McNair Forum At UND Features Undergraduate Research

The University of North Dakota’s 23rd Annual McNair Forum, in which undergraduate research is presented by McNair Program Scholars, will be held Thursday, April 27, in the Memorial Union River Valley Room. The Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program, named after NASA astronaut Ronald McNair who died in the 1986 explosion of the space shuttle…
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UND Art Collections New Exhibit Opens April 25

Rembrandt, Picasso, Matisse, Dali among artists on display when UND Art Collections’ next exhibit, Art Across the Ages, opens at Empire Arts Center April 25 The UND Art Collections’ new exhibition, Art Across the Ages: A Selection of Treasured Works, features an exciting historical overview of works from the University of North Dakota’s collections. The exhibition opens Tuesday, April…
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Congressman Cramer To Offer 2017 Frank A. Wenstrom Lecture At UND

Congressman Cramer to Present “Issues Facing North Dakota in the New United States Congress” at the annual Frank A. Wenstrom Lecture on North Dakota Politics, 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in the Gorecki Alumni Center Congressman Kevin Cramer will present “Issues Facing North Dakota in the New United States Congress” at the annual Wenstrom Lecture on North Dakota…
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UND Alumna, And Bremer President And CEO Talks Leadership

Bremer President and CEO and UND graduate Jeanne Crain spreads message of purposeful leadership to campus community When New Rockford, N.D. native Jeanne Crain sat in her first class at the University of North Dakota in the fall of 1978, business wasn’t on her brain. She was an undecided major. But as she navigated courses…
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UND Students Build Community Through Volunteering

UND students from all areas of campus come together to build community based on giving back When Evan Marian first stepped on campus from Burnsville, Minn., he was doing just that — stepping. The computer science and mathematics major came to UND with no set of wheels to get him around town. “I was in…
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