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Hesham El-Rewini, dean of the UND College of Engineering and Mines, expresses thanks to private donors and public leaders who shared the College’s vision to bring a Collaborative Energy Complex to UND.

Front door to collaboration

October 18, 2016

Power of collaboration drives One UND, Energy U

Minnesota Twins President Dave St. Peter, a UND alum, accepts his Sioux Award from DeAnna Carlson Zink, CEO of the UND Alumni Association and Foundation. The Sioux Award is the highest award that can be given to UND alumni.

Lives of achievement

October 18, 2016

Minnesota Twins President St. Peter headlines a distinguished list of Sioux Award, Young Alumni recognitions for 2016

Nick Eberling

Alumni award from 40,000 feet

October 18, 2016

UND Young Alumni Achievement Award winner and lead U.S. Air Force Thunderbird pilot takes to the air to deliver his acceptance speech.

Robyn Ochs

Blurred lines

October 18, 2016

LGBTQ speaker Robyn Ochs illustrates how complex gender and sexuality can be at UND lecture

North Dakota State Board of Higher Education President Kathleen Neset and NDUS Chancellor Hagerott bestow the chain of office on UND President Mark Kennedy on Monday, Oct. 10, at the Chester Fritz Auditorium.
As One UND, we will continue to advance new frontiers.

New leader, new frontiers

October 13, 2016

Mark Kennedy inaugurated as UND’s 12th president, sets bold course for future

President Kennedy visited the campus September 25, 1963. He received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree and presented a speech on the need to conserve natural resources. A crowd of 10,000 filled the UND Fieldhouse, and thousands more waited outside for a glimpse of the president. The UND seal is in the background.

JFK revisited

October 13, 2016

Mark Kennedy taps into late U.S. President’s legacy of unity in call for campus to come together as ‘One UND’

UND Tolerance Rally in Front of Twamley Hall.

Getting back on track

October 13, 2016

Strong partnerships abound across campus to facilitate strength through diversity, inclusion and unity

UND alum Matt Dunlevy, the CEO of a successful UAS industry start-up business, SkySkopes, personifies the spirit of interdisciplinary collaboration at UND. He’s blended an educational background in history and aviation to build a growing business that is making waves in the UAS community around the world.

Legacy of collaboration

October 11, 2016

President Kennedy highlights interdisciplinary links across campus

A record crowd of 11,706 UND hockey fans packed the Ralph Engelstad Arena on Oct. 1 to see their favorite team raise its eight National Championship banner. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Raise 8

October 5, 2016

UND Men’s Hockey raises the roof with eighth National Championship flag before huge exhibition-game crowd.

Melanie Sage, UND Social Work faculty member

Indian child welfare

October 5, 2016

Federal grant supports UND and partners in work to improve services to Native American children.

UND student Brooke Riendeau (left), with the Grand Forks Mobile Farmers Market, and colleague Hannah Harman chat with UND employees on Tuesday, Sept. 13, near the UND Memorial Union. Riendeau and Harman helped operate the mobile farmers market out of an old-style trolley car. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Market on wheels

October 5, 2016

UND nursing student teams with local proprietors to bring fresh veggies and other healthy consumables to campus in an old-style trolley car.

Samantha Howard, a third-year law student and tested quarterback for the women’s team came back for the 2016 Malpractice Bowl after suffering an injury last year. Photo courtesy of Daniel Yun/Dakota Student.

Bowled over

October 5, 2016

The annual football tilt between the Law School and the SMHS is a series steeped in history and tradition even though few really know for sure when it actually started.

UND Assistant Professor of English Sheila Liming performs a member of the Celtic music band, Callan. Liming is a bag-piping expert and recently wrote an essay for The Atlantic magazine about the instrument. Photo courtesy of the band.

Princess of the pipes

October 5, 2016

UND’s Sheila Liming pens essay for ‘The Atlantic’ on the bagpipe’s links to Rock-and-Roll and why the instrument is the brash rebel of the music world.

Nick Wilson, assistant professor of aviation at the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, has a unique connection to the emergency landing on the Hudson River of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 on Jan. 15, 2009.

Norwegian ancestry

October 5, 2016

Norwegian heritage records surpass 1,600 volumes at the UND’s Department of Special Collections.

Growing up on a farm, UND sculptor Patrick Luber was drawn to the idea of working with and manipulating materials. As he grew up, he learned to work with his hands and deal with the physical world around him.

Science and brimstone

October 5, 2016

UND sculptor Patrick Luber’s newest creation straddles the symbolic intersection of scientific and religious inquiry.