Phil Jackson among five to receive Sioux Award

The University of North Dakota Alumni Association & Foundation has named seven honorees for the 2018 Sioux Awards Banquet, set for Sept. 20 during Homecoming Week. Phil Jackson, ’67, HON ’08; Jeanne (Heilman) Crain, ’82; Lauris Molbert, ’80, ’83; Michael […]

Campus News

Feb. 22 Provost Forum postponed

The Provost Forum scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 22, has been postponed due to a scheduling conflict for Mike Pieper, who was going to provide updates on Facilities benchmarks, planning and projects. He will be attending the SBHE meeting in Bismarck […]

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Feb. 21: Elwyn B. Robinson’s ‘History of North Dakota’ multimedia exhibit

The Chester Fritz Library welcomes you to its first multimedia interactive exhibit celebrating Elwyn B. Robinson’s History of North Dakota.  This book, a standard text throughout the state’s high schools and colleges, is now a freely available open access e-book […]

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Women’s Entrepreneurship Program launches


The Center for Innovation is pleased to announce the launching of its Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (WEP). The program is designed to empower college aged women to become entrepreneurs by giving them the resources to launch and grow their business. Current […]

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March 15, April 2: Public Health Service financial conflict of interest education

Public Health Service (PHS) has revised its policy for requiring all PHS grantees or those considering submitting to PHS complete a mandatory education class. According to the policy, all grantees must be trained in Conflict of Interest every four years. […]

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Trumpet Ensemble advances to live round of National Trumpet Competition

The UND Trumpet Ensemble has advanced to the live round of the National Trumpet Competition, held this year from March 7-11 at the University of North Texas. The National Trumpet Competition is the premier instrumental competition in the United States […]

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Bulletin Board

Sick leave donations sought for Marge Steffen

Sick leave donations are sought for Marge Steffen, Office of the Registrar. Please return completed donation of leave forms to Patty Dorsher, Office of the Registrar, Stop 8382. Forms can be found at All donations are kept confidential. Thank you […]

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In Remembrance

Remembering Sally Page


Sally J. Page, retired affirmative action officer, died Friday, Feb. 2, in Valley Eldercare Transitional Care Unit in Grand Forks. She was 74. Sally Jacquelyn Page was born in Saginaw, Mich., on July 8, 1943, to Doris E. (Knippel) and […]

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