North Dakota State University Tag

  Philip Hunt, registrar at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology in Rapid City, has been named NDSU registrar. He is set to begin his new duties on June 1. “I am pleased to report Philip Hunt has accepted the position. The search yielded several...

  Catherine Kingsley Westerman, associate professor of communication, has received a prestigious Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to travel to teach, study and conduct research in Seoul, South Korea, later this year. Westerman is set to teach an undergraduate course on leadership, influence and cultural differences at...

  The NDSU Faculty Senate Executive committee has approved an extension of the pass/fail grading option for spring semester to May 1. The 16-credit pass/fail limit also will be waived should a student meet or exceed that total. According to Interim Provost Margaret Fitzgerald, the pass/fail option...

  NDSU’s annual Fashion, Apparel and Business Organization Fashion Show is moving to an online format. Instead of a typical face-to-face fashion show, students have decided to produce a virtual show through social media. The move was necessary due to social distancing guidelines. Scheduled for April 29-30,...

  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 Impacts on Attachment and Brain Development and Appropriate Strategies for Working with Traumatized Children,” presented by Dr....

  Clay Routledge, NDSU professor of psychology and faculty fellow at the Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth, was recently interviewed by The Atlantic. Routledge is featured in an article titled “Is That Nostalgia You’re Feeling? Missing the daily pleasures of pre-quarantine life doesn’t have...