College of Engineering & Mines

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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 […]

Dr. Chuck Staben, Dr. Laurie A. Stenberg Nichols, Dr. Andrew P. Armacost, Dr. Paul J. Tikalsky, Dr. Robert J. Marley and Dr. David V. Rosowsky will be appearing on campus throughout November as candidates for the position of President of the University of North Dakota

Campus and community forums set for UND presidential candidates

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Dr. Chuck Staben, Dr. Laurie A. Stenberg Nichols, Dr. Andrew P. Armacost, Dr. Paul J. Tikalsky, Dr. Robert J. Marley and Dr. David V. Rosowsky will be appearing on campus throughout November as candidates for the position of President of the University of North Dakota

Six candidates will visit campus between Nov. 12 and 21 From left to right, top to bottom: Dr. Chuck Staben, Dr. Laurie A. Stenberg Nichols, Dr. Andrew P. Armacost, Dr. Paul J. Tikalsky, Dr. Robert J. Marley and Dr. David V. Rosowsky will be appearing on campus throughout November as candidates for the position of […]

Brian Tande, interim Dean of UND's College of Engineering & Mines

UND Engineering growing in enrollment, collaborations

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Brian Tande, interim Dean of UND's College of Engineering & Mines

  Enrollment in UND’s College of Engineering and Mines is on the rise, as are cross-campus collaborations. Total headcount for CEM is 1,889 students this fall. It eclipsed the aerospace school by about 100 students this year and is now the second largest college behind UND’s College of Arts and Science. But interim dean Brian […]

Forthcoming contracts will provide jobs that will have ripple effects on UND and Northland Community and Technical College as graduates will be in demand. Northrop Grumman’s Grand Sky facility will benefit from potential contracts from the United States Air Force

Northrop Grumman deal with U.S. Air Force potentially worth billions

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Forthcoming contracts will provide jobs that will have ripple effects on UND and Northland Community and Technical College as graduates will be in demand. Northrop Grumman’s Grand Sky facility will benefit from potential contracts from the United States Air Force

Forthcoming contracts will provide jobs that will have ripple effects on UND and Northland Community and Technical College as graduates will be in demand. Northrop Grumman’s Grand Sky facility will benefit from potential contracts from the United States Air Force. Submitted photo   Northrop Grumman announced in early October that it has a new deal […]

Wind turbines in sunflower field at Wilton

Unique, high-potential technology to be developed at UND

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Wind turbines in sunflower field at Wilton

ELF Technology to develop oil filtration system with UND College of Engineering & Mines ELF Technology, which is working with the UND College of Engineering & Mines, sees the wind energy industry as a major market for its oil filtration technology. Photo courtesy of North Dakota Tourism.   A new technology is coming to North […]

Outside of the front doors of Upson I, College of Engineering. Search panel named for Dean of Engineering & Mines

Dean search begins

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Outside of the front doors of Upson I, College of Engineering. Search panel named for Dean of Engineering & Mines

Search panel named for dean of Engineering & Mines The search for a new dean of the College of Engineering & Mines has begun. Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost Thomas DiLorenzo has announced that Brad Rundquist, dean of Arts & Sciences, will chair the search committee to fill the permanent deanship in the […]

UND ranked #5 Best Online Engineering Bachelor’s Degree Programs for 2020

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For many working adults, an online engineering degree is the logical next step in their career. Adults who have been working for some time in fields like technology, construction, and similar areas with just a high school diploma or associate’s degree may find that their career potential is stunted. An online bachelor’s degree in engineering or engineering […]

UND awarded $6.5 million to extract rare earth elements from North Dakota lignite coal. Nolan Theaker holds rare earth elements extracted from North Dakota lignite

Rare earth project has national security potential

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UND awarded $6.5 million to extract rare earth elements from North Dakota lignite coal. Nolan Theaker holds rare earth elements extracted from North Dakota lignite

UND awarded $6.5 million to extract rare earth elements from North Dakota lignite coal Nolan Theaker holds rare earth elements extracted from North Dakota lignite. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.   At one time, North Dakota’s lignite coal deposits were considered a liability because they didn’t burn “clean.” Today, they’re an asset that could lead […]

ND Lt. Governor Brent Sanford visited with CEM leadership. Pictured with Lt. Governor Brent Sanford: Brian Tande, interim dean, Michael Mann, Director IES, William Semke, Chair, ME, Ryan Adams, Director SEECS

ND Lt. Governor Brent Sanford visited with CEM leadership.

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ND Lt. Governor Brent Sanford visited with CEM leadership. Pictured with Lt. Governor Brent Sanford: Brian Tande, interim dean, Michael Mann, Director IES, William Semke, Chair, ME, Ryan Adams, Director SEECS

ND Lt. Governor Brent Sanford visited with CEM leadership.  Discussions highlighting our expansion and growth of students, programs and footprint all leading to CEM now being the 2nd largest college at UND. Pictured with Lt. Governor Brent Sanford: Brian Tande, interim dean, Michael Mann, Director IES, William Semke, Chair, ME, Ryan Adams, Director SEECS.