Sanford, Blais, Beal, Guy To Receive UND Alumni Awards

A retired superintendent, a school president, a winning hockey coach and a mental health consultant and veteran will receive alumni achievement awards on Thursday, May 5!  UND’s College of Education and Human Development will be honoring four alumni:  Mark Sanford, ’66, ’76, Marilyn Guy, ’69, ’71, ’76, Earl Beal, ’87, and Dean Blais, ’82. The…
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UND Engagement Center’s Forum In Mountain, N.D., Saturday, April 30 To Celebrate Community

MOUNTAIN, N.D. — 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…
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U.S. Sen. John Hoeven Speaker At May 7 UND School Of Law Commencement

U.S. Sen. John Hoeven of North Dakota will be the featured speaker at the University of North Dakota School of Law spring commencement ceremony at 10 a.m., May 7, in the Chester Fritz Auditorium. At total of 79 students are eligibile to cross the stage and hear Sen. Hoeven’s commencement address. UND President Robert Kelley…
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Earl Pomeroy To Receive Honorary Degree At UND’s Spring Commencement May 14

Earl Pomeroy, who served as North Dakota’s congressman for 18 years, will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree during the University of North Dakota’s Spring Commencement at 1:30 p.m. May 14 in the Alerus Center. Pomeroy was nominated for the honor by Mark Jendrysik, chair of the UND Department of Political Science and Public…
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Longest Walk 3 (Reversing Diabetes) Walkers In Grand Forks To Raise Awareness For Diabetes In Indian Country

More than a dozen walkers making the trek from Oregon to Washington, D.C. – the Longest Walk 3 (http://longestwalk3.com) — are now in Grand Forks as they make their way east.  The walkers were in Fort Totten over the weekend.  They are staying in Grand Forks thanks to the efforts of B.J. Rainbow, a student at the University of North…
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