Each UND student embarks on a journey to become a leader. It's work worth doing, making
a positive impact locally, nationally and beyond.
“Driving through Johnson Space Center, it was like ‘Holy Cow,’ I'm actually here [interning] for the moon landing celebrations.”
“I was just going to drop out of school and go work with my parents. I didn’t know what I else I could do.”
“There's a difference between going to school at 18, and going to school at 28.”
“Dr. Lee is the best professor I’ve had at UND. He made me believe I belong in the classroom.”
“Hearing is a gift. I want to give that gift to people.”
“My driving force has been to do the most I can with my life while I'm here."
“I will truly be able to help people with what I have learned.”
“Being on TV might help anybody who is inspired by a STEM field or the weather.
“When I finish my degree, I'll stay with the company I'm with now, take on an engineering
role ... and have more opportunity to advance.
“You can be a student-athlete, and you can be interested in fashion, and you can be a scientist.”
“I want to help people at their darkest times or most embarrassing times.”
"I think online learning works really great for me as an older adult."
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