Three UND graduate student storm chasers hunt for adventure.
Follow passion and research into the heart of prairie storm country and get up close and personal with a storm. The nastier, the better.
“I’ve been doing this since I was an undergraduate meteorology student at the University of Oklahoma, Norman,” said Aaron Kennedy, a Rockford, Ill., native and Ph.D. student in atmospheric sciences. “It’s sort of a state pastime in Oklahoma…Full Story»
International teachers visit UND through the Teaching Excellence and Achievement (TEA) program.
After serving in the field, two veterans succeed with help from UND.
From textbooks to talking ‘dummies,’ nursing students learn in brand new ways.
A third-generation nurse learns from the best: her mom.
Hackers, thieves, and you: how much do you really know about safety on the Internet?
Follow the journey of two engineering students who paddled the Mississippi from Lake Itasca to the Gulf of Mexico.
UND photographer Chuck Kimmerle’s solo exhibit will travel throughout North Dakota.
Graduate nursing encourages continued learning while working at the bedside.