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October, 2023

Male juvenile arrested in connection with gun-related incident near UND

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University Police Department officers arrested a 16-year-old juvenile male Sunday evening in connection with a gun related incident earlier in the day at a private residence near campus, according to Rodney Clark, associate vice president for public safety and chief of police at the University of North Dakota. The juvenile, who has ties to Grand […]

UND’s ‘Pink and Green Lady’ wins gold

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Associate VP Cassie Gerhardt earns recognition from NASPA, the national professional association in Student Affairs When you hear a certain name at UND, you immediately think “school spirit,” “cares about students,” “actively present at all campus events and programs,” “highly invested in student success” and “No. 1 cheerleader for students and staff,” as a colleague […]

VandeWalle Courtroom remodeled, rededicated, reopened at UND

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Gerald VandeWalle ’55, ’58 Law, served 44 years on North Dakota’s Supreme Court, 27 of them as chief justice The iconic courtroom found on the third floor of the UND School of Law is now open for business – meaning moot court, actual hearings and other law student-centered activities – following a ribbon cutting ceremony held on […]

‘Campus Building’ from UND’s Digital Press celebrates Merrifield Hall

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“Campus Building,” from the Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, celebrates the experience of teaching and learning in the historic Merrifield Hall. For almost a century, Merrifield Hall has played a formative role both in “campus building” and in the education of thousands of students. This book offers a reflection on is history, […]

UND Social Work, partners secure $2.5M to improve state’s American Indian/Alaska Native Child Welfare Outcomes

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. –  The University of North Dakota Department of Social Work at the College of Nursing and Professional Development and its partners have received a second five-year $2.5 million federal award from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) to continue their work statewide to reduce the disproportionate placement of American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) […]