Leaders in Action

In high demand

In high demand

October 16, 2018

UND student-nurses, grads highly sought after by nation’s elite medical centers

College of Business & Public Administration Dean Amy Henley, and husband David Cason, moved to Grand Forks this fall and took their love of college football with them. Henley grew up around the sport in Mississippi and her affection for it never faded. Image courtesy of Amy Henley.

CoBPA dean loves academics and football

October 11, 2018

Business college dean shares her football history and how it inspired a career in higher education

Diana Bata recalls her surprise when she was tapped for campus organizer and president of UND’s chapter of It’s On Us, a national movement against interpersonal violence. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Shifting paradigm on physical abuse

October 4, 2018

President of ‘It’s On Us’ student organization says views on interpersonal violence matured since arriving at UND

Learning from the best

Learning from the best

October 4, 2018

Morrison Leadership Summit, named for former Fortune 500 CEO alum, lets students rub elbows with best in business

Wake Up to UND 2018-
President Mark Kennedy awards the Presidential Medial to Dave Molmen, Altru's chief executive officer. Jackie Lorentz photo/UND Today.

Molmen’s mettle earns medal

September 27, 2018

UND surprises Altru CEO with rare President’s Medal for leadership on new medical school building

UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo and Sara Garland share the podium as DiLorenzo presented a $5,000 personal contribution to an endowment fund from Garland's Class of '68. Photo by David Dodds/UND Today.

Gift rooted in friendship

September 25, 2018

UND Provost and wife make personal contribution to Class of ’68 endowment fund during 50-year reunion

From throat ache to heartache

From throat ache to heartache

September 25, 2018

Faculty Lecture will focus on intersection of medicine and culture

UND's 2018 Sioux Award honorees (from left to right) Lauris Molbert, Mary (Muehlen) Maring, Phil Jackson, Jeanne Crain and Michael Lodoen. Images compiled by Dima Williams/UND Today.

In their own words

September 20, 2018

NBA coaching legend Phil Jackson headlines outstanding group of alumni up for Sioux Award –University’s most prestigious honor

Casey Ozak (right)i, a faculty fellow for inclusive excellence and associate professor in the UND Department of Teaching & Learning, alongside Dara Faul, assocaite director of the UND Teaching Transformationand Development Academy (TTaDA) engage in discussion during a recent TTaDA meeting on campus. The leadership of TTaDA has developed a series of informational events to help and support working professional women on campus. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Voices of strength

September 20, 2018

Women’s Leadership Series fills a need while meeting UND strategic goals

Escaping the echo chambers

Escaping the echo chambers

September 18, 2018

UND Alum and Federal Judge Ralph Erickson implores citizens to rise above political fray at Constitution Day observance

First developed at UND in 2003 and overhauled a decade later through a grant partnership with the University of Missouri and the University of Washington, IPHC teaches communication and collaboration to students from eight different disciplines. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Connected in care

September 11, 2018

Course — started at UND — puts eight health care disciplines in same room in challenging scenarios to foster collaboration

Buettner will receive his national recognition on Sept. 23, at the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress meeting in Boston.

UND’s Buettner is national anesthesia program director of the year

September 4, 2018

Recognition will be bestowed on Sept. 23 at the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Congress meeting in Boston

The technology arrived recently on the second floor of the Chester Fritz Library as one piece of a grand plan to renovate North Dakota’s largest athenaeum.   Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Lights, camera, action — one button away

September 3, 2018

UND’s Chester Fritz Library installs new video studio giving students and faculty capability for on-the-spot productions

Brittany Egeland and Ethan Plemel both passed on the first try and will be employed by Mayo in the cardiovascular surgery and heart transplant ICU. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Coming up aces

August 28, 2018

UND Nursing achieves 100-percent pass rate on national exam

UND alumnus, Dr. Jon Solberg on the barren arctic ice cap of Greenland. Solberg, a native of Stanley, N.D., served as lead physician on a recent expedition across the massive and frigid island. Image courtesy of Dr. Jon Solberg.

On top of the world

August 23, 2018

UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences alum finds adventure as lead physician on expedition across Greenland’s ice cap