Post Tagged with: "College of Education & Human Development"

Tuesday's University Council meeting highlighted University's achievements, legislative outcomes and the future of campus. Archival image.

UND named as a top school for online master’s degree in teaching

May 10, 2022 at

University achieves ranking held by only 6 percent of postsecondary institutions in 2022

Life as a Dakota woman lawyer

Life as a Dakota woman lawyer

April 7, 2022 at

On April 11, UND alum, law professor will discuss balancing two worlds

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

UND to offer North Dakota’s first esports bachelor’s degree

February 24, 2022 at

Students will study kinesiology, communication, business and computer science, among other topics, in pursuit of new degree

Second-grade teacher Lindsey James talks to her students at Badlands Elementary School in Watford City, N.D., James is a Burgum Scholar, part of a cohort of teachers whom the Burgum Foundation is helping to earn master's degrees. Photo by Milo Smith/UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

Burgum Scholars teach, work collaboratively toward advanced degrees

February 22, 2022 at

Teachers benefit from unique UND partnership program that helps them attain master’s degree

Eddie Faye (Petit) Gates

Gates joins UND pillars of civil rights

February 3, 2022 at

Eddie Faye Gates, renowned historian of 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre, died Dec. 9; deserves to be recognized among UND’s great alums

A UND basketball player practices alone on a fall day. UND archival photo.

Study: In coaches’ eyes, ‘mental game’ makes standout basketball players stand out

December 16, 2021 at

Players, take note: To coaches, attitude matters most, says UND’s Grant Tomkinson, senior author of study

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today

Bridge Fellowship connects students to STEM research

December 9, 2021 at

UND kinesiology major helps NASA determine if spacesuit has the Right Stuff for top astronaut performance

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today

Space Grant Consortium wants to boost student numbers

December 9, 2021 at

Fellowship Bridge Program offers student researchers out-of-this-world experience

Capt. Carl "Cully" Ekstrom with his P-47 Thunderbolt at the air base where he was stationed in England. Archive photo.

Boxer, UND graduate, fighter pilot – and ‘a good man’: The Cully Ekstrom story

November 9, 2021 at

Veterans Day tribute to Carl ‘Cully’ Ekstrom, a UND graduate who gave his life for his country during World War II

Rob Stupnisky and his counterparts at the College are intent on creating an environment for BEARS that involves faculty and students alike. By helping BEARS achieve its contract-to-contract objectives, students will have a solid understanding of research in the real world. UND archival image.

No longer hibernating, BEARS helps with education, social science research

November 2, 2021 at

Return of UND-based bureau will support College of Education and Human Development’s research mission

Grant Tomkinson (left). professor in the Department of Education, Health & Behavior Studies at UND, and Ryan McGrath, assistant professor in the Department of Health, Nutrition, and Exercise Sciences at North Dakota State University, have collaborated for years on a variety of sports medicine and kinesiology research projects. Photo of Ryan McGrath is courtesy of NDSU.

Research partnerships transcend UND-NDSU sports rivalry

August 10, 2021 at

Kinesiologists at North Dakota’s two largest universities find synergies in collaborating on, publishing research

VIDEO: Core values

VIDEO: Core values

July 13, 2021 at

President Armacost focuses on core values at UND, welcomes new provost

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

A slow but steady history: Gay rights at UND arcs toward justice

June 22, 2021 at

Jeff Maliskey’s dissertation will explore that history, from Thom Higgins in the 1960s to the 10 Percent Society in the 1980s and beyond

Helping New American families learn English via picture books

Helping New American families learn English via picture books

May 11, 2021 at

Collaborative project out of UND addresses English-learning needs of Grand Forks’ diverse immigrant and refugee population

Janie Schroeder, UND's first student to take on Teacher Education's accelerated degree programming, has spent most of her spring semester in a third-grade classroom at Phoenix Elementary. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

Teacher Education meets the moment

April 27, 2021 at

Online and accelerated teaching degrees get students into their careers faster, wherever the students are