Articles by: UND Today

A vintage, undated black-and-white photo of the J. LLoyd Stone Alumni Center (formerly the Oxford House, the first President's home on campus) during the holidays. The old house will be the recipient of a $3-million gift from the Hal and Kathleen Gershman family to renovate it into a new engagement center for graduate and international students. The gift also will be eligible for a state matching grant.

$3M gift set in ‘Stone’

September 20, 2018

Gershman Family donation poses new use for first President’s House as engagement center for grad, international students

Giving new meaning to ‘professional’ football

Giving new meaning to ‘professional’ football

September 20, 2018

UND Medical and Law Schools re-litigate longstanding battle in annual Malpractice Bowl

Hot spuds for Homecoming!

Hot spuds for Homecoming!

September 18, 2018

UND students line up in droves for Ground Round’s 2018 Kickoff Lunch and potato bar

The UND Accounting Department, housed in the Gamble Hall (above), the headquartrers of the UND College of Business & Public Administration, recently received an anonymous 1-million gift to to fund graduate student stipends and set up an endowed chair for the department.

UND Accounting has secret admirer

September 13, 2018

Alumni Association announces $1M anonymous gift for student stipends, endowed chair in name of former longtime professors

Friends of UND Hockey are a dedicated breed of fanatic, but the members of REA Suite 220 take it to another level, The group has been raisi9ng thousands each year to help fun UND student-athletes summer school education, in memory of one of their own, Todd Larson, who passed away. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Honoring fallen fan by helping the team

September 13, 2018

Annual UND Fan Fest lets UND Hockey embrace its faithful, and for four years, REA’s Suite 220 has been returning the salute

Walk of the immigrants

Walk of the immigrants

September 13, 2018

Speaker Saul Flores puts UND students in shoes of Latin Americans journeying to the United States

, is on a multi-university, multiple principal investigator team that received a four-year R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) totaling more than $2.25 million.

Geiger gets $2.25M for epilepsy-related research

September 11, 2018

Award marks first time that a UND faculty member has held three simultaneous top-level NIH grants as a principal investigator

Hail to the heroes

Hail to the heroes

September 11, 2018

Greek Life at UND never sounded so good as Kappa Sigma hosts concert to help veterans at University Park

Diggin’ Disney

Diggin’ Disney

September 6, 2018

How much do you know about the Happiest Place on Earth? UND students test their knowledge at recent Trivia Takeover

Dr. Joshua Wynne, vice president for Health Affairs and dean of the UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS), once again is inviting the community and all students, faculty, and staff at the School, the University and the Greater Grand Forks area to advocate healthful lifestyles by joining him for Joggin’ with Josh, an informal 5K, 10K, or one-mile walk, jog, or run on Thursday (Sept. 6).  Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

‘Joggin’ with Josh’ enters ninth year

September 3, 2018

UND VP for Health Affairs Dr. Joshua Wynne puts preaching to practice at annual exercise event

Drive and motivation

Drive and motivation

September 3, 2018

Big city psychology student from California finds her passion in psychology at UND

UND President Mark Kennedy addresses recent Aviation Department vote in an open letter.

President Kennedy: Open Letter to Aviation Department

August 30, 2018

President Kennedy addresses recent Aviation Department vote

This year, UND Law students Kate Drechsel and Ashley Bukowski led an effort to honor their professor, Julia Ernst and her family, who had tragically lost her 14-year-old son, Shuwang, in a drowning accident the previous summer. The Class of 2018 created the Shuwang Ernst Clement Memorial Scholarship endowment, which will be awarded each year to a first-year law student, with preference to students who reflect Shuwang’s compassion for others, and who will enhance diversity within the UND School of Law. Image courtesy of the UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

Turning tragedy into legacy

August 29, 2018

UND School of Law graduating class dedicates gift to professor’s family following heartbreaking loss

Getting to know you, Grand Forks

Getting to know you, Grand Forks

August 28, 2018

Annual Campus/Community Expo is a chance for UND students to connect with local businesses

Using technology worthy of a high-tech Hollywood movie, Space Studies graduate student Sophie Orr is studying how to prevent motion-related injury in astronauts working in space, with a longterm goal of using the research to build a better, more efficient spacesuit. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Capturing the moment

August 23, 2018

UND grad student, Kinisiology Department use Hollywood-eque technology to design better spacesuit