Student-Athletes Names To Academic All-District Team

NDSU senior Matti Mortimore and sophomore Ryan Enerson have been named to the Academic All-District 6 team in Division I men’s track and field, the College Sports Information Directors of America announced May 25. Mortimore, of Ipswich, England, graduated this month with a 3.92 cumulative grade point average, majoring in philosophy and humanities. Enerson, who…
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Family HealthCare Pharmacy, NDSU Receives Awards

Family HealthCare Pharmacy, NDSU recently received two awards. It was recognized as the top provider of medication therapy management services in North Dakota. The recognition is through the Outcomes platformof Cardinal Health. Patient insurance companies use clinical pharmacy platforms such as Outcomes to provide direct patient services from a pharmacist. These services can include assessment…
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NDSU Students Compete In Marketing Competition

NDSU students participated in the second annual Target Corporation Case Competition on May 12 at the NDSU’s Richard H. Barry Hall. The competition featured eight teams from a marketing strategy class that worked on solving marketing problems facing Target Corporation. The teams were judged on the ability to creatively solve the assigned marketing case study…
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NDSU Innovation Team Mentor, Professor Dies

David L. Wells, professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, died May 10. He was 80. Visitation is scheduled from 9-10 a.m., followed by the memorial service at 10 a.m., Thursday, May 18, at First Lutheran Church, located at 619 N. Broadway, Fargo. Arrangements are by Hanson-Runsvold Funeral Home of Fargo. Wells was the principal mentor for…
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NDSU Commencement Set For May 13

NDSU’s spring commencement ceremonies are scheduled for Saturday, May 13, in the Fargodome. There will be two ceremonies – 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. A total of 1,420 graduate, professional and undergraduate students have indicated they will participate. There are 2,251 eligible students. Colleges participating in the 10 a.m. ceremony include: • College of Arts,…
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