Campus Happenings

WILLISTON, N.D. – TrainND Northwest is pleased to announce the re-launch of its well control training program this August after a 12-month hiatus for program changes. TrainND Northwest will offer the following three International Association of Drilling Contractors (IADC) courses and associated training: IADC WellSharp Drilling...

  Agriculture Communication staff members were honored for their work by the Association for Communication Excellence, known as ACE, and the National Federation of Press Women. Recognized during ACE’s conference June 24-27 in San Antonio were: • Kelli Anderson, information specialist, silver in website for the new NDSU...

  NDSU’s Inclusion Initiatives will kick off a campuswide project called ”Inclusion: Equity at the Intersections” during the upcoming academic year. The initiative is partially funded through the Sue Fergus Andrews Fund, an endowment gifted to the university through the Compass Program Foundation. The fund supports ongoing,...

WILLISTON, N.D. – A partnership between Williston State College (WSC), Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB), and Lake Region State College (LRSC), known as the North Dakota Agriculture Consortium (NDAC), will bring a new Associate in Applied Science Agriculture degree to WSC students. Instead of campuses competing,...

  NDSU announced Pamela Jo Johnson has been selected as chair and associate professor of the Department of Public Health in the College of Health Professions. Johnson also was named the Mary J. Berg Distinguished Professor of Women’s Health at NDSU. “Dr. Johnson’s background in epidemiology, research, community health,...