Smith Named Director Of UND’s Engineered Surfaces Center

UND’s School of Engineering and Mines (SEM) has named Charles H. Smith to be director of the school’s Engineered Surfaces Center, effective Monday, Nov.  15. Smith earned his doctorate in materials science and engineering from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and his master’s in metallurgy from Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta. Heham EL-Rewini, dean…
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Here’s To Those Who Served — On Veterans Day!

In honor of those who served, we would like to share this great story  from the Grand Forks Herald and reporter Chuck Haga about how UND embraces veterans as part of its student community. Enjoy and have a pleasant Veterans Day!

UND Faculty And Students, Grand Forks Public Schools Earn Community Awards

Community engagement awards were presented to the Grand Forks Public Schools, Cankdeska Cikana Community College in Ft. Totten , and the UND Department of Teaching and Learning at a ceremony hosted by the University of North Dakota Center for Community Engagement Wednesday on campus. Other awards were presented to UND faculty and students at the…
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UND Center For Innovation Receives ‘Soft Landings’ Designation For Third Time

UND Center for Innovation’s two technology incubators have been designated as a “Soft Landings International Incubator” by the National Business Incubation Association (NBIA) for the third time  – initial designation in 2006 plus two two-year renewals 2008 and 2010. The Center for Innovation was one of first five incubators in the world to secure that…
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Two UND Nursing Professors To Receive Highest Honor

Cindy Anderson, associate professor, and Bette Ide, professor, at the University of North Dakota College of Nursing have both been elected as Fellows of the American Academy of Nursing (AAN), the profession’s highest national honor.  Anderson and Ide will be inducted at the 37th AAN meeting and conference in Washington, DC on Saturday. For more…
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