UND’s own pillars of Civil Rights stood up for social change and racial harmony on world stage
Nation & World
UND expertise in unmanned systems, data analysis could help North Dakota diversity economy
University in prime position to reverse workforce shortages and help state’s economy grow
President Mark Kennedy and other University Leaders visit with members of the UND Causus and Legislators in Bismarck
Chyna Lynner and Kayla Dembek put their teaching skills to the test as volunteer instructors for local English Language Learner program
UND elementary education student raises funds to buy winter gear for young New American arrivals in Grand Forks
Image of UND space engineer Pablo de León in November issue of National Geographic ranked among that publication’s top photos of the year
Students of UND’s Wildlife Society post another strong showing at national conference in North Carolina
UND experts weigh in on pros and cons of a GOP presidency on North Dakota’s economic outlook
UND’s Nate Schroeder personally invited to Vice President Joe Biden’s residence to be honored for combatting sexual assault and other violence
UND political scientist encourages in-class debate among students as a way to understand current state of politics and varying ideologies of others
UND’s Digital Press bolsters its role as a leading Open Access publisher with release of newest work break-neck technological advances in archaeology
Federal grant supports UND and partners in work to improve services to Native American children.
UND faculty members have rich and varied perspectives when it comes to sport on the global stage.
UND Chemical Engineers part of U.S.-China NSF research collaboration that could help reduce CO2 emissions from power plants.