North Dakota State University campus successes – May

May 25, 2016

National Science Foundation Day at NDSU attracts researchers from across the region

NDSU hosted North Dakota’s first National Science Foundation workshop for researchers throughout the region. The workshop’s purpose was to help researchers learn how to write successful proposals for science, engineering and education research funding. The funding brings money into the state and region and helps find solutions to the world’s biggest problems.

 

NDSU to offer new online nursing program

The NDSU School of Nursing will begin a new online registered nurse to bachelor of science in nursing program in fall 2016. The part-time program provides flexibility for nurses to advance their careers. Nurses who have associate degrees will be able to earn bachelor’s degrees in a manner that fits their schedules.

 

NDSU students help preserve North Dakota history

NDSU public history students will help preserve the state’s history and gain hands-on experience through a summer field school. They will spend a week and a half working at the Emmons County Museum in Linton where they will digitize, clean, paint, label, catalog, preserve, and conduct outreach programs for the Linton community.

 

5/14/16 - Students waiting in the Fargodome for NDSU commencement ceremonies to begin.

5/14/16 – Students waiting in the Fargodome for NDSU commencement ceremonies to begin.

5/14/16 - The stage at NDSU commencement ceremonies.

5/14/16 – The stage at NDSU commencement ceremonies.