Campus Happenings

  Stacey Ostby, NDSU veterinary technology program co-director, received the Elsevier Award for Teaching Excellence at the Association of Veterinary Technician Educators symposium recently in New Orleans. The prestigious award honors veterinary technology educators who are recognized by their students and colleagues as being exceptional instructors, according...

  More than 300 kids spent hours learning about science, technology, engineering and math, known as STEM, as part of the 2019 STEM Kids Camp sponsored by the NDSU College of Engineering. The camp featured more than 20 hands-on learning camps covering everything from computer coding, robotics and...

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High school students from North Dakota and Minnesota came to the NDSU to learn about cybersecurity June 24-28. The students participated in activities and short courses related to programming, how to secure computers and networks. The ‘GenCyber’ camp is funded by the National Security Agency and...

The third in a four-part webinar series hosted by gerontologists from NDSU Extension and South Dakota State University Extension is scheduled for Wednesday, Aug. 14. Topics will include aging, how aging is different from disease and barriers and strategies to aging well. The webinar begins...

Updates on official website include descriptions for preferred candidates and qualifications The North Dakota University System (NDUS) announced Tuesday that it has released important new information about the search for the next permanent president of the University of North Dakota on its official UND Presidential Search...