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Faculty invited to participate in winter commencement ceremonies on Dec. 14

I invite members of the faculty to participate in UND’s Winter Commencement ceremonies on Friday, Dec. 14. Two ceremonies will be held and faculty members are encouraged to march in academic regalia in one or both events. Faculty members can rent regalia through the Bookstore. The deadline for rentals is Nov. 30. Inquiries about regalia [...]

From President Kelley: Provost search will continue

Our Search Committee, chaired by Lori Reesor, Vice President for Student Affairs, and Jim Mochoruk, Chair of the University Senate, has done a fine job of identifying a pool of talented candidates, three of whom have visited our campus. However, we have not yet been able to satisfactorily fill this position. We express sincere thanks [...]

President Kelley will give State of the University Address Oct. 30

President Robert O. Kelley will give his annual State of the University address as part of the University Council meeting at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, in the Gransberg Room at the Gorecki Alumni Center.  The agenda follows: State of the University Address by President Kelley University Senate Status Report, Jim Mochoruk, University Senate Chair [...]

Statement from President Kelley on nickname

The University of North Dakota appreciates the work of the North Dakota Legislature this week in passing SB 2370.  With the signature of Gov. Jack Dalrymple, this action allows UND to complete the directive of the State Board of Higher Education and to meet the terms of the 2007 settlement agreement with the National Collegiate [...]

President Kelley invites UND employees to State Employee Recognition Week events

It is my pleasure to encourage all UND employees to participate in the events that have been scheduled for State Employee Recognition Week, Sept. 12-16. A committee of Council of State Employees (COSE) and Staff Senate representatives has been hard at work arranging a series of events that will allow us to pause briefly to [...]