Post Tagged with: "Engagement"

UND's 2018 Sioux Award honorees (from left to right) Lauris Molbert, Mary (Muehlen) Maring, Phil Jackson, Jeanne Crain and Michael Lodoen. Images compiled by Dima Williams/UND Today.

In their own words

September 20, 2018

NBA coaching legend Phil Jackson headlines outstanding group of alumni up for Sioux Award –University’s most prestigious honor

A vintage, undated black-and-white photo of the J. LLoyd Stone Alumni Center (formerly the Oxford House, the first President's home on campus) during the holidays. The old house will be the recipient of a $3-million gift from the Hal and Kathleen Gershman family to renovate it into a new engagement center for graduate and international students. The gift also will be eligible for a state matching grant.

$3M gift set in ‘Stone’

September 20, 2018

Gershman Family donation poses new use for first President’s House as engagement center for grad, international students

Tom DiLorenzo

Legislative updates, IT plans and campus happenings highlight first Provost Forum

September 20, 2018

Provost also cites progress in experiential learning and partnerships that put UND student interns downtown

UND Art Collections Manager and Curator Sarah Heitkamp holds Balloon Shadows, a pastel piece created by Jackie McElroy-Edwards in 1982. The piece is one of 25 uniquely framed by Heitkamp’s Art Collections team for an upcoming exhibit of McElroy-Edwards’ work. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Brought into frame

September 20, 2018

UND Art Collections to exhibit works by former faculty member Jackie McElroy-Edwards in downtown gallery

Casey Ozak (right)i, a faculty fellow for inclusive excellence and associate professor in the UND Department of Teaching & Learning, alongside Dara Faul, assocaite director of the UND Teaching Transformationand Development Academy (TTaDA) engage in discussion during a recent TTaDA meeting on campus. The leadership of TTaDA has developed a series of informational events to help and support working professional women on campus. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Voices of strength

September 20, 2018

Women’s Leadership Series fills a need while meeting UND strategic goals

UND remembers

UND remembers

September 13, 2018

UND ROTC holds annual tribute to those lost in the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, and the wars that followed

UND Provost Tom DiLorenzo (center) and Athletics Director Bill Chaves were among the administrators who volunteered to dish up pie and ice cream Wednesday for UND's celebration of State Employee Recognition Week. Angie Holkesvig chaired the UND Staff Senate committee that planned the week-long celebration. Photo by David Dods/UND Today.

Perfect day for pie – and more

September 13, 2018

Provost, Athletics Director among others serve up treats at ‘Sweet Tooth Social’ for State employee week

Friends of UND Hockey are a dedicated breed of fanatic, but the members of REA Suite 220 take it to another level, The group has been raisi9ng thousands each year to help fun UND student-athletes summer school education, in memory of one of their own, Todd Larson, who passed away. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Honoring fallen fan by helping the team

September 13, 2018

Annual UND Fan Fest lets UND Hockey embrace its faithful, and for four years, REA’s Suite 220 has been returning the salute

Walk of the immigrants

Walk of the immigrants

September 13, 2018

Speaker Saul Flores puts UND students in shoes of Latin Americans journeying to the United States

Babcock Hall, UND's oldest academic building, is one of three campus structures slated for renovation and repurposing, pending approval by the State Board of Higher Education.

New leases on life

September 11, 2018

University rolls out proposals for renovation and restoration of century-old campus sentinels

Provost Tom DiLorenzo at the Budget Forum on April 4, 2017.
 (Jackie Lorentz photo)

Keep in the know

September 11, 2018

Provost fora offer opportunity to ask questions about campus priorities; next one set for Thursday

Kathryn Kester, executive director for Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals, was one of many community organizers making a 750-foot Longest Table possible. The event brings people together to have conversations about the community; last Wednesday over 700 people showed up downtown, including many from UND. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Seat at the table

September 11, 2018

UND-City relationship top of mind as community organizers bring ‘Longest Table’ to Grand Forks

First developed at UND in 2003 and overhauled a decade later through a grant partnership with the University of Missouri and the University of Washington, IPHC teaches communication and collaboration to students from eight different disciplines. Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Connected in care

September 11, 2018

Course — started at UND — puts eight health care disciplines in same room in challenging scenarios to foster collaboration

Hail to the heroes

Hail to the heroes

September 11, 2018

Greek Life at UND never sounded so good as Kappa Sigma hosts concert to help veterans at University Park

This past summer was UND second-year medical student Mariah Star Cooper’s last chance to unwind before beginning hospital rotations in the summer of 2019. Instead, she elected to head off to an intense internship at Harvard Medical School and do what she loves – research. Image courtesy of Mariah Star Cooper.

Ivy inspirations

September 6, 2018

UND INMED student Mariah Star Cooper recounts summer internship with Harvard Medical School