Olympics Around The World: Faculty Have Rich Perspectives

All eyes are on the Olympics across the United States ? and the world for that matter. While many of us are fixated on the exploits of Team USA, there are many people in the University of North Dakota community that have competing interests. Several UND faculty members have roots in countries around the world,…
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Student Athlete Earns NCAA Scholarship For Medical School

Clearing the hurdles life throws at you is a lot easier when you’re on the track and field team at the University of North Dakota. Jimmy Evers is the recipient of the 2015-16 NCAA Spring Postgraduate Scholarship. As a hurdler for the university, he is just the third UND’s men’s track and field athlete to…
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UND President Mark Kennedy Hosts 26th Annual Bus Tour Aug. 15-17

University of North Dakota President Mark Kennedy and First Lady Debbie Kennedy will host the 26th Annual New Faculty and Administrator Bus Tour of North Dakota Monday through Wednesday, Aug. 15-17. This will be the first bus tour for the Kennedys. President Kennedy started his new duties at UND on July 1, succeeding Interim UND…
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UND Fighting Hawks Take Flight Saturday, Aug. 13 At The UND Bookstore

Show your North Dakota spirit and get your gear on! The University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks take flight Saturday, Aug. 13, with an all-day celebration at the UND Bookstore, Hamline Street. It’s the first time new Fighting Hawks merchandise will be available, and the public is invited. The UND Bookstore opens at 9 a.m.…
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UND Lauds New Federal Law On Air Traffic Control Hiring Practices

For the past two years, Paul Drechsel, assistant chair for the University of North Dakota Air Traffic Control Program, has been on a mission to make the road to becoming an air traffic controller (ATC) a little less bumpy. That’s why Drechsel, an associate professor of aviation at UND’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace…
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