Chair Of Public Health Receives National Honor

Dr. Donald Warne chair of the Department of Public Health in the College of Health Professions, was keynote speaker at the National Council of Urban Indian Health Leadership Conference held May 12-13 in San Diego. Warne’s presentation was titled “Integrated health care practices from a cultural perspective.” Warne also was recognized during the conference as a national…
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University Distinguished Professor Named American Society Of Animal Science Fellow

Lawrence P. Reynolds, University Distinguished Professor of animal sciences, will be honored with a Fellow Award-Research by the American Society of Animal Science. He will be recognized during the joint annual meeting of the organization, American Dairy Science Association, Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science and the Canadian Society of Animal Science…
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NDSU STEM Building To Be Renamed A. Glenn Hill Center

NDSU’s newest academic building will have a new name after the State Board of Higher Education approved the renaming of the STEM Building to the A. Glenn Hill Center. The new name honors Professor A. Glenn Hill, a faculty member in the Department of Mathematics from 1927 to 1967 and chair of the department from…
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NDSU Researchers Win Roon Foundation Award

NDSU researchers were awarded the first place Roon Foundation Award at the 2016 American Coatings Association’s American Coatings Conference. Teluka P. Galhenage, doctoral candidate and graduate research assistant in the Department of Coatings and Polymeric Materials, and co-authors were honored for their paper on poly(ethylene) glycol-modified amphiphilic siloxane polyurethane coatings. Galhenage was recognized April 11…
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Rye Resurgence Spurs Research

Increased interest in growing rye in North Dakota and Minnesota has spurred researchers to update production information on the small grain crop. Researchers were receiving requests for production information because growers are looking for alternatives for cash and cover crops, and there is a new interest in malting rye for craft brewing and distilling. Tests…
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