U.S. Sen. Byron Dorgan’s Congressional Archives To Be Housed In UND Special Collections

The University of North Dakota will become the official repository of The Byron L. Dorgan Papers, a significant portion of all records documenting the longtime North Dakota Senator’s national public service, as a result of a signing today between Sen. Dorgan and UND President Robert Kelley in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dorgan and President Kelley signed…
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NovaDigm And UND Formalize Unique Collaborative Research Relationship

NovaDigm Therapeutics, Inc. (Grand Forks, ND) and the University of North Dakota have entered into a research agreement whereby NovaDigm provides funding for vaccine-related research projects at UND.  UND has released a Request for Proposals and expects to receive research proposals from its biomedical faculty by Jan. 7, 2011.   The partners will work together to…
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UND’s Benoit Elected To Term On Council Of Graduate Schools Board Of Directors

Joseph “Joey” Benoit, The Graduate School dean at the University of North Dakota, has been elected to a three-year term on the board of directors of the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS), an organization of more than 500 institutions of higher education in the United States and Canada. Benoit is the first Graduate School dean…
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UND Students Observe ‘Human Rights Day’ With Poster Displays At Chester Fritz Library

In honor of International Human Rights Day (December 10, 2010), University of North Dakota students in Sarah Mosher’s French 340 course, “Business French,” in partnership with the UND Center For Human Rights and Genocide Studies, have created a series of human rights posters that are currently being displayed in the Chester Fritz Library. The 14…
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UND Program Encourages American Indian High School Students To Study Engineering By Building Computers

American Indian students from five North Dakota high schools will build computers at the UND School of Engineering and Mines (SEM) next Monday and Tuesday as part of an engineering mentoring program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The program, Access for American Indian Students into Engineering Education (AAISEE), is designed to provide peer…
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