NDSU director of general education named
Amy Rupiper Taggart, associate professor of English, has been named NDSU’s first director of general education. Her new duties begin Jan. 13, 2014.
In the newly created, one-third time position, she…
NDSU Research and Tech Park symposium set for Dec. 13
A nationally noted speaker will join business, education, government and economic development leaders in North Dakota for a symposium titled “Enhancing North Dakota’s Success; University Roles in…
Associate professor to present oil patch crime research to US attorney
Carol A. Archbold, associate professor and graduate director of criminal justice and political science, has been invited to present her research on western North Dakota policing and crime to U.S.…
Alumnus, CEO named to business publication's '40 under 40' list
Myriad Devices’ CEO Jake Joraanstad was recognized in Prairie Business Magazine’s “40 Under 40” in the magazine's December issue. Each year, the magazine recognizes outstanding professionals under the…
Therapy dogs to help ease finals-week stress at NDSU's Main Library
Finals week is quickly approaching at NDSU and the Main Library is offering a series of activities to help students through what can be a busy and stress-filled time of year.
Many students will spend…
Student crowned Miss North Dakota USA
NDSU student Audra Mari was crowned as Miss North Dakota USA during a pageant Nov. 23-24 at NDSU’s Reineke Fine Arts Center. Mari is a freshman from Fargo majoring in public relations and advertising.…
NDSU fans reach 115 decibels at playoff game
North Dakota State University football fans didn’t set a record for crowd noise Saturday afternoon. However, the Bison faithful are getting closer.
A study of noise readings by Mark Schroeder,…
Western Dakota Crops Day set for Dec. 19
Corn fertilization, crop markets and crop production research results will be featured topics at the 30th annual Western Dakota Crops Day, scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 19, at the Hettinger, N.D.,…
ND EPSCoR announces New Faculty Start-Up awards
Three NDSU departments have been awarded a total of $434,000 over two years by the North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research, known as ND EPSCoR, for New Faculty Start-Up…
NDSU to study decibel levels at playoff football game
It’s time to find out if NDSU football fans have the lungs to compete with their record-breaking counterparts in Seattle and Kansas City.
Mark Schroeder, assistant professor of practice in…