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Senior Shares his Experience Attending a Supply Change Challenge

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Senior Shares his Experience Attending the RAMS Operations Stimulus Supply Change Challenge Jackson Feller is a Senior from Grand Forks, ND majoring in Operation & Supply Chain Management. He has always loved UND and has had a strong connection with the University as his mom works in the Career Services office. Attending UND “made sense […]

Making an Impact Beyond the Classroom

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Anna Roaldson has made an impact beyond the classroom through her involvement in non-profit organizations. Get to know this servant leader and how she has shaped lives both in her community, state, and beyond. Anna is a current MPA student at the Nistler College of Business and Public Administration who is a servant leader beyond […]

Q & A with Nistler CoBPA Student and Men’s Basketball Standout Treysen Eaglestaff

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Treysen Eaglestaff is a freshman on the Men’s Basketball team at UND and is a Business Economics major in the Nistler College of Business and Public Administration.  He is a North Dakota native, holds seven school records for basketball at Bismarck High School, and was named Mr. Basketball North Dakota last year.  Treysen played a […]

UND Economics Professor Dr. David Flynn joins panel hosted by Minneapolis Fed

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Professor David Flynn discussed North Dakota’s economic present and future at Fed’s Regional Economic Conference Q&A panel at the 2023 Economic Conditions Conference featuring (clockwise from top left) Amy Watson of the Montana Department of Labor and Economics, Joseph Santos of South Dakota State University, UND Professor David Flynn and Minneapolis Fed Regional Outreach Director […]

First Gen Day Panel

Honoring & Supporting First-Generation Students at UND

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First Gen Day Panel

First-Gen Day will be celebrated each year at UND Originally published by Adam Kurtz in Provost Alex Pokornowski, UND dean of students (at podium), moderates a panel discussion at the First-Gen Day Celebration. From left, panelists are: Ryan Zerr, math professor, UND students Gavin Nadeau, Kaleigh DeGeldere, Hannah Thorlakson and Dunseith High School student Jevlyn […]

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ND PTAC Adds Staff and a New Minot Location

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ND PTAC

MINOT, ND – The North Dakota Procurement Technical Assistance Center (ND PTAC) is proud to announce the addition of Nicolette (Nikki) Kallias to their team. Nikki serves as a Procurement Specialist and will assist clients with government contracting opportunities at the local, state, and federal level. “We are excited to expand our program to better […]

Powell speaks at Olafson Ethics Symposium

Olafson Ethics Symposium Returns to Explore the Ethics of Technology

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Powell speaks at Olafson Ethics Symposium

Thursday, November 3, the Nistler CoBPA was excited to host the first Olafson Ethics Symposium since 2020. The event started in 2005 thanks to UND alumnus Bob Olafson and SEI investments. This year’s event featured Keynote Speaker Juliette Powell. Powell has served as a consultant at the intersection of technology, business and ethics, and has […]

UND Professor Publishes Debut Novel: “The Library of Chester Fritz”

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In a new Digital Press novel, fate has entangled the UND library, its namesake benefactor and the future of humanity Brian R. Urlacher, professor of political science at UND, is the author of ‘The Library of Chester Fritz,’ a new novel published by the Digital Press of UND. The cover of the book — courtesy […]

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UND CoBPA survey: North Dakota pragmatism rivals North Dakota nice

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That pragmatism helps explain N.D.’s politics, culture and economy, Institute of Policy and Business Analytics poll suggests “I think that I’m conservative in a pragmatic way,” said then-Gov. John Hoeven in 2010, during his first run to represent North Dakota in the U.S. Senate. And if a recent poll of North Dakotans’ attitudes toward COVID, employment […]

Hundreds usher in grand opening of Nistler Hall

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Nearly 600 people gather to celebrate completion of UND’s newest academic building An overflow crowd offered thunderous approval on Friday as the Grand Opening of the University’s brand-new Nistler College of Business & Public Administration got underway. UND’s Pride of the North marching band welcomed Werner and Colleen Nistler, along with several members of their family, to […]