New Federal COBRE Grant Recognizes UND’s Biomedical Science Capabilities

Recognizing the already notable reputation of University of North Dakota’s biomedical research enterprise, the federal government just authorized a $10.7 million grant to a group of scientists based at UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) to dig deeper into the many questions surrounding infectious agents. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services…
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Two UND Students Will Teach English To Germans In Germany For The U.S. Fulbright Program

Amy Shirek and Ashley Schomer, both students at the University of North Dakota, are headed for Germany to help teach English to young German students for 10 months as part of the Fulbright Teaching Assistantship (ETA) in Germany. They’ll depart in September. The ETA falls under the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. There are programs in…
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Two UND Students Receive Support From NSF To Continue Education In Graduate School, Solve Real-world Problems In The Process

By Amanda Menzies and Carrie Sandstrom, UND University & Public Affairs student writers University of North Dakota graduate student Leslie Yellow Hammer is buzzing with excitement — or perhaps that’s just the bees. Yellow Hammer studies in UND’s Department of Biology and recently was named recipient of a 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship…
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UND DECA Students Do Well At International Competition

Marketing major and Fargo native Elizabeth Denning took top honors for her fashion merchandizing skills University of North Dakota senior marketing major Elizabeth Denning recently took first place for fashion merchandising at the DECA International Career Development Conference(ICDC) in Washington, D.C. “I was competing against girls from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York,…
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UND Graduate Is On Her Way To A New Job After Recovering From A Traumatic Brain Injury That Brought Her Years Of Uncertainty

Amy Harmon graduated this spring with a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree from the University of North Dakota. She didn’t fall this time. Harmon, a native of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, had surmounted long odds in her trip to the commencement stage. “She fell on a wet tile floor and suffered a traumatic brain injury which…
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