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Jeffrey Anvari-Clark

Finances and Behavioral Health

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Jeffrey Anvari-Clark

The future of health care starts at the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines as we prepare the next generation of social workers, nutritionists, dietitians, and nurses. As part of an ongoing series, we invited UND Social Work faculty Jeffrey Anvari-Clark, PhD, MA, LMSW, to supply some comments on his perspective on current health issues. […]

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 […]

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). […]

Social Interaction Promotes Mental Hygiene

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The future of health care starts at the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines as we prepare the next generation of social workers, nutritionists, dietitians, and nurses. May is a time to raise awareness, reduce the stigma, and highlight how mental illness and addiction can affect all of us – patients, providers, families, and our […]

Celebrating CNPD Staff Milestones & Awards

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The 2023 Staff Recognition Luncheon and Awards Ceremony, honoring staff with anniversaries of continuous years of service to the University of North Dakota, was held on Tuesday, May 9, in the UND Memorial Union. We are proud to recognize these staff members who have achieved major employment milestones! Staff Meritorious Award Congratulations to Angie Novak, who received […]

2023 CNPD Research & Scholarship Day | Online Submissions

Categories: Research, Upcoming Events

Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty from the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines presented their research and other scholarly activities in Social Work, Nursing, and Nutrition & Dietetics. Part of the event was held in person at the Memorial Union. Below are video submissions from online students. VIEW 2023 CATALOG Video Presentations from Distance […]

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CNPD Research News: April 2023

Categories: News, Research

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CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Frank Johnson on his recent publication! Johnson, F., Jr, RedCloud, A., Mootz, J., Hallgren, K.A., Elliot, K., Alexander, C., Aanji’bide Community Action Board, & Greenfield, B. L. (2023). Community member perspectives on adapting the cascade of care for opioid use disorder for a tribal nation in the United States. Addiction, 10.1111/add.16184. […]

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Field Work: The capstone of UND’s Social Work education

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Field Education is the capstone of a social work education at the University of North Dakota. It provides an exciting opportunity to integrate what students have learned in the classroom into social work practice at both the generalist and advanced generalist levels. UND partners with numerous regional field agency sites to provide student fieldwork experiences. A […]

Chantel Vazquez joins RAIN

Categories: RAIN

At UND, Chantel Vazquez saw the value of the RAIN program and the impact it has on American Indian students. For over 30 years, the Recruitment & Retention of American Indians into Nursing (RAIN) program at UND has been guiding and supporting American Indian nursing students. Of the American Indian Registered Nurses in North Dakota, 79% are […]

Alumni Spotlight: Vinnie Roehr, M.S.W.

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Alumni Spotlight: Vinnie Roehr M.S.W. 2018 After completing his BSSW, Vinnie Roehr moved home to the Mandan Hidatsa Arikara Nation and started working in child welfare. Soon after, he entered the University of North Dakota’s Master’s in Social Work program as a NCWWI (National Child Welfare Workforce Initiative) Scholar. “I worked full time during this process, […]