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UND hockey alum Carter Rowney skates for the Pittsburgh Penguins. The rookie forward became the latest University of North Dakota product to hoist the Cup after his Penguins defeated Nashville 2-0 in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Photo courtesy of UND Athletics/Jayson Hajdu.

UND Hockey’s cup runneth over

June 13, 2017

Carter Rowney becomes 13th alum to hoist Lord Stanley’s iconic trophy with latest Pittsburgh Penguins’ victory over the Nashville Preds

(Left to right)Travis Desell, Sima Noghanian (hidden), Prakash Ranganathan; Brian Urlacher;

The perfect UAS ecosystem

June 13, 2017

UND plays important roles in Northern Plains UAS Test Site, NASA’s successful integration of drones in populated airspace

Stephanie Murry, North Dakota Shakespeare Producing Artist Director, is bringing professional theatre to Grand Forks with an outdoor production of "Romeo and Juliet" June 13-18 in Town Square Park. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Shakespeare on the Red

June 13, 2017

Thespians to stage classical theatre along Grand Forks Greenway — with support from UND, community and First Lady Debbie Kennedy

On June 1 and 2, Gregory Gefroh (left), UND executive chef, and UND Dining Services played hosted to “Forward Food, A Culinary Experience.” The training session in plant-based cuisine drew 28 participants from UND, Mayville State University, North Dakota State University, the North Dakota State College of Science and Sanford Health. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

From the earth, for the Earth

June 13, 2017

UND plays host to regional training session on preparing plant-based foods to help meet a growing demand

Mentors in the making

Mentors in the making

June 13, 2017

University of North Dakota Arts and Sciences peer mentor program helps students acclimate with their university.

From astronomy and aviation textbooks to nursing and health care and everything in between, UND faculty had a productive year in 2016-17.

Author, author!

June 6, 2017

Faculty find balance between work, pleasure with new books that intersect personal interests and academics

UND President Mark Kennedy recently got together with UND's One UND Stategic Plan goal captains and support unit reps to choose implementation teams -- one for each of the plan's goals -- in an NFL-style players draft.

Building One UND ‘dream teams’

June 6, 2017

Draft day has Strategic Plan goal captains discussing power picks for strong implementation groups

UND senior Curtis Longtime Sleeping has been awarded a U.S. State Department Critical Language Scholarship to study in Korea. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Gift for language, connection to culture

June 6, 2017

UND undergrad parlays love of words into prestigious communication scholarship

Award-winning special education student and UND doctoral student Matthew Myrold has developed the Edfiniti Mobile Assessment Platform, a tool that assists teachers and students monitor and improve behavior in the classroom while boosting academic success for K-12 students. Graphic courtesy of Matthew Myrold.

‘Edfiniti’ and beyond

June 6, 2017

Award-winning special education teacher and UND doctoral student develops K-12 teaching app that helps kids succeed

Ready for takeoff

Ready for takeoff

June 6, 2017

UND’s Student Aviation Management Association holds annual aerospace conference and career fair, connecting students with industry

The Strategic Plan was publicly launched on May 5, following months of collaborative meetings, research and evolution. Instead of slowing for the summer, execution begins immediately—with the assembly of an implementation team that will include captains for every Strategic Plan goal, trained project managers to keep those goals aligned and on track and support members who will generate ideas, further refine action steps and ultimately make the plan a reality.

Turning soil on the Strategic Plan

May 30, 2017

UND Strategic Plan assembles goal captains, project managers and implementation team members to execute campus strategy

Anne Walker, UND associate dean of teacher education & student services, is freshly back from a two-and-a-half week expedition to Saudi Arabia. She was invited by the Saudi’s Ministry of Education to serve as an English Language Specialist after the U.S. State Department recommended her as a consultant and teacher trainer. Photo courtesy of Anne Walker.

A teaching evolution

May 30, 2017

UND Associate Dean of Teacher Education & Student Services brings English teaching expertise to Saudi Arabia

UND President Kennedy leads the charge across campus for "Walk at Work" day at UND on Friday, May 26. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Walking the walk

May 30, 2017

President leads dozens on mile trek across campus and back again to recognize health, wellness and UND’s commitment to fighting cancer

Amid the fast pace of a student athlete's schedule, Stephanie Clarke graduated this spring from UND as a double major in psychology and criminal justice. On top of that, she’ll be the first in her family to hang a college diploma on the wall. Photo courtesy of UND Athletics.

First to cross finish line

May 30, 2017

First-generation college student Stephanie Clarke finds UND success in the classroom and on the track

Though Forsberg actually graduated from UND with a degree in Air Traffic Control, he attributes a great deal of his success to entrepreneurship classes he took along the way. Those classes and a chance meeting gave him the confidence to invent a product that clearing the air in coffee shops around the region. Photo courtesy of Averi Haugesaug.

Breath of fresh air

May 30, 2017

UND alumnus brews up a business venture after a bout with coffee breath