President Wynne will give State of the University address Sept. 23

President Wynne will give the State of the University address at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 23, in Education 7. All are welcome. […]

Campus News

President Wynne launches podcast

In an effort to continually find fresh, new ways to bring the University of North Dakota campus community, as well as our valued external stakeholders, updates about the University and our service to the State and beyond, I am pleased […]


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Events

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Announcements

Chester Fritz Library and University IT will hold joint open house Sept. 24

Wondering where to go for in-person IT help?  Curious about the Chester Fritz Library’s renovations?  Want to see cool demonstrations of 3D printing and Virtual Reality technologies?  Looking for great study space? For all this and more, come to the […]


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Research

Feng Xiao receives Early Career Award to address key health-pollution issue

Feng Xiao

Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Feng “Frank” Xiao has been named one of only three researchers in the country to receive a highly competitive Early Career Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) STAR program to address a key […]


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Honors

Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich named Rodney & Betty Webb Professor

Assistant Professor Denitsa Mavrova Heinrich has been named the Rodney & Betty Webb Professor at the University of North Dakota School of Law. “I am so grateful and am deeply humbled to have been selected to uphold the legacy of […]


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Bulletin Board

It’s called acting!

It’s called acting! By day Dr. Sarah Sletten is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota. By night . . . she’s working against type on the Fire Hall Theatre stage as a coy nurse. […]


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In Remembrance

Remembering Vivien Rude

Vivien Rude

Vivien E. Rude, retired office manager for Food Services, passed peacefully on Aug. 5, 2019, at Valley Eldercare in Grand Forks. She was 97. She was born in Devils Lake, N.D., on Dec. 30, 1921 to Alma (Sagen) and Leonard […]


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