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From Sandra Mitchell, AVP for Diversity and Inclusion: A Friendly Reminder about Halloween

October 14, 2014

Halloween can be a time to have fun as we dress up as characters very different from ourselves.  As you think about your costume this year, please be thoughtful about the impact your costume choice may have on others in our community. Sometimes costumes, including those sold by major retailers, may be offensive in their [...]

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APA awards Presidential Citation to Jacque Gray

American Psychological Association President Nadine Kaslow has awarded the APA’s Presidential Citation to Jacque Gray, research  associate professor and associate director of indigenous programs at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences Center for Rural Health and the SMHS Department of Pathology. Kaslow presented the citation to Gray at the National Latino/a Psychological Association Biennial [...]

Forensic Psychology online degree receives high ranking

The University’s Master of Arts (M.A.) in forensic psychology degree ranks second in bestpsychologydegrees.com’s most innovative graduate psychology degrees. The site’s top 20 degrees were determined by the American Psychological Association’s three fastest growing areas: neuropsychology, industrial-organizational psychology and geropsychology. In addition, the site’s editors highlighted these types of programs: Those whose faculty is among [...]

Groundbreaking for new Aerospace education and research building is today

The John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences and the UND Aerospace Foundation will hold a ground-breaking ceremony at 10 a.m.  Thursday, Oct. 9, on the corner of James Ray Drive and University Ave. for Robin Hall, a new 66,000-square-foot aerospace research facility. It will house secure areas and other spaces for the school’s Unmanned [...]


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