STAFF BLOG THE AREAVOICES COMMUNITY Areavoices Digest #41 - Ole and Lena go to Sturgis?
Awhile back during the spring flood I stumbled across a great blog called "The Adventures of Ole and Lena." In it, "Lena" documented the troubles she and "Ole" faced living near the rising Buffalo riv... Posted on 8/10/11 at 11:01 AM
A neurologist with research expertise in Lou Gehrig’s disease and fatigue associated with Parkinson’s disease has been named the founding chair of the Dr. Roger Gilbertson Endowed Chair of Neurology at the University of North Dakota School Of Medicine.
Monday morning the University of North Dakota celebrated the opening of a new bridge on campus. The Campus Road Bridge was built through a partnership with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, the city of Grand Forks and UND.
MAYVILLE, N.D. – The North Dakota Board of Higher Education Thursday approved several projects for the state’s largest universities, including more funding for athletic facilities, totaling more than $132 million.
The annual gala brought in more than 10,000 dollars for the college. The school raises money through donations and auctions. Lake Region raised about 10,000 dollars more during this year's event than last year. Organizers say the community gets more generous every year.
By the end of UND President Robert Kelley’s half-hour speech Tuesday afternoon, he summed up what much of his state of the university address was about. “It’s clear that we have a great deal of work to do,” he said.
For many area families, purchasing all the fixings for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner is a dream. One local group is making this dream a reality for thousands of people in the Grand Forks community.
Monday, cadets from the university's Army and Air Force ROTC programs took part in a ceremony honoring veterans. "Warriors of The Future" from the ROTC programs presented U.S. Flags to "Warriors of The Past".
Five years ago, Northland Aerospace had seven students. Now, it has 122. But that dramatic increase may look scrawny by comparison if the Grand Forks Air Force Base becomes designated as a test site for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), which are more commonly known as drones.
As UND’s student numbers grow, so does the number of its top-level administrators. UND’s management structure has changed in several significant ways since President Robert Kelley took office in the summer of 2008.
The University of North Dakota's lunar study is complete. After 10 days, the three student-astronauts have exited the habitat. The crew left the habitat Wednesday afternoon and went straight into a news conference to talk about their experience living in isolation.
The North Dakota Supreme Court is making its annual visit to the UND Law School in Grand Forks Tuesday and Wednesday. The justices are hearing 4 cases, giving students and faculty the chance to see the state's high court in action.
UND’s student government is offering President Robert Kelley student funds for a construction project if he agreed to limit tuition increases next school year to what’s already authorized by the state.
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