NSF RAPID Grant will support fog-measuring efforts in fall and spring around Hector International Airport, Fargo, N.D. The University of North Dakota has received a $45,000 RAPID Grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct fog measurements. The grant will support two […]
Prof. Michael Dodge and Space Studies M.S. students Madison Diamond (center) and Kristin Shahady (right) recently attended the SGAC Fusion Forum Conference in Colorado Spring, CO. Prof. Dodge was also a panelist during the event.
Dr. Kavya Manyapu, Adjunct Professor of Space Studies will be speaking at the Humans to Mars Summit on 9/15 about why it is important to go to Mars. This summit is free to register. Students might be interested in participating in […]
Professor Michael Dodge was recently interviewed by Dr. Elizabeth Howell (one of our recent Aerospace PhD graduates) for The Space Economy podcast. The podcast discusses economic opportunities in space, orbital tourism, and other related matters. It is available here.
Atmospheric Sciences is pleased to announce that Montana Etten-Bohm will join our department as an Instructional Assistant Professor starting Fall 2022! Montana is currently finishing her PhD at Texas A&M University and will primarily teach our ATSC 110 Meteorology I […]
Atmospheric Sciences is pleased to announce our newest Assistant Professor, Dr. Jared Marquis. Jared recently earned his PhD in Atmospheric Sciences at UND and already has several years of instructing experience at UND and Sitting Bull College on the Standing […]
Fargo-based weather forecaster Lydia Blume credits UND for helping her realize her childhood dream career Now with WDAY-TV’s morning news show, meteorologist Lydia Blume pursued her passion for weather at UND. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today. Few people would call a tornado […]
UND researchers gain valuable field experience collecting data in the heart of Florida’s coastal storms Boarding a specialized Cessna Citation II Research Aircraft, UND researchers flew in proximity of coastal thunderstorms collecting atmospheric data this summer. The research was conducted on […]
Aerospace Science Ph.D. candidate, Elizabeth Howell, will defend her dissertation as follows. All Aerospace/Space Studies students, faculty and staff are encouraged to attend. When: Thursday, May 30th at 10:00 am (Central Daylight Saving Time) Where: Ryan Hall, Room 111 Title: Can You Hear Me, Major Tom? Open […]
A UND Blog article about the ILMAH Mission VII is found here. You can also watch a short television clip by local WDAZ TV recorded on the day of the mission start here.