UND Music Professor Searches For Perfection

UND music professor broadens authority in new text about fine arts in Western culture   UND Professor Gary Towne is a musician at heart. But he spends a good part of his time researching and writing about music history and related topics in the arts. Towne, a senior faculty member in the UND Department of…
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UND Groups Use Crowdfunding For Projects

UND groups tap into fundraising with a social flair to augment tight budgets Aaron Kennedy has his eye on Grand Forks again, and soon will be hoping for a little help from the UND community and beyond. Kennedy, an assistant professor of atmospheric sciences, is leading an effort to bring 24/7 weather watching back to…
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UND Heads Back To Antarctica

UND scientist, grad in Antarctica on ‘summer’ quest for the oldest ice on Earth. What to do when the weather turns blustery cold up here? For Jaakko Putkonen, a trip to someplace where it’s summer seems appropriate. “Yes, it’s summer in the southern hemisphere now,” says Putkonen, a geomorphologist and a well-known expert in the…
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UND Is Growing Research And Fostering Inclusion

Latest Provost Forum reveals progress in UND Latest Provost Forum reveals progress in UND Strategic Plan’s discovery and engagement goals. Grant McGimpsey wears many hats at the University of North Dakota. He’s the vice president for Research & Economic Development, the dean of the School of Graduate Studies, and the captain of the One UND Strategic…
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UND Professors Publish A Tourist Guide To The Bakken

Sometimes rapid changes make us all feel like tourists even in familiar places. When historians Bret Weber and Bill Caraher first set out for the Bakken during the oil boom, they found the sights, sounds, and bustle overwhelming and foreign. They were tourists in their home state. After nearly 20 trips to the Bakken, they…
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