Author Archives: NDSU News

Criminal justice faculty member presents Bakken findings to justice department officials

Carol Archbold, associate professor of criminal justice, recently presented the findings of her research on law enforcement issues in the Bakken to several officials from the U.S. Department of Justice. U.S. Attorney Chris Myers invited Archbold to present at the … Continue reading

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NDSU to host international residence hall conference

The hard work of a group of NDSU students is bringing a major international conference to campus. NDSU is set to host more than 2,200 representatives of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls for the organization’s annual … Continue reading

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Equestrian team season ends in national competition

NDSU’s equestrian team ended the season with one member competing at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association’s National Horse Show in West Springfield, Massachusetts. The rider, freshman Nicole Anderson of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, received an honorable mention in the American Quarter … Continue reading

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Commencement 2015: Student speaker’s lab experience fuels problem-solving passion

Houda Abdelrahman was drawn to medicine for the chance to interact with patients and find solutions to their health problems. That passion was crystallized while the senior served as an undergraduate research assistant at NDSU. The research experience taught Abdelrahman … Continue reading

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NDSU expert helps stop spread of avian influenza

Shafiqur Rahman knows little about avian influenza, but he knows as much as anyone in the country about the environmentally friendly and safe disposal of animals that have succumbed to disease. When the North Dakota Animal Health Division needed to … Continue reading

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NDSU faculty and students encourage kids’ interest in math

It was Friday night, and a classroom in North Dakota State University’s Minard Hall was filled with excited children and their parents. The kids moved from booth to booth—fishing math problems out of blow-up pools for Math Bingo, playing tic-tac-toe … Continue reading

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NDSU faculty, students design Hjemkomst exhibit

The Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead is scheduled to feature “American Dreams: Immigrants Carved Out Their Place on North Dakota’s Plains,” an exhibit designed and curated by Angela Smith, assistant professor and public history director, and students in her Intro to … Continue reading

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NDSU commencement set for May 16

NDSU’s spring commencement ceremony is scheduled for Saturday, May 16, at 10 a.m. in the Fargodome. Registrar Rhonda Kitch said 1,285 graduate, professional and undergraduate students have indicated they intend to march in the ceremony, as of April 27. A … Continue reading

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Exhibit to feature Rosenquist Artist in Residence

“Pie in the Sky,” a solo exhibition by Samantha Fein, the 2015 Rosenquist Artist in Residence at NDSU, is scheduled May 5-28 in the NDSU Memorial Union Gallery. The exhibition explores the diverse range of work Fein has created throughout … Continue reading

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Registration open for STEM-focused youth summer camps

The NDSU College of Engineering is offering its annual summer enrichment experience for third through eighth grade students. Registration is open for a series of STEM Kids 2015 camps, with the first scheduled to begin June 15. The final session … Continue reading

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