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Newly discovered insect named for retired NDSU professor

Researchers in the NDSU systematics entomology laboratory have identified a new insect, and they’ve named it after a retired University Distinguished Professor. Entomology doctoral student Eduardo Faundez and research assistant Mariom Carvajal, a freshman majoring in microbiology, recently discovered the … Continue reading

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NDSU fall enrollment at all time high

North Dakota State University’s fall 2014 enrollment is the highest in university history. The university’s official fourth-week enrollment is 14,747 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. The average high school grade point average of entering freshman is 3.43. Thirty percent of … Continue reading

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New NDSU engineering center to support North Dakota industry

A new engineering center at NDSU is aimed at helping support the state’s growing oil, wind, power and manufacturing industries. The NDSU College of Engineering announced the creation of the Center of Quality, Reliability and Maintainability Engineering. The new center … Continue reading

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Veterans writing workshops planned

The Red River Valley Writing Project is offering a special six-week workshop for veterans called “Warrior Words.” The goal is to support veterans to write a monologue about their experiences to share with the public. The workshop is scheduled Saturdays … Continue reading

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NDSU receives $1 million endowment for adult learners returning to college

NDSU has received a $1 million endowment from the Bernard Osher Foundation to support scholarships for adult learners who are beginning college or returning to college to finish an undergraduate degree. “The Bernard Osher Foundation endowment will allow NDSU to sustain efforts … Continue reading

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NDSU, F-M community to take part in Take Back the Night

The fourth annual Take Back the Night event is scheduled on the NDSU campus. A rally, march through campus and a candlelight vigil are scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. beginning in the Memorial Union Century Theater. All … Continue reading

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Naturalization ceremony scheduled at NDSU

NDSU is scheduled to host a naturalization ceremony for individuals becoming United States citizens on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Union Plains room. The event is in honor of Constitution Day. During the ceremony, about 60 … Continue reading

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One-act play highlights Latino Heritage Month

North Dakota State University will host a popular one-act play to celebrate Latino Heritage Month. The play “Help Wanted” is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 17, at 6:30 p.m. at Beckwith Recital Hall in the Reineke Fine Arts Center on the … Continue reading

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NDSU Homecoming, set for Oct. 6-11, to be community celebration

NDSU invites the campus and Fargo-Moorhead community to participate in Homecoming 2014 activities during the week of Oct. 6-11. The schedule of key events is shifting to better connect with traditions of the past and strengthen connections for the future. … Continue reading

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Scheels recognized as NDSU Campus Community Partner

NDSU recognized Scheels as a Campus Community Partner during flag raising ceremonies Sept. 12. “We realize that although we are a top 100 research university, we are also part of something much bigger, which is our Fargo-Moorhead community,” said NDSU … Continue reading

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