UND has selected Spelman Johnson as its search firm to assist in the identification of our next vice president for student affairs. UND’s consultant, Laura Puckett-Boler, has requested time to visit with campus stakeholders to learn about the real needs […]
The Tubs of Love Campaign has started! Staff Senate is collecting donations for CVIC and Northlands Rescue Mission Backpack Program until Feb. 4. Collection tubs can be found across campus for the donations of personal items and non-perishable items.
David Krause David Krause, procurement & business analyst in procurement & payment services, has obtained his certification as a Certified Professional Public Buyer offered by The Universal Public Procurement Certification Council. This highly regarded certification, recognized worldwide, requires education, training and employment experience, […]
Student Employment wants to recognize the extraordinary work our student employees and student employee supervisors have done throughout the year. Submissions are judged based on the leadership and professionalism of candidates and move on to the regional level. We are […]
President Andrew Armacost has launched a search for UND’s next vice president for student affairs. The new vice president will succeed Beth Hellwig, who began her role as interim vice president for student affairs on Oct. 1, 2021. Chairing the search committee […]
Chester Fritz Library hours for the 2022 spring semester and Martin Luther King Jr. holiday follow. 2022 spring semester: Sunday, 1 p.m. – midnight Monday – Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – midnight Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. – 7 p.m. Martin Luther King […]
Student Employment wants to recognize the extraordinary work our student employees and student employee supervisors have done throughout the year. Submissions are judged based on the leadership and professionalism of candidates, and move on to the regional level. We are […]
Do you have family member, friend or neighbor who should check out the University of North Dakota? Unfortunately, the Office of University Admissions doesn’t know about every potential student. Unless students have expressed interest in UND or sent their ACT/SAT scores, […]
Peggy O’Connell Peggy L. O’Connell, retired librarian at the Chester Fritz Library, passed away Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022, at her home in Grand Forks. She was 82. Peggy Lou Iverson was born on Aug.3, 1939, in Grafton, N.D., to of Iver and […]
Print UND’s annual calendar for 2022 and have official holidays, key dates and deadlines, and other notable dates at your fingertips. The calendar can also be found on UND.edu here.
The Empire Arts Center in downtown Grand Forks is running an Alfred Hitchcock film series on Sundays at 2 p.m. in January. Hitchcock fans will enjoy five iconic films on the “big screen,” as the movies were intended. The line-up […]
A number of documents have been posted to the Policy Office website for notification of revision and approval. Additional details and links to individual policies are available below. Approved Policies/Procedures Travel (new) – consolidation of individual travel policies University of North Dakota follows […]
TIAA One on One Counseling Sessions A Financial Consultant with TIAA will be holding virtual individual counseling sessions. If you would like an appointment to meet with a consultant regarding your TIAA or a supplemental TIAA account, please go to the […]
UNIVERSAL AVAILABILITY NOTICE The University of North Dakota provides you with the chance to save for your retirement through a 403(b) plan. Whether you want to enroll in the plan, or you are already enrolled but wish to change the amount […]
On Tuesday, Jan. 4, Blackboard will be unavailable from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. Central time as the landing page for Blackboard is updated with a new look and feel for easier navigation. The new Blackboard landing page has a sleek, modern look […]