Leaders in Action

STEM to the future

STEM to the future

April 10, 2018

UND hosts annual STEM Day to introduce regional middle school students to science, technology, engineering and math

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Passing the puck

March 29, 2018

Former Athletics boss Brian Faison transitions to advisor role for new AD, old friend and onetime conference foe Bill Chaves

Leading by example

Leading by example

March 29, 2018

UND’s Mortar Board embraces opportunities to engage peers, faculty, alumni and community leaders

Former Grand Forks Herald editor and publisher Mike Jacobs and wife, Suezette Bieri, a former longtime administrator at the UND Space Studies Department, stand at the front entrance of UND's Columbia Hall, headquarters of the College of Arts & Sciences, to which the couple recently contributed $1 million in direct support to students. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Alum couple says ‘thanks a million’

March 27, 2018

Former UND Space Studies administrator Suezette Bieri and legendary state journalist Mike Jacobs add to legacy of giving at alma mater

UND Law student Ryan Rehberg will go to Capitol Hill in March as one of 10 in the nation chosen for the VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship. There, he will advocate a change to Veterans Affairs policy affecting emergency services for veterans. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Veteran on The Hill

March 20, 2018

UND Law student Ryan Rehberg selected, for the second time in three years, to fight in Congress for rights of those who served

New Greeks on the block

New Greeks on the block

March 20, 2018

Nico Britton, founding member of UND’s newest fraternity, shines in the classroom and as a leader

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A Marine and his sword

March 15, 2018

Ceremonial blade of first UND alum killed in World War II makes serendipitous journey back to UND

Business of sport

Business of sport

March 15, 2018

UND’s Sports Business Association visits US Bank Stadium, Target Field and Target Center to see how the pros do it

Sophomore Catherine Klein of UND’s Women’s Soccer won the Big Sky Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Year award for her 2017 performance – including an 18-save game that tied a school record. With her elementary education degree, she plans to earn her master’s in special education from UND. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Catherine Klein

March 13, 2018

Big Sky Goalkeeper of the Year strives for excellence on the pitch while pursuing degrees to help others with special needs

Eleven UND social work students traveled abroad to Sweden in February to learn more about the country's social and welfare policies. They had the opportunity to work alongside students from across Europe. Submitted photo.

Thinking globally, acting locally

March 8, 2018

Social work students see the world in a new way after international experience

For the last four of five years, Professor of Trumpet Ronnie Ingle's five-student ensemble has advanced to the live semifinals for the National Trumpet Competition. The ensemble, from left to right: Michael Morrisey, Maddie Ardelean, Dawson Domke, Christiena Taralson, and Gilson Silva.

Tooting their own horn

March 6, 2018

March Madness again for UND’s Trumpet Ensemble after reaching collegiate brass’s Big Dance for 2018

The UND Center is the first in North Dakota to complete all four steps of the Bright & Early North Dakota Quality Assurance rating program, achieving a four-star rating. The Bright & Early rating program helps parents and providers assess how well a child care program supports early learning and development. Programs can earn up to four stars as they commit to, improve and maintain quality.  UND archival photo.

Four stars for kids

March 6, 2018

University Children’s Learning Center first to earn top marks in North Dakota quality assurance program

The XXII Winter Games concluded this weekend in PyeonChang and all eight current or former UND hockey players as well as curler Joe Polo, who also studied at UND, made their respective countries burst with pride.  Image courtesy of UND Athletics.

Gold rush

February 27, 2018

Winter Olympic spotlight shines on UND alum athletes and support staff

UND alum and legendary NBA coach Phil Jackson was named to the 2018 class of Sioux Award recipients. The award is the highest UND alumni honor. (Above) Jackson visits with a UND honors psychology class on campus in 2008. Photo by Chuck Kimmerle.

Class acts

February 22, 2018

NBA coaching legend Phil Jackson heads up a 2018 Sioux Award class of alumni movers and shakers

Callegari, a junior, transferred to UND after playing out a scholarship at his first American university, North Carolina Central. He says, . “I heard about the reputation of UND around the country and from some of my mates that play tennis. I was really impressed and I’m proud to be here.” Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Davide Callegari

February 22, 2018

Italian tennis transfer holds serve on the court and in the classroom at UND