There are several strategic objectives embedded within the Learning core value, and UND’s Biomedical Engineering program is creatively engaging with them – by standing the traditional model of “learning” on its head.
National Science Foundation’s Global Centers Competition award funds research to build sustainable energy infrastructure for Indigenous peoples around the world UND archival image. A team of UND researchers has received $250,000 in funding to develop the plans needed to successfully launch the Energy Sovereignty for Indigenous Peoples (ESIP) Global Center (GC). Funding for the two-year […]
U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND), member of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), joined University of North Dakota (UND) President Dr. Andrew Armacost to celebrate the establishment of the Mark and Claudia Thompson Endowed Faculty Fellowship in National Security. The investiture ceremony recognized the endowment’s first recipient, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Jeremiah Neubert. During […]
Civil engineering professionals across North Dakota come together at UND to support the next generation of leaders in their field
Dr. Robert Baldwin, Principal Scientist and Group Manager at the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, will be holding an information session on Tuesday, Sept. 12 starting at 5:15 p.m. in Harrington Hall Room 324.
In a collaborative effort to tackle nursing challenges and burnout, the Future of Nursing (FuN) Bootcamp took place from August 7th to 11th at the University of North Dakota’s BioInnovation Zone (BiZ) in Columbia Hall. This event brought together students and faculty members from three universities to brainstorm, innovate, and develop solutions that hold the potential to reshape the nursing landscape.
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For Graduate Students in Civil and Environmental Engineering.
With a dedication to pioneering solutions for gas and water separation, as well as cutting-edge advancements in biomedical materials and tissue engineering, this group is shaping the future of technology, industry, and healthcare.
The biggest stories, news, and updates from the UND College of Engineering & Mines are now available to read online.
“We are confident that increasing connections to employers and providing opportunities to learn engineering by working on real-world problems will help attract more students into the profession,” says Brian Tande, Dean of the College of Engineering & Mines.