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Research North Dakota Grant Applications Due August 22, 2014

The Division of Research & Economic Development wishes to remind research faculty that the Research North Dakota (RND) program has a deadline of August 22, 2014 for its fourth cycle of applications.  There are subsequent deadlines, for example, November 21, 2014.  Applicants are also reminded that they must have a binding agreement concerning the disposition [...]

Space Studies Doctoral Student Receives Stellar Award from RNASA

Space Studies doctoral student Kavya Manyapu of Boeing, earned a Stellar Award in the Early Career category for her “exceptional commercial crew spacecraft test planning and flight test article design fidelity.”  This is an incredible achievement as 35 awards were given for 2014, out of a total of 164 nominations. Each year, the Rotary National [...]

Ralph Renger Publishes Article on Program Evaluation

Ralph Renger, Professor at the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, has published an article in the latest issue of the Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation.  The article examines the different purposes of evaluation and research. In the article, Dr. Renger uses a case study to [...]

Linguistics Colloquium Features Dan Eberle July 31, 2014

Dan Eberle will speak at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, July 31, in Gamble Hall 3, to answer the question, “Is Language Really Arbitrary?”  Ferdinand de Saussure, one of the founders of modern linguistics, asserted that the relationships between “signs” and “signified” (words, and the concepts those words represent) are totally arbitrary, and that this arbitrariness is [...]

SUNRISE Undergraduates Showcase Research at July 31, 2014 Poster Session

The public is invited to attend the 12th annual SUNRISE Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program Poster Session from 11:00 a.m-1:00 p.m., on Thursday, July 31, on the second floor of Harrington Hall.  Light snacks and beverages will be served. Through this National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded program, SUNRISE faculty in the UND Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Departments [...]

Gray Voted as President-Elect of the American Psychological Association’s Division 45

Jacqueline S. Gray, PhD, associate director at the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, has been voted as president-elect of the American Psychological Association’s Division 45 for the 2015 term. Division 45 of the American Psychological Association is the Society for the Psychological Study of [...]

Conflict of Interest Forms Due September 15, 2014 for Current Academic Year

Conflict of Interest Forms Now Due for Current Academic Year The University Senate and President have approved a Conflict of Interest (COI) policy for the University. The policy and forms for reporting can be found on the Research Development & Compliance website.  Click on the “Compliance Forms” tab, then go to “Conflict of Interest Forms.” [...]

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Communication Sciences & Disorders - “Identification of electrophysiological indices of speech sound perception” – $390,663

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