NDSU’s Fall 2010 Enrollment Sets Record

Fargo, N.D. Sept. 21 — North Dakota State University’s fall 2010 enrollment has set a record for the eleventh consecutive year. The university’s official fourth week enrollment is 14,407 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. This is an increase of 218 from the official figure a year ago. The official fall 2009 enrollment was 14,189 students,…
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Keeping The Eavesdropper Out Of Your Credit Card Business: The Mathematics Of Internet Security

Sean Sather Wagstaff, assistant professor of mathematics, will present the next Science Café topic, “Keeping the Eavesdropper Out of Your Credit Card Business: The Mathematics of Internet Security” on Thursday, Sept. 16 from 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. in Stokers Basement, Hotel Donaldson, 101 N. Broadway. It is free and open to the public and…
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NDSU Visual & Cognitive Neuroscience Center Awarded $10.7 Million From National Institutes Of Health

Sept. 1, 2010 – Fargo, N.D. – A major federal grant will allow North Dakota State University to enhance its cutting-edge research on how the brain processes visual information, how factors such as attention, individual differences and emotion affect visual perception and cognition, and how memory and attention work. The NDSU Center for Visual and…
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NDSU Researcher’s Work On Laughter In US News And World Report

Dr. Stephenson Beck, NDSU assistant professor in communication, worked on research that showed laughter is useful in non-humorous situations — including murder trial deliberations. His work is featured in US News and World Report. Read the article in its entirety: http://www.usnews.com/science/articles/2010/08/25/no-laughing-matter-laughter-can-play-key-role-in-group-dynamics.html

NDSU First Day Enrollment Tops 14,200

NDSU officials report first day enrollment was 2 percent higher than last year. As of the first full day of classes on Aug. 24, NDSU has 14,204 students enrolled in its undergraduate, professional and graduate programs compared to fall 2009 first full day count of 13,929. This represents an increase of 275 students. Undergraduate students…
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