Leaders in Action

UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo (left) and Evolve Grand Forks’ Executive Director Collin Hanson (right) presented certificates to the challenge winners in attendance of June 13’s Main Street GF Challenge launch. The ceremony recognized the student winners and their ideas for enhancing the community. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Time to ‘evolve’ Grand Forks

June 19, 2018

Launch of UND-partnered Main Street GF Challenge brings students and community leaders together

Don Warne (right) and Joshua Wynne, dean of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences, stand together as Warne is welcomed as the new director of Indians into Medicine (INMED). Image courtesy of Wanda Weber/School of Medicine & Health Sciences.

Building a flock of healers

June 19, 2018

New INMED head focuses on health challenges

Oshie/Gersich

Two more hoist Lord Stanley’s cup

June 12, 2018

T.J. Oshie and Shane Gersich make it 15 UND hockey alums to reach NHL’s pinnacle moment

Jacob Notterman

Gift for gab

June 12, 2018

Poly/sci and comm double major with passion for broadcasting finishes in three years

Dr. Mark O. Jensen teaching a human anatomy class to high school students at the UND Medical Education Center at the VA Medical in Fargo.

Like a surgeon

June 5, 2018

UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences’ Dr. Mark Jensen wrote the book, literally, on teaching surgery to new physicians

Back on their feet

Back on their feet

June 5, 2018

UND’s Abby Rogers brings aid to the homeless and less fortunate with charitable sock company

Cooper Pallasch and Steven Kinney

Top guns

May 29, 2018

UND Aerospace home to top two best student pilots in the nation after national flight/safety competition

Foster credits her passion and motivation for her success as both an athlete and pilot. Since arriving at UND as a track and field walk-on, Foster has pursued a degree in commercial aviation as a helicopter pilot. Image courtesy of North Dakota Athletics

Student-athlete of the Month: Kyley Foster

May 29, 2018

Big Sky pole vaulting champion elevates her game on the filed and in her chopper as commercial aviation major

Psychology Department-Marketing Shoot. 
Psychology Students working in Northern Prairie Community Clinic with people acting as clients. Signed released for minors.

UND forensic psychology program best in country

May 29, 2018

College rankers continue to tout UND for its quality academics and affordability in online education

Andrew McLean

Telepsychiatry — making the connection

May 22, 2018

At UND’s School of Medicine & Health Sciences, new technology helps psychiatry residents expand services to rural western North Dakota

North Dakota’s four teams that received public recognition for the 2016-17 academic year included men's cross country, women's cross country, men's golf, and men’s track & field. UND has now earned similar recognition 21 times across nine different sports since 2010. Image courtesy of North Dakota Athletics

Head of the class

May 22, 2018

UND Fighting Hawks student-athletes continue to lead their Big Sky Conference peers in the classroom as much as they do on the field of play

Vice President for Research and Economic Development Grant McGimpsey has a plan for research excellence at UND but the hunt for external federal funding is challenging and highly competitive among the country’s research universities.  Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

McGimpsey announces shift in career

May 15, 2018

UND VP for Research & Economic Development eyes retirement, says he’ll leave post in December

It was a day of achievements for the freshly minted second lieutenant. However, over the span of five years as a student-soldier in UND’s Army Reserve Officer Training Corps, there were days that either milestone could have been considered a longshot. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Lieutenant, at last

May 15, 2018

UND ROTC cadet commander makes the grade after inauspicious beginning to military career

North Dakota Lt. Gov. Brent Sanford delivers the annual Frank Wenstrom Lecture recently. He used the occasion as an opportunity to tell his story of public service, one that’s interwoven in business, governance and family legacy. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Brent Sanford details journey to serve

May 15, 2018

State’s 38th lieutenant governor and UND alum delivers annual Wenstrom Lecture after whirlwind day

Leaders in Action on center stage

Leaders in Action on center stage

May 15, 2018

More than 2,000 UND students were eligible to graduate at campus ceremonies last week and this past weekend. Check it out!