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  • Everyday memorial

    When you meet Eidson, 28,  it’s not hard to notice the solemn black bracelets he wears -- one on each wrist -- to remind him of two fellow Marines who gave the ultimate sacrifice: one in battle in Afghanistan and the other at home at Camp Pendleton in California.Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

    UND student Matt Eidson pays constant tribute to fallen Marine Corps buddies with memorial bracelets.


  • Sky-high goals

    Growing up in South Portland, Maine, she had an array of interests. She was a cheerleader, field hockey champion and was an aviation enthusiast, specifically, air traffic control.

    Air Traffic Control grad Rebecca Roberts gets her bachelor's degree on time because of online, Enroll Anytime courses through UND’s Office of Extended Learning. 

  • Biomedical boost

    Recognizing the already notable reputation of University of North Dakota’s biomedical research enterprise, the federal government just authorized a $10.7 million grant to a group of scientists based at UND’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences (SMHS) to dig deeper into the many questions surrounding infectious agents.

    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awards $10.7 million COBRE grant to UND's School of Medicine and Health Sciences in recognition of its biomedical science capabilities.

  • Sprechen Sie Deutsch?

    Amy Shirek and Ashley Schomer, both students at the University of North Dakota, are headed for Germany to help teach English to young German students for 10 months as part of the Fulbright Teaching Assistantship (ETA) in Germany. Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.

    Two UND students prove they have what it takes to be language and cultural ambassadors for the U.S. Fulbright Program to help teach English to Germans in Germany.

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