College of Engineering & Mines

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Exploring Alternative Fluids for Enhanced Geothermal Recovery

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Nigerian PhD student Ibukun Ojo is breaking new ground in energy research. From petroleum to geothermal studies, his story embodies a dedication to sustainability and innovation. Exploring Alternative Fluids for Enhanced Geothermal Recovery Ibukun Ojo is a first-year PhD student from Nigeria in the Department of Energy and Petroleum Engineering at the University of North […]

All was not lost in the fire

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International graduate student finds genuine compassion through homeless program co-administered by UND’s TRIO programs.

A vision into the potential of hybrid wind-solar systems in North Dakota

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Toluwase Omojiba, a second-year graduate student at the University of North Dakota, has embarked on the transformative journey to explore the viability of hybrid wind-solar systems for residential applications in North Dakota. A vision into the potential of hybrid wind-solar systems in North Dakota Toluwase Omojiba, a second-year graduate student at the University of North […]

Summer view of UND campus

CEM Faculty: CEM Teaching Council Summer Teaching Development Program

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Summer view of UND campus

A summer stipend of $1000 will be available to participate in the CEM Teaching Council Summer Teaching Development Program for up to 12 individuals. The focus this summer is student engagement for campus and online students. Applications are due by Friday May 10.

Happy first birthday, National Science Foundation’s Innovation Corps

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The April 11 event featured several speakers, with Wayne Seames, a Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of Chemical Engineering at UND, serving as emcee. Seames, who also serves as the I-Corps grant faculty leader, introduced the members of the UND I-Corps team. They include Lead Instructor Amy Whitney, director of the Center for Innovation; Site Coordinator Sona Lesmeister, entrepreneur coach and start-up specialist at the Center for Innovation; and Grant Project Principal Investigator Brian Tande, dean of the UND College of Engineering & Mines.

Chioma Onwumelu and Moones Alamooti

The joy of discovery, friendship, and rocks

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Chioma Onwumelu and Moones Alamooti

Chioma Onwumelu and Moones Alamooti have quite a few things in common with one another. The two women have graduated from the College of Engineering & Mines, both work at the University of North Dakota as researchers, and each has a passion for spreading awareness and inspiration for their profession. Now, they have another thing in common: they’ve written an exciting new children’s book together.