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Admitted and appreciated

Admitted and appreciated

March 22, 2018 at

More than 200 high school seniors — already committed to UND — get tour like no other on Admitted Student Day

UND already has a strong online foundation in a myriad academic disciplines. Now under a new agreement with online education giant Pearson, UND can quickly build a presence in other areas with explosive growth potential and do it in a way that promotes both existing and new programs. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Perfect partners for online growth

March 20, 2018 at

UND-Pearson agreement will deliver more online education opportunites in North Dakota and beyond

The 49th annual UND Writers Conference kicks off tomorrow at UND’s Memorial Union, featuring an 8 p.m. reading from David Grann, author of 2017’s critically acclaimed “Killers of the Flower Moon.” Marlon James, author of the 2015 Man Booker Prize-winning “A Brief History of Seven Killings,” will present on Thursday evening, and “The Far Away Brothers” author Lauren Markham will hold a Friday night reading.

Finding truth between the lines

March 20, 2018 at

History, journalism, politics and more entwine for this week’s 49th annual UND Writers Conference

During her visit to UND on Monday, Amy Whitney, the lone finalist to be the next direct of of the UND Center for Innovation, recognized the important role of mentoring programs, internships and experiential learning opportunities in creating a forward-looking educational environment. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

Center for Innovation finalist outlines vision

March 20, 2018 at

Entrepreneurship programs head at Clark University (Worcester, Mass.) touts student training and community partnerships

UND Law student Ryan Rehberg will go to Capitol Hill in March as one of 10 in the nation chosen for the VFW-SVA Legislative Fellowship. There, he will advocate a change to Veterans Affairs policy affecting emergency services for veterans. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Veteran on The Hill

March 20, 2018 at

UND Law student Ryan Rehberg selected, for the second time in three years, to fight in Congress for rights of those who served

New Greeks on the block

New Greeks on the block

March 20, 2018 at

Nico Britton, founding member of UND’s newest fraternity, shines in the classroom and as a leader

steam plant, night, lights, summer, 2013

Full steam ahead … almost

March 15, 2018 at

UND signs predevelopment agreement for potential new steam plant in different location

UND Director of Special Collections Curt Hanson is to attend the 2019 training program of the Archives Leadership Institute

A Marine and his sword

March 15, 2018 at

Ceremonial blade of first UND alum killed in World War II makes serendipitous journey back to UND

Amy Whitney, associate director of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Program at Clark University in Worcester, Mass., was one of six candidates interviewed for direct of the UND Center for Innovation, and is the only candidate to be invited for on-campus interviews. Image courtesy of Amy Whitney/Tyler Ingham.

Center for Innovation finalist to visit March 19

March 15, 2018 at

Amy Whitney currently is director of innovation & entrepreneurship at Clark University in Massachusetts

Since that time, UND’s administration has received a number of queries from faculty and staff members about a new VSIP at UND. Today’s announcement serves as UND’s intention to provide that opportunity to tenured faculty and staff members, effective Monday, ¬Dec. 3, 2018. The application period will end at 4:30 p.m. Central Standard Time, on Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019. UND archival photo.

Three set to interview for VPFO

March 15, 2018 at

Visits for finalists to succeed Alice Brekke as vice president of finance and operations slated between March 20-26

Business of sport

Business of sport

March 15, 2018 at

UND’s Sports Business Association visits US Bank Stadium, Target Field and Target Center to see how the pros do it

Vice President for Research and Economic Development Grant McGimpsey has a plan for research excellence at UND but the hunt for external federal funding is challenging and highly competitive among the country’s research universities.  Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Seeds sown, research grown

March 13, 2018 at

Seed funding programs provide nearly $3 million to propel UND research community efforts

Sophomore Catherine Klein of UND’s Women’s Soccer won the Big Sky Conference’s Goalkeeper of the Year award for her 2017 performance – including an 18-save game that tied a school record. With her elementary education degree, she plans to earn her master’s in special education from UND. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Catherine Klein

March 13, 2018 at

Big Sky Goalkeeper of the Year strives for excellence on the pitch while pursuing degrees to help others with special needs

EERC's Ted Aulich (center) and fellow UND scientists, such as Julia Zhao and John Hurley, are working on a three-year, $3.2-million research project to reducing the amount of energy needed to produce ammonia and associated carbon dioxide emissions. Image courtesy of a Kari Suedel,   EERC.

Harnessing value by keeping it local

March 13, 2018 at

New project, spearheaded by UND’s EERC, could produce ammonia locally while saving energy and decreasing emissions

Forty-seven teams—over 2,500 students, teachers, parents and mentors, and the public—from five upper Midwest states jammed into the Alerus Center in Grand Forks for three days recently for the FIRST Robotics Midwest Regional, hosted by UND's Center for Innovation. Image courtesy of the Center for Innovation.

Teen teams duke it out—collaboratively

March 13, 2018 at

UND Center for Innovation plays big role at FIRST Robotics Midwest Regional competition in Grand Forks