First UND Students With Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Degrees Set To Graduate Saturday

Among the nearly 1,500 receiving degrees from the University of North Dakota during spring commencement on Saturday will be the first graduates in the nation with degrees in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) operations. “It’s truly the first and only kind of its major program in the country at this point,” said Kent Lovelace, chair of…
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UND Law Student Headed To Azerbaijan This Summer For Intensive Language Instruction

UND Law School student Phillip Dehoux has been awarded a U.S. Department of State “Critical Language Scholarship” (CLS) to study critical languages this summer. Dehoux, 32, from New York City, is set to study the Azerbaijani language in Baku, Azerbaijan. “I will be taking part in an eight-week immersion program, in which I will receive a…
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Nearly 1,600 Eligible To Graduate During UND Spring Commencements May 7, 14 And 15

The University of North Dakota will hold its annual spring commencement on Saturday, May 14, at 1:30 p.m. in the Alerus Center at Grand Forks. For general commencement, there are 1,456 eligible degree candidates, approximately 364 graduate and 1,092 undergraduates. In addition, there are 79 law school and 55 medical school candidates. For the first…
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UND Historian To Lead Public Presenation On Teddy Roosevelt May 9

The Department of History, on behalf of the North Dakota Humanities Council, invites all to a public lecture featuring D. Jerome Tweton at 7 p.m. Monday, May 9, in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl. A brief reception will follow For Tweton, this presentation represents the culmination of a lifetime of scholarship dedicated to the study…
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Three UND Faculty Members To Be Honored At Spring Commencement May 14

Three University of North Dakota faculty members will be honored as Chester Fritz Distinguished Professors during the University’s 2011 spring commencement on Saturday, May 14, 1:30 p.m., at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks. The three recipients are: Joseph Hartman, professor of geology and geological engineering in the School of Engineering and Mines; Wayne Seames,…
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