UND Veteran-friendly Policies In Place For Deployments, Disaster-response Call Ups And Just To Say ‘thanks’ To Those Who Served

Ever since President Franklin Roosevelt signed the Servicemen’s Readjustment Act of 1944, American military servicemen and women have been enjoying the just perks of a college education courtesy of Uncle Sam. By the time the original bill ended 12 years later, nearly 8 million World War II veterans had participated in an education or vocational…
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UND, LM Wind Power Announces New R&D Partnership In REAC Building

LM Wind Power announced today the opening of its new Global Research and Development office and a partnership involving University of North Dakota faculty and students in the REAC (Research Enterprise and Commercialization) building in Grand Forks. This office will be home to Global LM Wind Power personnel from Product Development/Core Engineering, Quality and Nondestructive…
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UND University Faculty Lecture Series Presents Award Winning Michelle M. Sauer, Wednesday, April 6

Dr. Michelle M. Sauer, associate professor of English and Women Studies at the University of North Dakota, will present the third University of North Dakota University Faculty Lecture in the 2010-11 series.  The upcoming lecture is titled “The Architecture of Desire: The Anchoritic Tradition in Medieval England.” Sauer will provide a fascinating overview of the…
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L-3 Link Simulation & Training And University Of North Dakota Sign Agreements To Establish Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Center

L-3 Link Simulation & Training (L-3 Link) announced today that it has signed agreements with the University of North Dakota to jointly establish an unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) training center at Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D. The University of North Dakota and L-3 Link UAS Training Center, which is expected to begin operations in…
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UND Engagement Center’s Forum In Mountain, N.D., April 30 To Celebrate Community

Community is one of the region’s best assets, according to organizers of a forum to be held Saturday, April 30, in Mountain, N.D., and participants at the fourth annual “Community Connect” forum will be learning how celebrating community can leverage development in rural North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. The forum, which is free and open…
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