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Ask an Expert: Storm safety

Ask an Expert: Storm safety

April 18, 2017

UND atmospheric scientist gives tips on staying safe this time of year for severe weather awareness month

UND graduate student Mona Sohrabi conducts biomedical research in Dr. Colin Combs' lab in the School of Medicine & Health Sciences' Department of Biomedical Sciences. UND archival photo.

Research funding relapse

April 11, 2017

Proposed cut to the National Institutes of Health would have negative effect on biomedical research, health and economy of North Dakota

Tunnel of Oppression

Tunnel of Oppression

April 11, 2017

UND Women’s Center takes students on a mind-opening journey through the lives and experiences of the oppressed

Over the next year, the "It’s On Us" campaign at UND will continue to build infrastructure across the movement to ensure that students feel safe and supported across campuses. Graphic courtesy of Sexual Respect & Violence Prevention.

It’s on us

April 5, 2017

As official partner school, UND joins national campaign to change culture surrounding campus sexual assault

Judges make their way through the maze of student projects during the 2017 North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair in UND's Memorial Union Ballroom on March 30. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Best in state

April 5, 2017

N.D. wiz kids convene on UND campus for 2017 State Science and Engineering Fair, chances to move on to Los Angeles for nationals

Faculty reach out

Faculty reach out

April 4, 2017

UND leaders pick up the horn and let admitted students in their departments know they’re thinking about them

UND Athletic Director Brian Faison addresses the public and media on Wednesday, announcing that UND would be cutting three varsity sports at the end of the 2016-17 season to meet budget reduction mandates. Photo by Shawna Schill.

‘Painful step’

March 30, 2017

UND announces deep cuts force elimination of three varsity sports programs

UND Vice President of Health Affairs and Dean of the School of Medicine & Health Sciences Joshua Wynne discusses possible budget reductions while seeking input during a recently Faculty Academic Council meeting. The council is made up of associate deans, chairs, and faculty.  Photo by Tyler Ingham

Menu of options

March 28, 2017

UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences releases possible budget cuts

UND studejnt leaders, Blake Andert and Brandon Beyer commend University administrators for allowing more time for input and data gathering during the latest rounds of budget cuts. Photo courtesy of UND Student Government.

Keeping students top of mind in face of tough decisions

March 23, 2017

Student Body leaders, Brandon Beyer and Blake Andert, comment on budget situation

Left to right: UND students Evan Marian, Ayla Rubenstein and Atle Alexander. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Volunteering together

March 23, 2017

UND students from all areas of campus come together to build community based on giving back

Decision points made easier

Decision points made easier

March 23, 2017

Admitted Student Day gives prospective students inside tour of what could be in store for them at UND

A new Fighting Hawks logo is emblazoned across UND Student Ticket Office in the Memorial Union. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Brands of confusion

March 21, 2017

UND embraces Fighting Hawks while replacing interlocking ND symbols in push for common vision

UND Nurse Anesthesia Program

Tradition of leadership

March 21, 2017

UND’s Nurse Anesthesia program celebrates 30 years of excellence in supplying the healthcare workforce needs of the region

Building dynamic teams

Building dynamic teams

March 21, 2017

The latest installment in the UND Spring Leadership Series features Vice President for Student Affairs Laurie Betting on Leading/Building Dynamic Teams

UND President Mark Kennedy says that "cultivating a curiosity that challenges the consensus view" has kept UND continually reinventing itself while staying true to its liberal arts core. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Higher education: Path to brighter future

March 16, 2017

Kennedy: Invest more, not less, in universities to diversify the state’s economy and to provide needed talent to grow and succeed