University Council meets Oct. 24

The University Council will meet at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl. The agenda follows: University Senate Update, Paul Todhunter, University Senate Chair Campus Update, President Kennedy Matters Arising (Q&A) The University Council consists of […]

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Oct. 24: Campus open house honors Jed Shivers, Meloney Linder and Bill Chaves

President Mark and First Lady Debbie Kennedy invite you to a welcome reception for UND’s newest administrators, Vice President for Finance & Operations/COO Jed Shivers, Vice President for Marketing & Communications Meloney Linder and Athletic Director Bill Chaves. Please join […]

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Oct. 16: Adultingin10 at the Library – learn to fold a fitted sheet

On Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Chester Fritz Library is kicking off a new monthly program: #AdultingIn10. Each month, a different activity will be demonstrated and taught. For October, come in past the circulation desk […]

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Donations of winter coats and other gear sought

UND’s Accounting 494: Ethics in Accounting students are accepting donations of gently used or new winter garments for the Spirit Lake Reservation. It’s the seventh annual Coat Drive conducted by the class, led by adjunct accountancy professor Mike Hendrickson. Last […]

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Reminder about Federal grant purchases near the end of an award

The Division of Research & Economic Development would like to remind faculty and staff who have been awarded a Federal grant to support their creative activities, that by Federal law and policy, the funds awarded must be spent, and the […]

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Students take top honors for study on food accessibility in rural North Dakota

Zachary Seeger, Roseville, Minn.; David Kaplan, vice president of the American Association of Geographers; and Phoebe Eichhorst, Kearny, Neb.

Two undergraduate researchers recently took home first-place honors for a geography-based study on food accessibility in rural North Dakota. Phoebe Eichhorst, originally from Kearny, Neb.; and Zachary Seeger, Roseville Minn., received the top prize in the undergraduate student category for […]

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Volunteers sought in Fish For Health study

We are looking for men and women to participate in a research study to determine whether eating rainbow trout with different omega 3 levels reduces heart disease risk markers. Receive up to $500 in compensation. Click here for more information: […]

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In Remembrance

Remembering Corinne Nelson

Corinne Nelson

Corinne Nelson, retired supervisor of Student Health Services, Warren, Minn., passed away Oct. 5, 2018, in North Star Manor, Warren. She was 83. Corinne Mae Carlson was born on March 13, 1935, in Warren, to Wilmoth J. and Pearl (Schumacher) […]

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