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Research Your Research

Starting Monday, April 16 and running through Friday, April 20, Undergraduate Research Week will show off the work done by NDSU students as well as provide resources about research and applying to graduate school. There are weeklong activities, such…

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Year in Review

As the year draws to a close, our current student body President Mason Wenzel and our student body Vice President Katie Mastel highlight their top five accomplishments and a couple of things they wish they had done better. Their…

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Finance Hands-On Learning

  Students in North Dakota State’s College of Business participated in the CFA (Charters Financial Analyst) Institute Research Challenge to gain skills in finance, teamwork and competition. According to the CFA Institute website, there are 5,000 students from over…

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NDSU Professor Rocks The Boat

Despite having a growing population and a burgeoning university, Fargo does not have a science museum. Jessie Rock, a geology professor at North Dakota State, is trying to change this by applying for a grant through the Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation…

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NDSU Department Receives Award

  North Dakota State’s department of agribusiness and applied economics received the 2017 Service to Exporters award for their “support and commitment to the next generation of North Dakota agribusiness professionals and exporters.” Brandt Holdings, a Fargo-based agricultural and…

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In Memory Of

On April 6 at 4 p.m., a memorial service was held to remember the students of North Dakota State that passed away this year. Ellie Helm, an undergraduate student in psychology from Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, Noah Rockenback, an undergraduate…

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Challenged to Innovate

The final presentations for the Innovation Challenge were hosted in the Memorial Union April 5. The event included 20 ideas from North Dakota State students spread over three categories or “tracks”: products, services and social innovations. Members of participating…

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From Intern to Professional

Matthew Stewart, co-founder of College Works Painting — which provides business experience for college students — offers students tips on how to turn an internship into a job. This year’s college graduating class will be entering the strongest job…

Chase Grindberg and Marisa Pacella will be North Dakota State’s new student body president and vice present. The results were announced April 5 outside of the student government office in the Memorial Union. Grindberg attributes his ticket’s success to…

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  Students in the North Dakota State Horticulture and Forestry Club traveled to the 2018 National Collegiate Landscape Competition, held March 14-17. The National Collegiate Landscape Competition is an annual three-day competition and networking event for students enrolled in…