NDSU Announces Gate City Bank Auditorium Dedication

Event to celebrate renovated facility’s impact on student learning North Dakota State University students will have an enhanced learning experience thanks to Gate City Bank’s $500,000 gift to the NDSU Development Foundation. The gift was for the renovation of a 1960s-era auditorium and an endowment for ongoing maintenance. The dedication of the Gate City Bank…
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Theatre NDSU 2012-13 Tickets Go On Sale Aug. 15

NDSU Little Country Theatre Productions announced the 2012-13 season for Theatre NDSU and tickets will be available Aug. 15 at www.ndsu.edu/finearts or by calling 701-231-7969. Ticket prices for all shows, with the exception of “9 to 5: The Musical,” are as follows: Adults: $12 Seniors, NDSU faculty/staff/alumni: $10 General student: $8 NDSU student: $5 Ticket…
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NDSU Fan Day Scheduled For Aug. 14

NDSU Fan Day is scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 14, from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Fans can meet and greet Bison football, volleyball and soccer players, as well as coaches. There will be inflatable games and free NDSU posters, prizes and schedule cards. The event is free…
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NDSU Receives Grant For New 3-D X-ray Imaging System

NDSU has been awarded a $482,807 grant from the National Science Foundation Division of Biological Infrastructure for a versatile state-of-the-art X-ray inspection and computed tomography system. The principal investigator for the Major Research Instrumentation grant is Kendra Greenlee, assistant professor of biological sciences. Co-principal investigators are Scott Payne, assistant director of the Electron Microscopy Center, and…
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NDSU Faculty Publish Bird Development Research In International Ecological Journal

This is one smart egg. Talk about adjusting your internal clock.  New research at North Dakota State University shows that some chicks can sense day length, even while they are still in the egg, which in turn, affects how they develop. Mark E. Clark, associate professor, and Wendy Reed, head of biological sciences at NDSU,…
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