News and Events


News and Events

NDSU Libraries Undergraduate Research Award 2023
The Libraries will be awarding the Undergraduate Research Award for excellence in use of library resources.
Michael M. Miller set to retire after 55 years at NDSU

Michael M. Miller, director and bibliographer of the Germans from Russia Heritage Collection at the NDSU Libraries, is set to retire on Dec. 1 after over 55 years at NDSU. Michael joins Henry L. Bolley and C.B. Waldron as the longest serving employees in NDSU history.

International Open Access Week: Open for Climate Justice
October 12, 2022

As researchers, we all know the frustration of attempting to access a journal article only to find that it’s locked behind a paywall.

Human Experiences: The Legacy of the Relocation and Termination Era with Les LaFountain

Les LaFountain, a 17-year veteran of the Social Science faculty at the Turtle Mountain Community College and member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa, will engage the participants in the backstory of the federal Indian policy of termination and relocation that gripped Indian Country from th

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Graduate Workshop Series
NDSU Libraries present a workshop series for graduate students offered as part of the Graduate School’s GPS Academy.
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The Fargo Air Museum and NDSU Archives are beginning an archives partnership that will allow the museum’s collection of photographs and paper documents to be preserved and shared with the community.
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Join us in congratulating NDSU Libraries staff members for their accomplishments during academic year 2021-22!
Mary McCannel Gunkelman
Congratulations to Linnae Weinrich on being nominated for the 2022 Mary McCannel Gunkelman Award for helping create an enjoyable environment at NDSU!
Try our Banned Books Challenge!
NDSU Libraries Celebrates Banned Books Week, Sept. 18-24