If Wall Street were as successful long term as the University of North Dakota’s Faculty Seed Money Program, folks would line up to invest their money.
The new building would unite UND’s engineering facilities.
Ph.D. student Richard Cochran attends Nobel Laureate meeting in Germany
University of North Dakota Ph.D. candidate Richard Cochran is mastering the chemistry of success.
A Denver, Colo., native and president of the UND Chemistry Graduate Student Association, Cochran parlayed his hard work in forensic science chemistry into a special invitation to the recent 63rd Annual Lindau Nobel [...]
Bradley Myers, associate dean for academic affairs in the UND School of Law, and Yee Han Chu, a Ph.D. student in teaching and learning, were recognized for having the best research paper and presentation at the Second Annual International Conference on Law, Regulations and Public Policy (LRPP), hosted by the Global Science and Technology Forum in [...]
We are honored to dedicate this issue of UND Discovery to the memory, life and research of Robert William Lewis, UND Chester Fritz Distinguished Professor of English, who died Aug. 26, 2013.
Kim Fink, professor of art, acquired and restored this French Brisset Star Wheel Lithography Press, believed to have been built between 1825 and 1840. It may be one of only two such presses in the United States. The press will be available for use by intermediate and advanced students in the Department of Art & [...]