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National Public Radio Political Correspondent Mara Liasson was the keynote speaker of the 13th Olafson Ethics Symposium, hosted by the College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA) and sponsored by alumnus Bob Olafson and SEI Investments. Olafson established the series to foster student and community discussions of professional and personal ethics.Liasson was the keynote speaker of the 13th Olafson Ethics Symposium, hosted by the College of Business & Public Administration (CoBPA) and sponsored by alumnus Bob Olafson and SEI Investments. Olafson established the series to foster student and community discussions of professional and personal ethics.

Fake news, real talk

November 9, 2017

NPR political journalist Mara Liasson urges balanced public discourse in annual UND ethics symposium

Creating cultural capital

Creating cultural capital

November 7, 2017

Entrepreneurship expert presents creative business education ideas to UND and community leaders

Cultural connections through Accounting

Cultural connections through Accounting

November 2, 2017

Mike Hendrickson’s ‘Ethics and Self Responsibility’ course bring out human side of numbers-crunching

Under a revised plan, the Center will have a set of new service lines focused on student experiential learning and internships, as well as support for entrepreneurs and new business ventures in the form of space, business planning, research support, mentorship, relationship building and more.

New era at Center for Innovation

October 10, 2017

Revamped mission offers path to stronger collaborations with campus, students and business community

Mellem Business Symposium (left to right) College of Business & Public Adminstration Interim Dean Steve Light; Eric Trueblood, Jules Kotrba and Al Royse.   (Jackie Lorentz photo/UND Today)

Tailored for business

October 10, 2017

Mellem Business Symposium panelists share experiences and advice with UND’s next Leaders in Action

Chris Dougherty got his undergraduate engineering degree at the South Dakota School of Mines. But come the end of the year, he’ll officially be a part of the UND family, as he graduates with his MBA from the College of Business and Public Administration (CoBPA) – achieved completely online.  Image courtesy of Chris Dougherty.

Cheering, learning and connecting

October 3, 2017

UND fan pursues online MBA, fosters University student connections with John Deere Electronic Solutions

Eye of the ‘Fed’

Eye of the ‘Fed’

October 3, 2017

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis CEO Neel Kashkari drew a packed house for UND’s latest Eye of the Hawk lecture

Latest Eye of the Hawk lecturer Neel Kaskari has led the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis since January 2016. There, he oversees operations of the bank and serves on the Federal Open Market Committee as a key player in monetary policy in Washington, D.C. Photo by Tyler Ingahm.

Dollars and sense

September 26, 2017

Latest ‘Eye of the Hawk’ lecture features Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank CEO for packed house discussion on economic policy

UND announced the formation of a search committee this week – led by Cindy Juntunen, Dean of the College of Education and Human Development – to find a new dean for the CoBPA. The helmsperson will replace Margaret Williams, who left the post this spring. UND's CoBPA was rated 216 out of 250 ranked schools in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report’s list of Best Undergraduate Business Programs, making it the only ranked program in the state.

Building on business excellence

September 19, 2017

UND College of Business and Public Administration launches dean search amid year of successes

Though Forsberg actually graduated from UND with a degree in Air Traffic Control, he attributes a great deal of his success to entrepreneurship classes he took along the way. Those classes and a chance meeting gave him the confidence to invent a product that clearing the air in coffee shops around the region. Photo courtesy of Averi Haugesaug.

Breath of fresh air

May 30, 2017

UND alumnus brews up a business venture after a bout with coffee breath

Longtime UND Center for Innovation Director Bruce Gjovig (left) shows off a UAS platform used by SkySkopes, one of  26 UAS-related startup businesses that call the Center for Innovation home. Gjovig is joined by SkySkopes CFO Dan Daffinrud (center) and the company's CEO, Matt Dunlevy. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Funneling the UAS flock

April 27, 2017

Growing number of UAS-related companies use UND Center for Innovation for coaching and collaboration

Retiring UND Center for Innovation Director Bruce Gjovig says he'll miss working with students them most when he officially leaves his post this month.  Photo by Shawna Schill.

UND’s resident entrepreneur Bruce Gjovig bids farewell

April 27, 2017

Center for Innovation founder retiring but says he’ll remain close by

Dale Morrison, who had held executive positions at several Fortune 500 companies over the years,  addresses a crowd at a recently UND leadership summit that bears his name. He is a UND College of Business & Public Administration alumnus and co-founder of the private equity firm TriPointe Capital Partners. Photo by Shawna Schill.

Shape of leadership

April 25, 2017

UND student trailblazers engage with alumni and community leaders during Morrison Leadership Summit

(Left to right) Andrew Allen joins Greg Syrup and Kevin Lunke as teh current leadership team behind the Dakota Venture Group—the first and only fully student-run venture fund in the nation. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Real money, real results

April 25, 2017

UND student-run Dakota Venture Group celebrates 10 years of developing the state’s next private equity leaders

U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., the featured speaker for this year’s Frank Wenstrom Lecture at the University of North Dakota’s Gorecki Alumni Center, spent more than an hour Tuesday night taking his audience on a philosophical ride through the history of American politics. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Cramer waxes philosophical between hot topics

April 13, 2017

North Dakota Congressman reflects on early days of his political activism, Republican dominance in state and his support of President Trump