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Amy Henley, dean of the College of Business & Public Administration; and Ken Ruit, associate dean at the School of Medicine & Health Sciences; will co-lead the search committee tasked with finding the next pemanent dean of the UND College of Arts & Sciences, which has its headquarters in Columbia Hall (above). UND archival image.

Search panel named for Arts & Sciences deanship

December 6, 2018 at

CoBPA’s Amy Henley and SMHS’s Ken Ruit to co-lead effort to replace Debbie Storrs, now senior vice provost

A stone’s throw

A stone’s throw

December 6, 2018 at

Curling’s one of many UND Wellness Center intramural offerings for students to engage in friendly competition

UND President Mark Kennedy and daughter, Emily (white shirt) stand in solemn tribute near the casket of President Ronald Reagan at the nation's capitol in June 2004. Image courtesy of Mark Kennedy.

Kennedy: the power of state funerals

December 4, 2018 at

Wednesday, the nation will lay to rest George H.W. Bush — Navy pilot, congressman, ambassador to UN, chief envoy toRead More

Abby Fisher (left), a first-year graduate student in speech-language pathology, sees five clients at the Northern Prairie Community Clinic as part of her supervised practicum this semester. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Putting on a clinic

November 29, 2018 at

Columbia Hall-based healthcare center excels at educating leaders while serving public need

The University of North Dakota has decided to reopen the long-time nine-hole course and driving range, immediately south of the main campus, as a multiuse activity area that will host public recreational golf, some UND Athletics events and a bold new proposal for autonomous systems research, education and training, as early as the fall of 2019.

Ray Richards Golf Course to reopen in 2019

November 27, 2018 at

Vast green space set for comeback as multiuse recreational and drone-activity hub

It’s part of a planned campus renaissance. The University is also working with alumni, private donors and other funding sources to build a new College of Business & Public Administration, renovate the Chester Fritz Library and Stone House, and add to the High Performance Center.

Leaving a legacy

November 27, 2018 at

UND students vote to fund new Memorial Union on campus as early as 2021

New union gets go-ahead

New union gets go-ahead

November 27, 2018 at

On Nov. 18, UND students voted to fund brand-new Memorial Union, check out what’s in store

Since that time, UND’s administration has received a number of queries from faculty and staff members about a new VSIP at UND. Today’s announcement serves as UND’s intention to provide that opportunity to tenured faculty and staff members, effective Monday, ¬Dec. 3, 2018. The application period will end at 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time, on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. UND archival photo.

UND to offer renewed faculty and staff voluntary separation incentives

November 20, 2018 at

New program is a response to employee requests and not tied to budgetary concerns

The way North: UND faculty teach in Norway

The way North: UND faculty teach in Norway

November 15, 2018 at

Two UND professors are to spend spring semester teaching, learning and exploring at the American College of Norway

UND President Mark Kennedy presents his special assistant and "chief of staff" Angelique Foster with a President's Medal, one of the highest honors the president can bestow. Foster, who will be leaving the University in May, was instrumental in the successful implementation of the One UND Strategic Plan. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Foster–ing success

November 8, 2018 at

Special assistant to the President turned ‘chief of staff’ Angelique Foster rewarded with President’s Medal

It’s part of a planned campus renaissance. The University is also working with alumni, private donors and other funding sources to build a new College of Business & Public Administration, renovate the Chester Fritz Library and Stone House, and add to the High Performance Center.

Legacy at heart

November 1, 2018 at

Current student leaders consider future generations as they mull Nov. 20 vote on new Memorial Union

Bev Libby, grandmother to UND Accountancy student Tyson Libby, came to the American Indian Center to speak about her culture and upbringing, as well as issues facing her community on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota. Her presentation was part of an Indian Taco Night hosted by the Center and Accountancy 494 students, seven of whom make up a Truth & Reconciliation group under the guidance of executive-in-residence Mike Hendrickson. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Reconciliation through giving

November 1, 2018 at

Accountancy adds culture night to annual winter-coat drive, bringing awareness to plights of American Indians

Many UND ghost stories revolve around old Gustafson Hall, on the southern edge of campus, where over the year's a tragic history has played out. UND archival image.

Halloween and UND

October 30, 2018 at

UND folklorist explains genesis of All Hallow’s Day, others share their own campus ghost stories

alumni chapter initiative

More than hockey watch parties

October 30, 2018 at

UND student and young alumni coordinator spreads school pride by revamping alum chapter program

Zombie apocalypse at the library

Zombie apocalypse at the library

October 30, 2018 at

CFL welcomes walking dead for night of TAG, discovery and more fun — your it!