Campus Happenings Tag

  Three respected NDSU faculty members are finalists for the Faculty Lectureship Award. The honor, which is one of the oldest and most prestigious of the university’s awards, recognizes sustained professional excellence in teaching, scholarly achievement and service. The finalists include: Thomas DeSutter, professor of soil science...

WILLISTON, N.D. – Steady enrollment continues at Williston State College with 1,189 registered students for the Spring 2020 semester according to census totals released Tuesday, February 11. Released four weeks after the first day of a new semester, census totals provide a snapshot of enrollment for...

  Ann Braaten, associate professor of practice in the Department of Apparel, Merchandising, Interior Design and Hospitality Management, is scheduled to give a presentation during a Northern Plains Botanic Garden Society Hina Doll Collection display on Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Fargo Air Museum. The educational...

By: Dr. Craig Whippo, Associate Professor of Biology and Co-Chair of the Department of Natural Sciences & Dr. Corinne Brevik, Professor of Physics and Co-Chair of the Department of Natural Sciences Students today can learn content at a distance from online written materials, videos and self-paced exercises. The need for asynchronously delivered online educational opportunities to teach content will continue to grow. On the other hand, critical...

  NDSU’s spring commencement will have a distinctive new look. Undergraduate students earning their bachelor’s degrees will now wear dark green caps and gownsinstead of the traditional black. “By transitioning the undergraduate gowns to the custom NDSU color, all graduates participating in the ceremony will have a distinguished...

WILLISTON, N.D. – Batter up snowbirds! The Williston State College Foundation will host its third annual gathering in Arizona on Wednesday, March 18, this time at Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, AZ for a Colorado Rockies vs. the Oakland A’s baseball game. Join WSC Foundation’s Terry...