2021 Spring Commencement
UND’s Spring 2021 Commencement ceremony, set for May 15, will be held online due to the ongoing pandemic.
- The announcement is being made early to allow graduates and their families to plan accordingly.
- Even though the UND commencement ceremonies will take place virtually, UND’s desire to celebrate and recognize the academic accomplishments of our graduates remains a priority.
- The virtual commencement ceremonies will be posted online May 15, and will include links to General Commencement for bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees; School of Medicine & Health Sciences Commencement; and School of Law Commencement. Each graduate will have a slide that includes their name, degree, and a submitted photo.
- Students will later receive a graduation “Hawk Pack” with their diploma, printed program, and other items. Spring graduates are also invited to return to campus to participate in a future commencement.
Newsletters & Communications
- DEAN'S NEWSLETTER - SPRING SEMESTER 2021
- DEAN'S NEWSLETTER - FALL SEMESTER 2020
- COMMUNITY COLLABORATIVE CORNER
CEHD Student Highlights
UND's Winter Virtual Commencement ceremony was held on Friday, December 18. The pre-recorded graduate and undergraduate ceremony is available for viewing. Ceremonies honor each graduate individually for their achievements.
Why Did You Choose UND?
Tom Twedell is a CEHD Alum who is currently teaching middle school science and history in Manvel Public School.
UND’s fourth annual Graduate Research Appreciation Day brings in more partners and diverse schools of thought.
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TSA Explosives Specialist from North Dakota Receives National Recognition
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Overcoming Barriers: Killdeer Coach & Native American Reflects on Leadership
Helping Those Who Came Before Him
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Working with Others to Advance Equity and Health
We are #UNDproud to announce that Maylynn Riding In Warne, Educational Foundations and Research Ph.D. student, has been selected to participate in one of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s leadership programs!
Bridget Pinoniemi and co-writers Grant R. Tomkinson, Tanis J. Walch, James N. Roemmich and John S. Fitzgerald showed that the muscular power of American kids improved beetween 1911 and 1990, which may reflect corresponding improvements in general health. Unfortunately, no recent data are available. Because muscular power is simple and easy to measure using jumping tests, we encourage researchers and teachers to monitor kids' health through the routine assessment of jumping ability.
Sports Medicine publishes research with UND graduate student as lead author.
How hard is it to pick the next Usain Bolt, Ian Thorpe or Anna Meares? Finding a world
champion often falls to talent scouts and involves years of hard work, but could it
be as simple as a 35-second body scan? Congratulations to former UND Kinesiology
Graduate Student Joe D. Derouchey.
Congratulations to a former UND Kinesiology Student & volleyball/basketball standout, Ms. Faith Dooley, on publication of her first peer-reviewed journal article in Sports Medicine.