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Report highlights areas of growth for women-owned businesses
A report released March 27 by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation's Center for Women in Business offers revealing statistics regarding the current state of women-owned businesses in the country an...
3/28/14 at 10:50 AM Luring them in 12/16/13 at 6:18 PM
International ag research conference headed to Fargo 10/21/13 at 3:30 PM
Move It and Lose It
Reframing perceptions about exercise With obesity affecting more than 78 million adult Americans in 2013, there is no question a need for practicing healthier habits has arisen. Emily Bublitz, a D...
3/12/14 at 3:32 PM Society of Physics Students named “Distinguished SPS Chapter” 12/6/13 at 2:52 PM
Rinita Dalan to teach course for archaeologists in Verulamium 4/18/13 at 2:05 PM
How to be polite in 14 steps (with pictures)...
Is politeness an antiquated behavior? Have we lost our ability as a society to be civil and gracious to others? I wonder this every single day as I watch the way our society has become disconnected ...
3/7/14 at 11:39 AM The other team... 9/29/13 at 10:01 PM
Is your underwear lucky? 6/19/12 at 7:09 PM
Susan G. Komen Minnesota Race for The Cure
3/4/14 at 8:20 AM Critical Breast Cancer Project 4/16/13 at 2:42 PM
Cancer Healthy Foods 2/15/13 at 6:36 AM
TODAY: Sixth Annual ‘Cyprus Lecture’ at UND features renowned archaeologist
By Kate Menzies, UND Division of University & Public Affairs student writer Its not every day one is in the presence of a rock star. But TODAY, Thursday, Jan. 23, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., one will...
1/23/14 at 12:48 PM UND Vice President for Research and Economic Development Phyllis Johnson announces retirement 1/17/14 at 11:01 AM
The year in review: Noteworthy UND stories from 2013/Top 10 UND Homepage Feature Stories in 2013, ranked in order of page views. 1/3/14 at 5:54 PM
Alzheimers Disease, Insuline resistance, and Diabetese: Let's Connect the Dots
The topic of this weeks neruochem discussion was based on the article "Possible implications of insulin resistane and glucose metabolism in Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis". This article was based on...
11/30/13 at 11:57 PM Iron Accumulation in Parkinson's Disease 11/30/13 at 10:39 PM
Neurochemistry Reflections 12/11/12 at 9:06 PM
Real Life Writing
One of my sons favorite -- and unanswerable -- questions through the years had to do with Algebra and higher math. When will I ever use this? he asked. And if I never use it, why do I have to learn...
7/22/13 at 1:51 PM
Biking to help others
This story was published in the Saturday edition of the West Central Tribunes Extra! Its another example of someone bicycling to raise funds for a cause. Willmar teen biking in honor of cousin By Ka...
6/26/13 at 3:32 PM
So You're Moving to BoomTown, USA... Now What?
You hear about oilfield boomtowns everywhere in the media, some outlets even going so far as to compare them to a modern-day Wild West. The thought of actually moving to one of these towns can be daun...
3/4/13 at 1:42 PM
Civil rights video, “The Road to Little Rock,” premieres Jan. 24
On Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m., a part of the civil rights movement will come back to life on the big screen. The Fargo Theatre will show The Road to Little Rock, a 30-minute documentary video ...
1/17/13 at 1:30 PM Is your four-year-old ready to "Gear Up?" 9/6/12 at 9:19 AM
District named "Best Place" for music education 4/18/12 at 2:17 PM
DNR plans aerial deer, elk surveys in northwest Minnesota
This past weekends blizzard should be good news for wildlife crews from the Department of Natural Resources, who are planning to conduct helicopter deer surveys in parts of northwest Minnesota and els...
1/14/13 at 11:42 AM Bear cub then ... and now 4/18/12 at 12:11 PM
An Early Start in Research
John Stelter 15, Plymouth, Minn., dove into research before he even set foot in his first class. It was Orientation week of Stelters freshman year. The sociology department was holding a gathering fo...
12/14/12 at 11:28 AM Students Research at Long Lake 8/21/12 at 10:17 AM
Larson Presents on Undergraduate Research 5/30/12 at 8:42 AM
Sleep More & Stop Late Night Eating to Lose Fat
Here are few fat loss studies I found interesting this week. Check it out! Want To Lose Weight? Sleep More! When it comes to losing weight the two methods that come to mind are diet and exercise. We...
11/16/12 at 10:57 AM
Should the Looting of Archaeological Sites be Promoted?
Two new television series, one on Spike TV and the other on the National Geographic Channel, that promote and, not surprisingly, glorify the looting of archaeological sites across the United States wi...
3/5/12 at 1:05 PM The Prehistoric Indian Village Gives Back to the Community 8/26/11 at 1:39 PM
A Story of Corn (or A Corny Story) 8/17/11 at 4:26 PM
The Mouse Race
I work in a research laboratory that studies obesity. We use both human and animal models in our experiments, but I work only with the animals. Sometimes I joke that the people with good interperson...
12/25/11 at 2:17 PM