NDSU State Of The University Address

            Joseph A. Chapman, president of North Dakota State University, is scheduled to present the annual State of the University Address on Thursday, Oct. 1, at 11 a.m. in Festival Concert Hall.              Chapman, who became NDSU’s 13th president in June 1999, is expected to discuss a…
Read More

Richard H. Barry Hall To Be Dedicated Oct. 2

A dedication ceremony for Richard H. Barry Hall, home to the College of Business, the Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics, the Center for Global Initiatives and Leadership and the North Dakota Trade Office, is planned for Friday, Oct. 2, at 2 p.m. at 811 2nd Ave.   More info at: http://www.ndsu.edu/news/mediareleases/article/5915/      …
Read More

Coston To Testify At Congressional Hearing

D.C. Coston, vice president for agriculture and university extension at North Dakota State University, is scheduled to travel this week to Washington, D.C., to testify during a Congressional hearing about the 2008 Farm Bill. Coston’s presentation is set for Wednesday, Sept. 30, before the U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture Committee’s Subcommittee on Conservation, Credit, Energy…
Read More

NDSU Enrollment Hits 14,189

The university’s official fourth week enrollment is 14,189 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. This is an increase of 960 from the official figure a year ago. The official fall 2008 enrollment was 13,229 students, which was released on Sept. 23, 2008. Part of the increase comes from an all time record for graduate student enrollment.…
Read More

Dakota Studies Courses Offered

Linguists worldwide are trying to save languages, and nowhere are they dying more quickly than in North America. With 25,000 speakers on 15 U.S. and Canadian reservations, Dakota is considered an "unsafe" language in terms of longevity. "[Languages] are dying here," said Bruce Maylath, professor of English. "That’s what we are trying to avoid happening…
Read More