Study reviews compliance with North Dakota smoke-free law
A study by NDSU researchers examined whether vape and tobacco specialty shops comply with North Dakota’s smoke-free law. The study included 35 licensed and unlicensed retailers that primarily sell…
NDSU pharmaceutical sciences chair receives $1.4 million grant
Jagdish Singh, chair and professor of pharmaceutical sciences, will receive at least a $1.4 million National Institutes of Health grant for Alzheimer's disease research.
Jagdish Singh, chair and…
NDSU pharmaceutical sciences graduate students receive national awards
NDSU graduate student Kishore Chittimalli received a first-place award for his oral presentation in the ASPET Cardiovascular Pharmacology Trainee Showcase held on April 30. His research focuses on…
Academic regalia: what the gowns, hoods and adornments mean
The academic apparel contemporary scholars wear dates back to medieval times and the rise of universities. Medieval scholars dressed in gowns, caps and hoods to distinguish themselves from merchants…
NDSU nursing professor to present about the politics of sex education in North Dakota
The Northern Plains Ethics Institute will host Molly Secor-Turner, NDSU assistant professor of nursing and public health, for a Zoom presentation of “Politics of Sex Education in North Dakota” at noon…
NDSU Student Nurses of the Year named
Emily Omvig, NDSU Student Nurse of the Year in Fargo.
Meghan Friese and Emily Omvig were recently selected as Student Nurses of the Year by the NDSU School of Nursing.
Friese was named at Sanford…
NDSU pharmacy faculty receive statewide awards
Three NDSU School of Pharmacy faculty members have received awards from the North Dakota Pharmacists Association during its annual meeting in April.
- Dr. Amy Werremeyer – All…
College of Health Professions announces Dean's Award for Excellence recipients
The NDSU College of Health Professions announced recipients of the Dean's Awards of Excellence for 2021.
“This past year during a pandemic provided challenges to everyone. The fact that these award…
Pharmacy practice associate professor receives service award
Elizabeth Skoy, associate professor of pharmacy practice, has been recognized with the Chamber of Commerce NDSU Distinguished Faculty Service Award, which honors NDSU faculty members who have made…
NDSU pharmacy student receives national award
NDSU students in health professions receive hands-on experience that makes a difference in patient care and in their future careers. For her work to help underserved populations, pharmacy student…