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Reaping the fruits of seeds sown

Reaping the fruits of seeds sown

September 27, 2018

University investment coupled with homegrown talents lead to growth in external research funding

Big Data, the next big thing

Big Data, the next big thing

September 27, 2018

UND commits to computational surge to increase analytical firepower on campus and beyond

R1

Road to ‘R1’: More than a status symbol

September 27, 2018

Quest for highest-research-activity classification helps students, communities and economy

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

Fighting Hawk takes the field

Fighting Hawk takes the field

September 25, 2018

First official mascot in University’s history touched down before UND Homecoming matchup

A night for flight

A night for flight

September 25, 2018

Half century of aviation excellence for UND Aerospace celebrated during Homecoming week

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

UND ‘thinks bigger’ with ND Digital Atlas

UND ‘thinks bigger’ with ND Digital Atlas

September 25, 2018

Evolving interactive state map and history book – all in one – launches following years of research

Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ opens tonight at Burtness

Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ opens tonight at Burtness

September 25, 2018

Love and a bit of darkness are in the air for UND Theatre Arts’ first production of the year

From throat ache to heartache

From throat ache to heartache

September 25, 2018

Faculty Lecture will focus on intersection of medicine and culture

It’s a celebration!

It’s a celebration!

September 25, 2018

UND Homecoming meets Potato Bowl for biggest community event of the year

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

A vintage, undated black-and-white photo of the J. LLoyd Stone Alumni Center (formerly the Oxford House, the first President's home on campus) during the holidays. The old house will be the recipient of a $3-million gift from the Hal and Kathleen Gershman family to renovate it into a new engagement center for graduate and international students. The gift also will be eligible for a state matching grant.

$3M gift set in ‘Stone’

September 20, 2018

Gershman Family donation poses new use for first President’s House as engagement center for grad, international students

Tom DiLorenzo

Legislative updates, IT plans and campus happenings highlight first Provost Forum

September 20, 2018

Provost also cites progress in experiential learning and partnerships that put UND student interns downtown

UND Art Collections Manager and Curator Sarah Heitkamp holds Balloon Shadows, a pastel piece created by Jackie McElroy-Edwards in 1982. The piece is one of 25 uniquely framed by Heitkamp’s Art Collections team for an upcoming exhibit of McElroy-Edwards’ work. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Brought into frame

September 20, 2018

UND Art Collections to exhibit works by former faculty member Jackie McElroy-Edwards in downtown gallery