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UND, CVIC agree to put confidential advocate/advisor on campus for victims of sexual violence

October 17, 2014

The University and the Grand Forks Community Violence Intervention Center (CVIC) have agreed to partner in an effort to place a CVIC employee on campus to act as a confidential advocate/advisor for student, staff and faculty victims of sexual violence. The announcement was made after UND and CVIC officials completed a memorandum of understanding, spelling [...]

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Astronaut Douglas Hurley speaks Oct. 24

NASA Astronaut Douglas C. Hurley, (Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps, Retired) will be on the UND campus Oct. 24.   Col. Hurley will provide a presentation to the Aerospace community 10 a.m. in 210 Clifford Hall, speaking on “The End of an Era: The Final Space Shuttle Mission.”  Please join us. Selected as a pilot by NASA [...]

UND’s Digital Press debuts with new work

The University of North Dakota Digital Press, the high-tech heir to the long defunct UND Press, is up and running. The Digital Press is an imaginative reinvention of the University press, bringing together the spirit of entrepreneurship and digital and new media savvy inherent in the humanities, according to Associate Professor of History William Caraher,  [...]

Concert Choir wins 2014 American Prize in Choral Excellence

The University of North Dakota’s Concert Choir is singing a sweet tune after winning the 2014 American Prize in Choral Excellence. The award recognizes and rewards the best performances by choruses in America based on submitted applications. “It’s an incredible honor,” said Joshua Bronfman, director of UND’s Concert Choir. “We rehearse almost every day and [...]

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