The Collaborative Adaptation of Teaching with Technology

I had the opportunity to have some great conversations with some of my colleagues at the Teaching with Technology Reception at the North Dakota Museum of Art last week. The following is an overview on my thoughts on teaching and […]

Adapting Alongside MOOCs

Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are the newest form of innovative teaching technology and are creating waves within the realm of higher education. MOOCs were originally categorized as part of the Uncollege movement whose philosophical belief is that institutional education […]

Navigating Shutdowns and Slowdowns

Susan Balcom Walton is UND’s Vice President for University and Public Affairs. As a part of her role, Vice President Walton oversees UND’s government relations activities. Her knowledge on the government shutdown and it’s effect on higher education is an […]

The Road to Little Rock

Dr. Terrence Roberts Davies family Last week, I was honored to host the Grand Forks premiere of “The Road to Little Rock” at the Chester Fritz Auditorium. It was a time to honor Judge Ronald Davies, a 1927 UND graduate who was […]

A Week of Welcoming

As a new member of the University of North Dakota family and the greater Grand Forks community, I look forward to the exciting time that is upon us — the start of Fall semester classes. In the past week, I witnessed […]