Houston Native Andrew Brown Finding His Passion In A Petroleum Engineering Degree From UND From The Comfort Of Home

Andrew Brown had already graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business and a master’s degree in marketing from Texas A&M University. Brown, a native of Houston, was working as a business analyst when it occurred to him, “this might not be what I want to do for the rest of my career” — thinking that…
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To Incoming Freshman Kyle Coleman, UND Just Felt Right. He Recently Got His First In-Depth Tours Of The University

A person’s life is organized into distinct memories they carry with them for the rest of their days. For those fortunate enough to get accepted at the University of North Dakota, their time at college is certainly one of those memories. Fashioned with green lanyards and bags, prominently displaying “UND” across them, incoming students and…
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UND, Grand Forks Land Big-Time International Conference On Theoretical Chemical Physics

Led by UND professor, the ninth tri-annual conference of the ISTCP is set to take place at the Alerus Center July 17-22 Grand Forks is preparing to hold an international conference that has previously been held in locations such as Budapest, Vancouver, Canada and Tokyo. The International Society for Theoretical Chemical Physics will be held…
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UND’s Sheila Liming Pens Essay For ‘The Atlantic’ On The Bagpipe’s Links To Rock-and-Roll

The University of North Dakota’s resident bagpiping expert has taken her knowledge of the old instrument to a national audience. Sheila Liming, assistant professor of English at UND, recently penned an essay titled “Bagpipes: A Rock-and-Roll History,” for The Atlantic magazine. Liming, who, in her day job is one of the world’s leading experts on the…
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