NDSU students help conduct COVID-19 antibody testing
NDSU Master of Public Health students recently helped Paul Carson, NDSU professor of practice and director of antimicrobial practice at Sanford Health, and the North Dakota Department of Health…
College of Health Professions professor receives Mentoring Excellence Award
Mark Strand, professor in the College of Health Professions, has been selected to receive NDSU’s Mentoring Excellence Award, which was established with the NDSU Foundation by an anonymous donor.
Health services students engage in real world opportunities
When NDSU health services students placed Public Health 101 in their class schedules, they had no idea how the world would change, offering them real world education in real time.
NDSU online nursing program provides seamless transfer for associate degree nurses
NDSU’s School of Nursing and the North Dakota State College of Science are making it possible for seamless transition of students with two-year nursing degrees who want to pursue their four-year…
The most memorable part of the NDSU experience, according to new grads
Nine spring 2020 graduates share their future plans and what they will remember about their NDSU experience.
Major: Biological Sciences
Hometown: Andover, Minnesota
College of Health Professions announces faculty leadership roles
NDSU’s College of Health Professions and School of Pharmacy have advanced three faculty members to leadership positions.
Daniel Friesner was promoted to senior associate dean of the College of Health…
More NDSU students to be trained COVID-19 contact tracers
Another 100 NDSU students will be trained over several weeks to assist with contact tracing for the COVID-19 pandemic in North Dakota as businesses and other organizations plan to re-open.
Program spotlight: Respiratory care
NDSU’s respiratory care program includes two or more years of academic coursework and a 15-month, full-time, professional-level internship at Sanford Medical Center in Fargo. Students in the…
Public Health Week virtual events planned
The NDSU Public Health Student Association is planning two virtual events during Public Health Week. They are:
American Indian Public Health Day
Monday, April 6, 10:30 a.m.
“The Role of Trauma…
NDSU researchers to conduct social distancing study
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, NDSU Human Development and Family Science and NDSU Public Health researchers are conducting a study on dealing with social distancing later in life.