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Margaret Williams has been named dean of the UND College of Business and Public Administration, according to a news release. Williams come to UND from the School of Business Administration...
UND senior Nick Creamer got a ticket for violating Grand Forks’ noise ordinance one night after some friends wrestled on the lawn of his fraternity house. He got his other ticket after some friends hung out on the front porch of the house.
The Grand Forks County Board of Equalization gave the green light to highly contentious farmland valuations at a meeting Tuesday.
Tom Erickson has been named interim director at UND’s Energy and Environmental Research Center. He has been acting director since former director Gerald Groenewold was put on leave May 5...
UND President Robert Kelley has had his contract extended one year by the State Board of Higher Education. At a recent SBHE meeting, Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen recommended the extension...
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No major red flags were raised by a state audit report that was presented to the State Board of Higher Education Audit Committee at a meeting Wednesday.
No major red flags were raised by a state audit report that was presented to the State Board of Higher Education Audit Committee at a meeting Wednesday. The audit report...
The temporary Law Library and other Law School offices are officially open at UND. The school’s $11 million Law School renovation and construction project has displaced faculty to Strinden, Twamley, Carnegie and Dakota Halls, but that hasn’t stopped anyone from doing their jobs, according to spokesman Rob Carolin.
UND President Robert Kelley has taken a 30-day leave to study faculty tenure. Kelley said the time will allow him to network and study different ways the process is implemented across the nation. He said he wants to use that information to create a more streamlined method of evaluating and awarding tenure at UND, not to create more or fewer tenure positions.