UND Office of Safety receives Outstanding Safety Instructor Award

The University of North Dakota Office of Safety has been awarded the North Dakota Safety Council’s Outstanding Safety Instructor Award for its accomplishments in teaching Defensive Driving. The award is given to a safety instructor or company which has taught a significant number of courses or students and who has shown true dedication to improving safety in North Dakota, as well as receiving high marks for their training style.

The UND Office of Safety has five outstanding instructors:

  • Derek Gosselin, Environmental Health & Safety Manager/RSO,
  • Bob Johnson, Environmental Health & Safety Technician
  • Terry Wynne, Associate Director for Safety
  • Capt. Tracy Meidinger, UND Police
  • Officer Tom Brockling, UND Police, who has been teaching Defensive Driving since the mid 1990’s.

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Kurtz receives UND Proud Award; 10 receive Meritorious Services Awards

The University of North Dakota honored staff members for years of service and a select few for going above and beyond on Tuesday, May 12, at the 35th annual staff recognition luncheon.

The ceremony was highlighted by the naming of the 2015 Ken & Toby Baker UND Proud Award winner, Sharley Kurtz, Instructional Designer, College of Nursing & Professional Development.

The following 10 staff members received Meritorious Service Awards:

  • Jim Hanson, Maintenance Specialist, Facilities Management
  • Barb Rood, Building Services Technician, Housing
  • Cindy Barclay, Building Services Technician, Facilities Management
  • Kim Ruliffson, Coordinator of Work Well, Wellness Center
  • Debra Kroese, Administrative Officer, Basic Sciences, School of Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Jane Sims, Associate Director of Training and Development, CILT
  • Tamara Mulske, Technology and Marketing Supervisor, Music
  • Kari Holter, Department Secretary, Student Involvement & Leadership
  • Jeannie Lewis, Administrative Assistant, Biology
  • Mary Beth McGurran, Administrative Assistant, Medical Laboratory Science, School of Medicine & Health Sciences

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UND’s television program wins 10 awards from North Dakota Professional Communicators contest

The University of North Dakota’s  live television show, Studio One, received 10 awards from the North Dakota Professional Communicators (NDPC) College Communications Contest. These awards represent the best work done by university broadcast news operations and journalists in North Dakota and Moorhead, Minn.

“The NDPC College Communications Contest is a great way to see how Studio One’s work stacks up against other schools in the area. This year our reporters took home a number of awards, and it’s nice to see them recognized for their successes,” adds Kaylee Nesdahl, Studio One news director.

The following is a list of award categories, awardees, their hometowns, their placing, and a link to their contest piece.

Newscast

Feature Story

Feature Sports

General News

Sports Photography

Feature Photography

Interview

About Studio One:

Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the UND Television Center.

Contact:
Stephanie Flyger
Studio One Director of Marketing
701.777.4345
stephanie.flyger@UND.edu

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UND names Ryan Zerr director of Essential Studies

Ryan Zerr

Ryan Zerr

Following a successful search, University of North Dakota Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas DiLorenzo announced today that Ryan Zerr, professor and associate chair of mathematics, has been named the school’s Director of Essential Studies. He succeeds Thomas Steen, the founding director, who is retiring.

“Ryan brings a proven commitment to exceptional teaching and learning, as well as to collaborative governance among faculty, students, and staff,” said Provost DiLorenzo.  “He’ll build on Tom Steen’s great work, for which we’re extremely grateful.”

As the director, Zerr will provide vision, leadership, and advocacy for excellence in general education for all undergraduate students. He will help the Essential Studies Program, UND’s nationally recognized curriculum in general education, move to the next level as a distinctive hallmark of a UND education.

“I’m excited to collaborate with the entire university community to advance this important pillar of UND’s undergraduate student experience,” said Zerr.  “This is a tremendous opportunity, and I’m thankful to the search committee and all of those who participated in this process.”

“Ryan is ready to help engage our students, inspire our faculty, and support our advisors and staff, all of whom are instrumental in making Essential Studies the foundation of a great education,” added Steve Light, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs.

About Ryan Zerr:

Ryan Zerr has been at the University of North Dakota (UND) since 2003, after receiving his Ph.D. in pure mathematics from Iowa State University. In addition to a number of areas in pure mathematics, he has been interested in pedagogical issues from the start, and has had the pleasure of working on and publishing articles in pure mathematics, mathematics pedagogy, and curricular design.

Ryan has a keen interest in undergraduate education, and has been involved in UND’s Essential Studies Program through service on a variety of committees and other groups related to the revision, oversight, and assessment of the program. His interests in undergraduate education have also seen him involved in helping to develop the First-Year Seminar Program at UND, serving as co-PI on an NSF-funded grant related to undergraduate STEM education, and being named an Association of American Colleges & Universities STIRS Scholar twice.

Additionally, Ryan serves as Associate Chair of the Mathematics Department, and teaches a variety of mathematics courses, ranging from those for first-year students through the capstone.  He has recently been active in matters of shared governance at UND, chairing the University Senate in 2013-14.

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UND’s Brittany Slagle named student employee of the year for both school and the state of North Dakota

Brittany Slagle, a senior majoring in Communication Sciences & Disorders, has been named the University of North Dakota and North Dakota Student Employee of the Year.

Slagle, a native of Port Orchard, Wash., works as a morgue technician in support of the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences’ Deeded Body Program. She was nominated by Denelle Kees, manager of the Deeded Body Program and Mandy Meyer, director of the program.

Slagle’s name has been added to the UND Student Employee of the Year plaque that is displayed in the Student Employment Office at Career Services in McCannel Hall, and she has been awarded a $500 scholarship from the division of Student Affairs at UND.

As the state award winner, she receives a certificate and a cash award from the Midwest Association of Student Employment Administrators. The University is in its seventh year as a participant in the Student Employee of the Year, a program sponsored by the National Student Employment Association.

In one of Slagle’s nomination forms, Meyer wrote, “No matter the task Brittany is assigned, she puts forth the highest quality of work.”

Kees, Slagle’s direct manager, added that she “is the best and brightest student I have ever had the pleasure to work with in my 12 years here.”

Kees continued, “the greatest degree of professionalism in the Deeded Body Program is respect for the donors who have graciously decided to be a part of our program. Brittany has the greatest degree of respect for these people. The care that she shows in preparing the donors for classroom study attests to the respect that she has for them. Brittany treats the donors like the extraordinary gift that they are. The way that she carries herself, her smile and her appropriate attire rounds out a very professional young woman.”

A total of 16 nominations were submitted by UND department supervisors.

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UND re-accredited as a CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ employer for 2015

The University of North Dakota has been re-accredited as a CEO Cancer Gold Standard™ employer for 2015.

“Your team continues to show dedication and commitment to maintaining this high standard of excellence in cancer prevention, early detection and quality care,” said Chris Viebacher, chairman of the CEO Roundtable on Cancer, in a letter to UND President Robert Kelley. “It is because of your leadership that your employees and their families will continue to celebrate their employer’s keen interest in their health well-being.”

As a Gold Standard employer, UND sends a strong message to its employees each and every day: “We care about your health.”

The “CEO Cancer Gold Standard” is awarded only after a company or organization meets or exceeds the rigorous requirements set out by the CEO Roundtable on Cancer. To earn a Gold Standard accreditation, a company or organization must establish programs to (1) reduce cancer risk, through discouraging tobacco use, encouraging physical activity and teaching diet and nutrition; (2) detect cancer at its earliest stages; and (3) provide access to quality care and clinical trials.

This initiative not only helps with cancer prevention, but will also assist in reducing the risk for outer serious conditions such as obesity, and chronic and costly diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

UND was the first University to receive accreditation in 2008 and has been re-accredited every year.

About The CEO Roundtable on Cancer:

The CEO Roundtable on Cancer was founded in 2001, when former President George H.W. Bush challenged a group of executives, led by Robert A. Ingram, then the CEO of Glaxo Wellcome, now GlaxoSmithKline, to “do something bold and venturesome about cancer within your own corporate families.” The CEOs responded with the CEO Cancer Gold Standard, and have since collaborated with the American Cancer Society to encourage its widespread adoption in workplaces across the country

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UND to hold 2015 Spring Commencement, Saturday, May 16, at the Alerus Center

More than 1,450 students are eligible to cross stage this year; North Dakota Chief Justice Gerald Vandewalle and Farm Rescue Founder Bill Gross – both UND alums – to receive honorary degrees

The University of North Dakota will hold General Commencement at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 16, at the Alerus Center, where President Robert O. Kelley will preside over his seventh spring ceremony.

The School of Law and the School of Medicine& Health Sciences (SMHS) held separate ceremonies May 9 at the Chester Fritz Auditorium. In the past year, UND graduated approximately 3,500 students in ceremonies in May, August, and December.

For General Commencement, there are 1,451 eligible undergraduate-degree candidates and 485 graduate-degree candidates, totaling 1,936. In addition, there are 59 law students and 55 medical students eligible to graduate this spring.

UND faculty and administrative staff are encouraged to march in the General Commencement Ceremony, and are asked to wear academic regalia.

Live streaming and broadcasts:

The General Commencement ceremony will be broadcast live on Grand Forks Cable Channel 3 and rebroadcast on the same channel May 19-22 (Tuesday – Friday) at noon and 8 p.m.

UND also provides a live video stream of commencement to allow family and friends to participate in commencement, even if they cannot attend in person. This feed is provided in Adobe Flash Video format, so users may need to download the Free Flash Player at http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

To enter the event, go to http://www.und.edu/dept/webcast

If users have trouble seeing the video, they should contact UND tech support at http://techsupport.UND.edu and chat with a representative, or call 701.777.6305.

DVDs of the ceremony are available at the UND Bookstore. To purchase a copy, contact the bookstore at 701.777.4980.

Honorary degrees:

UND also will honor two distinguished alumni with honorary degrees during the general commencement ceremony: North Dakota Supreme Court Chief Justice Gerald VandeWalle and Farm Rescue President and founder Bill Gross.

VandeWalle has been described as “perhaps the most accomplished graduate of the UND School of Law.”

The Noonan, N.D., native received his bachelor’s degree in commerce and law degree from UND in 1955 and 1958, respectively.  He served in the attorney general’s office for 20 years before being appointed to the Supreme Court in 1978.  VandeWalle has served on the North Dakota Supreme Court for more than 36 years and was re-elected last fall to his fourth 10-year term. He has serves as the North Dakota Supreme Court’s Chief Justice since 1993

With more than 20 years in that post, he is the longest-serving Chief Justice not only of the North Dakota Supreme Court but also among all Chief Justices in the United States.  In recognition of his record and his extensive contributions to the justice system in the state and nation, VandeWalle was presented with the state’s highest honor, the Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, in January 2015.

In 2014, North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple named Chief Justice Gerald W. VandeWalle the 41st recipient of the North Dakota Theodore Roosevelt Rough Rider Award, the state’s highest commendation for its citizens.

Throughout his career, VandeWalle has made important contributions to the North Dakota Supreme Court and the state court system. He played an integral role in the unification of the court system, establishing a unified, statewide approach to court proceedings and the administration of justice. He was instrumental in redefining North Dakota’s judicial districts and increasing the number of judges to accommodate growth in the state’s economy and population. He also promoted the establishment of a mediation program for family law cases and created a trial court administration system to place administrators within the judicial districts to oversee court procedures.

Gross, the founder and president of Farm Rescue, is a man who’s made a living soaring through the clouds, but he’s always done it with his feet rooted firmly in the ground.

Born and raised in North Dakota, Gross grew up on the family farm near Cleveland in Stutsman County. There he learned all about the risk, the adversity and the struggles that come with making a living off the land.

With a dream to fly, Gross eventually enrolled in the UND Aerospace program, and also became very active in the campus community. A skilled pilot while still a student, he often was chosen to fly the UND president at the time back and forth from important meetings in Bismarck. The shuttle flights doubled as approved training runs for Gross.

After graduating from UND’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences in 1988, Gross started flying professionally in Seattle. He embarked on a career flying for Pan American Airlines. He then joined United Parcel Service and continues to fly for them.  While in the Pacific Northwest, he never forgot about his North Dakota farming roots.  Those fond memories spawned an idea that would allow Gross to help farmers who suffered unexpected challenges in their lives that prevented them from earning a living. In 2006, he founded Farm Rescue, a nonprofit organization that has helped farmers in the Upper Midwest who, because of debilitating injuries, are unable to either plant or harvest crops. Farm Rescue coordinates volunteers and machinery to help these farmers remain financially viable.

In the fall of 2014, Farm Rescue provided help to its 300th farm family.  CNN News recognized Gross in 2008 on its inaugural CNN Heroes Show.

Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors:

Two UND faculty members—Cindy Juntunen, in the College of Education and Human Development, and Sharon Carson, Department of English — have been awarded Chester Fritz Distinguished Professorships, the University’s highest academic honor.  Both will be accepting their award at this year’s spring General Commencement.

A 21-year veteran at UND, Juntunen was named associate dean of research and graduate studies at the College of Education and Human Development in 2006. In 2008, Juntunen was elected chair of the prestigious Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs, a national organization that aims to advance all aspects of counseling psychology training and teaching. Also, since 1994, Juntunen has worked in the UND Department of Counseling, where she is a past chair.

Over the years, Juntunen has conducted research and published on topics such as counseling psychology training and supervision, vocational psychology, and American Indian career development.

Juntunen, a native of Rocklake, N.D., earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at UND, and received a master of arts degree from Ball State University in Muncie, Ind. She completed a pre-doctoral internship at the University of Missouri, and received her Ph.D., in counseling psychology at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

Carson, a UND English professor, received her associate’s degree in emergency mental health/crisis intervention from Seattle Central Community College in 1977, her bachelor’s degree in communication/editorial journalism from the University of Washington in 1982, and both her master’s (1986) and Ph.D. (1990) degrees in English from the University of Washington.

Carson’s academic specialties include American literature, black literature and interdisciplinary black studies, comparative religions and literatures; Bibles as literature, cross-national and comparative study, literature of the American left, Homeric epic; narrative journalism,  audio documentary and audio drama.

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UND awarded coveted spot as part of federal UAS initiative

UND Center of Excellence in UAS Training, Research, and EducationUND UAS Center of Excellence to be part of national effort to integrate UAS into National Airspace

The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today announced that the University of North Dakota (UND) John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences (Odegard School) will be an integral part of a national research system whose goal is to safely integrate unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into the National Airspace.

The Odegard School established an early lead in the UAS sector, with the world’s first degree program in UAS operations and a state-endorsed UND Center of Excellence in UAS Training, Research, and Education.

The FAA selected the ASSURE team, led by UND Aerospace and Mississippi State University, as the Center of Excellence (COE) for researching that UAS integration. ASSURE (Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence) comprises more than a dozen of the world’s leading research universities with an increasing number of leading UAS industry partners.

The Senate Appropriations Committee, on which Sen. John Hoeven serves, approved $5 million in the Fiscal Year 2015 budget to launch this competitive program.

ASSURE is a mirror image of the Odegard School’s past FAA COE for General Aviation Research (CGAR) which provided research funding across several colleges at UND for 13 years from 2000 to 2013. Paul Lindseth, associate dean of the Odegard School, will serve as the Principal Investigator for ASSURE. The academic research lead at the Odegard School is Aviation faculty member Jim Higgins.

“We’re extremely proud that UND and our team, which has been selected for this important operations,” Hoeven said in a release following the FAA’s announcement.

Like CGAR, ASSURE will also provide opportunities for UAS collaborative research across the entire campus. Al Palmer, UND UAS COE director, has built a steering committee made up of representatives from each college at UND and EERC to assist in facilitating this collaboration. The UAS COE at the Odegard School has already generated supporting research for the colleges of Engineering, Arts and Sciences, Business and Nursing at UND.

The applications of UAS in research settings are virtually endless,” said Odegard School Dean, Bruce Smith. “Over the coming years UASs wil become the airborne platform of choice for everything except passenger and general aviation flights. This is a tremendous opportunity to receive research funding for the entire University of North Dakota”

UND assumed early on a global leadership role in UAS development, research and training, with a state-approved Center of Excellence in Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research, Education, and Training. UND also is a key player in FAA-mandated safety initiatives, such as the development of an aviation safety management system that will be used by college-level flight schools around the country.

“This decision underscores our leadership in the UAS arena—and it signals a new era in the research we’ve been leading in unmanned aircraft systems and in aviation safety in general,” said UND President Robert Kelley. “It also will greatly enhance the opportunities that we offer UND faculty and students in this exciting new field of global aviation.”

The ASSURE team and the COE will focus on research, education and training in areas critical to safe and successful integration of UAS into the nation’s airspace.

“This world-class, public-private partnership will help us focus on the challenges and opportunities of this cutting-edge technology,” said U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx in the FAA’s release about the announcement. “We expect this team will help us to educate and train a cadre of unmanned aircraft professionals well into the future.”

The FAA expects the COE will be able to begin research by September 2015 and be fully operational and engaged in a robust research agenda by January 2016.

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Soon-to-be UND PH.D. grad Nikolaus Butz wants to make distance learning as seamless and vivid as traditional face-to-face classrooms

Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.

Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.

Teaching is in Nikolaus Butz’ genes.

The son of college teachers got his first shot at carrying on the family legacy before he even graduated high school as an instructor of an elective business course in desktop publishing.

“This experience was my first memorable teaching moment, which laid the foundation for my future career path,” Butz said.

He went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in secondary business education, with a minor in computer science, from Dickinson State, where his father is a professor of business and where is mother once taught math. His undergraduate years were a bit of a feeling out process.

Butz now is preparing to graduate from the University of North Dakota with his Ph.D., from the College of Teaching & Learning. He’ll walk across the graduation stage on Saturday, May 16, at the Alerus Center, after successfully defending his Ph.D. dissertation in March.

“I spent my first two years as a computer science major,” Butz said. “I loved the technical aspect of working with computers and writing code; however, I became dissatisfied with some of the solitary aspects of being a programmer. As the child of two teachers, I decided to try education.”

Next, after some encouragement from his father, Butz decided to pursue his masters of business administration at UND, which was his father’s alma mater.

“He has always spoken with great pride of the education he received at UND,” said Butz, who grew up in a bilingual household in Dickinson. His father, a native of Mainz, Germany, spoke German to him until Butz was in high school. His mother is a native English speaker. The family also summered each year in Germany.

At UND, Butz began working as a teaching assistant in the Department of Management ? a position he still holds today. This experience only reinforced his ambition to one day become a university educator. In 2012, he taught a summer management course at UND’s sister school in China, The University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, where he received positive feedback from students.

Butz eventually enrolled in the Ph.D. program in UND’s Teaching & Learning Department. He said his previous studies in computer science helped him in his research at UND.

His current research focuses on “synchronous, web conferencing course delivery systems.” This modern means of teaching provides the pedagogical freedom to reach distance learners around the world, increasing societal access to education, he says. But, Butz is interested in making this technological interface between teacher and students even better ? as vivid and seamless as if they shared the same classroom.

“In contrast to the asynchronous discussion board systems that most people think of,” Butz said, “synchronous formats offer a two-way, live audio and video feed that does not sacrifice the affective features of face-to-face instruction, such as body language, facial expressions and voice inflection.”

Butz credits a number of mentors and advisors at UND for helping him get to where he is today, including Robert Stupnisky in the Department Education Foundation & Research, Kathy Smart in the Department of Teaching & Learning and Dennis Elbert and John Vitton from the College of Business & Public Administration.

David Dodds
UND University & Public Affairs writer

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UND Aerospace employee Scott Baker wins state suggestion award

Randall Bohlman, left, and Scott Baker.

Randall Bohlman, left, and Scott Baker.

Energy-saving measure saves UND more than $2000 annually

During the  University of North Dakota John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences annual spring employee picnic earlier this week, quality assurance inspector Scott Baker was awarded $414, part of the  State Employee Suggestion Incentive Program.

The award was presented to Baker by Randall Bohlman of UND  Facilities Management , in recognition of his suggestion to turn off the heat when hangar doors were opened to allow aircraft and other equipment to be moved in or out.

“We were able to implement Scott’s suggestion in one of the big hangars, resulting in energy cost savings of more than $2000 annually,” said Bohlman, who coordinates the  University’s sustainability and energy savings programs .

Under the state’s Suggestion Incentive Program, if an employee’s suggestion or proposal is approved, the employee is entitled to receive 20 percent of the first year’s savings realized by the agency, up to a maximum of $4000.

Baker, a Champaign, IL, native who has been at UND Aerospace for nearly 20 years, holds an airframe and power plant (A&P) license. He retired from the U.S. Air Force after 20 years as a mechanic, working mostly on fighter aircraft such as the F4 Phantom and the A10.

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Writer/Editor
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