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…
Lecturer awarded Cambridge University Press book contract
Adam P. Taylor, NDSU lecturer in ethics and philosophy, is under contract for “The Problem of God in Indian Philosophy,” which is part of the Cambridge University Press’ Elements in Philosophy series.…
Transportation and logistics faculty member gives webinar for Pakistani university
Diomo Motuba, assistant professor of transportation and logistics and associate research fellow for the Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute, gave an invited webinar for the National University…
Faculty member discusses cybersecurity best practices on local TV show
Zahid Anwar, associate professor of computer science and Challey Scholar, recently was interviewed about cybersecurity best practices on KVLY’s “North Dakota Today” morning television show.
NDSU professor named Arden and Donna Hetland Distinguished Professor of Business
Clay Routledge, has received NDSU's first Arden and Donna Hetland Distinguished Professorship.
Clay Routledge, professor in NDSU’s College of Business and faculty scholar in the Sheila and Robert…
Faculty fellow for honors and scholarships named
NDSU Provost Margaret Fitzgerald has announced Keerthi Nawarathna has accepted the position of faculty fellow for honors and scholarships in the Office of the Provost.
“Dr. Nawarathna’s appointment…
'Bat Lady' to give biological sciences seminar
The NDSU Department of Biological Sciences is set to host a presentation by Erin Gillam, professor of biological sciences, Friday, Oct. 29, at 3 p.m. in Van Es 101
Gillam, sometimes referred to as…
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.
NDSU researcher receives award to study how countries control online access to information
Dan Pemstein, associate professor of political science and public policy, has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant of $737,487 to study the impact of misinformation on social media and how…
NDSU researchers receive Department of Energy grant
Four NDSU researchers have received a three-year $1.9 million grant from the Department of Energy for a project titled “Data-Driven and Computationally Assisted Design of Near-Infrared Emissive…