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DoD gives UND $1 million to research advanced materials

Project represents an area UND research leaders are prioritizing A proposal for “An Ecosystem for High Performance Defense Sensitive Materials Research at University of North Dakota” has been recommended for sponsorship by the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR). The $1-million award, which…

UND Civil Engineering Newsletter – 2022 Edition

A partnership with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, record enrollment numbers, outstanding student achievements, faculty excellence in leadership… there are just so many amazing things that have happened in UND’s civil engineering department over this last year! Check out the department’s biggest stories in…

He dares to dream

Steve Martin, ’89 Since he was a child, Steve Martin, ’89, has dreamed of becoming many things: a mechanical engineer, an entrepreneur and a philanthropist to his community. Thanks to a lot of hard work and his time at the University of North Dakota, Steve…

Gifts to go the extra mile

Kevin, ’72, & Kathie Kiefer Kevin Kiefer never got the chance to attend graduate school, but today he’s making it his mission to be sure other aspiring engineers do. “My main advice to students would be to stay after undergrad and get their master’s degree….

Two UND students named 2022 Goldwater scholars

Sydney Menne (left), a UND junior, and UND sophomore Sabrina Sullivan are winners of the 2022 Goldwater scholarships. The scholarships are meant to foster and encourage outstanding students to pursue research careers in the fields of the natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics.   Sydney Menne…

UND researcher wins NSF CAREER award

Taufique Mahmood recognized as especially promising geologist who’s now early in his career An NSF CAREER proposal by Taufique Mahmood received more than $440,000 from the National Science Foundation. Mahmood is an associate professor in the Harold Hamm School of Geology & Geological Engineering at…

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