Post Tagged with: "College of Arts & Sciences"

Anne Kelsch, faculty and staff development director of the Teaching Transformation and Development Academy at UND, with others on campus will be convening reading groups centered on creating a strong undergraduate liberal arts foundation.  Photo by Connor Murphy/ UND Today

Liberal arts’ next chapter

February 8, 2018

Reading groups now forming to show faculty and staff how they fit into the Strategic Plan’s first goal

UND alumna Virginia DuBowy

Giving back now and for years to come

February 8, 2018

Pioneering alumna joins husband in setting up scholarships for aspiring female leaders in fisheries and wildlife biology

UND alum Jon Schaeffer prepares to deliver a live-shot to Nexstar Media Group TV stations across teh country from the site of Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis. Image courtesy of Jon Schaeffer.

Having a ball at the Super Bowl

February 1, 2018

Alum logs long days in front of camera to bring sights and sounds of greatest show on turf to millions

Pogatshnik takes anti-bullying stand to Miss USA stage

Pogatshnik takes anti-bullying stand to Miss USA stage

January 25, 2018

UND psychology major is a leader in action and role model for children everywhere

James Popejoy, conductor the festival’s Honor Band and director of bands at UND, rehearses with his 125-piece group on Saturday. The rehearsals are a time of musical growth for the students participating — something he regards as, “quite electric!” Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Musical magic on center stage

January 23, 2018

Best of the best young musicians in region get even better at annual UND honor festival

As a freshman, she played the first 27 games, including a start, before suffering a season-ending knee injury. She still earned a spot on the All-Academic Big Sky team as well as her first collegiate letter. Strand has pursued a bachelor’s in psychology for pre-physical therapy. She sees the psychological background as helpful for those dealing with the mental strain of a long recovery process. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Student-athlete of the Month: Bailey Strand

January 12, 2018

UND Women’s Basketball starter turns recovery experience into academic inspiration

Julia Zhao (right) and Hui Pu were among the 10 UND research teams awarded funding to hire a postdoctoral associate for a two-year period. The 10 awardees were chosen from 39 research proposals – up from the 31 submitted in the program’s first year. Jackie Lorentz photo/UND Today.

Postdocs on lock

January 12, 2018

Second round of postdoctoral seed funding highlights Grand Challenges and fostering research culture

UND Professor Emeritus of Philosophy and Religion Donald Poochigian was an active researcher and publisher throughout his career, with an extensive vita. He presented papers at conferences around the world and was a recognized international scholar. The recently retired Poochigian died Dec. 28, in his native California. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

A passionate scholar

January 9, 2018

University community remembers Donald Poochigian

UND Winter WUNDerland Concert 2017

Winter WUNDerland

December 12, 2017

UND Department of Music shares season’s greetings in support of Concert Choir

Associate English Professor Yvette Koepke’s Creative Humanities Outcomes in Career Excellence (CHOICE) course helps humanities-based majors – in programs like English, communication and psychology – connect their passions and interests with their classroom learning to create a path to a perfect career. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Oh, the Humanities!

December 7, 2017

New Arts & Sciences course explores how writing and analysis skills fit in the modern job market

Gary Towne

‘Search for perfection’

December 7, 2017

UND music professor broadens authority in new text about fine arts in Western culture

William Caraher and Bret Weber, UND associate professors of history and social work, respectively, have released the latest edition of a growing library of co-authored books about life in the oil-laden Bakken area of western North Dakota. (Above) Weber and Caraher are center in a photo taken in 2015 in the heart of the Bakken Oil Formation, with fellow Bakken researchers, John Holmgren, faculty member at Franklin & Marshall College in Pennsylvania;  Aaron Hoffman, a student at Franklin & Marshall College, Richard Rothaus, North Dakota University System vice chancellor; and Kostis Kourelis, from Franklin & Marshall College. Image courtesy of John Holmgren.

A tourist guide to the Bakken

December 5, 2017

New book offers 10 tours of oilfields and insider information

Cheech chats Chicano Art at UND

Cheech chats Chicano Art at UND

November 30, 2017

Comedy film star, arts aficionado shows more serious side during recent visit to campus

Cinematic comedy star Cheech Marin and his renowned Chicano art collection took center stage in UND's Hughes Fine Arts Center’s Campbell Recital Hall on Thursday, Nov. 9.  Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Different side of Cheech

November 14, 2017

Impassioned arts collector of 1980s cinematic fame offers more serious take on Chicano culture, perspective

Panelists for the premiere of "The Mission of Herman Stern" (left to right) Carl Oberholtzer, co-producer and historical contributor for the documentary;  Art Philips, the film’s director and manager of Video Arts Studios; and Steve Hunegs, executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas; talks about the life and actions of late North Dakota businessman Herman Stern, who saved 125 Jewish people from certain death in Nazi Germany. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

A story untold too long

November 14, 2017

UND groups help bring premiere of ‘The Mission of Herman Stern’ to Grand Forks’ Empire Arts Center