NDUS Report: UND’s Economic Impact Keeps Growing Beyond $1 Billion Mark

The economic impact of the University of North Dakota on its local economy was pegged at about $1.13 billion in fiscal year 2009, up from $1.09 billion in FY2008, according to the most recent study commissioned by the North Dakota University System (NDUS).  This is the fourth year in a row UND’s economic impact has exceeded the…
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2010: A Year Of Great Success In The Face Of Transition At UND

It was a year of growth, transition and huge successes among students, faculty and staff at the University of North Dakota in 2010. Signs that the University’s enrollment was headed into uncharted territory could be seen as early as January when the first day spring enrollment numbers were tallied, showing more students on campus than…
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New UND Website Goes Live! Check It Out

The University of North Dakota has revamped its main website. The first changes went into effect today, and more developments will pop up in the coming days and weeks. Check out the new website by clicking here!

Four UND Students Receive Scholarships In Remote Sensing, Geospatial Technologies

Four University of North Dakota graduate students will receive scholarships for 2010-2011 to promote their professional development in remote sensing and geospatial technologies. The four master’s degree candidates, each of whom will receive a $500 scholarship, are: Nels Anderson, Wautoma, Wis., Department of Geography Annmarie Krmpotich, Sartell, Minn., Department of Biology Jeremy Smith, Draper, Utah, Department…
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A Harmonious Farewell To UND For A Musical Minot, N.D., Couple

Dennis and Penny Simons graduated Friday, after logging 38,000 miles for their Ph.D. By David Dodds, UND University Relations University of North Dakota Ph.D. graduates Dennis and Penny Simons of Minot, N.D., have made the journey back and forth to the UND campus in Grand Forks more times than they care to count. They’ve logged…
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