Post Tagged with: "Discovery"

Jason Jensen, Political Science & Public Administration faculty member, and leader of the RIAS policy section, talks about UAS- and autonomous technology-related policy development at the recent RIAS Advisory Board meeting in Robin Hall. Jensen’s department is part of the UND College of Business & Public Administration. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Partnerships on the ‘RIAS’

November 21, 2017

Meeting of corporate and public-sector advisory boards unleashes ideas and opportunities for UAS collaboration

The University has the capacity to help solve rural issues, said Thomasine Heitkamp, a UND Professor in the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines,  who with grand challenge team members invited the federal representatives to campus for a UND Discovery grand challenge event earlier this week. Photo by Tyler Ingham/UND Today.

‘Speed dating’ for research

November 16, 2017

Thomasine Heitkamp heads up event helping feds and researchers address rural health and social issues

UND Aviation Professor Kim Kenville teaches all of UND’s airport management classes, and she directs the airport management degree program (with curriculum that combines aviation-related courses and classes in the College of Business & Public Administration); that program was launched in 1968. Image courtesy of Juan Pedraza.

Building the better airport — UND’s Kenville knows

November 16, 2017

Aviation professor regularly produces research for ongoing series for National Academies of Sciences

Riders on the storm

Riders on the storm

November 16, 2017

Atmospheric Sciences students fit in one last storm chase for 2017 before winter sets in

Advisors of the One UND Strategic Plan ship commander and UND President Mark Kennedy – including the President’s Cabinet, Strategic Plan goal captains and student representation – were called together Sept. 25 for a final review of the full project charter. The document defines the objectives and scope of the plan and contains a framework for analysis of the plan’s costs, resources and risks.

‘Good bones’ all part of master plan

November 9, 2017

Campus planners look to pull University together, preserve legacy of structures to meet current and future needs

Lt. Col. Jason Murphy's 20-plus year military path has taken him around the world on a full circle back to UND, where he currently serves as commander of the University's Reserve Officer Training Corps battalion. Image courtesy of  Lt. Col. Jason Murphy.

‘Welcome back, Colonel Murphy’

November 9, 2017

UND Army ROTC commander talks Veterans Day, leadership and return to alma mater

Creating cultural capital

Creating cultural capital

November 7, 2017

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

Nearly 200 students were pilots for a day in Walhalla, N.D., learning how to operate the controls of small unmanned aircraft systems. Image courtesy of Paul Snyder.

Northern exposure

November 2, 2017

UND takes world-class UAS program on the road to small, Canadian border school system for outreach initiative

: l-r Mohsen Riahi Manesh, Isfahan, Iran, PhD student; Michael Mullins, La Grande, OR, research enginee; Kyle Foerster, Pisek, ND, master’s student (Juan Pedraza photo)

On the forefront

November 2, 2017

UND Electrical Engineering team enjoying private-sector and federal support in mission to thwart cyber-attacks

l-r; Cross-campus collaboration with research being done with Brad Rundquist (Georgraphy) Cristina Oncea and Gary Schwartz (both Papulation Health) are researching radon exposure and the incidence of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) in North Dakota. Radon exposure causes about half the instances of lung cancer in the U.S.   (Jackie Lorentz photo/ UND Today)

Radon on the radar

October 31, 2017

UND Geography and the School of Medicine & Health Sciences team up to study cancer-causing possibilities of hidden gas prevalent in North Dakota

Leon Osborne (center), with his wife, Kathy, and son, John, enjoy a laugh during a tribute event for the Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at UND. More than 100 people attended the event for Osborne to celebrate his career and accomplishments. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Leon’s legacy

October 26, 2017

UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor Leon Osborne remembered as passionate weather pioneer

UND Wildlife Ecologist Susan Ellis-Felege (middle) receives a special certificate for her part as a presenter in the 2016-17 University Faculty Lecture Series. She is joined in the photo by College of Arts & Sciences' Dean Debbie Storrs and UND President Mark Kennedy. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

From nest to the skies

October 26, 2017

Wildlife Ecologist Susan Ellis-Felege presents her research at latest Faculty Lecture—showing science at its most active

UND has been working with the North Dakota University System’s Core Technology Services to replace aged equipment in the Data Center, which supports Campus Connection, Citrix virtual applications and other major computers systems.
Now the team’s focus is increasing the bandwidth between the Data Center and the buildings on campus. Archival photo.

Collaboration to build network capacity

October 26, 2017

University IT supports today’s connected student with major computer system upgrades

Arne Brekke

Everybody loves Arne

October 24, 2017

Steward of UND Norwegian history collection celebrates 90th birthday with milestone endowment gift

Powerful progress

Powerful progress

October 24, 2017

One UND Strategic Plan goal captains lay out early accomplishments of implementation teams