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Carrie Carpenter

Chasing challenges

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Carrie Carpenter

Building a lunar robot? Standing atop a wind tower? For Leader in Action Carrie Carpenter, such adventures are all in a college day’s work.

Team members and their advisor sit proudly on their constructed steel bridge.

UND’s Steel Bridge Team places among best in nation

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Team members and their advisor sit proudly on their constructed steel bridge.

Competing against formidable opponents from Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Ontario, the UND Steel Bridge Competition Team proved their prowess at the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Western Great Lakes Regional Competition, securing their ticket to the coveted National Finals.

UND, NDSU collaborative research projects announced

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Five research projects based in North Dakota have been awarded grants through the University Research Collaboration Program (URCP), funded by the Economic Diversification Research Funds (EDRF) appropriated during the 2023 North Dakota Legislative session.

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.

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.