UND Responds To Opioid Crisis – ‘In It Together’

In the classroom and across state, University experts have issued a clarion call about rising drug epidemic “We used to say that what people don’t know won’t hurt them,” said Frank White, assistant professor of sociology. “Now, what you don’t know can kill.” White teaches Sociology 355: Drugs and Society, to a packed classroom each semester.…
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NIH Funds UND Study Of Early Formation Of Cancer-Causing Viruses

Barry Milavetz researches epigenetic modifications in infected cells when they’re most easily treatable A particular virus called simian virus 40 or SV40 — a virus found in monkeys that can cause cancer in certain other animals and is closely related to a number of similar human viruses — is the focus of a $139,000 National…
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Eye Of The Hawk Lecture Series Focuses On Diversity And Inclusion

UND President Mark Kennedy invites campus & community to Eye of the Hawk Lecture Series event Diversity and Inclusion in 2017: Our Next Round of Work Rev. Jamie Washington M.Div., Ph.D.  January 30, 2017 | 5:30 p.m. Gorecki Alumni Center, University Avenue, Grand Forks We live in a world where people from diverse backgrounds, experiences,…
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Timely New Publication – ‘Picking The President: Understanding The Electoral College’

UND history professors team up to utilize digital platform for quick and timely book release on one of politics’ biggest hot-button issues As we approach the eve of the inauguration of Donald Trump as the nation’s 45th President of the United States, several aspects of how he got in that position are explored by UND…
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UND’s High-Impact Humanities

Sandi Kruse studies political effects of digital literature around the world and prepares for grad school at the same time, thanks to Arts & Sciences Undergraduate Research Fund UND undergrad Sandi Kruse (left) works with her advisor Rebecca Weaver-Hightower on research on digital media impacts on politics around the world. Photo by Tyler Ingham. University…
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