UND opens a student services center, breaks ground for a UAS building, lays brick for the UND School of Law

October 29, 2014

UND opens a student services center, breaks ground for a UAS building, lays brick for the UND School of Law

During Homecoming Week, the University of North Dakota cut the ribbon on a new One-Stop Student Services Center, broke ground for a new UND Aerospace building, Robin Hall, which focuses on the growing Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) education and research programs, and held a brick-laying ceremony to celebrate the progress on the UND School of Law addition and renovation project.

 

UND Student String Quartet  toured Western North Dakota

The UND Student String Quartet recently toured western North Dakota, performing free concerts in Stanley, Williston and Bismarck. The quartet comprises talented UND student musicians from North and South America and is conducted by Associate Professor Alejandro Drago.

 

NASA astronauts, including alumna Karen Nyberg, visit UND

NASA astronauts Karen Nyberg (a University of North Dakota alumna in mechanical engineering) and Doug Hurley visited the University of North Dakota Friday, Aug. 24, talking to classes in the College of Engineering & Mines and John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences and touring both colleges.