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UND alum’s work published in undergraduate journal

Alexandra Ciaccio’s play on breaking stereotypes in regard to women in sport stemmed from senior capstone project Recent University of North Dakota graduate and former student athlete Alexandra Ciaccio already is a published author. Ciaccio, a native of Minnetonka, Minn., … Continue reading

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UND sociologist presented with honors for service

UND Professor Curtis Stofferahn was recently recognized for his outstanding service to the Rural Sociological Society (RSS) at its awards banquet held in New Orleans. At the banquet, Stofferahn, a full professor in the UND Sociology Department, was presented with a plaque and certificate for … Continue reading

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New UND faculty and administrator bus tour ready to roll

This year’s route goes through towns such as Hillsboro, Jamestown, Edgeley, Medora, Washburn, Cooperstown and Mayville New University of North Dakota faculty and administrators will be ready to embark on the 24th annual bus tour Monday, Aug. 18, giving them … Continue reading

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UND researchers publish attention-getting article about UAS regulation

The attention of the national unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) community is regularly turning to the University of North Dakota’s UAS efforts. Among the topics of greatest interest is the regulation of the research, deployment and use of UAS. Computer Science … Continue reading

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Spring 2014 University of North Dakota D.J. Robertson List is published

The University of North Dakota has published the names of students, mostly freshmen, who are eligible to receive the D.J. Robertson Award for earning “straight A” averages for the 2014 Spring Semester. The award is presented to students who earn … Continue reading

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Roux named dean of UND’s College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines

University of North Dakota Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Thomas DiLorenzo has announced that Gayle Roux has been named dean of UND’s College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines (CNPD). Dean Roux served until July 15 of this year … Continue reading

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NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg and successful businesswoman Linda Pancratz to be honored in person at UND summer commencement Friday, Aug. 8

University set to hold one of the largest August ceremonies with 515 students eligible to graduate On Friday, Aug. 8, at 3 p.m. at the Chester Fritz Auditorium the University of North Dakota will hold one of the largest summer … Continue reading

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UND launches improved professional development program

Formerly known as “U2-University within the University,” the University of North Dakota’s professional development learning function has been rebranded, redefined and restructured to better serve the needs of staff. The new program will be referred to as “Learning & Development” … Continue reading

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Dog-gone good officer

Officer ‘Ben’ a  two-year-old yellow lab, and Officer Jose Solis make up UND police’s  first K-9 unit University of North Dakota Police Department (UPD) has sniffed out a new ally, which happens to walk on four legs, is covered in … Continue reading

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SUNRISE Summer undergraduate students to showcase their research accomplishments

Public is encouraged to attend session and to ask  participants questions about their projects The public is invited to attend the 12th annual SUNRISE Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program Poster Session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., on … Continue reading

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