TV ‘Storm Chaser’ And Weather Radar Inventor Joshua Wurman Coming To UND

Research Meteorologist and Weather Radar Inventor Joshua Wurman will present “Running the Wrong Way: Chasing Tornadoes and Hurricanes for Science” at the University of North Dakota’s at 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 18, in Clifford Hall Room 210. Wurman, inventor of the first Doppler on Wheels (DOW) mobile radar, will discuss his adventures using the DOW…
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UND Nursing Professor Appointed Nurse Education Director

Linda Shanta, assistant professor, at the University of North Dakota College of Nursing, has been appointed as the Director of the Nurse Education Master’s track.  The Nurse Education Track prepares graduate students primarily for faculty positions in nursing education programs. This track is distance-delivered and designed for students who are unable to pursue a full-time…
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UND President Selects Next Vice President For Student Affairs: Dr. Lori Reesor

University of North Dakota President Robert O. Kelley has named Dr. Lori Reesor as the next UND Vice President for Student Affairs.  Reesor, who currently serves as Associate Vice Provost for Student Success at the University of Kansas, will start Feb. 28.  She will succeed Dr. Robert Boyd, who will leave the Vice President for…
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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!