North Dakota State University Tag

  People involved with agriculture and hydrology know their decisions need to be data-driven. But when dealing with climate-induced changes to soil and water, the data sets are often huge and unwieldy, making them difficult to use and without the detail that is helpful for decision...

  NDSU civil engineering students took home top honors from the 2020 Midwest Regional GeoWall Competition held at the University of Minnesota-Duluth Feb. 7-8. The objective of the competition is to design and build a model retaining wall in an 18” x 26” x 18” wooden box....

  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...