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NDSU graduate students to host interactive science event

North Dakota State University graduate students will host an event to give local high school students and the community the opportunity to learn science concepts and see the breadth of scientific disciplines and career opportunities. The graduate students will lead … Continue reading

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NDSU Master of Public Health director to receive honor

The National Indian Health Board has announced Dr. Donald Warne, director of NDSU’s Master of Public Health program, will receive the board’s first-ever Public Health Innovation Award. He will be recognized during the opening plenary session of the sixth annual … Continue reading

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Cancer prevention expert to speak at NDSU

A researcher whose laboratory discovered a crucial link in establishing secondhand smoke as a lung carcinogen in nonsmokers is scheduled to speak at NDSU. Stephen S. Hecht, Wallin Professor of Cancer Prevention at the University of Minnesota, is scheduled to … Continue reading

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New name for NDSU college reflects diverse health-care offerings, interprofessional focus

North Dakota State University’s College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences has changed its name to the College of Health Professions to recognize the full scope of its academic mission. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education approved the … Continue reading

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NDSU to host poverty simulation event

Members of the NDSU community will get a glimpse into how a family in poverty navigates the complexities of life. Approximately 65 students, faculty and staff will take part in a poverty simulation experience scheduled for Wednesday, April 1, from … Continue reading

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Therapy dog expert to speak at NDSU

Holly Bushard, a certified Therapy Dog International evaluator is scheduled to discuss ethics, training and certification of therapy canines on Thursday, March 26, at 12:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union Prairie Rose Room at NDSU. The event is part of … Continue reading

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NDSU symposium to examine design education

The NDSU Department of Architecture and Landscape Architecture will present “The Future of Design Education,” a symposium scheduled for March 26-27 at the Fargo Moorhead Community Theatre, located at 333 4th St. S. in Fargo. The symposium offers panel discussions … Continue reading

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Architecture students participate in “For the Birds” competition

Second-year NDSU architecture students are using their design skills for some high-flying clients during a design/construction competition called “For the Birds.” Forty-six students designed a dwelling specifically for a particular type of bird through interpretation of an award-winning architect’s design … Continue reading

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Student-run cafe goes Greek for weekly luncheon

The dietetics students of NDSU’s 800 Café have scheduled a Mediterranean-themed meal for Thursday, March 26, and Friday, March 27. The meal will be served in the third-floor Food Production Laboratory Complex in the breezeway between the Katherine Kilbourne Burgum … Continue reading

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Endowed chair established to continue potato pathology research

The odds are good Neil Gudmestad had a hand in getting your helping of potatoes to the dinner table. The longtime NDSU potato pathologist is one of the foremost disease researchers for the world’s fourth-most-consumed food crop. But with retirement … Continue reading

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