UND announces renewal of Army ROTC Flight Training Program

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., and the University of North Dakota have formally announced a new partnership between UND and U.S. Army Cadet Command, reestablishing the U.S. Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps Flight Training Program. The announcement was made March 12 […]

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March 26 Eye of the Hawk Lecture focuses on reinventing R&D in the digital age

The Eye of the Hawk Lecture Series continues Tuesday, March 26, with “Reinventing R&D in the Digital Age,” featuring William N. Bryan, 5:30 p.m. at the Gorecki Alumni Center. Join William N. Bryan, science and technology advisor to the secretary of […]

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AAC&U faculty professional development opportunity

In spring of 2018, UND partnered with the American Association of Colleges and Universities VALUE Institute as a means of assessing our Essential Studies goals. As part of this process, UND provides specific assignments to AAC&U for external scoring in […]

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Rural Health Grand Challenge team seeks summer research proposals

The University of North Dakota Rural Health and Communities Grand Challenge Team is soliciting applications from faculty to support UND’s research activities, and external funding capacity, to address the unique health and social problems of rural communities. (One UND, Goal 4). […]

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Matt Lukach is February U-Shine Award recipient

UND Staff Senate is pleased to announce that the February 2019 U-Shine Award recipient is Matt Lukach, Student Account Relations Manager for One Stop Student Services. He was nominated by Jade Gourneau with assistance from all her colleagues. The nomination […]

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Bulletin Board

March 30: ND Ballet Co. presents ‘Wanderlust’

The North Dakota Ballet Company pre-professional company will take you on an adventure as they journey around the world exploring the excitement of music and dance. They discover that it is not the destination but the experiences along the way […]

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In Remembrance

Remembering Dean Engel

Dean C. Engel, retired founder of Communication Sciences & Disorders, passed away March 11, 2018, in Grand Forks, surrounded by family. He was 90. Dean Courtney Engel was born July 1, 1928 in Kenmare, ND to Otto and Gladys Engel. […]

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