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Mark Chipman, executive chairman of True North Sports and Entertainment, earned bachelor's and law degrees at UND. Photo courtesy of UND Alumni Foundation & Association.

Q&A: Catching up with Mark Chipman

November 15, 2018

Prominent UND alum Mark Chipman relays his life trajectory from playing collegiate football to owning a professional hockey team

Hot and cold

Hot and cold

November 15, 2018

UND biologist’s research of snapping turtles could yield far-reaching implications

Prepared for the unknown

Prepared for the unknown

November 15, 2018

At UND, we challenge our students to step up, take action and solve the problems of the world

Mark Chipman: Soaring success, grounded humility

Mark Chipman: Soaring success, grounded humility

November 13, 2018

Alum, chairman of True North Sports & Entertainment, which owns NHL’s Jets, headlines annual ethics talk

Giving it a twirl

Giving it a twirl

November 13, 2018

UND Nursing student and Navy vet Stephanie Paro adjusts to new surroundings in the classroom and on the parade field

Greater things ahead

Greater things ahead

November 13, 2018

Leaders at latest Provost Forum tout marketing, research and legislative relations work

Home sweet Bakken?

Home sweet Bakken?

November 13, 2018

Social Work’s Bret Weber to present housing research from Bakken oil patch at newt Faculty Lecture

Leaders start at UND

Leaders start at UND

November 13, 2018

At UND, the chances we take can change the world

The North Dakota National Guard's Camp Grafton Training Center is an ideal venue for UND UAS operators to conduct workshops, conferences and training exercises. The camp's unique capability to seamlessly move from conference room to a 10,000-acre field environment is possible thanks, in part, to agreements to conduct UAS research and testing with the North Plains UAS Test Site near Grand Forks.  Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Space to fly

November 9, 2018

UND representatives attend DHS’s Future UAS Threat Workshop at Camp Grafton Training Center

Promise kept

Promise kept

November 8, 2018

Grad student’s tributes to UND soldiers who perished in 1918 flu pandemic coincides with WWI armistice centennial

Provost Tom DiLorenzo, implementation captain for Goal No. 6 (to meet the educational needs of active-duty and veteran students), presents a Lucite memento to Lt. Col. Jason Murphy, head of the Army Reserve Officer Training Battalion at UND and member of the Goal No. 6 committee for the One UND Strategic Plan. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Celebration time

November 8, 2018

University honors ‘One UND’ strategic planners one year after successful launch and implementation

UND President Mark Kennedy presents his special assistant and "chief of staff" Angelique Foster with a President's Medal, one of the highest honors the president can bestow. Foster, who will be leaving the University in May, was instrumental in the successful implementation of the One UND Strategic Plan. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Foster–ing success

November 8, 2018

Special assistant to the President turned ‘chief of staff’ Angelique Foster rewarded with President’s Medal

Hal Brands-American Grand Strategy in an Age of Upheaval talks about the uncertainty about America's role in the world than at any time in recent decades. From the South China Sea, to the Middle East, to the Baltics and Eastern Europe.     (Jackie Lorentz photo/UND Today) 

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‘Hawkish’ affairs between U.S. and China

November 8, 2018

Johns Hopkins global affairs expert, former Defense Secretary staffer Hal Brands points to gradual escalations in Asia

When Camilla Morrison (right), costume designer and theatre instructor at the University of North Dakota, walked into the shop in the early afternoon, it seemed to brighten up even more. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Designing woman: Camilla Morrison

November 6, 2018

Master costumer brings world of Dr. Seuss to life on Burtness Theatre stage

The North Dakota Quarterly is set for a comback as a print edition in early 2019. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Print is not dead

November 6, 2018

UND’s premier literary journal, North Dakota Quarterly, returns to paper publishing after years-long digital-only run