‘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 […]

With UND’s help, Australian ag-tech company brings its bee-tracking technology to North Dakota

With UND’s help, Australian ag-tech company brings its bee-tracking technology to North Dakota

Where the bees are by, Patrick Miller Last week was the first time Paul Snyder, director of the UND Aerospace Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Program, got a firsthand look at technology from Australia that could help North Dakota sunflower farmers increase production through […]

“Framing the Green New Deal for local governance” Dr. Romsdahl’s new article

“Framing the Green New Deal for local governance” Dr. Romsdahl’s new article

Framing the Green New Deal for Local Governance Rebecca Romsdahl,  July 16, 2019 Published in the “The Green New Deal: Pathways to a Low Carbon Economy” –  Public Administration Review, Bully Pulpit Symposium, (see number 10 in the listed commentaries) Summary: A vision for […]