College of Engineering & Mines

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Marymount University partners with UND College of Engineering & Mines to expand STEM opportunities for students

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Marymount expanding STEM opportunities for students through newly-available engineering degree programs Leadership from Marymount University has secured an agreement which will allow its students to earn an undergraduate engineering degree for the first time in the school’s history. Engineering degree options that will be available to Marymount students include the subfields of chemical, civil, electrical, […]

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Three candidates for the Dean of the College of Engineering & Mines position selected to participate in campus interviews

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Three candidates for the Dean of the College of Engineering & Mines position have been selected to participate in campus interviews.   Students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members are invited and encouraged to attend the following open forums. CVs for each candidate can be found here. The open forum schedule follows. Joseph Iannelli, Monday, Feb. 24, […]

Michael D. Mann is executive director of the Institute for Energy Studies at UND’s College of Engineering and Mines

Michael D. Mann: Coal must remain in energy mix

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Michael D. Mann is executive director of the Institute for Energy Studies at UND’s College of Engineering and Mines

In an era of fracking for oil and natural gas and growth in solar and wind power, who knew the plain old coal plant could have value in a carbon-constrained world? And yet, coal generation has turned out to be a surprising bright spot in energy tech’s universe of late. Evidence of that came in […]

Marie Bergelin, GGE graduate student places 2nd at 3-Minute Thesis Competition

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  It’s the art of making research compelling. Three minutes. One graphic. On Wednesday, Jan. 29, UND graduate students condensed years of work into a three-minute talk at the fourth annual Three Minute Thesis competition, at the Gorecki Alumni Center. College of Engineering & Mines’ student Marie Bergelin, took second-place at the competition. Marie is […]

Vamegh Rasouli, chair of UND Petroleum Engineering, stands by the oil derrick which will soon be installed in a new drilling lab.

Petroleum Engineering Department to host world’s largest oil drilling simulator

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Vamegh Rasouli, chair of UND Petroleum Engineering, stands by the oil derrick which will soon be installed in a new drilling lab.

The University of North Dakota will soon host the world’s largest – and only – full scale oil drilling and completion lab. “This drilling and completion laboratory, when fully completed, will be a $40-million experimental facility that does not exist anywhere else in the world,” said Vamegh Rasouli, Continental Resources Distinguished Professor of Petroleum Engineering and […]

Hess Supports Senior Design, Mechanical Engineering

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The intelligent Pipeline Integrity Program (iPIPE) is an industry-led consortium whose focus is to contribute to the advancement of near-commercial, emerging technologies to prevent and detect gathering pipeline leaks. The program is a direct response to North Dakota Governor Burgum’s May 2017 challenge to industry to think outside the box and apply new technology to […]

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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, […]