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UND All-America running back John Santiago interacts with young fan at a recent UND Fighting Hawks Football Fanfest at Memorial Stadium on the UND campus. On Thursday night, Santiago will be one of the UND stars leading the charge against FBS powerhouse Utah in Salt Lake City. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Touchdown titans

August 29, 2017

UND Fighting Hawks and FBS Pac-12 powerhouse Utah Utes set to clash in football

UND graduate students (left to right) Chioma Onwumelu, Makinde Omojiba and Aerin Spade enjoy he Graduate Welcome Event, put on by the UND School of Graduate Studies, on Aug. 21 at the Memorial Union.  Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Growing the graduate student experience

August 29, 2017

Faculty advocate group brings UND School of Graduate Studies to the next level in student support

Get involved!

Get involved!

August 29, 2017

Annual Involvement Expo re-acclimates students to the campus and Grand Forks community and helps make new friends

UND students take a tour of the new Honors space within Columbia Hall, formerly the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Photo by Shawna Schill.

UND on the move

August 24, 2017

Now who’s where? Department and office shuffling aimed at improving the overall student experience

In her August 22 State of the Foundation address, Carlson Zink announced that, during the Fiscal Year 2017 ending on June 30, the UND Alumni Association & Foundation rallied nearly 10,000 donors to help meet its $40 million fundraising goal. Photo by Sam Melquist.

Igniting the future

August 24, 2017

UND Alumni Association & Foundation celebrates scholarship success in State of the Foundation address

Meet UND’s oldest staff member

Meet UND’s oldest staff member

August 24, 2017

Did You Know: UND’s Leonard Hall is home to a 67-million-year-old triceratops skull

Allissa Siekkinen (left), incoming freshman from Hibbing, Minn., guides her new college roommate, Bailey Fish (right), International Falls, Minn., and Bailey's mom, Danielle Sobkowicz (middle), into the freshmen's new home away from home at UND in Walsh Hall. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Welcome, Class of 2021!

August 21, 2017

It’s all hands on deck as thousands get settled on campus in preparation for new academic year

Theodore Roosevelt National Park was a favorite stop for many on the bus tour. The group gathered with Park Ranger Laura Thomas (middle) for a photo at River Bend Overlook. Photo by Brandon Beyer

Countryside connections

August 21, 2017

UND’s newest faculty and administrators get a taste of North Dakota on statewide bus tour

Robots rock

Robots rock

August 15, 2017

UND students mentor young kids on building and programming Lego machines at advanced camp

Maureen Atake is hooded on August 4 after earning her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP). Atake was was born in Nigeria and came to the U.S. in 1998. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Parting ‘shots’

August 8, 2017

UND Doctor of Nursing Practice grad researches vaccination rates in urban Somali communities

Colonel Benjamin Spencer (right) from the Grand Forks Air Force Base flies a small UAS in the UAS Flight Testing Lab in Robin Hall as Associate Dean of UND Aerospace Beth Bjerke (middle) and Assistant Professor of Aviation Philip Brandt (left) watch. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Friends in flight

August 8, 2017

Odegard School, GFAFB leaders hope to build on existing legacy of collaboration

This trio of Cooper's hawks found on the UND campus were juveniles, which accounts for their white plumage. Photo by Richard Larson.

Critters of campus

August 8, 2017

The University of North Dakota is home to a surprising array of watchable wildlife – if you take the time to look

Professor Howe Lim, UND Civil Engineering, at the discharge gate of the English Coulee impoundment west of Grand Forks. Lim and his students use computer modeling to help predict flooding based on snow melt. Photo by Juan Pedraza.

Flood of research

August 8, 2017

UND civil engineer Howe Lim and his student team develop solutions to region’s temperamental waters

UND hosts emotional opioid abuse panel

UND hosts emotional opioid abuse panel

August 8, 2017

A passionate and emotional discussion emerges from an opioid abuse panel hosted by the University of North Dakota Forensic Psychology program

UND coach and Athletic Department staff members gathered on May 1 for a special dinner at the home of President Mark Kennedy and First Lady Debbie Kennedy (pictured center) to celebrate a previous academic year filled with conference championships and two national tournament appearances on the heels of a national championship in men’s hockey in 2015-16. Among the coaches present that night: Chris Logan, soccer; Kevin Galbraith, track& field; Dick Clay, cross country; Katie Martinson, women’s golf, Mark Pryor, volleyball, Travis Brewster, women’s basketball; Brian Jones, men’s basketball; Jordan Stevens, softball and Brad Berry, hockey. Head Football Coach Kyle “Bubba” Schweigert, who was interviewed for this story, was not present because he was on a recruiting trip. Photo courtesy of the Office of the UND President.

Moving forward together

August 1, 2017

Fighting Hawks coaches embrace higher expectations as champion culture re-emerges on campus