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Early Career Awards highlight research of budding scholars

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Last spring, UND’s Office of Research and Economic Development established the Early Career Scholars Program (ECSP), a project designed to kick-start the careers of researchers transitioning from Ph.D. and postdoc programs to full-time faculty. Hallie Chelmo and Bo Liang, College of Engineering & Mines faculty elected as Early Career Scholars, presented their findings and updates on future funding opportunities in front of an audience of their peers.

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Sen. Cramer speaks at UND’s National Security Fellowship Investiture Ceremony

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A group photo with senator Kevin Cramer

U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND), member of the Senate Armed Services Committee (SASC), joined University of North Dakota (UND) President Dr. Andrew Armacost to celebrate the establishment of the Mark and Claudia Thompson Endowed Faculty Fellowship in National Security. The investiture ceremony recognized the endowment’s first recipient, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Jeremiah Neubert. During […]

Students work on a lunar excavation robot in a simulation environment

Dig this: UND team places with top honors at NASA challenge

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Students work on a lunar excavation robot in a simulation environment

The University of North Dakota’s Lunabotics Team has once again demonstrated their exceptional problem-solving skills and dedication as they secured remarkable achievements at this year’s annual Lunabotics Challenge, organized by NASA. The student-led team clinched the second runner-up position, earning recognition for their ingenuity and technical expertise.

Minnkota engineers with UND students

Andrew Freeman Competition team takes the cake

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Minnkota engineers with UND students

In the spirit of making life a little sweeter, the winners of the 2023 Andrew Freeman Design Innovation Competition created a contraption called the “Batter Shaker,” which shakes cake batter on a platform to remove bubbles that cause voids in a cake. The four-person team of University of North Dakota (UND) engineering students responded to a request from a national company to develop the appliance. They impressed the competition sponsors at Minnkota with their simple ingenuity and teamwork and were awarded the $2,000 prize for demonstrating the innovative spirit of Minnkota’s first leader.

Students standing in front of design poster at expo

Future problem solvers at work

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Students standing in front of design poster at expo

Visitors to the Memorial Union Ballroom on Tuesday, May 2 might have encountered an electric bicycle zooming across their path, before noticing a large rocket standing in a corner, robotic devices, a small bridge and a race car simulator, among myriad other displays.