Grad Stories from the University of North Dakota

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Grad Stories from the University of North Dakota

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Past and present stories about graduate life at the University of North Dakota. Current and past graduate students, historic photographs and archive information.This collection is in development and will continue to grow.

For more information visit http://graduateschool.und.edu

Items in the Grad Stories from the University of North Dakota Collection

Grad Story #1
Researcher, Icahn Medical Institute  UNCF Merck Science Initiative Fellow '08  On choosing UND... "UND provided a good support network for me throughout my studies. The community and the school was really helpful. Grad school is tough. You have to…

Grad Story #2
Mixed Media with an emphasis on Photography  Department of Art and Design.  On Presentation Opportunities... "Thankfully I had a lot of opportunities to present my work. As a McNair scholar I was asked to participate in a lot of their programs…

Grad Story #3
Currently working on a Ph.D. in Teaching & Learning  Inaugural recipient of the Hui-Mei Chen Hung Memorial Scholarship which provides students from the National Taiwan Normal University with the opportunity to attend the University of North…

Grad Story #4
M.S. Space Studies '09 After working with the Presidential Helicopter program, Deborah wanted to focus her career on human space flight and spacecraft. Earning her Space Studies degree helped her to achieve her goal, and Deborah now works on the…

Grad Story #5
Master of Science, Early Childhood Education, '09. McNair Scholar. Graffiti Artist. Early Childhood Educator. Mentor.    Former professional basketball player, Rich Patterson always valued working with kids and helping them to succeed. His path to…

Grad Story #6
Degree: Ph.D. in Chemistry, graduated '10  Josef is from the Czech Republic.  Research interest: to discover a new analytical approach for the determination of oligomeric structures in air particulate matter. Recognition: awarded the Dr. Roland…

Grad Story #7
George Davies received UND's first doctoral degree in 1914. He studied with John Gillette, widely regarded as the "Father of Rural Sociology", and the renowned historian Orin G. Libby. His academic career led to numerous scholarly publications and a…

Grad Story #8
"Why UND? I always wanted to do astronomy and solar system science. The way it worked was asteroids and I did that in India and wanted to pursue that further as an education. I found out that there were a lot of people discovering asteroids but…

Grad Story #9
"I had retired from the public school system and was teaching survey classes at the University of Louisville. I had heard about a Doctor of Arts program geared towards people who want to teach History at the high school or college level. I wanted to…

Grad Story #10
In 1895, the University of North Dakota presented its first graduate degree, an M.A. in Latin, to Harrison A. Bronson for a study of Greek life in the plays of Terence.The discernment and discipline reinforced by this work served Harrison well as he…