German Russians To Recall Folk Medicine On Radio Program

Organizers of the Dakota Memories Oral History Project, in cooperation with Prairie Public Broadcasting, will air a new radio program titled “German-Russian Folk Medicine: Old Docs, Prairie Women, and Healing Hands.” The program is scheduled for  Wednesday, March 14, at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. (CST). During their oral histories, narrators share memories of traditional…
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NDSU Accounting Students Provide Free Tax Preparation Services

Thirty North Dakota State University accounting students are volunteering their time this winter to assist area residents with tax preparation. Their services, provided at no charge, are open to the whole community, with special emphasis on serving people who have low incomes, people whose native language is not English and international students. A branch of…
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Ergologistics, A Technology Incubator Start-up, Named Finalist For National Award

Ergologistics, a start-up company at the NDSU Research and Technology Park’s Technology Incubator, has been named a finalist for the 2012 Edison Best New Product Awards in the industrial design category. Ergologistics, which manufactures products to reduce wear and tear on the bodies of workers who lift and carry materials, was nominated for its Lift’n…
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ND Centers Of Excellence Commission Approves Two New Centers Of Research Excellence At NDSU: Focus To Be On Life Sciences And On Industry

The North Dakota Centers of Excellence Commission has approved $1.67 million to fund two new Centers of Research Excellence at NDSU. NDSU will receive $1.35 million to develop a new Center of Research Excellence called the Center for Life Sciences Research and Applications. Based at NDSU, the Center will conduct life sciences research with private…
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NDSU To Host Presentation On Complexity And Diversity’s Positive Effects On Teams

North Dakota State University is scheduled to host a presentation titled, “Leveraging Diversity: How We Can Use Our Differences to Improve Our World,” on Thursday, Feb. 23, from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Memorial Union Century Theater. The presentation is free and open to the public. Guest speaker Scott Page, director of the Center…
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