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Under a revised plan, the Center will have a set of new service lines focused on student experiential learning and internships, as well as support for entrepreneurs and new business ventures in the form of space, business planning, research support, mentorship, relationship building and more.

New era at Center for Innovation

October 10, 2017 at

Revamped mission offers path to stronger collaborations with campus, students and business community

Chris Jacobs

In memoriam: Chris Jacobs

October 10, 2017 at

Campus and community mourns loss of UND educator, filmmaker and all-around good man

Mellem Business Symposium (left to right) College of Business & Public Adminstration Interim Dean Steve Light; Eric Trueblood, Jules Kotrba and Al Royse.   (Jackie Lorentz photo/UND Today)

Tailored for business

October 10, 2017 at

Mellem Business Symposium panelists share experiences and advice with UND’s next Leaders in Action

UND President Mark Kennedy's new book zeroes in on how political, regulatory, media and activists can shape – or shift – business practices. Photo by Shawna Schill.

By the book: shaping the future

October 10, 2017 at

Campus groups pick apart President Kennedy’s newest publication to see if best practices in business translate to higher education

Homecoming hoopla!

Homecoming hoopla!

October 10, 2017 at

UND celebrates its 101st Homecoming with a alumni honors, a parade, tailgating and a big football win

Helping students soar

Helping students soar

October 5, 2017 at

New $1.5-million scholarship endowment honors late UND Aerospace benefactor James Ray

Alivia Fraase, a junior from Fargo, is double-majoring in elementary education and early childhood education, with a minor in special education. As a volleyball defensive specialist, she had 583 digs last year, the second-most in UND history, and has been integral in UND’s NCAA-leading 19 wins, as of Thursday. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Student-Athlete of the Month: Alivia Fraase

October 5, 2017 at

Fargo, native and star libero finds perfect match as she digs in to Education double major

A resident of Round Rock, Texas – a suburb of Austin – Fallon Jefferson is a distance student of UND’s Advanced Public Health Nurse master’s program, completing the second semester of her three-semester practicum.    Has been putting her education to practice in Texas hurricane shelters.

In the eye of the storm

October 5, 2017 at

UND online master’s student brings advanced nursing expertise to the front lines at Texas hurricane shelters

UNDAthletic Director Brian Faison, responding to two recent federa; findings that UND is and has been compliant in ensuring gender equity in its athletics programs, said the news shows that UND is "succeeding in upholding those ideals even under the most challenging budgetary circumstances." Photo by Shawna Schill.

Athletics: Fair and equitable

October 5, 2017 at

Federal Office for Civil Rights dismisses complaints against UND, citing no evidence of any discrimination

TopDog teaching comes to UND

TopDog teaching comes to UND

October 5, 2017 at

N.D. educator and UND alum Kayla Delzer returns to share her innovative style, inspire future teachers

Kristen Stenehjem is a second-year medical student at UND who just completed a prestigious fellowship at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. She is among four women in her family with strong ties to the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

A family tradition

October 3, 2017 at

Four Stenehjem women have strong ties to UND Medicine

2017 Sioux Award honorees are (clockwise) Tim O'Keefe, Al Royse, Lucy Dalglish, Jack Muhs and Jeanne Pfeiffer. Images courtesy of the UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

2017 Sioux Award honorees set

October 3, 2017 at

Designation is highest for UND alumni and traditional part of annual UND Homecoming celebration

UND alumnus and former baseball player Andrew Gudmunson, 30, reportedly was one of 500-plus people who were seriously wounded early Monday morning by a lone gunman, who assailed country music concertgoers with a shower of bullets from high above in the Mandalay Bay Casino on the Vegas Strip.

Prayers for ‘Goody’

October 3, 2017 at

Former coaches react to tragic news of injury to UND dual-sport alum in Las Vegas shooting

Chris Dougherty got his undergraduate engineering degree at the South Dakota School of Mines. But come the end of the year, he’ll officially be a part of the UND family, as he graduates with his MBA from the College of Business and Public Administration (CoBPA) – achieved completely online.  Image courtesy of Chris Dougherty.

Cheering, learning and connecting

October 3, 2017 at

UND fan pursues online MBA, fosters University student connections with John Deere Electronic Solutions

Eye of the ‘Fed’

Eye of the ‘Fed’

October 3, 2017 at

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis CEO Neel Kashkari drew a packed house for UND’s latest Eye of the Hawk lecture