HD&E faculty, students publish, present
Several faculty and students from the NDSU College of Human Development and Education had recent publications, presentations or were awarded grants.
Athletic training faculty associated with the…
Allied sciences course combines learning, service, compassion
The smiles and gentle laughter are shared easily between NDSU freshman Haley Hodenfield and Helen Steffen, a 96-year-old resident at Bethany Retirement Living in Fargo. Whether it's playing cards,…
Student-run cafe to hold St. Patrick's Day lunch
The dietetics students of NDSU’s 800 Café have scheduled an early St. Patrick’s Day celebration lunch for Thursday, March 12, and Friday, March 13.
The three-course meal will be served in the…
High-performance computing resource available at NDSU
A new high-performance computing resource called “Big Thunder” will provide additional options to scientific researchers and educators at NDSU.
“These facilities will allow researchers access to…
Accounting assistant professor to be published
David Herda, assistant professor of accounting, had his article, "Client Identification and Client Commitment in a Privately Held Client Setting: Unique Constructs with Opposite Effects on Auditor…
Student-athlete named candidate for CLASS Award
NDSU pitcher Krista Menke is one of 30 NCAA softball student-athletes selected as candidates for the 2015 Senior CLASS Award in collegiate softball. The award recognizes student-athletes who excel…
Statisticians set seminars to discuss NCAA tournaments
NDSU statisticians have scheduled two seminars to help shed some light on how teams will perform in the upcoming NCAA men’s and women’s basketball tournaments.
“Analyzing NCAA Basketball Games –…
Symposium to examine design education
The NDSU Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture will present "The Future of Design Education," a symposium scheduled for March 26-27 at the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre, located at…
NDSU student competes in international pistol matches
Alana Townsend, a junior in majoring in agribusiness and business administration from Kalispell, Montana, represented the USA in women’s air pistol competition in Innsbruck, Austria, and Munich,…
Management faculty member to publish article
Derek Lehmberg, assistant professor of management, had his paper, “Do Japanese Electronics Firms Still Follow Traditional Vertical Integration Strategies? Evidence from the Liquid Crystal Display…