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CISION PS Newswire OSR Announcement

Online Schools Report Publishes Ranking of Best Online Mechanical Engineering Master’s Degrees for 2019-2020

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CISION PS Newswire OSR Announcement

EUGENE, Ore., Jan. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Online Schools Report has released their ranking of the Best Online Mechanical Engineering Master’s Degrees. OSR, the new student resource site, based their ranking strictly on data, prioritizing the school’s ability to deliver an online education comparable to an on-campus degree. “It’s not rocket science.” …until it is! Mechanical Engineering is […]

Rachel Navarro, professor of counseling psychology

Jan. 22 – Faculty Lecture by Rachel Navarro will focus on diversifying engineering pathways

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Rachel Navarro, professor of counseling psychology

  The first Faculty Lecture of the semester will feature Rachel Navarro, professor of counseling psychology, who will present “Diversifying Engineering Pathways: Lessons Learned from Latinx Engineering Undergraduates and Workers,” at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, in Education Room 7. A 4 p.m. reception will precede the lecture. Navarro will be introduced by Beth Klemetsrud, […]

At UND, a group of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) students, are working in Guatemala to provide clean water to a village in need

A New Year’s Update from Guatemala

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At UND, a group of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) students, are working in Guatemala to provide clean water to a village in need

At UND, a group of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) students, led by mechanical engineer alum David Robinson, ’70, are working in Guatemala to provide clean water to a village in need. It all started nearly 20 years ago when Dr. Bernard Amadei, a professor of civil engineering at the University of Colorado Boulder, visited San […]

Pictured from left to right: Jared Keengwe, Cynthia Prescott, Helene Weldt-Basson and Forrest Ames are among the faculty who have written books in the last year. Also featured in the story, but not pictured here, is Sean Valentine.

Author! Author! Faculty research leads to new book publishing

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Pictured from left to right: Jared Keengwe, Cynthia Prescott, Helene Weldt-Basson and Forrest Ames are among the faculty who have written books in the last year. Also featured in the story, but not pictured here, is Sean Valentine.

Provost: Faculty authors advances UND’s reputation, inform teaching and contribute to understanding of the world UND Professor Jared Keengwe has been busy researching and writing, publishing a series of research handbooks on pedagogical models for next-generation teaching, research on global competencies, and virtual training and mentoring of online instructors. “Writing places us into the marketplace of ideas,” said Keengwe, professor […]

Vamegh Rasouli, University of North Dakota Department Chair and Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering, joins the show to talk about UND’s Petroleum Engineering Program

Energy Matters: Vamegh Rasouli, UND Department Chair & Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering

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Vamegh Rasouli, University of North Dakota Department Chair and Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering, joins the show to talk about UND’s Petroleum Engineering Program

  Vamegh Rasouli, University of North Dakota Department Chair and Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering, joins the show to talk about UND’s Petroleum Engineering Program. Professor Rasouli is currently in Algeria providing expert consultation for Algeria’s petroleum engineering industry.   Written By: Chris Larson | December 21, 2019 [Article from AM1100 The Flag: https://www.am1100theflag.com/news/13246-energy-matters-vamegh-rasouli-und-department-chair-and-continental-resources]

UND Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Feng “Frank” Xiao

Feng “Frank” Xiao Receives Excellence in Review Award from ACS Journal Environmental Science & Technology Letters

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UND Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering Feng “Frank” Xiao

Civil Engineering assistant professor, Dr. Feng “Frank” Xiao, was recently recognized by the American Chemical Society (ACS) as a 2019 excellent reviewer for his “extraordinary efforts to provide consistently scholarly and timely reviews on a large number of manuscripts.” Dr. Xiao serves as reviewers for peer-reviewed manuscripts submitted to Environmental Science & Technology Letters (ES&T […]

UND team “1 is not a prime number” pictured above: Cory Haas, David Hinschberger, and Drew Afshari

UND Team takes 2nd at 2019 ICPC

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UND team “1 is not a prime number” pictured above: Cory Haas, David Hinschberger, and Drew Afshari

ICPC Contest Results: Our UND team competing in the 2019 International Collegiate Programming Contest (north central NA regional) on November 9 took second place out of 17 teams competing at the Fargo site! The team “1 is not a prime number” placed 31st overall out of 180 teams for the entire region.   Congratulations!   Final results […]

Back at UND for a second time, Colin Sabie is now studying mechanical engineering

Leaders in Action: The journey back to UND

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Back at UND for a second time, Colin Sabie is now studying mechanical engineering

A U.S. Army veteran pursuing mechanical engineering, Colin Sabie returned to UND after six years of service   When Colin Sabie – fresh out of high school – first arrived at the University of North Dakota a decade ago, he felt unready for college. “I didn’t declare a major, I didn’t put the work that […]

Charlie Gorecki, left, CEO of the UND Energy & Environmental Research Center, and Tom Erickson, director of the State Energy Research Center, are pursuing their Ph.D. degrees under a University initiative to provide continuing education opportunities for employees

Helping workers earn their degrees

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Charlie Gorecki, left, CEO of the UND Energy & Environmental Research Center, and Tom Erickson, director of the State Energy Research Center, are pursuing their Ph.D. degrees under a University initiative to provide continuing education opportunities for employees

On campus and off, UND seeks to broaden employee education Online education and a willingness to be flexible are enabling the University of North Dakota to provide opportunities for advanced degrees and education, not only for employees of the University, but also for workers for companies and other organizations near and far. What began as […]