Around UND

From left to right: UND Assistant Chief Flight Instructor and coach Erin Roesler, Monique McAnnally, Dakotah Osborn, and Jenna Annable stand in front of ‘Evelyn’, the Piper Archer aircraft they will use in 2018’s Air Race Classic. Missing from the group photo is Emily Hartley, the team’s ground coordinator, as she was completing her certification as a UND flight instructor. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Representing with flying colors

June 19, 2018

UND’s newest team of women aviators ready to take on the field in 2,400-mile Air Race Classic

Grad Crash

UND’s Grad Party Crashers

June 19, 2018

UND’s Office of Admissions travels the region to surprise Class of ’22 students on graduation day

United Airlines/UND Career Pathway Program

United we fly

June 12, 2018

New pact provides defined steps for UND students to get waiting jobs at major airline, regional partners

Ray Richards

Ray Richards’ legacy endures

June 7, 2018

Sale of land donated by UND alumnus to sustain men’s golf program, spur investment in HPC phase 2

Nachos for a cause

Nachos for a cause

May 22, 2018

UND sorority sisters raise money to put friendly faces in the court systems to assist children

Brad Myers, who holds the title of Randy Lee Professor of Law, has been with UND Law since 2001, and carries a full load of teaching trusts and estates, tax, and business and estate planning in addition to his administrative duties as interim dean of School of Law. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Myers tapped for interim School of Law dean

May 8, 2018

Brad Myers will take over for Kathryn Rand, who is returning to teaching, effective Aug. 1

Sen. John Hoeven, R-N.D., held a meeting on Friday with leaders of the Grand Forks area aviation community, including from UND Aerospace, to discuss ways UND and others can help allieviate the current industry-wide pilot shortage. Image courtesy of Beth Bjerke.

Preparing for takeoff

May 8, 2018

Sen. Hoeven: UND, regional aviation partners are solution factory for industry-wide pilot shortage

Amy B. Henley, currently executive director of MBA Programs at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, has been named the new dean of the UND College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA), and Amy Whitney, who now serves as director of innovation and entrepreneurship at Massachusetts’s Clark University, will join the University as the next director of the Center for Innovation, according to DiLorenzo.

UND chooses leaders for College of Business & Public Administration and Center for Innovation

May 3, 2018

Amy B. Henley picked for business dean and Amy Whitney accepts top job at entrepreneurship hub

Online polls closed Wednesday evening after staying open for two days. More than 2,300 students voted for what they found to be the best look. It’s an important milestone in a months-long process to bring UND’s new logo and branding to life. Image courtesy of UND Marketing & Creative Services.

And ‘Z’ winner is!

May 3, 2018

More than 2,300 students took to online balloting for their favorite Fighting Hawks mascot design

UND Honors students convene for class in newly renovated classroom space at Columbia Hall. The classroom updates are part of $150,000 investments for Honors. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Honors on the rise

May 3, 2018

Program for high-achieving students announces new tracks, interim leader, new faculty and growing freshman class

Pint-sized police officer gets wish

Pint-sized police officer gets wish

May 3, 2018

5-year-old battling leukemia lives dream of becoming a cop, thanks to University Police and campus ‘Love Your Melon’ group

UND Student Body President Erik Hanson reviews design options for a new Fighting Hawk mascot. UND students are currently voting for their favorite design version for a Fighting Hawks costume to be "hatched" next fall. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Mascot designs put to vote

May 1, 2018

UND student body choosing favorite Fighting Hawks costume design through online voting

on May 3, at 11 a.m., a small ceremony will take place at Sayre Hall to remember Harold Holden Sayre and his sacrifice in World War I as well as the history of the old Wesley College, of which Sayre Hall was a part for much of its history. UND Archival photo.

Remembering Harold Holden Sayre

May 1, 2018

Group documenting history of Sayre Hall, old Wesley College to honor namesake hero before planned building demolitions

Kristi Orkerlund (left) and Orlynn Rosassen (left) stand in the new Food Pantry in the UND Memorial Union located in 314C. Kristi holds a box of personal care items that students can also pickup. Olrynn holds a Swipe it Forward card that will be able to be used for meals.    (Jackie Lorentz photo / UND Today).

Hungry to learn

April 26, 2018

New food pantry for students is just one way UND is stepping up to combat food insecurity on campus

Greg Gefroh

Beyond ‘Flamin’ Hot Cheetos’

April 24, 2018

Chef’s Table demonstrates healthy cooking to fuel Fighting Hawks student-athlete performance in and out of the classroom