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CNPD Research News: January 2024

Categories: News, Research

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Please remember to submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. CNPD Research and Scholarship Day, May 1, 2024 10 a.m. – 1p.m. | Memorial Union Ballroom We want you! CNPD students are encouraged to participate in a day celebrating research, collaboration, scholarship, and creative activities. Eligible Participants CNPD students and […]

CNPD Research News: October 2023

Categories: News, Research

Submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Dr. Carenlee Barkdull for being awarded a new grant, North Dakota Child Welfare Best Practices Partnership! Please see the link for the article on this new grant! Congratulations to Dean Maridee Shogren on her publication! Scott, K. A., […]

CNPD Research News: September 2023

Categories: News, Research

Please remember to submit research updates and accomplishments to the CNPD Research Office email at und.cnpd.research.office@und.edu. Announcements Welcome Back College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines Faculty, Students, and Staff from the CNPD Research Office! To keep everyone updated on the news about your research success, upcoming funding, or research opportunities, we plan to send a monthly […]

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UND SMHS & CNPD celebrate Healthcare Simulation Week

Categories: News, Upcoming Events

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The medical simulation teams at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences (SMHS) and College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines (CNPD) are celebrating Simulation in Healthcare Week 2023 with a series of events Sept. 18-22, including open houses for both programs’ medical simulation facilities on the UND campus. The largest and most active center […]

RAIN program receives Rural Health ‘Excellence in DEI’ Award

Categories: News, RAIN

Half of all American Indian registered nurses in North Dakota are RAIN Program graduates, the program reports Earlier in June, UND’s RAIN or Recruitment & Retention of American Indians into Nursing program received the Rural Health ‘Excellence in DEI’ Award at the 38th Annual Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health. Accepting the award are […]

Update | Master of Science in Nutrition Program

Categories: News

Our graduate program continues to evolve as the field of nutrition changes. We applied to become partners with the American Nutrition Association for the Certified Nutrition Specialist (CNS) credential. This partnership will help us support and welcome students who seek the CNS and wish to complete their educational requirements at UND. We will add one […]

CNPD Research News: May 2023

Categories: News, Research

CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Dr. Desiree Tande and Professor Erin Lauckner on being awarded funding for their grant “Campus Farmers Market to Promote Gardening, Healthy Eating, and Increase Food Insecurity Awareness”. Congratulations to Dr. Yi-Ping Hsieh on her recent publications and conference presentation: Lee, Y. S., Roh, S., Hsieh, Y. P., & Park, Y. (2023). […]

N&D Chair’s Update, Summer 2023

Categories: News

Department Chair Desiree Tande updates us on faculty positions, program updates, research activities, and collaboration efforts at the CNPD. Brenna Swanson and Dr. Nathaniel (Thanny) Johnson joined the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics (N&D) in full-time faculty positions fall semester of 2022. Brenna brings expertise in several areas, including health coaching/counseling and medical nutrition therapy, […]

Dean’s Message for Nutrition & Dietetics Newsletter

Categories: News

Every day I am amazed by our College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines alumni and students! Our 2023 graduating classes from Nursing, Nutrition & Dietetics, and Social Work were no exception. It was such a pleasure to attend their respective banquets, pinning, and commencement programs and learn about their future plans.  Every single student was […]