New NDSU Center Continues To Grow

NDSU’s Center for the Study of Public Choice and Private Enterprisehas expanded and organized a variety of successful projects since it was organized in November 2016. “The center engages in research and educational programs to uncover the institutions and policies that encourage and enhance human well-being,” explained director Jeremy Jackson, associate professor of agribusiness and applied…
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NDSU Engineering Grad Starts Robotics Camp Company

Ryan Swanson started hosting robotics camps to earn a little extra money over the summer. It was supposed to be a temporary gig, but now the company he created at NDSU could become his full-time job and inspire a whole new generation of engineers. Swanson graduated in May with a degree in mechanical engineering. His…
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Pharmacy Students Provide Stroke Education Program In Communities

Every 40 seconds someone suffers a stroke in the United States. May is Stroke Awareness Month and a community outreach program from NDSU is now being made available in rural areas and other communities. NDSU pharmacy students and Marketa Marvanova, chair of pharmacy practice in the NDSU School of Pharmacy, provided the program in Mayville,…
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Kenya Experience Provides Global View To NDSU Nursing Students

A group of NDSU nursing students from Fargo and Bismarck traveled more than 8,000 miles to further build their nursing skills in a global setting during a spring semester practicum in Kenya. They observed and participated in emergency room, theatre (operating room) and community health activities during their self-funded trip. For nursing student Gina Valcourt, the trip…
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Chair Named For Civil And Environmental Engineering Department

David R. Steward has been appointed chair of the NDSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineeringand awarded the Walter B. Booth Distinguished Professorship. Steward, who was a professor of civil engineering at Kansas State University, will join NDSU on July 1. “This is an exciting hire for the department and the College of Engineering,” said Michael…
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