Graduate Student Earns Award At Conference

NDSU Department of Plant Sciences master’s student Calli Feland was awarded first place for her poster presentation in the Marvin Stone Memorial Poster Competition at the Nitrogen Use Efficiency annual conference Aug. 8-10 at the University of Idaho, Boise. Feland co-wrote the poster, “Impact of Nitrogen Type, Timing, and Additives on Grain Yield and Protein…
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NDSU Researchers Awarded NSF Grant For Research Infastructure

NDSU researchers have been awarded a $362,865 grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled “II-NEW: Probe Station to Characterize Body Area Network Sensor ICs for Cyber Physical Systems Applications” for three years. Debasis Dawn, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, is the project’s principal investigator. Department colleagues Scott C. Smith, professor…
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Students Earn Entrepreneurial Grant, Featured In Online Article

A team of NDSU student entrepreneurs received a $5,000 VentureWell grant and the group is featured in an online article by the funding organization. The article, titled “The Five Biggest Challenges Faced By Student Entrepreneurs, and a Few Tips on Overcoming Them,” discusses Spinthesis, the students’ start-up company. Team members include Bradley Hoffmann, mechanical engineering…
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Faculty Member To Publish Research In Finance Journal

Derek Lehmberg, associate professor of management, co-wrote a paper, “The impact of power distance and uncertainty avoidance on real options exercise: Potential for sub-optimal time delays and value destruction,” that has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Behavioral Finance. Lehmberg joined the NDSU faculty in 2009. His research interests include strategic investment under…
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Management Faculty Honored For Research Paper

Two NDSU management faculty members have been recognized with the Outstanding Paper in the 2016 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence. Chanchai Tangpong, professor of management, and Rodney Traub, associate professor of management, were acknowledged for their paper, “A review of buyer-supplier relationship typologies: progress, problems, and future directions,” which was published in the Journal…
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