Groundbreaking ceremony held for NDSU STEM Building

June 24, 2014

Groundbreaking ceremony held for NDSU STEM Building

NDSU held a groundbreaking ceremony May 22 for the new STEM Classroom and Lab Building. The state-funded building will house classrooms, labs and study areas, with a focus on science, technology, engineering and math-related courses. The building is scheduled to be completed by spring 2016.

 

N.D. high school students participate in Governor’s School

High-achieving North Dakota high school students are spending six weeks at NDSU for Governor’s School. The state program challenges students in subjects such as agriculture, engineering, math and English and helps prepare them for college. Students work closely with NDSU faculty members who lead classes, discussions, field trips and other activities.

 

3 NDSU grads receive Fulbright scholarships

Three recent NDSU graduates were selected for prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship Scholarships—the highest number NDSU has received in one cycle. Emily Grenz will be an instructor in Turkey, and Katherine Thoreson will teach in Belgium. Both women graduated in May 2014. Alumna Annie Erling Gofus will work in the Slovak Republic.