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Diana Kostrzewski named interim dean

December 11, 2018

Provost taps nursing professional with more than 40 years experience in healthcare delivery/education to lead College

First week of classes

‘Groundbreaking’ research on the green

December 11, 2018

UND ecologists prove diversity good for plant world, holds implications for ag, land restoration

Culture club

Culture club

December 11, 2018

Korean students at UND are passionate about culture — their own — and other unique international traditions

Happy Holidays from UND!

Happy Holidays from UND!

December 10, 2018

As we look forward to gathering with friends and family this holiday season, we reflect on the most wonderful gift we’ve received from our larger University of North Dakota family. It’s the hard work and dedication from so many that makes this campus and our students thrive. They truly are leaders in action. For this we feel blessed and forever grateful.
We hope all will join us in celebrating another year of great success at UND. Best wishes for a joyous holiday and happy new year.
–President Mark and First Lady Debbie Kennedy

Steven Kueffer (left) and Peyton Cole received internships made possible by the InternGF program. The Grand Forks EDC, with seed money from UND, engaged with startups and member businesses to partially fund new internships. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Right at home in the ‘real world’

December 6, 2018

InternGF program puts UND students on the job, gets green light for year two

Though he was closer to son, George W. Bush, UND President Mark Kennedy and First Lady Debbie Kennedy shared intimate moments with the elder Bushes, George H.W. and Barbara. Here the two couples spend time together at the late former president's estate in Kennebunkport Maine. Image courtesy of Mark Kennedy.

Kennedy: five vital lessons from George H.W. Bush

December 6, 2018

From being wary about the Middle East to protecting America’s intelligence services, the former president was far more prescient than he’s often given credit for

In her first semester at UND, the psychology faculty member has received an early career research award from the National Institutes of Health, been nominated for a teaching excellence award, and has found joy in working with her students.

Whirlwind semester

December 6, 2018

First-year faculty member RaeAnn Anderson receives early career grant, nominated for teaching award

Amy Henley, dean of the College of Business & Public Administration; and Ken Ruit, associate dean at the School of Medicine & Health Sciences; will co-lead the search committee tasked with finding the next pemanent dean of the UND College of Arts & Sciences, which has its headquarters in Columbia Hall (above). UND archival image.

Search panel named for Arts & Sciences deanship

December 6, 2018

CoBPA’s Amy Henley and SMHS’s Ken Ruit to co-lead effort to replace Debbie Storrs, now senior vice provost

A stone’s throw

A stone’s throw

December 6, 2018

Curling’s one of many UND Wellness Center intramural offerings for students to engage in friendly competition

UND President Mark Kennedy and daughter, Emily (white shirt) stand in solemn tribute near the casket of President Ronald Reagan at the nation's capitol in June 2004. Image courtesy of Mark Kennedy.

Kennedy: the power of state funerals

December 4, 2018

Wednesday, the nation will lay to rest George H.W. Bush — Navy pilot, congressman, ambassador to UN, chief envoy toRead More

John Mihelich will serve as Interim Vice President until a replacement is found.

UND names Interim Research VP, launches search

December 4, 2018

John Mihelich to serve until permanent successor found for current VP Grant McGimpsey

Game over: Nickel Trophy retires

Game over: Nickel Trophy retires

December 4, 2018

After 80 glorious, prank-filled years, revered UND-NDSU football prize gets final resting spot in State Heritage Center

Abby Fisher (left), a first-year graduate student in speech-language pathology, sees five clients at the Northern Prairie Community Clinic as part of her supervised practicum this semester. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Putting on a clinic

November 29, 2018

Columbia Hall-based healthcare center excels at educating leaders while serving public need

Q&A: Catching up with Michael Halstenson

Q&A: Catching up with Michael Halstenson

November 29, 2018

How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Alum and accomplished composer says UND’s not a bad place to start

Jonathon Nord, a graduate student from the University of North Dakota, won this year’s national Pi Alpha Alpha Master’s Student Manuscript of the Year Award from the Washington, D.C.-based Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA).

Nord’s winning thesis is titled “Diffusion of Ideas in UAS [unmanned aircraft systems] Regulation.” Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Top of the pack

November 29, 2018

UND grad student wins national manuscript of the year with paper on evolving UAS regulations