Post Tagged with: "College of Arts & Sciences"

Bethany Springs ,who plays Percy, is on the left, and Gina Uhlir, who plays Shelby, is on the right. Photo Credit Brad Reissig, UND Theatre Arts.

Theatre Arts serves up musical in ‘Spitfire Grill’

February 18, 2019 at

Each night, limited number of audience members will enjoy desert while they watch the show

Three finalists for Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences will be on campus in the last two weeks of February. Archival image.

Candidates for Arts & Sciences deanship named

February 14, 2019 at

Current Interim Dean Bradley Rundquist, joins Rhode Island’s Nancy Eaton and Lehigh’s Cam Wesson as finalists

UND Chief Information Officer Madhavi Marasinghe stands in the Data Center on the UND campus. Starting September 15, Marasinghe says a new centralized unit will connect UND's IT staff and functions of CILT’s information technology support team with Administrative Services Technology. The teaching enhancement and education technology arm of CILT will be integrated into the new Teaching Transformation and Development Academy known as  TTaDA. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Embracing technology

February 7, 2019 at

CIO lays out tech upgrades to keep campus cyber safe, bolster research and enhance student experiences

Derrick Ssegawa, Vice President of the Black Student Association, hands out programs at the Gorecki Alumni Center, Monday. The portrait of Martin Luther King Jr., to his left, is by UND student Asha Mohamound. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Dreamers in action

January 22, 2019 at

UND and Grand Forks community come together to celebrate vision and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Alena Kubatova (right) works with a student in her UND lab. Kubatova is set to deliver the next UND Faculty Lecture at 4:30 p.m., on Wednesday (Jan. 23) in the Lecture Bowl of the UND Memorial Union. A social will precede the lecture at 4 p.m. Photo by Jackie Lorentz/UND Today.

Chemistry all around

January 22, 2019 at

Next UND Faculty Lecture features Alena Kubatova and the ubiquity of science in everyday life

In her first semester at UND, the psychology faculty member has received an early career research award from the National Institutes of Health, been nominated for a teaching excellence award, and has found joy in working with her students.

Whirlwind semester

December 6, 2018 at

First-year faculty member RaeAnn Anderson receives early career grant, nominated for teaching award

Hot and cold

Hot and cold

November 15, 2018 at

UND biologist’s research of snapping turtles could yield far-reaching implications

Promise kept

Promise kept

November 8, 2018 at

Grad student’s tributes to UND soldiers who perished in 1918 flu pandemic coincides with WWI armistice centennial

When Camilla Morrison (right), costume designer and theatre instructor at the University of North Dakota, walked into the shop in the early afternoon, it seemed to brighten up even more. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Designing woman: Camilla Morrison

November 6, 2018 at

Master costumer brings world of Dr. Seuss to life on Burtness Theatre stage

The North Dakota Quarterly is set for a comback as a print edition in early 2019. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Print is not dead

November 6, 2018 at

UND’s premier literary journal, North Dakota Quarterly, returns to paper publishing after years-long digital-only run

Grand Forks Mayor Michael Brown takes time on Wednesday afternoon to meet with UND Honors students who the mayor has been mentoring on leadership over the course of the Fall semester. Brown is one of 10 mentors, from both on and off campus, who have counseling Honors students, as part of the program's Leaders in Action track. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Leading by example

November 1, 2018 at

UND Honors students get first-hand lesson in leadership from some of the area’s best

Many UND ghost stories revolve around old Gustafson Hall, on the southern edge of campus, where over the year's a tragic history has played out. UND archival image.

Halloween and UND

October 30, 2018 at

UND folklorist explains genesis of All Hallow’s Day, others share their own campus ghost stories

On Oct. 16, UND History Professor Eric Burin and The Digital Press at UND released "Protesting on Bended Knee: Race, Dissent, and Patriotism in 21st Century America, a compilation of essays edited by Burin that dissects the bold yet controversial demonstrations championed by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a onetime star signal caller for the San Francisco 49ers. Image courtesy of the NFL.

‘Protesting on Bended Knee’

October 18, 2018 at

UND’s Eric Burin and The Digital Press release history’s ‘first draft’ on bold, controversial stance against injustice

Top brass

Top brass

October 9, 2018 at

Christiena Taralson, member of the UND Trumpet Ensemble, reflects on humble beginnings after big national win

Troy Rogers (above, at UND) is a composer roboticist. He heeds his fascination for sound by devising various machines that make music. “There is nothing new about this fusion of high technology and [music],” said Rogers, as he talked about centuries-old Hellenistic automated water organs and Arabic wax cylinders that capture movement.  Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Robots with a good beat

October 4, 2018 at

UND Music hosts expert composer roboticist for interdisciplinary workshop on mechanical music