Katherine Hoerth wrote “Prairie Madness” in 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic in response to quarantining and social distancing.
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Rural schools struggle to keep teachers. NDSU’s Teacher Leadership Academies are changing that.
In honor of former NDSU visiting artist Sam Pilafian, the Boston Brass traveled to Fargo, North Dakota, to perform a commissioned piece along with NDSU’s Wind Symphony at the 2021 Evening of Distinction.
Two photos in the home of Dale Peppel ’53 help tell the story of the role basketball played in shaping his childhood — and his future.
Former Bison fullback Chad Stark shares how NDSU set him up for success on and off the field.
For NDSU student-athletes, the clock never stops. Jalen Bussey ’23, a Bison running back, spent his summer on campus. Every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, he met his teammates in the weight room, at the Fargodome, or on the turf for strength and conditioning practice.
North Dakota State University’s Nice Center, founded in Jan. 2019 and funded by philanthropy through the In Our Hands Campaign, supports students’ ideas and helps them advance those ideas in the marketplace. For Dieumerci Christel ’21, the Nice Center opened up a world of possibilities as he completed his degree and advanced his business.
From Zimbabwe to NDSU and Beyond The Henry L. Bolley Academic Achievement Award honors individuals who have attained noted achievements in the area of education as teachers, researchers, and/or administrators. …
50 Years of Passion for NDSU The Heritage Award recognizes alumni who have provided outstanding volunteer service for the benefit of NDSU. Story by Nicole Thom-Arens | September 16, 2021 …
Forever a Bison The Service Award recognizes individuals who have played a vital role as volunteer fundraisers. Story by Micaela Gerhardt | September 16, 2021 Looking back, John Wold ’66 …