North Dakota State University – Campus Successes December

December 11, 2015

NDSU’s STEM Classroom and Lab Building to open in January

NDSU’s new, state-funded STEM Building will open for classes in January. It is a student-focused structure made up entirely of classrooms, labs and study areas. It is designed for flexibility, interdisciplinary collaboration and teaching innovation. A building dedication was held Dec. 10.

 

Dalrymple states economic impact of new greenhouse

Gov. Jack Dalrymple called the N.D. Agricultural Experiment Station Research Greenhouse Complex the state building with the most economic impact at its Nov. 13 dedication. The $33 million complex features state-of-the-art growth chambers and a Biosafety Level 3 facility, and was funded with state and federal appropriations plus donations

 

New center focuses on immunization education

NDSU’s new Center for Immunization Research and Education addresses concerning trends in vaccine coverage through education and research and finds ways to improve vaccine acceptance and immunization rates in both children and adults. The center educates the general public, health providers and public health workers on all aspects of immunization.