Master Of Public Health Program Passes Milestone

The NDSU Master of Public Health was established to educate the next generation of the public health workforce. The program already has reached a milestone in doing so. More than 100 students have matriculated into the five-year-old program. Thirty-five students have graduated from it. The growth has exceeded initial expectations, said Dr. Donald Warne, chair of the…
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NDSU Student Named Miss North Dakota USA 2017

Raquel Wellentin, a senior majoring in university studies, was crowned Miss North Dakota USA 2017 at a pageant held Nov. 20 at NDSU’s Festival Concert Hall. Wellentin will move on to compete next summer for the title of Miss USA, which will be broadcast on Fox Television. “I am honored and humbled to represent North Dakota at…
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Produce From NDSU Research Plots Donated To Food Pantry

NDSU students Jacob Kluza and Austin Espe are responsible for growing more than 4,000 pounds of fresh produce that was donated to the Emergency Food Pantry in Fargo during the 2016 growing season. The vegetables donated were grown in two research projects for the Department of Plant Sciences High Value Crops Project, led by Harlene…
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Business Faculty Host Midwest Academy Of Management Conference

NDSU College of Business faculty members took a leadership role in organizing and hosting the 2016 conference of the Midwest Academy of Management, known as MAM, in downtown Fargo Oct.6-8. The event drew more than 200 participants, which is believed to be a record attendance. Conference events were spread across several sites, including Richard H.…
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NDSU Students Named University Innovation Fellows

NDSU students Lydia Gregersen, Samantha Schultz and David Syverson have completed training to become University Innovation Fellows, a national program designed to empower student leaders to increase campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and design thinking. They are among 169 students from 49 institutions in four countries to be selected in the latest group of…
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