‘Unmanned U’: UND is at epicenter of drone innovation

Mechanical engineering Kaci Lemler, an employee with Field of View, a UAS-support business, explains how equipment aboard UAS can record and distinguish between living plants and nonliving things. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Call it the Valley of the Drones. A narrow swath straddling North Dakota’s eastern border, anchored by Grand Forks to the north and Fargo to the south, the Red River Valley of the North has long been known for having […]

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Chemical engineering faculty part of U.S.-China research collaboration

Wayne Seames

Chemical Engineering faculty members Wayne Seames and Gautham Krishnamoorthy are co-principal investigators on a recently awarded international research grant to study barriers associated with oxy-biomass and oxy-coal combustion technologies and their impacts on producing electricity and removing CO2 from the […]


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Events

Thursday, Sept. 22: doctoral examination for Harpa Lind Jonsdottir, Clinical Psychology

The doctoral examination for Harpa Lind Jonsdottir, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree with a major in Clinical Psychology, is set for 12:15 p.m. Sept. 22 in 210 Corwin-Larimore. The dissertation title is:  A Longitudinal Study of the Negative Impact […]


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Announcements

New Memorial Union Service Center combines information, scheduling, and printing services

To better serve the University community, the Memorial Union has combined some services to form the Memorial Union Service Center. Students, staff, faculty, administration, and community members will be able to access the Info Center, Scheduling Office, and Printing Services […]


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Research

STEM and NASA-relevant research proposals sought

The NASA North Dakota Space Grant Consortium is now inviting applications for Research Focus Area Award (RFA) Proposals from faculty at NDSGC affiliate colleges.  See list of affiliates here.  Applications are due Sept. 2.  Please see link for details on […]


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Honors

Throwing the wrong switch: Researchers explore faulty genes

Sergei Nechaev (left) and Archana Dhasarathy are among a group of scientists working to build a center for epigenomics and epigenetics research. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Diseases like cancer sometimes start because a genetic switch goes bad—just like faulty wiring in your home leads to problems. Molecular biologists and research collaborators and husband-and-wife team, Archana Dhasarathy and Sergei Nechaev are searching for clues in the body’s […]


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Bulletin Board

Sept. 5, Labor Day, is holiday

Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 5, will be observed as a holiday by the University. Only those employees designated by their supervisors are required to work on this holiday. […]


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In Remembrance

Remembering Marci Purpur-Hecht

Marci Hecht

It is with regret that we announce the death of Marci L. Purpur-Hecht, Administrative Secretary in the Information Resources Department, School of Medicine and Health Sciences, on Saturday, May 14, in her home. She joined the UND family in 1980, […]


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