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In 1946, the War Department made an offer of land below the proposed Garrison Dam in return for the land that the dam and its new lake would consume. But most of the "lieu land" was nowhere near as fertile or valuable as the land that would be taken, the Tribal Council and MHA Nation argued, using the map and other documents as evidence. Web screenshot of map from the William Langer Papers at UND.

Grant will support digitization of tribal histories, languages and teachings in North Dakota

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In partnership with NHS College, UND will digitize key historic documents, create curriculum for K-12 study

Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Competence + warmth

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Those traits add up to effective leadership, Malika Achingale Barbie Odera has discovered at UND

How colleges can cope with demographic change

How colleges can cope with demographic change

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Eye of the Hawk Lecture will feature Nathan Grawe, ‘The Agile College’ author and Carleton College economics professor, on Oct. 12

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New ‘one-stop shop’ for safety, maintenance, Equal Opportunity and other concerns

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The SafeUND webpage helps users understand and navigate the process of reporting a non-emergency concern

In 'Silent Sky,' Erin Chaves (shown here) plays Henrietta Leavitt, an American astronomer who worked at the Harvard College Observatory, where her research helped provide keys to the size and scale of the universe. Photo courtesy of UND Theater Arts.

UND Theatre’s ‘Silent Sky’ plays Sept. 28-Oct. 2

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True story of astronomer Henrietta Leavitt will be followed by telescope viewing of night sky

UND student Cheyden Paulson is studying international studies with a career goal in the Foreign Service. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

Leader in Action breaks barriers through language

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For Critical Language Scholarship winner Cheyden Paulson, UND is a springboard, launching him into an international career

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

UND professor wins national teaching award

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Award from Entomological Society of America goes to Rebecca Simmons, associate professor

Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

UND faculty artist opens new exhibit in City Hall

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Associate Professor Todd Hebert selected as latest recipient of Mayor’s Choice Artist Award, honored with plaque and reception at City Hall

UND student Vincent Ledvina stands by the UND Space Studies Observatory. Ledvina, the president of the UND Astronomy Club, is an aspiring space scientist who already has had an internship at the National Solar Observatory in Boulder, Colo. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Leader in Action: For the love of Space

August 17, 2021 at

Thanks to his astrophotography skills and UND astronomy training, Vincent Ledvina is on the launch pad for a Space Science career

‘Of the Earth’ and womanhood

‘Of the Earth’ and womanhood

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UND Costume Designer Camilla Morrison tells ‘Stories of Women in North Dakota’ in latest project

A bachelor’s degree: a goal 50 years in the making

A bachelor’s degree: a goal 50 years in the making

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After 50 years of taking courses from a variety of universities, Daniel Bernhard graduates with a bachelor’s degree in General Studies from UND

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

From Bangladesh to NASA, via UND

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NASA internship latest accomplishment for Manna Khan, immigrant and nontraditional, first-generation college student

Shining light on a dark secret: Civilian internment in Canada

Shining light on a dark secret: Civilian internment in Canada

July 13, 2021 at

UND History Professor Jim Mochoruk’s book on the topic wins Manitoba Historical Society award

Chandon Pierre is a rising junior at UND who's taking part in the University's Accelerated Bachelor's/J.D. Program. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

A duty to represent the underrepresented

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On a fast track to earn both a B.S. and a J.D. degree, Chandon Pierre vows to help people ‘through the work of law’

Remembering Tao Yu

Remembering Tao Yu

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UND community raises funds to help chemistry scholar’s parents attend funeral