Author Archives: NDSU News

Music education symposium draws nationwide participation

The fourth bi-annual Music Education Summer Symposium is scheduled July 28 to Aug. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the NDSU campus. The symposium is a weeklong event for music teachers nationwide to come together, learn from each … Continue reading

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NDSU plant sciences research team creates documentary

A 30-minute documentary on plant breeding has been created as part of the educational outreach efforts of the Bean Coordinated Agricultural Project, known as Bean CAP. The film, titled “Plant Breeding: Science + Creative Problem Solving,” is available for viewing, … Continue reading

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Groundbreaking celebration set for Sanford Health Athletic Complex

NDSU will celebrate the beginning of construction on the Sanford Health Athletic Complex with a groundbreaking ceremony scheduled for Tuesday, July 22, at 10 a.m. on Dacotah Field. 

Among the speakers will be NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani; Gene Taylor, … Continue reading

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Grad student publishes groundbreaking research on trumpet history

Clayton Miranda takes a deep breath and gently fingers the valves of his treasured trumpet. The notes of a samba selection begin to flow, and he feels a deep connection with generations of Brazilian musicians who came before him. The … Continue reading

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Governor’s School offers college experience to North Dakota youth

Three North Dakota high school students scored with a summer project that tastes good and also teaches them engineering principles. They spent six weeks perfecting sugar cookies produced with a 3D printer at North Dakota State University. Matthew Dawson, Kody … Continue reading

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NDSU Extension Service addresses family and consumer needs

Nearly 30 percent of North Dakota adults and 11 percent of high school students are obese, 8.6 percent of adults have diabetes and almost 7 percent of adults suffer from heart disease, according to the state’s latest health statistics. Statistics … Continue reading

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NDSU graduate student receives National Science Foundation fellowship

Clarity and comprehension – those are the goals of NDSU doctoral student Jessie Arneson in her work to improve science education. According to Arneson, many incoming graduate students cannot fully understand the scientific images and intricate graphs they see in … Continue reading

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New graduate receives prestigious Fulbright teaching assistantship

May graduate Katherine Thoreson will soon use her talents to teach European students how to confidently converse in English. The NDSU honors student recently was named among three NDSU recipients of prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships. As a teaching assistant, … Continue reading

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NDSU welcomes Provost Ingram

Beth Ingram, North Dakota State University’s new provost, began work today. She comes to NDSU from the University of Iowa, where she was associate provost and Henry B. Tippie professor of economics. Ingram said she is looking forward to working … Continue reading

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STEM summer program participants to present research

Visiting students who participated in the NDSU Summer Research program are scheduled to give research presentations Monday, July 14, in the Memorial Union Hidatsa room. A total of 14 students will give oral presentations on a variety of topics, ranging … Continue reading

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