tradition of excellence…
NDSU education builds career confidence
Lauren Singelmann credits her self-confidence to the opportunities she’s been given at North Dakota State University to learn and grow in her field of engineering.
“Imposter syndrome is something…
Student research team shines in NASA competition
An NDSU research team has been selected as one of seven national winners in the 2021 Moon to Mars eXploration Systems and Habitation Academic Innovation Challenge.
The competition, sponsored by NASA…
Tri-College provost honored with national service award
Tim Flakoll, provost for Tri-College University and director of operations for NDSU Downtown, has been awarded the national Phi Kappa Phi Dr. Ray Sylvester Distinguished Service Award.
Pharmacy alumnus to receive national recognition
NDSU alumnus Larry K. Ellingson will be recognized for his contributions to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics with an Honorary Membership at the organization’s annual meeting during October in…
Bison student-athletes have record-setting semester in the classroom
NDSU athletic teams completed an impressive 2020 spring semester in the classroom, with a combined 3.574 grade-point average among 414 student-athletes.
All 14 sport programs recorded above 3.0 team…
NDSU researchers synthesize silicon-based quantum dots
NDSU researchers recently developed a new method of creating quantum dots made of silicon, one of the most utilized semiconductors in the world.
Quantum dots, or nanocrystals, are tiny nanometer…