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Art students establish creative studio

A group of NDSU art students is converting a three-stall garage into the Ochre Creative Studio. The space is located in the alley behind the Teamsters building at 1114 main Ave. in Fargo. The students include art students Ben Neyers, … Continue reading

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Poverty simulation helps shape future health care professionals

NDSU nursing and pharmacy students will get a glimpse into how a family in poverty navigates the complexities of life. Approximately 70 senior nursing students and third-year professional pharmacy students are scheduled to take part in a poverty simulation experience … Continue reading

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NDSU named ambassador for weather-readiness initiative

NDSU has been by selected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as a Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador. The initiative is an effort to formally recognize NOAA partners who are improving the nation’s readiness against extreme weather, water and climate events. As … Continue reading

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Emergency management faculty awarded grant to study hurricane evacuation

NDSU researchers, along with colleagues from Purdue University and Virginia Tech University, have been selected to receive a $2.5 million National Science Foundation Hazards Science, Engineering and Education for Sustainability, known as SEES, grant to understand the role of uncertainty … Continue reading

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NDSU to host Veterans Town Hall Meeting

North Dakota Veterans Affairs Commissioner Lonnie Wangen is scheduled to make a stop at NDSU as he visits cities across the state to hold town hall meetings with veterans. Fargo-area veterans are invited to a town hall meeting at NDSU … Continue reading

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Construction continues inside Wellness Center aquatic addition

The Wallman Wellness Center aquatic addition is fully enclosed and construction is underway on the inside of the facility. Air ducts have been placed throughout the addition and walls have been placed to separate locker rooms, classrooms and mechanical rooms from what … Continue reading

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Journalism student displays North Dakota photos

The NDSU Department of Communication is showcasing the photographic talents of one of its outstanding students. Throughout spring semester, the department will display 25 photographs by Jack Dura, a senior journalism major from Fargo. Titled, “Jack Dura: A North Dakota … Continue reading

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Professor earns NSF grant for power grid research

Nilanjan Ray Chaudhuri, assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, received a $132,182 National Science Foundation grant to research and develop a model that could help stabilize large power grids while increasing the use of renewable energy. … Continue reading

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NDSU researchers awarded NSF grant for ambitious power systems project

NDSU researchers are leading a team that has been awarded a $496,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for a project titled “CPS: Breakthrough: Collaborative Research: WARP: Wide Area assisted Resilient Protection.” NDSU will receive more than $314,000, while New … Continue reading

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Commencement speaker to encourage graduates to keep pushing themselves

Richard Schrom has been selected to address his class at North Dakota State University’s winter commencement ceremonies scheduled for Friday, Dec.18. Schrom, who grew up in Little Canada, Minnesota, will address his fellow students and sing a solo during the … Continue reading

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