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UND President Mark Kennedy , last week, spoke to a packed room, making the case that UND delivers quality education and is aligned with state priorities. His comments came during the president's annual University Council address. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Making the case

May 8, 2018

In case you missed it: University well-positioned for the future, says President Kennedy in U-Council address

About 75 people attended a special tribute ceremony on Friday to honor Lieutenant Harold Holden Sayre and his heroic legacy, on the grounds of the 110-year-old Sayre Hall. The majestic old building was renamed in Sayre’s honor about a year after his death. A group of UND studens is working with facilities to document the history behind Sayre Hall before it is torn down this summer. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Harnessing history before it’s gone

May 8, 2018

UND Students’ class project a key part of Sayre Hall/Wesley College documentation effort

Blues and Brews goes live

Blues and Brews goes live

May 8, 2018

UND class brews up some real-world experience in the exciting world of advertising

Amy B. Henley, currently executive director of MBA Programs at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, has been named the new dean of the UND College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA), and Amy Whitney, who now serves as director of innovation and entrepreneurship at Massachusetts’s Clark University, will join the University as the next director of the Center for Innovation, according to DiLorenzo.

UND chooses leaders for College of Business & Public Administration and Center for Innovation

May 3, 2018

Amy B. Henley picked for business dean and Amy Whitney accepts top job at entrepreneurship hub

Online polls closed Wednesday evening after staying open for two days. More than 2,300 students voted for what they found to be the best look. It’s an important milestone in a months-long process to bring UND’s new logo and branding to life. Image courtesy of UND Marketing & Creative Services.

And ‘Z’ winner is!

May 3, 2018

More than 2,300 students took to online balloting for their favorite Fighting Hawks mascot design

UND Honors students convene for class in newly renovated classroom space at Columbia Hall. The classroom updates are part of $150,000 investments for Honors. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Honors on the rise

May 3, 2018

Program for high-achieving students announces new tracks, interim leader, new faculty and growing freshman class

Pint-sized police officer gets wish

Pint-sized police officer gets wish

May 3, 2018

5-year-old battling leukemia lives dream of becoming a cop, thanks to University Police and campus ‘Love Your Melon’ group

UND Student Body President Erik Hanson reviews design options for a new Fighting Hawk mascot. UND students are currently voting for their favorite design version for a Fighting Hawks costume to be "hatched" next fall. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Mascot designs put to vote

May 1, 2018

UND student body choosing favorite Fighting Hawks costume design through online voting

Today, President Mark Kennedy plans to expand on UND’s unique revenue positioning within the University System as well as other important state decisions that will have an impact on the University, during the annual meeting of the University Council, at 3 p.m., in Room 7 of the Education Building. UND archival photo.

Embracing change

May 1, 2018

VPFO: UND better positioned to adapt to new round of fiscal austerity thanks to strategic plan

on May 3, at 11 a.m., a small ceremony will take place at Sayre Hall to remember Harold Holden Sayre and his sacrifice in World War I as well as the history of the old Wesley College, of which Sayre Hall was a part for much of its history. UND Archival photo.

Remembering Harold Holden Sayre

May 1, 2018

Group documenting history of Sayre Hall, old Wesley College to honor namesake hero before planned building demolitions

A dozen UND engineering students have been working since last fall on the Drillbotics project, and UND was selected for the second phase of the competition. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Drilling down for a win

May 1, 2018

UND student engineers’ project among elite company as one of nine finalists in international competition

Pageantry on the Plains

Pageantry on the Plains

May 1, 2018

UND’s Indian Association hosts annual Wacipi, an energetic event to raise cultural awareness on campus and in the community

Kristi Orkerlund (left) and Orlynn Rosassen (left) stand in the new Food Pantry in the UND Memorial Union located in 314C. Kristi holds a box of personal care items that students can also pickup. Olrynn holds a Swipe it Forward card that will be able to be used for meals.    (Jackie Lorentz photo / UND Today).

Hungry to learn

April 26, 2018

New food pantry for students is just one way UND is stepping up to combat food insecurity on campus

UND President Mark Kennedy (left) and Provost Tom DiLorenzo surprised Chemistry Professor Alena Kubatova with the honor of being the newest UND  Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor on Tuesday. The Chester Fritz Distinguished Professorship, UND highest academic honor, was established with an endowment gift from the late University benefactor Chester Fritz. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Kubátová named Chester Fritz professor

April 26, 2018

Chemistry prof receives UND’s highest academic honor in surprise announcement

Alyssa Konickson, UND Alumni Association & Foundation director of communications, shows off an example of one of the new North Dakota license plates , marked with the Fighting Hawks logo. Image courtesy of Sam Melquist, AA&F.

Hawks on the highway

April 26, 2018

Fighting Hawks plates get license to fly to support UND Alumni Association & Foundation’s mission to serve students