Kids of all ages are invited to experience what it means to be an engineer at annual outreach opportunities hosted by NDSU’s College of Engineering.
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Meet the man who launched engineering at North Dakota Agricultural College in its earliest days, with photos from the NDSU Archives.
Doosan Bobcat’s $4.5 million investment in STEM scholarships at NDSU is shaping the next generation of industry leaders.
NDSU professor Adam Gladen is helping the College of Engineering become a national leader in energy stewardship.
NDSU researchers are exploring how artificial intelligence and precision agriculture practices can help protect resources, support farmers, and sustain the nation’s food supply.
Fifty years after its inception, NDSU’s computer science program is more innovative and in demand than ever.
CHS and the CHS Foundation are the recipients of the 2023 Partner in Excellence Award, which recognizes a corporation, foundation, or organization that has given significant support as well as demonstrated inspirational philanthropic giving in the University.
David ’68 and Aileen ’69 Clough are recipients of the 2023 Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes individuals who have provided outstanding volunteer service for the benefit of the University or played vital roles as volunteer fundraisers on behalf of the NDSU Foundation.
Neil Gudmestad ’78, ’82 is the recipient of the 2023 Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award, which honors individuals who have attained noted achievements in the area of education as teachers, researchers, and/or administrators.
Spencer Duin ’66, ’18 is a recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Service Award, which recognizes an individual who has provided outstanding volunteer service for the benefit of the University or someone who has played a vital role as a volunteer fundraiser on behalf of the NDSU Foundation.