NDSU Researchers Phone Home To Young Scientists From 9,000 Miles Away

Forget Santa and the North Pole. For a group of 8th graders, the real deal this winter is a team of North Dakota State University research scientists working on the earth’s southernmost and coldest continent of Antarctica, which includes the South Pole.   This week 140 students from Ben Franklin Middle School in Fargo met…
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NDSU Presents A Concert Inspired By Former Band Director Orv Eidem.

North Dakota State University Department of Music is proud to present A Tribute to Orv, a concert inspired by the life of Orv Eidem on Tuesday, December 7 at 7:30 PM in Festival Concert Hall.  Admission is free. The NDSU Wind Symphony will perform pieces that were loved by or inspired by Orv, who was…
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1,000 Trained In LIVE REAL Mentor Program

North Dakota State University President’s Council on Alcohol and Other Drugs announced that more than 1,000 NDSU students, faculty and staff have completed the LIVE REAL Mentor training program since its inception in spring 2010. The LIVE REAL Mentor program is designed to increase the NDSU community’s knowledge about the effects of high-risk alcohol and…
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North Dakota State Women’s Volleyball Faces Minnesota In NCAA Division I Tournament

FARGO, N.D. – North Dakota State will play Minnesota in the first round of the NCAA Division I women’s volleyball tournament at 7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the Sports Pavilion in Minneapolis. The 64-team tournament field was announced live Sunday afternoon on ESPNews. North Dakota State, 20-10 overall, has won four straight and nine…
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NDSU’s Dean Of College Of Arts, Humanities And Social Sciences Steps Down

Fargo, N.D., Nov. 24, 2010 – Thomas J. Riley, Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences at North Dakota State University, will step down from his administrative post in July, 2011, to return to the faculty of the department of sociology and anthropology. Riley has been Dean of the college since 1996,…
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