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The timeless musical, Wizard of Oz, runs at UND’s Burtness Theatre, starting at 7:30 p.m., from Nov. 9-11 and 16-18, with special guest appearances and a splash of community and campus collaborations.  Image courtesy of UND Theatre Arts.

Off to see the Wizard

November 9, 2017 at

Theatre Arts newest production of Frank L. Baum’s classic, ‘Oz,’ is a community-wide endeavor

National Public Radio Political Correspondent Mara Liasson was the keynote speaker of the 13th Olafson Ethics Symposium, hosted by the College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA) and sponsored by alumnus Bob Olafson and SEI Investments. Olafson established the series to foster student and community discussions of professional and personal ethics.Liasson was the keynote speaker of the 13th Olafson Ethics Symposium, hosted by the College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA) and sponsored by alumnus Bob Olafson and SEI Investments. Olafson established the series to foster student and community discussions of professional and personal ethics.

Fake news, real talk

November 9, 2017 at

NPR political journalist Mara Liasson urges balanced public discourse in annual UND ethics symposium

Meet Matt Eidson: Marine and aspiring journalist

Meet Matt Eidson: Marine and aspiring journalist

November 9, 2017 at

The newest Dakota Student editor served on the front lines in the War on Terror before enrolling at UND

VandeWalle (center) said a business law course he took as an undergraduate at UND sparked his passion for the legal profession. UND Today archival photo.

Making the case

November 7, 2017 at

North Dakota Supreme Court justices hear cases at UND School of Law, judge student competition

Brian Schill (right front), assistant director of alumni and community relations at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences, plays a gig with his old Post Punk rock band, Straphanger, on a 20-year reunion tour this past summer. Schill just released a new book that, among other things, sets the record straight on stereotypes about the Punk scene. Image courtesy of Brian Schill.

UND staffer’s punk past inspires new book

November 7, 2017 at

UND Alum, School of Medicine staffer Brian Schill, taps into garage-band past, to pen new book about Punk scene

Mary Feller

Focus on first

November 7, 2017 at

UND event observes first annual national celebration of first-generation students and alumni

Creating cultural capital

Creating cultural capital

November 7, 2017 at

Entrepreneurship expert presents creative business education ideas to UND and community leaders

Raking it in for good cause

Raking it in for good cause

November 7, 2017 at

UND Honors students take time each fall to get out into community for some yardwork in the name of charity

Farmed comic actor Cheech Marin will present a lecture at 5 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, at UND, about his expansive collection of so-called Chicano art, and his advocacy for minority artists, at the Campbell Recital Hall within the Hughes Fine Arts Center on campus. Image courtesy of Patrick McMullan.

UND welcomes Cheech Marin for Chicano art lecture

November 2, 2017 at

Famed comedian — one half of mad-cap duo Cheech and Chong — has nation’s largest private collection devoted to Mexican-American heritage

Nearly 200 students were pilots for a day in Walhalla, N.D., learning how to operate the controls of small unmanned aircraft systems. Image courtesy of Paul Snyder.

Northern exposure

November 2, 2017 at

UND takes world-class UAS program on the road to small, Canadian border school system for outreach initiative

Cultural connections through Accounting

Cultural connections through Accounting

November 2, 2017 at

Mike Hendrickson’s ‘Ethics and Self Responsibility’ course bring out human side of numbers-crunching

: l-r Mohsen Riahi Manesh, Isfahan, Iran, PhD student; Michael Mullins, La Grande, OR, research enginee; Kyle Foerster, Pisek, ND, master’s student (Juan Pedraza photo)

On the forefront

November 2, 2017 at

UND Electrical Engineering team enjoying private-sector and federal support in mission to thwart cyber-attacks

Breaking the silence

Breaking the silence

November 2, 2017 at

Bells, gongs and screams interrupt the somber air, signifying every time someone is assaulted, at annual Clothesline Project

l-r; Cross-campus collaboration with research being done with Brad Rundquist (Georgraphy) Cristina Oncea and Gary Schwartz (both Papulation Health) are researching radon exposure and the incidence of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) in North Dakota. Radon exposure causes about half the instances of lung cancer in the U.S.   (Jackie Lorentz photo/ UND Today)

Radon on the radar

October 31, 2017 at

UND Geography and the School of Medicine & Health Sciences team up to study cancer-causing possibilities of hidden gas prevalent in North Dakota

Chris Felege (above center) teaches biology students about invasive animal species in his classroom at UND. He is one the growing list of faculty, advisors and staff who are spreading the word: about Starfish: the future of communication and academic planning for UND’s next class of leaders in action. UND archival photo.

Many arms of Starfish support

October 31, 2017 at

UND faculty, advisors laud student success system for opening communication