In April 2021, the NDSU Foundation announced it had surpassed the $400 million fundraising goal for In Our Hands: The Campaign for North Dakota State University. As of today, more than $430 million has been raised to support scholarships, faculty, facilities, and programs.
Steve Stephens’ (’69, ’71) NDSU experience helped prepare him for a lifetime of accomplishments and adventure. The qualities he gained as a student-athlete helped enhance his career in human resources leadership.
Doosan Bobcat North America (Doosan Bobcat) recently donated a new robotic cobot and two previously used robotic arms to help outfit a state-of-the-art robotics lab at the university; the gift in kind is valued at $60,000. Doosan Bobcat is committed to investing in STEM-related areas to help fuel innovation and inspire students in engineering and other innovation-related fields.
In mid-June, I crossed University Drive from the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center and walked, for the first time, to the Babbling Brook on the North Dakota State University campus. I planned my visit in the morning to avoid the heat, but the sun was unshrouded by clouds and light baked into the yellow bricks on campus even at that early hour.
Beginning in fall 2021, all incoming first-generation students enrolled in the College of Business at North Dakota State University will be awarded a one-time scholarship thanks to a new scholarship program funded through philanthropy. The program is supported by the Ronald and Kaye Olson Deanship fund and the Sheila and Robert Challey Institute for Global Innovation and Growth.
Shane ’92 and Mary ’94 Wendel met as student-athletes competing in track and field at North Dakota State University. Shane ran the 400 meters (m) as well as some relay events, and Mary competed in the pentathlon, which includes the 60m hurdles, high jump, shot put, long jump, and 800m run…
The North Dakota State University Foundation announced In Our Hands: The Campaign for North Dakota State University raised $413 million as of April 26, 2021 — a record amount in the history of higher education fundraising in the state. NDSU originally announced a campaign goal of $400 million in Oct. 2019.
Construction will begin this summer on North Dakota State University’s new indoor practice facility, which was given final authorization Thursday, April 29, by the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education.
Edie Boyer ’89 hardly remembers a time in her life without sports. Growing up, she and her three brothers and two sisters played them all — baseball, basketball, softball, soccer, wiffle ball in the backyard, and street hockey in the driveway. Her love of sports is part of the reason Edie was inspired to give back to NDSU Athletics.
Prakash Mathew, Dr. Thomas Riley, and Dr. James Jorgenson each served — in varying faculty and administrative roles — as diligent and compassionate facilitators of the student experience at North Dakota State University. Collectively, their careers at NDSU span from 1960 to 2015, and today they each embrace an ongoing commitment to student success through philanthropy.