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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

Root beer games

Root beer games

April 24, 2018

In effort to educate students about alcohol, UND Nursing pushes safe suds at Olympic-style event

Brittany’s story

Brittany’s story

April 19, 2018

UND student details tragic cancer diagnosis at age 11 and her current mission to positively impact others in a similar situation

Gerald "Jerry"Hamerlik (center), poses for a photo near the Eternal Flame in 1979 with then fellow Enrollment Services employees, Ken Polovitz (now with UND Aerospace, on the left in the photo) and Dave Parker. UND Archives.

Remembering the ‘Dean,’ Jerry Hamerlik

April 17, 2018

Longtime University and community pillar remembered for pioneering role in enrollment services andleading city through devastating 1997 flood

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

The grand tour

April 10, 2018

Governor was big man on campus Friday as he got an up-close look at the present and future of UND

Finalists for the position of Vice President for University Relations will visit campus and take part in open fora April 9-18. The are (left to right) Tom Hutton, Joseph A. Brennan, and Lisa Van Riper.

VP for University Relations finalists’ visits set

April 5, 2018

Open fora will take place on campus for each of the three finalists for lead University communicator

Jed M. Shivers, UND's newly named vice president for finance & operations/chief operating officer, comes to UND from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine (Bronx, N.Y.), where he has served associate dean for finance and administration for the last 11 years.  Prior to that he spent 24 years at Medical Schools in such places as the University of California San Francisco, Yale University, University of Miami and Stanford University. Image courtesy of Jed Shivers.

Shivers named next Vice President for Finance & Operations/Chief Operating Officer

April 3, 2018

Associate dean at Bronx, N.Y.-based Albert Einstein College of Medicine hopes to start new UND role as early as May 15

The 12-member UND Parking & Transportation Advisory Committee also is looking for ways to simplify parking for the roughly 10,000 student, staff and faculty permit holders who drive to and from campus each day. UND archival image.

Parking under the microscope

March 29, 2018

Campus advisory committee tackling University’s most vexing transportation issues

The finalists to the next dean of the College of Business & Public Administration are (left to right ) Darrell Radson, Amy Henley and Dave Harris. Their campus visits will take place April 4-9.

Business & Public Administration dean finalists’ visits set

March 29, 2018

Open forums will take place on campus for each of the three finalists for dean of College

During her visit to UND on Monday, Amy Whitney, the lone finalist to be the next direct of of the UND Center for Innovation, recognized the important role of mentoring programs, internships and experiential learning opportunities in creating a forward-looking educational environment. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Center for Innovation finalist outlines vision

March 20, 2018

Entrepreneurship programs head at Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) touts student training and community partnerships

steam plant, night, lights, summer, 2013

Full steam ahead … almost

March 15, 2018

UND signs predevelopment agreement for potential new steam plant in different location

Amy Whitney, associate director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., was one of six candidates interviewed for direct of the UND Center for Innovation, and is the only candidate to be invited for on-campus interviews. Image courtesy of Amy Whitney/Tyler Ingham.

Center for Innovation finalist to visit March 19

March 15, 2018

Amy Whitney currently is director of innovation & entrepreneurship at Clark University in Massachusetts

Today, President Mark Kennedy plans to expand on UND’s unique revenue positioning within the University System as well as other important state decisions that will have an impact on the University, during the annual meeting of the University Council, at 3 p.m., in Room 7 of the Education Building. UND archival photo.

Three set to interview for VPFO

March 15, 2018

Visits for finalists to succeed Alice Brekke as vice president of finance and operations slated between March 20-26