Other News

Left to right: UND students Evan Marian, Ayla Rubenstein and Atle Alexander. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Volunteering together

March 23, 2017

UND students from all areas of campus come together to build community based on giving back

Dakota Krout poses with an electronic version of one of his fantasy genre novels, "Dungeon Born." Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Programmer pens second book in fantasy series

March 23, 2017

Latest work by UND Computer Science student Dakota Krout has spent weeks atop genre lists on Amazon

Decision points made easier

Decision points made easier

March 23, 2017

Admitted Student Day gives prospective students inside tour of what could be in store for them at UND

A new Fighting Hawks logo is emblazoned across UND Student Ticket Office in the Memorial Union. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Brands of confusion

March 21, 2017

UND embraces Fighting Hawks while replacing interlocking ND symbols in push for common vision

THE VOICE -- "Blind Auditions" -- Pictured: Jozy Bernadette -- (Photo by: Tyler Golden/NBC)

UND alumna finds her ‘Voice’

March 21, 2017

Self-proclaimed small-town girl from Grand Forks makes national name for herself as a contest on hit NBC talent search

UND Nurse Anesthesia Program

Tradition of leadership

March 21, 2017

UND’s Nurse Anesthesia program celebrates 30 years of excellence in supplying the healthcare workforce needs of the region

Building dynamic teams

Building dynamic teams

March 21, 2017

The latest installment in the UND Spring Leadership Series features Vice President for Student Affairs Laurie Betting on Leading/Building Dynamic Teams

UND senior captain Quinton Hooker credits his parents with making him the man. Hooker and the Fighting Hawks will tip off against the Arizona Wildcats tonight just before 9 p.m. on TBS. Photo by Matt Schill.

Quintessential ‘Q’

March 16, 2017

UND’s Hooker led Fighting Hawks to first-ever appearance in Big Dance, solidifying status as one of program’s best — on and off the court

Write time, right place

Write time, right place

March 16, 2017

UND campus gears up to host national and local authors and artists for annual Writers Conference next week

UND President Mark Kennedy says that "cultivating a curiosity that challenges the consensus view" has kept UND continually reinventing itself while staying true to its liberal arts core. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Higher education: Path to brighter future

March 16, 2017

Kennedy: Invest more, not less, in universities to diversify the state’s economy and to provide needed talent to grow and succeed

UND Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology Jason Boulanger r has done extensive research and field work revolving around deer overpopulation and management. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza of UND Discovery magazine.

Oh, dear, oh deer

March 16, 2017

UND wildlife researcher’s surgical sterilization collaboration with Cornell University has caught the attention of urban planning boards across the country

Ski by Candlelight

Ski by Candlelight

March 16, 2017

UND’s Wellness Center specializes in year-round outdoor activities; check them out!

UND men's basketball players and coaches celebrate the school's first-ever Big Sky Conference Tournament Championship and a trip to the NCAA national tournament. Photo by Matt Schill.

Dance cards full

March 14, 2017

Athletics success makes for busy week in regional and national tournaments, including Men’s Basketball’s first appearance on an NCAA Division I bracket

UND Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services Sol Jensen gives an audience of staff and faculty a colorful preview of what UND has in mind for a proposed $3 million investment, showcasing why it’s critical that the dollars are spent now.  Photo by Shawna Schill.

A pitch for marketing

March 14, 2017

Third in series of campus budget fora explains why an investment in marketing is critical to UND’s future

Grant Tomkinson, associate professor of kinesiology and public health education at UND, poses with a Velotron cycle, which he uses to test people for different kinds of exercise physiology.  Tomkinson recently published an international study that says kids' fitness levels are declining across the globe, leading to health problems later in life. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Rethinking fitness

March 14, 2017

In new publication, UND kinesiologist Grant Tomkinson throws a clinical red flag on kids’ declining health around the globe