UND Honors students are raking leaves to raise money for the Global Friends Coalition, which brings together individuals and organizations to foster refugee (New American) integration through work with New Americans and the Greater Grand Forks community. For 11 years, the […]
Do you have family member, friend or neighbor who should check out the University of North Dakota? Tell the Office of Admissions so we can send him or her more information about becoming a future UND student. Unfortunately, Admissions doesn’t know […]
Three large banners will be installed on campus in the next week or so. One will replace the current Hyslop banner, one will be placed on the parking garage on Columbia and University, and the last one will be hung […]
The latest Why? Radio is now online. “Is aging a disease that can be cured?” features guest Aubrey de Grey, a biomedical gerontologist and the chief science officer for the SENS Foundation in Mountain View California. Listen at https://philosophyinpubliclife.org/2017/10/08/is-aging-a-disease-that-can-be-cured-with-guest-aubrey-de-grey/ .
The Fire Hall Theater, home to the Greater Grand Forks Community Theatre, is seeking students/staff/faculty to work with our growing puppetry program. Commitment is twice a month on Saturday mornings for less than an hour. We provide script and puppets, but […]
Application forms for local non-profit organizations seeking 2018 Denim Spirit Day funding are now available on the Staff Senate Denim Day website, online at http://und.edu/staff-senate/_files/docs/denimday/application-regular-denim-day.pdf or by calling Patricia Reed, 777.4821. Local is defined as Grand Forks and immediate area surrounding […]
The 2018-19 FAFSA application is now open. Students should go to fafsa.gov and fill out their applications using their 2016 taxes. Applying early is encouraged, as funding is not guaranteed after the Feb. 1 priority deadline.
A new exhibit at the Chester Fritz Library remembers 27 young soldiers who died on campus in the 1918 flu epidemic. In the fall of 1918 the University of North Dakota suffered the unimaginable loss of twenty-seven members of its Student […]
We are continually evaluating the use of new technology with an eye toward reliability and security. To that end and to be in compliance with the UND Web Policy, we are eliminating unsupported old server technology. On Oct. 31, 2017, […]
As we approach the time in the semester when students are seeking advisement for spring 2018, all interested individuals are invited to the fall semester faculty and professional academic advisor information session. The session is set for Tuesday, Oct. 10, […]
Ralph Engelstad Arena will open its 17th season of UND Hockey on Saturday, Sept. 30, when the Fighting Hawks host the University of Manitoba in an exhibition game at 7:07 p.m. To remain at the forefront in terms of fan […]
University Senate has elected its 2017-18 leadership. Paul Todhunter (Geography) was elected the 2017-18 Vice Chair/Chair Elect of the University Senate at that body’s Sept. 7 meeting. Nancy Vogeltanz-Holm (School of Medicine & Health Sciences) is the 2017-18 University Senate Chair. Mark […]
Policies that have gone through the standard development process become official after being signed by the president. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) – Signed September 11, 2017 Any individual who intends to operate an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) on University of North Dakota […]
After adopting criteria for two new course categories to replace the current US and Global Diversity courses, the Essential Studies Committee — at its September 8 meeting — has set Fall 2019 as the term when the new requirements will take […]
Welcome to another season of Why? Radio. We are so pleased that you are here. We don’t yet have the calendar finalized, but here are some episodes to be excited about: Sept.. 10: “Is a Universal Basic Income too Utopian to […]