Campus Happenings

  A group of NDSU construction management students took home the title at the 2019 Upper Midwest Intercollegiate Construction Management Quiz Bowl, held at the University of Minnesota Oct. 25. Members of the winning team included Nicholas Jensen, Tracer Bowar, Ryan Holte and Isaiah Ewald. The Quiz Bowl,...

  Three outstanding NDSU faculty members have been selected as finalists to present the prestigious Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Lectureship. The lecture is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 19, at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Union’s Plains room. The finalists include: • Stephenson Beck, associate professor and department chair...

  NDSU’s Veteran Alliance Organization, known as VALOR, is set to host the annual Veterans Day ceremony on Friday, Nov. 8, at 8:30 a.m. at the flag plaza near the south entrance of the Memorial Union. If there is inclement weather, the ceremony will start inside the...

NDSCS Nursing faculty members Barb Diederick and Ruth Gladen have been named recipients of North Dakota Center for Nursing Legendary Nurse Awards. ­­Barb Diederick received a Legendary Nurse Award for Nurse Executive, which is presented for providing exceptional leadership in a top executive role for nursing....

  NDSU students Jack Hance, Pann Ajjimaporn, Brett Knecht, Taylor Schmidt, Devin Gluesing and Isaac Burton traveled to Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, to compete in the Collegiate Pentesting Competition. The competition puts students in the role of professional penetration testers – individuals that test computer...

NDSCS Social and Behavioral Sciences Associate Professor Jeff Hart has been selected as the third place winner of the Economist Educators Best in Class Teaching Award, sponsored by the National Economics Teaching Association (NETA) and Cengage. He presented his winning entry at the Economics Teaching...

  NDSU will offer a minor in robotics, starting in fall 2020. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education Academic and Student Affairs Committee approved the proposal during its Oct. 15 meeting. NDSU was notified of the approval in an Oct. 23 letter from Lisa A....

The North Dakota State College of Science has surpassed one million consecutive hours without any employee work time lost due to a work-related injury or illness. More than 500 days have passed since the College last had employee hours lost to work-related illness or injury,...