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Celebrating student work: Undergraduate Showcase is May 5

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Students in the College of Arts & Sciences will share their work with the public at the Undergraduate Showcase Thursday, May 5, in the Memorial Union Ballroom. It’s an opportunity for undergraduate students to present their work to the campus community. “In Arts & Sciences we value and support undergraduate research,” said Brad Rundquist, Dean […]

UND will host North Dakota’s Arbor Day recognition on May 11

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As the newest Tree Campus Higher Education in North Dakota, UND will host the state’s Arbor Day celebration at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 11, at Hopper Danley Spiritual Center. A tree planting will take place near the English Coulee. Jed Shivers, vice president for finance & operations, will speak at the event, which is open […]

UND changes COVID-19 response

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UND is making the following changes to its COVID-19 response: April 29, 2022 was the last day of BinaxNOW testing at Wilkerson Commons. May 6 is the last day case investigation will occur for UND students, faculty, and staff. May 6 is the last day students, faculty and staff are required to self-report positive COVID-19 […]

Video of faculty/staff town hall available

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On Wednesday, April 27, UND held a Town Hall meeting via Zoom for faculty and staff. A video of the Town Hall is above, while below is a link to the questions that are asked and answered in the video, with time stamps for readers’ reference accompanying each question. The following questions are asked and […]

North Dakota Champions Ball raises more than $335,000 for UND Athletics

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Thanks to the generosity of sponsors and guests, more than $335,000 was raised to support University of North Dakota student-athletes at the North Dakota Champions Ball on Saturday, April 23. The Champions Ball is the largest single fundraiser for University of North Dakota Athletics. Proceeds support student-athlete scholarships and priority needs in the department. The […]

University Council meets May 3; President Armacost and Provost Link will provide University updates

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The University Council will hold its spring meeting over Zoom on Tuesday, May 3, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. The zoom link is https://und.zoom.us/j/95883481469. The agenda follows. Call to Order, University Senate Chair Cristina Oancea Establish Quorum Welcome/Introduction, Cristina Oancea (5 min) Select College and School Updates Dean Amy Henley (Nistler College of Business and […]

Brian Pappas named dean of UND law school

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UND Provost Eric Link has appointed Brian Pappas as dean of the UND School of Law after a national search. Pappas is expected to begin his new position in July. He will succeed Michael McGinniss, who previously announced his decision to step down as dean and return to the faculty. “We are thrilled to welcome Dr. […]

Town Halls set for April 27 and May 2

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As we prepare for the end of the semester, President Armacost and University administrators invite you to Town Halls on April 27 and May 2. Times and Zoom links are below. The faculty/staff Town Hall is set for noon Wednesday, April 27. Add it to your calendar. The student and family town hall will be […]

You’re invited to Strategic Planning open house on May 4

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On May 4 from 9 to 10 a.m., the Strategic Planning Committee and the seven working groups that are critically examining key themes as a part of the planning process will host an Open House in the Memorial Union and online. Each work group, along with the Committee, all of whom are examining the mission, […]

President’s Advisory Council on Women (PAC-W) spring social is May 4

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You’re invited to the President’s Advisory Council on Women (PAC-W) spring social, 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, in Ballroom AB at the Memorial Union. Let’s gather together for casual conversation and refreshments in celebration of each other, the end of the semester, and the future of PAC-W. A short program with remarks from President Armacost […]

Town Halls set for April 27 and May 2

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As we prepare for the end of the semester, President Armacost and University administrators invite you to Town Halls on April 27 and May 2. Times and Zoom links are below. The faculty/staff Town Hall is set for noon Wednesday, April 27. Add it to your calendar. The student and family town hall will be […]

Interviews are April 20, 21 for Vice President for Student Affairs position

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Two finalists will visit campus to interview for Vice President for Student Affairs position. A third candidate, Cynthia Aguilar, withdrew from consideration because of a family medical concern. An interview schedule for each candidate is available online. Open forums are set for April 20 and 21. The schedule follows. James Williams, Wednesday, April 20, 3:30 […]

President’s Advisory Council on Women (PAC-W) spring social is May 4

Categories: Campus News

You’re invited to the President’s Advisory Council on Women (PAC-W) spring social, 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, in Ballroom AB at the Memorial Union. Let’s gather together for casual conversation and refreshments in celebration of each other, the end of the semester, and the future of PAC-W. A short program with remarks from President Armacost […]