UND attracts another major COBRE grant
Chester Fritz Disguised Professor of Biomedicine Brij Singh, the lead scientist in a $10.7 million COBRE grant project to investigate questions surrounding infectious diseases, recently received the first $2-plus million installment of the grant funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
UND Space Studies crew spends 10 days in isolation in Lunar-Mars Habitat
An all-female international team of three graduate students boarded the University of North Dakota’s Inflatable Lunar-Mars Habitat in April for a sealed, 10-day mission inside. The crew successfully emerged from its isolation on May 6 after conducting a series of scientific tests that included monitoring their own health levels.
UND’s Denning takes top honors in international fashion merchandizing competition
Members of the University of North Dakota’s DECA won big at the DECA International Career Development Conference in Washington, D.C. The biggest winner was marketing major Elizabeth Denning, who won first in fashion merchandizing against students from such schools as the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.