UND Aerobatic Team wins 10th national flying championship

The University of North Dakota Aerobatic Team has won the International Aerobatic Club Collegiate National Championship for the 10th time. The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences received the news after IAC officials tallied competition results from around the […]

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Jan. 24 Provost Forum will focus on President Kennedy and Vice President for Health Affairs Joshua Wynne’s presentation to legislators

The next Provost Forum will focus on presentations given Jan. 15 to the North Dakota State Legislature by President Kennedy and Vice President for Health Affairs and School of Medicine & Health Science Dean Joshua Wynne. Please join us Thursday, […]

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AmeriCorps grant applications due Feb. 15

The North Dakota State Commission on National and Community Service (State Commission) is announcing that effective Dec. 26, 2018, competition is open for AmeriCorps*State formula funded proposals for projects operating during the 2019-2020 project year. The North Dakota AmeriCorps*State Formula […]

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Research & Economic Development provides update on government shutdown impact

We would like to inform you there have been no official updates regarding the Government Shutdown since our previous email of December 26, 2018. The Division of Research & Economic Development is continuing to closely monitor the Government Shutdown and the […]

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Online business programs receive top rankings

The UND College of Business and Public Administration (CoBPA) is pleased to announce that U.S. News and World Report has recently released the following rankings for the Best Online Business programs in 2019, placing UND’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) […]

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Blood Drive is Jan. 30 at Memorial Union

The UND Medical Laboratory Science Club, Undergraduate Medical Association and UND Saudi Arabia students are sponsoring a blood drive from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, in the Loading Dock of the Memorial Union. It will be conducted […]

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In Remembrance

Remembering John Salter

John Salter Jr., a former UND professor and civil rights activist who was the first person to receive the Martin Luther King Jr. award in North Dakota, died Monday at age 84. Salter was a professor at UND from 1981 […]

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