Writing is often done in isolation, but NDSU’s Center for Writers opens doors and invites students to the table.
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Quinn Nowacki ’23 has a passion for plants that’s been growing since she was 16. Now she’s majoring in horticulture and shares her top tips for landscaping and gardening success.
Athletic scholarships are awarded to student-athletes with the drive and passion to succeed, like pro Bison Easton Stick and Trey Lance. Meet a couple who invested in their dreams.
Winston Churchill said, “We shape our buildings, and afterwards our buildings shape us.” For architects Ann and Dan Noble, shaping a skyline is a humbling responsibility, so they’re doing more to better serve people in the spaces they design.
The NDSU Foundation Magazine invites you on a field trip with NDSU President Dean L. Bresciani and alumna Kristi Hanson. Read on to experience an NDSU indoor track and field meet alongside some of NDSU’s biggest fans.
Dr. Clay Routledge spent two decades researching meaning in life. Now, he’s taking his research beyond the lab to improve communities.
How Brianna Maddock ’22 went from Davenport, a small town of fewer than 300 people, to Aldevron, a cutting-edge biotechnology company that employs nearly 1,000.
The College of Business is a microcosm of the In Our Hands campaign success. Scott Beaulier’s hiring as dean aligned with the start of the campaign; benefactors rallied around his vision for what it means to study business at NDSU and began investing.
Young girls lose interest in STEM subjects more frequently than their male peers. By embracing her passions, young alumna Darby Beyer ’20 is rewriting the narrative.
For more than 70 years, NDSU Team Makers has been leading the fundraising effort to enhance the student-athlete experience.