Archive for February, 2019

Campus on the move

Campus on the move

February 19, 2019 at

Big moves happening on campus as administrators, offices plan for Memorial Union project

Katie Moller, a communication and physics double major, graduates as one of the best soccer players in UND's history. Photo by Shawna Shill/UND Today.

Leader in Action: Katie Moller

February 19, 2019 at

Despite pressures, top UND soccer player excels in physics, communication and the game she loves

Bethany Springs ,who plays Percy, is on the left, and Gina Uhlir, who plays Shelby, is on the right. Photo Credit Brad Reissig, UND Theatre Arts.

Theatre Arts serves up musical in ‘Spitfire Grill’

February 18, 2019 at

Each night, limited number of audience members will enjoy dessert while they watch the show

Spa-tacular night

Spa-tacular night

February 18, 2019 at

UND students create their own spa products to promote mental health across campus

High tech, high touch

High tech, high touch

February 14, 2019 at

New digital tools to help recruit students and enhance their overall campus experience

Abbie Sheehy, a freshman from Waysata, Minn., hold up her oversized prize check with UND Alumni Association & Foundation CEO DeAnna Carlson Zink. Sheehy was one of the first students to have her name drawn by random for a Giving Hearts Day scholarship.

Heart to heart

February 14, 2019 at

Alumni Association & Foundation amasses nearly $30,000 in student scholarship gifts on Giving Hearts Day

Three finalists for Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences will be on campus in the last two weeks of February. Archival image.

Candidates for Arts & Sciences deanship named

February 14, 2019 at

Current Interim Dean Bradley Rundquist, joins Rhode Island’s Nancy Eaton and Lehigh’s Cam Wesson as finalists

UND names communication director

UND names communication director

February 14, 2019 at

Dedicated champion of University spirit, David Dodds, begins new career chapter

UND investing in a Big Data future

UND investing in a Big Data future

February 14, 2019 at

President Kennedy appears on ‘North Dakota Today’ to talk Big Data and UND’s role in state’s future

UND archival image.

Creating our own wave of opportunity

February 12, 2019 at

UND looks inward to muster resources to invest in future amid sea of uncertainty

The University of North Dakota is hosting the Collegiate Drone Racing Association's National Championship this April, drawing the best student UAS pilots in the nation to campus. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Drone racing coming to UND

February 12, 2019 at

Event expected to draw best UAS pilots in the nation to Grand Forks

Prioritizing research

Prioritizing research

February 12, 2019 at

Leaders speak to the power of university research in North Dakota’s economic development

UND saw one of its largest Winter Commencement classes graduate in December, thanks to series of strategic barrier busting moves that have students dancing out the door degrees in hand.

Doing the graduation dance

February 7, 2019 at

Strategic efforts, and a little fun along the way, helping students secure degrees earlier Students often dance for joy asRead More

UND Chief Information Officer Madhavi Marasinghe stands in the Data Center on the UND campus. Starting September 15, Marasinghe says a new centralized unit will connect UND's IT staff and functions of CILT’s information technology support team with Administrative Services Technology. The teaching enhancement and education technology arm of CILT will be integrated into the new Teaching Transformation and Development Academy known as  TTaDA. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Embracing technology

February 7, 2019 at

CIO lays out tech upgrades to keep campus cyber safe, bolster research and enhance student experiences

As North Dakota Newspaper Association intern reporters, Bilal Suleiman and Diane Newberry craft legislative stories that are distributed to roughly 90 papers across the state. Photo by David Dodds/UND Today.

Reporting with impact

February 7, 2019 at

Pair of UND communication disciples hone their early journo craft at North Dakota Legislature