Transcending boundaries — no passports needed
“So who cares?” That’s a question that I like to ask scientists and researchers, and I don’t mean it in an insulting way. Fundamentally, if nobody cares about the work you did, you’ve probably just wasted time, energy, and resources in doing it.
How or why somebody cares is another question. [...]
Tanner Pruess found opportunities at UND to mix interests and establish himself as an artistic entrepreneur.
A service learning project taps student research and imagination to produce special maps of Grand Forks for new Americans
Archaeologist Dennis Toom protects the region’s rich and hidden past from being forever lost to development
Research on temporary settlements in North Dakota’s oil patch aims to improve workforce housing statewide
In a bold and innovative move, the University of North Dakota formed the country’s first Unmanned Aircraft Systems Research Compliance Committee
Researchers successfully connect with peers and clients across the country and the world.
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UND’s Space Studies celebrates 25 years as the world’s academic leader in all things cosmos
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