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Abbie Sheehy, a freshman from Waysata, Minn., hold up her oversized prize check with UND Alumni Association & Foundation CEO DeAnna Carlson Zink. Sheehy was one of the first students to have her name drawn by random for a Giving Hearts Day scholarship.

Heart to heart

February 14, 2019 at

Alumni Association & Foundation amasses nearly $30,000 in student scholarship gifts on Giving Hearts Day

Their gift will establish the Drs. John and Ruth Carter Endowment. Revenue from the endowment will be used to create the Geology & Geological Engineering Students and Faculty Excellence Fund, which will promote excellence among faculty and students who major in Geology or Geological Engineering through activities such as field trips, experiential learning and professional development.

Couple posthumously gifts $1M for Harold Hamm School of Geology & Geological Engineering

December 27, 2018 at

John and Ruth Carter’s generous donation will support faculty and students

He and his business partner Shawn Clapp went on to manage the Hotel Donaldson in downtown Fargo before opening the Toasted Frog in downtown Grand Forks in 2006. That unlimited access to alcohol was paving a dark path.  Photo by Sam Melquist/UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

A vigilant voice

December 13, 2018 at

UND alumnus and Grand Forks businessman Jonathan Holth shares his personal story of addiction and recovery

The UND Student Senate took gratitude to a new level by passing two resolutions thanking recent donors to the University.Photo by Shawna Noel Schill

Spotlight on students

December 13, 2018 at

Campus-wide gratitude: UND students show their appreciation for donors making an impact

Mark Chipman, executive chairman of True North Sports and Entertainment, earned bachelor's and law degrees at UND. Photo courtesy of UND Alumni Foundation & Association.

Q&A: Catching up with Mark Chipman

November 15, 2018 at

Prominent UND alum Mark Chipman relays his life trajectory from playing collegiate football to owning a professional hockey team

alumni chapter initiative

More than hockey watch parties

October 30, 2018 at

UND student and young alumni coordinator spreads school pride by revamping alum chapter program

Representatives from UND and Johnson Controls, Inc., along with Grand Forks Mayor Michael Brown and State Sen. Ray Holmberg, throw the ceremonial dirt on a new steam plant project that will replace the century-old plant now located in the heart of campus. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Powering the future

October 25, 2018 at

World-renowned Johnson Controls and UND celebrate public-private partnership for new steam plant

Showdown in the desert

Showdown in the desert

October 25, 2018 at

While awaiting Saturday’s rematch in Vegas, check out last year’s UND-Gophers clash at the Ralph

Prior to becoming a household name, however, Klosterman wrote for the Dakota Student, the student-run newspaper of the University of North Dakota, which he attended in the early 1990s. Even back then, his stories – many of which sliced rock music and sports – gripped the campus for all types of reasons – they were unorthodox, ambitious and downright captivating. Image courtesy of Chuck Klosterman.

Q&A: Catching up with Chuck Klosterman

October 23, 2018 at

Omnipresent pop-culture critic reminisces over McVey Hall, Wilkerson and how UND influences him still today

Pete and Eunice Kuhn pose for a photo with UND women's basketball freshman Claire Orth (middle). Over the years, the Kuhns have donated to countless areas, including scholarships for Fighting Hawks Athletics, the College of Business & Public Administration, and the College of Education & Human Development; as well as the building of the Betty Englestad Sioux Center and the High Performance Center; a media center for basketball and locker rooms for football and volleyball. Image courtesy of the UND Alumni Association & Foundation, and Russ Hons Photography.

Alum couple has campus-wide impact

October 18, 2018 at

Pete and Eunice Kuhn keep finding new ways to benefit UND academics and athletics

UND's 2018 Sioux Award honorees (from left to right) Lauris Molbert, Mary (Muehlen) Maring, Phil Jackson, Jeanne Crain and Michael Lodoen. Images compiled by Dima Williams/UND Today.

In their own words

September 20, 2018 at

NBA coaching legend Phil Jackson headlines outstanding group of alumni up for Sioux Award –University’s most prestigious honor

A vintage, undated black-and-white photo of the J. LLoyd Stone Alumni Center (formerly the Oxford House, the first President's home on campus) during the holidays. The old house will be the recipient of a $3-million gift from the Hal and Kathleen Gershman family to renovate it into a new engagement center for graduate and international students. The gift also will be eligible for a state matching grant.

$3M gift set in ‘Stone’

September 20, 2018 at

Gershman Family donation poses new use for first President’s House as engagement center for grad, international students

Friends of UND Hockey are a dedicated breed of fanatic, but the members of REA Suite 220 take it to another level, The group has been raisi9ng thousands each year to help fun UND student-athletes summer school education, in memory of one of their own, Todd Larson, who passed away. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Honoring fallen fan by helping the team

September 13, 2018 at

Annual UND Fan Fest lets UND Hockey embrace its faithful, and for four years, REA’s Suite 220 has been returning the salute

DeAnna Carlson Zink, CEO of the University of North Dakota Alumni Association & Foundation, takes the stage recently for her annual State of the Foundation address, she cradles her 16-month-old grandson, William. Image courtesy of Sam Melquist/UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

Creating the future

August 30, 2018 at

Alumni CEO DeAnna Carlson Zink highlights support for student scholarships and faculty needs in annual address

Online polls closed Wednesday evening after staying open for two days. More than 2,300 students voted for what they found to be the best look. It’s an important milestone in a months-long process to bring UND’s new logo and branding to life. Image courtesy of UND Marketing & Creative Services.

And ‘Z’ winner is!

May 3, 2018 at

More than 2,300 students took to online balloting for their favorite Fighting Hawks mascot design