Army Logistics Expert, NDSU Alumnus To Give Lecture

Col. Matt Shatzkin, a U.S. Army logistics expert and graduate of NDSU’s transportation and logistics doctoral program, is scheduled to present a lecture on emergency supply chains Monday, May 8, at 1 p.m. in Quentin Burdick Room 422. His presentation, “Understanding the Complexity of Emergency Supply Chains,” will define a framework for emergency supply chains…
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NDSU Lions Club Gathers Items For Children In Need

The NDSU Lions club recently bought, packed and donated 89 duffle bags for foster children in need through the Cass County Child Service. The group plans to distribute the bags on Tuesday, May 2. “These bags will help children going through rough times feel loved. The bags keep their belongings from being packed into a…
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NDSU Hosts 2017 Science Olympiad

NDSU hosted the North Dakota Science Olympiad on April 22. Approximately 730 North Dakota students in grades 6-12 competed in the state science competition for a chance to advance to nationals. Students competed in a series of 35 science, technology, engineering and mathematics events to test their competency in the sciences. Activities ranged from science…
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NDSU Assistant Professor’s Research Mentioned In Newsweek

Research by Jeremy Straub, NDSU assistant professor of computer science, was mentioned in a recent Newsweek article about the possibility of a human settlement on Mars. The mention comes after Straub’s publication was prominently cited in a Nature Scientific Reports article that advances key material science knowledge to support structure fabrication on Mars using 3D…
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Intellectual Property And Tech Transfer Conference Scheduled

The Intellectual Property and Tech Transfer Conference has been scheduled for Thursday, May 11, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the NDSU Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center. Topics at the event include IP basics, licensing, inventorship, university research and joint research. The conference is free and open to the public. The goal of the…
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