Speakers Highlight Computer Science Education Week

Key individuals from several major regional technology companies participated in the NDSU Department of Computer Science’s speaker series for Computer Science Education Week. Speakers included leaders from Microsoft, NAU Country, John Deere and Sanford Health. Three undergraduate students also gave presentations to their peers about what they wish they had known earlier in their NDSU…
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Students Receive Full-Tuition Women And Gender Studies Scholarship

Zoe Citrowske Lee and Jenika Rufer are the first full-tuition recipients of the Laurie J. Loveland Scholarship offered by NDSU’s Women and Gender Studies program. The award, which was established in 2006, was previously $1,500 to $5,000 per year. It was recently increased to the equivalent of a North Dakota full-tuition scholarship. Recipients must plan…
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NDSU Agriculture, Extension Personnel Honored

NDSU faculty and staff received awards for excellence in research, teaching, Extension and support staff efforts during an awards ceremony Dec. 7. Ken Grafton, vice president for agricultural affairs, director of the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and dean of the College of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Natural Resources; David Buchanan, associate dean for academic…
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Faculty-Led EFargo Project Is Energy Competition Finalist

A national energy conservation competition has selected Fargo among its 10 finalists. Malini Srivastava, NDSU assistant professor of architecture, is the project leader for the “eFargo” partnership, which includes the city of Fargo, NDSU, Cass County Electric Cooperative and Xcel Energy. The Georgetown University Energy Prize is a competition to rethink how America’s small- to…
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NDSU Named Military Friendly School

NDSU has received gold status for its 2017-18 Military Friendly School designation. The list, which is in its 16th year, was released by Victory Media. It provides a comprehensive guide for veterans and their families using data sources from federal agencies, veteran students and proprietary survey information from participating organizations. “We are pleased NDSU is…
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