UND Alumna, And Bremer President And CEO Talks Leadership

Bremer President and CEO and UND graduate Jeanne Crain spreads message of purposeful leadership to campus community When New Rockford, N.D. native Jeanne Crain sat in her first class at the University of North Dakota in the fall of 1978, business wasn’t on her brain. She was an undecided major. But as she navigated courses…
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UND Students Build Community Through Volunteering

UND students from all areas of campus come together to build community based on giving back When Evan Marian first stepped on campus from Burnsville, Minn., he was doing just that — stepping. The computer science and mathematics major came to UND with no set of wheels to get him around town. “I was in…
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UND Professor Recognized For Innovation In Teaching

Education Professor Marcus Weaver-Hightower shows off  his ‘lightboard’ studio, as latest recipient of NDUS award for technology in the classroom A routine faculty meeting in UND’s Department of Educational Foundations and Research was interrupted with the arrival of two guests. President Mark Kennedy and Provost Tom DiLorenzo stopped in Tuesday, March 21, to surprise Marcus…
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UND And Kennan Institute To Host Conversation On US-Russia Relations

UND, Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute host “A Kennan Conversation:  U.S.-Russia Relations and the Geopolitics of a Changing Arctic” Friday, March 31 The University of North Dakota Department of Political Science and Public Administration and the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute will host “A Kennan Conversation:  U.S.-Russia Relations and the Geopolitics of a Changing Arctic” Friday, March 31, 9:30-11 a.m. in Clifford Hall…
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UND Biologist Tackles Deer Overpopulation

UND wildlife researcher’s surgical sterilization collaboration with Cornell University has caught the attention of urban planning boards across the country On Dec. 9, 2013, the cover of TIME magazine didn’t feature the portrait of a powerful world leader or an illustration of the latest social upheaval. The central image was instead a tranquil woodland scene…
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