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UND graduate student Mona Sohrabi conducts biomedical research in Dr. Colin Combs' lab in the School of Medicine & Health Sciences' Department of Biomedical Sciences. UND archival photo.

Research funding relapse

April 11, 2017

Proposed cut to the National Institutes of Health would have negative effect on biomedical research, health and economy of North Dakota

UND College of Business & Public Administration Dean Margaret Williams is leaving the College this month to become dean of the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. Photo by Shawna Schill.

The business of growth

April 11, 2017

Dean Margaret Williams leaves her College positioned for continued success

Laura Block, Chief Financial Officer for the UND Alumni Association & Foundation, said the Foundation is working with the University to determine priorities—currently being shaped in UND’s Strategic Plan. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Gifted at UND

April 11, 2017

UND Foundation Chief Financial Officer answers campus questions about charitable giving in a time of budget challenges

Mike Mann (left), Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering and Institute for Energy Studies executive director, and Steve Benson, EERC associate vice president for research, have combined forces to help Valley City State University develop technology for its new steam plant that would produce and sell activated carbon in partnership with the private sector. In an era of budget cuts, this technology could potentially make money and pay for the cost of heating and cooling the campus. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Picking up steam

April 11, 2017

UND teams with NDUS partner Valley City State on technology to power campus for the long term

Tunnel of Oppression

Tunnel of Oppression

April 11, 2017

UND Women’s Center takes students on a mind-opening journey through the lives and experiences of the oppressed

Bremer Financial Corporation CEO Jeanne Crain was the keynote speaker of the 30th Anniversary Hultberg Lectureship Series, a celebration of successful CoBPA alumnae. Since it began in 1988, the series has invited more than 100 female graduates back to campus to share their experiences. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Leading lady

April 6, 2017

Bremer President and CEO and UND graduate Jeanne Crain spreads message of purposeful leadership to campus community

UND Associate Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Gretchen Mullendore is one of 13 UND faculty members who have been approved for developmental leave opportunities in the coming academic year. The first part of her sabbatical will allow her to spend three months at Texas A&M University as a visiting scientist. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

In search of ‘intellectual souvenirs’

April 6, 2017

UND Atmospheric Sciences researcher is one of many faces temporarily leaving campus to bring back advanced work and knowledge

UND Three Minute Thesis co-organizer Matthew Gilmore works with UND graduate students to prepare for the April 7/10 competition. Photo courtesy of Matthew Gilmore.

Three-minute mania

April 6, 2017

Twenty-four UND graduate students to compete in communication contest showcasing their research

Over the next year, the "It’s On Us" campaign at UND will continue to build infrastructure across the movement to ensure that students feel safe and supported across campuses. Graphic courtesy of Sexual Respect & Violence Prevention.

It’s on us

April 5, 2017

As official partner school, UND joins national campaign to change culture surrounding campus sexual assault

Judges make their way through the maze of student projects during the 2017 North Dakota State Science and Engineering Fair in UND's Memorial Union Ballroom on March 30. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Best in state

April 5, 2017

N.D. wiz kids convene on UND campus for 2017 State Science and Engineering Fair, chances to move on to Los Angeles for nationals

Marimba magic

Marimba magic

April 5, 2017

95-year-old former UND professor Tamar Read donated tickets so students could see a world renowned musician

UND Chief Information Officer Madhavi Marasinghe stands in the Data Center on the UND campus.  Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Tech in check

April 4, 2017

UND’s new chief information officer Madhavi Marasinghe discusses campus technology challenges, strategies and opportunities

UND Director of International Programs Katie Davidson says she and her team are working with admissions to pilot a pre-registration process for international students who don’t arrive on campus until a week before classes begin. Davidson led off the latest budget forum meeting on Wednesday, March 29, with UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Global opportunities

April 4, 2017

UND Provost welcomes special guests to weekly budget forum for updates on international programs, student government and information technology

Julie LeFever, director of the Wilson M. Laird Core and Sample Library on the UND campus, stands in the newly expanded area of the library, during a Monday, Sept. 26 ribbon-cutting ceremony. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Largely unknown legacy of Julie LeFever

April 4, 2017

Longtime North Dakota geologist, based at UND, posthumously honored for wealth of knowledge that helped Bakken boom

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., makes a point during a panel discussion about U.S.-Russia geopolitical relations in the Arctic on Friday, March 31 at UND's Clifford Hall. Heitkamp was flanked by U.S.-Russia experts from the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (left) the Hon. Kenneth Yalowitz, a former U.S. ambassador to Belarus and Georgia, and Matthew Rojansky, director of the Kennan Institute at the Wilson Center. UND Professor of Political Science Paul Sum is seated to the right of Heitkamp. Photo by Shawna Schill.

A new, even colder Cold War?

April 4, 2017

Experts on U.S.-Russia relations say America shouldn’t underestimate global implications of territorial expansions into Arctic regions