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Creating a fantastic Fighting Hawks football game-day experience is the goal of a newly launched 31-person committee of alumni from across the nation.

Fan-tastic experience

July 18, 2017

Group focuses on forming ‘awesome atmosphere’ for Fighting Hawks football

UND One-Stop is just as the name implies -- a first stop for students and families to ask questions about financial aid and billing. One-Stop, Student Account Services and Student Financial Aid have spearheaded two process improvement projects that will help them better utilize student data and enhance their staff collaboration.  Photo by Tyler Ingham.

A better flow

July 18, 2017

Units come together to leverage services and better aid students with financial aid

Math Graduate Teaching Assistant Jarod Olson leads his summer pre-calculus focus group through a real-world math problem. Olson helped develop a new new curriculum that will be integrated when UND’s Math Active Learning Lab (MALL) opens in O’Kelly Hall this fall. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

New math

July 18, 2017

UND uses summer classes to test novel way of teaching through Math Active Learning Lab

UND Assistant Professor of Educational Foundations and Research Joshua Hunter (middle) and his graduate student Cherie Graves (right) have teamed up with University Children's Learning Center Director Dawnita Nilles (left) for a research project centered on outdoor learning. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Natural growth

July 18, 2017

UND education researchers partner with local children’s center to study benefits of outdoor learning

UND President Mark Kennedy meets with Australian Consul-General Michael Wood and Australian Political-Economic Officer Holly Jenkins during the Consul-General’s recent visit to UND’s College of Engineering & Mines and the Energy & Environmental Research Center on July 12. UND Engineering Dean Hesham El-Rewini sits to Kennedy’s left, while Michael Mann, Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and executive director of the Institute for Energy Studies; and EERC CEO Tom Erickson are seated on the President’s left.  Photo by Kari Suedel.

Australian Consul-General discusses energy research at UND

July 18, 2017

Visit to College of Engineering & Mines and EERC coordinated by North Dakota Trade Office

Getting into character

Getting into character

July 18, 2017

UND First Lady Debbie Kennedy’s costume designs brought recent Shakespeare in the Park performances to life

The setting sun descends upon the western edge of campus,where a new sense of enthusiasm is illuminating the UND college experience, thanks to enhanced communication efforts and a new solid sense of direction for the University.  UND Archival Photo.

Sun sets on past — rises with new UND conversation

July 11, 2017

Clear direction for University of North Dakota drives renewed positive perception

It was fond farewells all around for Leigh Jeanotte, longtime UND director of American Indian Student Services, on Monday, June 26. Jeanotte said good-bye to colleagues and other friends as he prepared for retirement after 43 years at UND. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Decades of dedication

July 11, 2017

Leigh Jeanotte and dozens of others leave UND a better place as they retire or participate in buyouts

UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo leads discussion among a new UND group knonw as TTADA , which will pull together the units now known as the Center for Instructional and Learning Technologies, the Office of Instructional Development, Office of Extended Learning and Learning & Development, as well as Joan Hawthorne, director of assessment and regional accreditation. The academy is the result of yearlong discussions between the units and the Provost's Office.

Academy of transformation

July 11, 2017

TTADA (Tadah!) sounds magical but its goal to spread enhanced teaching expertise is anything but smoke and mirrors

UND President Mark Kennedy and T.C. Bear get ready for the start of the Twins’ game against the Baltimore Orioles on Friday, July 7.

Twins win with UND

July 11, 2017

Fighting Hawks’ green and white mixed nicely with the colors of Minnesota’s Major Leaguers for UND Night at Target Field

In full bloom

In full bloom

July 11, 2017

UND landscapers bring campus to life in the spring, and their efforts are enjoyed late into the summer.

EERC programmer Saurabh Chimote was recently recognized as the UND, state and regional Student Employee Supervisor of the Year. Photo courtesy of EERC.

Superior supervisor

July 4, 2017

EERC programmer named UND, State and Midwest student employee supervisor of the year

The UND Department of Computer Science made the move back to its original academic home, the College of Engineering and Mines, on July 1.  Despite the move, the department will remain in its current space, using classrooms and labs as currently assigned, however, all administrative aspects of running the department were transferred to tje College of Engineering on July 1. There will be no disruption of teaching or research activities that are currently planned.

Computer science makes its move

July 4, 2017

UND Department returns to traditional home in the College of Engineering and Mines

UND Electrical Engineer Prakash Ranganathan (center) is joned by Electrical Engineering undergrads (left) Nicholas Christian, Grand Forks; and Joseph Englund, Karlstad, Minn. The students are part of the team working on Ranganathan’s Rockwell Collins cybersecurity grant. Photo courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Cybersecurity push

July 4, 2017

Rockwell Collins partners with UND electrical engineers, students on project to make UAS data more secure

UND Space Studies Associate Professor Pablo de León looks on as former UND grad student Tiffany Swarmer, wearing one of his latest versions of the UND NDX space suit system, manipulates a camera. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Space station takes shape

July 4, 2017

UND Aerospace Engineer Pablo de León installing final modules of his NASA-funded inflatable lunar/Mars habitat