Gay Rights Activist Judy Shepard To Speak At UND Monday

Judy Shepard, gay rights activist and mother of Matthew Shepard who was murdered in Laramie, Wyo., in 1998, will speak at the University of North Dakota on Monday, March 7, from 7:15-9:30 p.m., at the Memorial Union Ballroom. Shepard’s death generated international headlines and focused attention on crimes against gays. His parents Judy and Dennis…
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UND Student Featured On MTV Reality Series About Weight Loss

University of North Dakota freshman Kelly Sanders, a marketing student from Faribault, Minn., is being featured on the finale of MTV’s reality series “I Used To Be Fat.” Each week, the series focuses on one person’s struggle with eating and the challenge of losing weight. Those featured in the show are aided by tough-love personal…
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Initial Draft Of UND’s NCAA Self-Study Now Available Online

As part of the University of North Dakota’s Division I reclassification effort, the institution is required to complete a self-study and undergo a certification process of their institution and the athletics department. The University of North Dakota has completed an initial draft of a comprehensive self-study evaluating the institution and its department of intercollegiate athletics.…
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UND RAIN Program To Partner With Cankdeska Cikana Community College

The Recruitment/Retention of American Indians into Nursing (RAIN) Program, located within the College of Nursing at the University of North Dakota, is partnering to increase the number of American Indian health professionals in North Dakota. The RAIN Program is part of a grant awarded to the O’Tanka Tewicahidapi (Treasured Elders) Program at Cankdeska Cikana Community…
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UND Honors Faculty, Employees During Annual Founders Day Today

The University of North Dakota will celebrate its 128th birthday today, Thursday, Feb. 24, during the Annual Founders Day event in the Memorial Union. The University will pay tribute to excellence in education by presenting 13 departmental and faculty awards, as well as honor 36 employees for 25 years of service and 32 retired and…
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