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A Mountain of hard work and success

A Mountain of hard work and success

December 19, 2019 at

UND alum, Mountaindale Press founder Dakota Krout featured on N.Y. Times bestselling audiobooks list

Michelle Nguyen, Leader in Action

Leaders in Action: A will to overcome obstacles

December 17, 2019 at

UND Junior Michelle Nguyen uses her experience to help other first-generation students

Shawn Graham's book "Failing Gloriously and other essays" chronicles the author's personal failures as a commentary on societal views of shortcomings. The University of North Dakota Digital Press published the book this month. Photo courtesy of the Digital Press.

On failure: New book from UND’s Digital Press explores falling short

December 17, 2019 at

Failure in academia is often discussed only in whispers, but Shawn Graham has talked and written about it for years

Blue Origin rocket takes UND students’ experiment into space

Blue Origin rocket takes UND students’ experiment into space

December 17, 2019 at

Knowledge gained about bioluminescence in microgravity will complement ongoing research

Photo by Shawna Schill

Nine hundred new grads

December 17, 2019 at

UND will celebrate Winter Commencement in three ceremonies Dec. 19 and 20

From college to City Council to college

From college to City Council to college

December 12, 2019 at

Grand Forks City Council member Katherine Dachtler will get her bachelor’s degree next week, some 14 years after first enrollingRead More

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Penny House becomes Grand Forks’ teen central

December 12, 2019 at

UND junior’s journey through Main Street GF Challenge and community partnerships took small-town idea to next level

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Giant check = best surprise ever

December 12, 2019 at

Sanford Health wows two UND student veterans by handing them major scholarship awards

Alumni focus: The oldest North Dakotan, Iris Westman ’28 is still learning

Alumni focus: The oldest North Dakotan, Iris Westman ’28 is still learning

December 11, 2019 at

Iris Westman, ’28, the oldest living North Dakotan,  shares about life, longevity and UND

Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Lucky 13: Thirteen questions for the 13th president of UND

December 10, 2019 at

Incoming president Andrew Armacost talks collegiate baseball, nickname and juggling

In a conference room in Columbia Hall in late November, Elizabeth Luger successfully defended her dissertation research to earn her doctorate degree. Pictured in the bottom left corner, Luger's husband looked on as she answered questions from faculty members on her defense committee.  Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

‘Congratulations, Doctor’

December 10, 2019 at

In about an hour, Elizabeth Luger’s 7-year journey toward a Ph.D. in clinical psychology came to a successful end

Put together by 19 students in Sarah Heitkamp's Intro to Fine Arts class, a new exhibit at the Empire Arts Center explores the nonrepresentational monoprints of George Starcher, UND's seventh president. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Starcher art: Exhibit celebrates former UND President George Starcher’s art

December 10, 2019 at

Guided by Sarah Heitkamp, the student-curated exhibit showcases nonrepresentational art through Starcher’s monoprints

Image courtesy of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences.

To Be Continued: SMHS’s continuing ed programs teach health professionals statewide

December 10, 2019 at

The SMHS Office of Continuing Education contributes to the ongoing education of thousands of North Dakota health providers each year

Andrew Armacost took time to address the media following Tuesday's selection process. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

‘Sprinting with purpose’

December 5, 2019 at

In his initial statements to the media and State Board, UND Incoming President Andrew Armacost expresses excitement his for new role

Inside INPSYDE, UND’s Indians Into Psychology Doctoral Education program

Inside INPSYDE, UND’s Indians Into Psychology Doctoral Education program

December 5, 2019 at

UND has produced more Native American/First Nations Ph.D. clinical psychologists than any other APA-accredited program