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Disability Awareness Day Educates the UND Community

Categories: Events, News, Research, Student Recognition

  Dr. Alan Bruce, CEO & Director of Universal Learning Systems, speaks at UND’s inaugural Disability Awareness Day. Photo by Kenya Zarns.    On Monday, March 18, 2024, UND hosted its first-ever Disability Awareness Day at the Memorial Union. The event was the brainchild of Dr. Lee Ann Williams, program director of Inclusive Rehabilitation Sciences […]

CEHD Students: It’s Great to Have You Back!

Categories: Events, Student Recognition

It’s Welcome Back Week at CEHD! We hope everyone had an amazing summer! Kudos to all of our new and returning students as you get ready to take on the challenge of a new semester. Whether you’re on campus or online, know that you have resources and support behind you every step of the way. You’ve […]

CEHD Celebrates Excellence in Educational Research

Categories: Events, Student Recognition

The annual CEHD Research Conference featured breaking research from UND faculty and students alike On May 16, 2023, a wealth of research and collected knowledge was all assembled in one ballroom in UND’s memorial union – in poster form. The College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) hosted their annual Research Conference, a celebration of […]

CEHD Celebrates: Steve Fiddler Fraser

Categories: News, Student Recognition

  Kudos to UND doctoral student Steve Fiddler Fraser (Metis Nation of Saskatchewanhewan #0172) for being awarded a $4,000 scholarship through Indspire‘s Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships, and Awards program! The scholarship, made possible through the support of Rob and Shirley Metka Bursary, is designated for First Nations, Inuit and Métis students across Canada to […]

Thanks to Technology, UND Graduate Students Link Classrooms 1,800 Miles Apart

Categories: News, Student Recognition

In a kindergarten classroom near Sacramento, CA a child practices reading Goldilocks and the Three Bears aloud. Sometime later and 1,800 miles away, a room full of kindergartners in Grand Forks, ND listen carefully to a digital recording of that child’s voice retelling the story to them. This scenario, which took place multiple times last […]