Visual Arts Professor To Show Work At Exhibits

Kim Bromley, professor of visual arts, has been invited to exhibit work as part of the 50th anniversary of the North Dakota Council on the Arts. Bromley’s oil painting on paper, “Back to the Pond: A Clear Day,” is scheduled be exhibited at the Heritage Center in Bismarck, North Dakota, from Oct. 28, to April…
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Memorial Union Gallery To Host Artist Reception

NDSU’s Memorial Union Gallery is hosting an artist’s reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday for a new exhibition featuring the work of Ochre Creative Studios. The exhibit, titled “raw,” includes work from several NDSU visual art students who this year created their own Fargo studio work space. NDSU students, faculty, staff, as…
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Assessment Director Honored By National Group

Larry R. Peterson, NDSU director of assessment and interim dean of libraries, has been selected to receive the 2016 Jerry G. Gaff Award for Faculty Excellence in General and Liberal Education by the Association for General and Liberal Studies, Columbus, Indiana. Peterson will be recognized Oct. 1 during the association’s annual conference in Salt Lake City.…
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Interior Design Students Intern In China

Senior NDSU interior design students Sheyenne Weber, a Fargo native, and Michelle Lynch of Maple Grove, Minnesota, spent five weeks interning at an interior design firm in Shanghai, China, during the summer semester. The students were introduced to all aspects of the Chinese interior design industry and used the experience to exchange ideas, explore Chinese…
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Wikipedia Project Spurs Research, Service Learning

It’s an almost ideal class project – one that serves the public while students conduct research and learn by doing. The setting is the History and Systems of Psychology class, a senior-level capstone course taught each semester by James Council, NDSU professor and chair of psychology. The students, usually in three-member teams, evaluate Wikipedia’s online…
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