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Fritz Pollard Jr.

UND building to be named for legendary athlete

February 25, 2021 at

The University’s High Performance Center will be known as the Fritz Pollard Jr. Athletic Center

Fritz Pollard Jr.

Remembering Fritz Pollard Jr.’s Olympic legacy

February 25, 2021 at

UND’s first Black athlete in football, track and boxing achieved Olympic greatness in 1936

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Surviving the edge of space

February 25, 2021 at

Speaking at UND, Spacesuit Engineer Louis Carfagno shares early career experiences supporting the ultimate spy plane

Tamba-Kuii Bailey, assistant professor of counseling psychology and community services at UND, is also serving as the assistant vice provost for equity and inclusion. UND archival image.

New assistant vice provost’s goal: An inclusive environment

February 23, 2021 at

Meet Tamba-Kuii Bailey, UND’s new assistant vice provost for equity & inclusion

As UND progresses, Essential Studies evolves

As UND progresses, Essential Studies evolves

February 23, 2021 at

Essential Studies already equips students for success, panelists at a UND seminar agreed. Now, here’s how it can do even better

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Stand up and cheer for – and help us celebrate – Memorial Stadium

February 23, 2021 at

Share your photos and stories of the stadium, a nearly century-old structure that will live on in the hearts of UND fans 

Panelists at UND discuss COVID-19’s impact on communities of color

Panelists at UND discuss COVID-19’s impact on communities of color

February 18, 2021 at

Pandemic has exacerbated long-standing inequities in American society, panelists at UND Black Student Association-sponsored event agreed

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Honoring service

February 18, 2021 at

Founders Day award winners, retirees, and staff with 25 years of service named

In the heart of Grand Forks, students, researchers and scholars are working as One UND to move society forward. The Flagship University of the Northern Plains is soaring as it serves as the chief opportunity engine for North Dakota, using the One UND Strategic Plan as its compass. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Enrollment advice from five very special alums

February 16, 2021 at

UND graduates all, North Dakota’s five Tribal College presidents give tips on attracting and retaining American Indian students

Eric Link named UND provost

Eric Link named UND provost

February 16, 2021 at

‘I am honored and thrilled,’ says Link, currently Provost and Senior VP for Academic and Student Affairs at the University of Houston Downtown

Eric Plummer named police chief at Virginia’s Radford University

Eric Plummer named police chief at Virginia’s Radford University

February 16, 2021 at

Police Chief’s leadership helped make UND ‘safest college in North Dakota’

President Armacost: UND takes pride in recognizing Black History Month

President Armacost: UND takes pride in recognizing Black History Month

February 16, 2021 at

The University ‘is honored and proud to have alumni who have had meaningful impacts on Black history,’ the president writes

North Dakota Space Grant Consortium turns 30

North Dakota Space Grant Consortium turns 30

February 11, 2021 at

Decades of support, collaboration and outreach have paid off for Space Grant and its host institution, UND

A Q&A with Maggie Lowery, activist, Renaissance woman and holder of three degrees from UND

A Q&A with Maggie Lowery, activist, Renaissance woman and holder of three degrees from UND

February 11, 2021 at

At UND, Maggie Lowery earned a doctorate in 2019, almost 50 years after graduating with two bachelor’s degrees

Leaders in Action: New opportunities to do good

Leaders in Action: New opportunities to do good

February 11, 2021 at

Air Force Veteran Jonathan Wirkkala began his engineering studies online, transitioned to on-campus classes and found meaning as a student leader at UND