Each year, the Office of Instructional Development and the Faculty Instructional Development Committee (FIDC) fund a number of Summer Mini-Project Grants designed to support faculty working on significant teaching/assessment projects that go beyond normal course preparation and can be completed […]
Ernest Sosa The most recent Why? Radio episode is now online. “Can we know things better?” with guest Ernest Sosa is available here. We live in the days of “alternative facts,” what does this say about human knowledge? People think that climate change […]
It’s time to elect your Staff Senate. Staff Senate recently changed from broad band to division representation. All eligible staff have been sent an email with the ballot link. Senators remain on the Senate for a three-year term and are […]
UND is participating in the 2017 Faculty Survey of Student Engagement (FSSE). FSSE measures faculty expectations for undergraduate student engagement in education practices that are empirically linked with student learning and development. This survey is a companion to the National Survey […]
Learning & Development (L&D) is now accepting applications for the Staff Mentoring Program, kicking off May 16. The Mentoring Program is a single cohort, year-long program. There are four required training sessions participants must attend as well as meeting at […]
The 2017-18 online Academic Catalog is now available at http://und-public.courseleaf.com/.
The Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections in the Chester Fritz Library is pleased to unveil a new exhibit titled “The Nonpartisan League: The Visual Aspect.” The Nonpartisan League (NPL) was a force to be reckoned with during the […]
All employees are required to report all incidents to the Office of Safety within 24 hours. Keep in mind that incidents do not need to result in injury or property damage to be reported. In fact, near-miss/close call incident reports […]