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  • Proud pageantry

    Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

    An American Indian tradition lives strong at UND April 22-24 with annual Wacipi, bringing together cultures and people of all walks for celebration of aboriginal strength and unity.

  • Closed encounters

    From left to right, Carolyn Newton, Poonam Josan and Brittany Zimmerman, all UND master’s degree students in the Space Studies program. Fellow student and mission controller Sophie Orr is not pictured. (Photo by Jackie Lorentz.)

    All-female international crew of UND master’s degree students spending 10 days in Lunar-Mars ‘habitat’ on campus. Team slated to exit the sealed chamber next week at 11 a.m., Friday, May 6.


  • Excellence on display

    Statewide event featured top high school whiz kids showing off their research in a highly competitive environment (Photo by Shawna Noel Schill.)

    Video and photos: UND hosts 66th Annual North Dakota Science & Engineering Fair featuring top high school whiz kids showing off their research in a highly competitive environment.

  • Dancing in the RAIN

    Deb Wilson (at right) and Barb Anderson, leaders in UND’s Recruitment/Retention of American Indians into Nursing (RAIN) program and the College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines, are presented with honorary American Indian blankets for their years of services to the RAIN program, which celebrated its 25th anniversary on campus recently. (Photo by Jackie Lorentz.)

    UND program to recruit more American Indian nurses celebrates 25 successful years on campus.

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