UND senior and Valley City native Colin Preszler has been awarded a 2010 Congress-Bundestag Fellowship. Preszler will join 75 other awardees in the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals, a yearlong federally funded program for study and work in Germany. About 650 applicants from colleges and universities around the country were screened in this competitive […]
Cheryl Stauffenecker, clinical instructor, at the University of North Dakota College of Nursing, is the 2010 recipient of the Florence Nightingale Phenomenal Woman Award. The award, sponsored by the UND Multicultural Student Services Center, is one of 11 awards given annually. Each award is named after a phenomenal woman in history. Stauffenecker was nominated by […]
Alexandra Hagen, a UND senior from Glenwood, Minn., has been named the University of North Dakota Student Employee of the Year. The Student Employee of the Year is a program sponsored by the National Student Employment Association. Hagen has worked three and-a-half years as a clerical assistant for Disability Services for Students and is seeking […]
The UND John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences was recently honored for its exemplary training efforts with S-300™ helicopters by Sikorsky Global Helicopters, a business unit of Sikorsky Aircraft Corp. The award was presented to UND Aerospace at the recent international Heli-Expo in Houston, Texas. Aerospace has operated S-300 series helicopters in its training […]
Doris Cooper has been named executive director of the UND Alumni Association. In this role, she is will manage alumni programming and public relations for both the UND Alumni Association and Foundation. “The UND Alumni Association has a rich history and traditions that help the University’s alumni stay connected. I look forward to building on […]
The division of Education Abroad in the Office of International Programs has established the Study Abroad Champion Award. This annual award seeks to formally recognize individuals on campus that champion study abroad. Colleen Berry, assistant professor of Chinese Studies in Languages, was selected as the 2010 Study Abroad Champion. The China Summer Study Program, established […]
Raymond Fischer (professor emeritus, communication, retired), published “A Revitalized FCC Is Broadband Bound” in the November 2009 issue of USA Today Magazine.