T.J. Oshie And Shane Gersich Mark 15 UND Alums To Win Stanley Cup

LAS VEGAS — For the seventh time in the last nine years, a University of North Dakota hockey alumni has won the Stanley Cup. In fact, this time around, two former North Dakota standouts got to raise hockey’s holy grail. Oshie and Gersich became the 14th and 15th different UND alums to win the Stanley Cup.…
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UND-United Airlines Pact Provides Pathway For Student Pilots

Commercial aviation students at UND’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences have seats waiting for them in the cockpit of industry-leading airline, United Airlines. The UND Career Pathway Program (CPP) with United, announced Monday, offers defined steps for aviation students to become United Airlines pilots, as long as they continue to meet a set…
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University Officials To Legislators: Research Dollars Benefit All Of ND

Most everyone agrees that research investments benefit North Dakota and its people. How to obtain and distribute those dollars – and how much the research universities collaborate – was a matter of discussion at the Legislative Higher Education Committee meeting Tuesday, June 5, on campus. The legislators met Monday at Mayville State University to discuss financial and…
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Ray Richards’ Legacy Endures

It’s the gift that keeps on giving. That’s the vision University leaders have for 70-plus acres of UND land just south of the main campus known formerly as Ray Richards Golf Course. Later this month, the University will seek authorization from the State Board of Higher Education to sell the course and possibly other smaller…
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Kennedy Makes Case For Research At Drone Focus Conference

FARGO — Speaking at 2018’s Drone Focus Conference here, UND President Mark Kennedy compared the state’s role in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) to Minnesota at the dawn of the computer industry. “At the time, four of the five largest computer companies had major regional presences or global headquarters in Minnesota,” he said. “They were second only…
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