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  • Throwing the wrong switch

    How cells get derailed: Husband-and-wife UND research team explores the nitty-gritty details within genes that could result in the onset of cancers. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

    How cells get derailed: Husband-and-wife UND research team explores the nitty-gritty details within genes that could result in the onset of cancers.

  • A soaring soul

    Students, colleagues, friends and family remember longtime UND faculty member and environmentalist Glinda Crawford at Soaring Eagle Prairie Garden on campus; scholarship announced. Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.

    Students, colleagues, friends and family remember longtime UND faculty member and environmentalist Glinda Crawford at Soaring Eagle Prairie Garden on campus; scholarship announced.

     

     

  • Drilling down on a degree

    Andrew Brown, who is taking online petroleum engineering degree programs at the University of North Dakota from  his office in Houston, said, without the on campus lab experiences, graduates would go into the field blind without hands-on knowledge. Image courtesy of the UND Office of Extended Learning.

    With video: Houston native Andrew Brown finding his passion in a petroleum engineering degree from UND, from the comfort of home

     

  • Getting oriented

    Kyle Coleman, Elkhorn, Neb., an incoming freshman at the University of North Dakota, takes part in summer orientation activities at the University recently. Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.

    Incoming freshman Kyle Coleman, from Nebraska, had many offers to go to school elsewhere but UND just felt right. He recently got his first in-depth tours of the University.

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