Ground Broken For New Catherine Cater Hall

A groundbreaking ceremony for Catherine Cater Hall, NDSU’s newest residence hall, was held Sept. 12. Named for the much-beloved late professor emeritus of English, the structure has a $39 million budget and will feature 440 beds. The suite-style residence hall is intended for second-year students. “This building is important to NDSU and the state of…
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Bison Athletic Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

NDSU is scheduled to induct eight individuals into the Bison Athletic Hall of Fame on Friday, Sept. 29. The 46th annual induction ceremony will bring the number of individuals enshrined in the Hall of Fame to 284. The newest Hall of Fame class includes women’s cross country and track and field All-American Pam Drietz Olsen (1991-95); baseball…
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Alumna, UCodeGirl Founder To Speak At NDSU

Betty Gronneberg, MS ’12, software engineering, and founder of UCodeGirl, is scheduled to speak at NDSU later this month. The talk, “Software Engineer Turned Social Entrepreneur: Lessons from an NDSU Grad,” is geared toward students, faculty and staff in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics community. It is scheduled for 11 a.m. on Friday, Sept.…
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NDSU School Immunization Research To Be Published

An important NDSU study about immunization rates in North Dakota schools is soon to be published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The article, titled “Enforcement Associated With Higher School-Reported Immunization Rates,” will appear in an upcoming issue of the journal this fall. The report was written by Kylie Hall, project manager, NDSU Center…
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Master’s Student Earns Award

Department of Plant Sciences master’s student Carlos Maldonado Mota received the “Best Poster Award by a Young Investigator” at the Feed the Future Legume Innovation Lab Grain Legume Research Conference held Aug. 13-18 in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Maldonado Mota presented his poster, “Identification of New Sources of Resistance to Anthracnose in Climbing Bean Germplasm from Guatemala,”…
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