BLOWN-UNDER project finds its perfect storm

BLOWN-UNDER project finds its perfect storm

Student-driven winter weather field campaign faced dry, calm conditions until Wednesday storm proved fruitful Aaron Kennedy, in yellow, has led a month-long field research campaign aiming to observe conditions around blizzards and blowing snow. On Wednesday, his team finally had a […]

‘Eyes light up’ at third annual Aerospace Community Day

‘Eyes light up’ at third annual Aerospace Community Day

Thousands venture through halls of UND Aerospace and get first-hand experience with nation’s leading flight school Eight-year-old Andrew Cassanelli controlled a virtual airfield with the help of Hannah Park, an air traffic management major, at Saturday’s Aerospace Community Day. Photo by […]

Emeritus ESSP Professor Dr. Michael Hill to chair a symposium on current issues surrounding human activities and biodiversity conservation in the grassy biomes at the annual AAAS meeting in Seattle, WA

Emeritus ESSP Professor Dr. Michael Hill to chair a symposium on current issues surrounding human activities and biodiversity conservation in the grassy biomes at the annual AAAS meeting in Seattle, WA

  One February 16, Emeritus Professor Michael Hill will chair a symposium at the American Association for Advancement of Science annual meeting in Seattle, WA exploring the current issues surrounding human activities and biodiversity conservation in the grassy biomes (grasslands and […]