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VIDEO: Vaccine Town Hall

VIDEO: Vaccine Town Hall

December 2, 2021 at

UND leaders answer faculty and staff questions about vaccines, boosters and the federal vaccine mandate

Hard work, rewarded

Hard work, rewarded

November 23, 2021 at

National Scholarship Ceremony recognizes nine high-achieving students from UND

UND archival image.

Embracing social media in academia

November 18, 2021 at

Marketing & Communications is seeking a pilot group of about five faculty members to start working together in Spring 2022

VIDEO: Student & Family Town Hall

VIDEO: Student & Family Town Hall

November 9, 2021 at

Campus leaders answer questions about vaccine mandates, student conduct at hockey games and pronoun use, among other topics

VIDEO: Faculty & Staff Town Hall

VIDEO: Faculty & Staff Town Hall

November 9, 2021 at

Questions about vaccine mandates, recruiting international students and accreditation are among those asked and answered during the Town Hall

Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Dazzling Union, state-of-the-art Library, new era at UND

October 26, 2021 at

With ceremonies marking Chester Fritz Library’s Grand Reopening and Memorial Union’s Dedication, new chapter in UND’s history begins

Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

Meeting the UAS workforce challenge

October 19, 2021 at

At the UAS Summit & Expo, top executives including NDUS Chancellor Mark Hagerott gave their recruiting-and-retention ideas

President Armacost and Provost Link seek Task Force feedback

President Armacost and Provost Link seek Task Force feedback

October 19, 2021 at

Comments sought on Final Report of the Task Force on the Future of Education at UND

Photo by Tom Dennis/UND Today.

Access, collaboration and (especially) retention

October 14, 2021 at

Those are the stars college administrators should steer by as they navigate rough demographic seas, Eye of the Hawk lecturer Nathan Grawe said at UND

Prevention peers Jacey Spaeth (left) and Adelyn Emter hang T-shirts for the North Dakota Clothesline Project on Monday in the UND Memorial Union’s Ballroom 214. The exhibit continues from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Friday. A Take Back the Night Rally will coincide with the Clothesline Project at 7 p.m. Thursday in Ballroom 220. A public social hour will precede that event at 6 p.m. in Ballroom 214. Photo by Janelle Vonasek/UND Today.

Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night events aim to end domestic, sexual violence

October 12, 2021 at

Victims tell stories of heartbreak, hope and healing

Image courtesy of Career Impact Academy/Grand Forks EDC.

UND steps up to support Career Impact Academy

October 7, 2021 at

With active role in planning and development, UND is eager to help create career and technical education center

In addition to boasting the highest enrollment of new freshmen in three years, UND also announced recently that this year's class of new freshmen, as a group, tied the all-time high record for average high school GPA, at 3.55, first set by last year's class of new freshman. Photo by Shawna Schill.

UND moves enrollment needle forward for third year in row

September 28, 2021 at

University tallies include 9-percent uptick in new freshmen students compared with 2020 Census Day count

UND archival image.

President’s letter: Waking up to vital developments at UND

September 28, 2021 at

Wake Up to UND, NASA recognizes Pablo De Leon, and Suicide Prevention Awareness Month are among topics on president’s mind

President Armacost addresses national conference on campus sexual assault & harassment

President Armacost addresses national conference on campus sexual assault & harassment

September 7, 2021 at

UND’s ‘highly effective’ programs can serve as model, says Armacost, alongside other speakers including U.S. Secretary of Defense

New UND students file into the area in front of the Chester Fritz Library for the traditional new freshmen photo, during Welcome Weekend 2021, Aug. 21, 2021. UND photo.

A good first-day showing

August 31, 2021 at

UND see increases in overall enrollment, as well as new freshmen and graduate students on Day 1