NDSU Researcher Helping Save Rare, Iconic Trees

An NDSU botanist is part of a team working to save one of the rarest pine trees in the world. Jill Hamilton, assistant professor of biological sciences, is conducting research to see if hybridization could help the rare, iconic Torrey pine bounce back from years of declining numbers due to drought and pests. Torrey pine…
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NDSU To Welcome Students, Move-in Day Set

NDSU is set to welcome new and returning students during move-in days, scheduled Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 19 and 20, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day. First-year students are asked to check in between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Aug. 19, when volunteers will be on hand to assist. About 3,300 students are…
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Student-Body President To Throw Twins Game First Pitch

NDSU student body president Mason Wenzel is set to throw out the first pitch during “NDSU Night” at an upcoming Minnesota Twins baseball game. The game is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 15, at 7:10 p.m. as the Twins host the Cleveland Indians at Target Field in Minneapolis. “Throwing the first pitch will be an amazing…
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Incoming Freshman To Urge 100 Percent Effort Of Classmates

Incoming NDSU freshman Dan Ukkelberg will address the new fall class during the Presidents’ Welcome, scheduled for Monday, Aug. 21, at 9:30 a.m. at Churchill Field. The event officially starts the university’s academic year. Ukkelberg will share the podium with NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani, Provost Beth Ingram, student body president Mason Wenzel and student…
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Survey Shows Student Success Collaborative Succeeding

NDSU’s Student Success Collaborative is receiving high marks from advisers and students. The collaborative is an advising platform that unites technology, predictive analytics and advising excellence to increase student retention and success. NDSU is partnering with the Education Advisory Board in the effort. “SSC is a clear example of how digital tools can enhance and support the…
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