NDSU Feedlot School set for Jan 20-21
NDSU's Carrington Research Extension Center has scheduled its annual NDSU Feedlot School on Jan. 20-21, 2015.
This intensive course is for cattle producers, feeders, backgrounders, feed industry…
Students to premiere Red River Valley documentaries
Students in the NDSU Public History Program are set to premiere two historical documentaries about the Red River Valley as part of the Fargo History Project.
NDSU graduate and undergraduate students…
Two faculty members receive professional honors
Two NDSU faculty members have been named a fellow for 2014 by their respective professional organizations.
Mohamed Mergoum, Richard C. Frohberg endowed professor of spring wheat breeding/genetics,…
Student-athletes earn Academic All-America honors
NDSU had four student-athletes named to Capital One Academic All-America Division I football team announced Dec. 4. The selections were made by a vote of the College Sports Information Directors of…
Animal scientist joins Carrington Research Extension Center
Anna Taylor has joined NDSU Carrington Research Extension Center as an animal scientist.
Her research focuses on animal nutrition, including ruminant nutrition, feedlot management and cow-calf…
Western Dakota Crops Day set for Dec. 18
Unmanned aircraft, carinata production for biofuel and regional agronomy research results will be featured topics at the 31st annual Western Dakota Crops Day scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 18 at the…
Free Microsoft Office software available to students
NDSU students can get free Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus, a full version of Office that includes Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and more. NDSU employees who are enrolled for one or more credits at…
Retirement reception set for emergency management professor
A retirement reception honoring George Youngs , professor of emergency management and NDSU Center for Disaster Studies and Emergency Management co-director, is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 16, from 3…
Robotics competition attracts teams from US, Canada to Fargo
Middle and high school students from throughout the tri-state region and as far away as Pennsylvania will soon converge in Fargo to determine whose robot is best. NDSU is scheduled to host the…
Purple Heart recipient to present seminar on service dogs, veterans
A U.S. Marine Corps veteran and Purple Heart recipient is set to speak at NDSU about the impact of matching service dogs with veterans.
Operation Iraqi Freedom veteran Geoff Zehnacker and his…