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UND Assistant Professor of Education, Health and Behavior Diana D'Amico Pawlewicz pens thought-provoking OP-ED in The Washington Post on the history of salary debates, bargaining for the common good and the gendered nature of school policies.
Incoming UND President Andrew Armacost is featured as the lead mention in The Chronicle of Higher Education's weekly "Transitions" column.
UND Clinical Psychologist and Super-New Orleans Saints football fan Alan King is featured in the New Orleans Times-Picayune for his basement shrine to "Who-dat" culture in Grand Forks.
Stephen Wonderlich, a psychologist with UND's School of Medicine & Health Sciences is quoted in the Chicago Sun-Times in a feature obituary about Vivian Meehan, said to be the "founding mother of eating-disorder treatment."
UND Economist David Flynn lends expert analysis to Vox on why the presence of The Bank of North Dakota has been beneficial to the state...and why California may want something like it.
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