Welcome to the summer 2021 issue of the UND Alumni Magazine.

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The Duchessa of Cows & Co.The Duchessa of Cows & Co.

From the Netherlands to North Dakota, Maartje (van Bedaf) Murphy, '17, serves up handcrafted happiness.

A place to belong

Stepping Out of the Darkness: Part 2: A place to belong

The world of learning has changed shape. As education systems evolve, educators and UND alumni address the corresponding struggles and mental health of their students.

Scaling mountainsScaling mountains

Diagnosed with a life-altering condition, UND doctoral student Jonathan Thompson helps children with disabilities overcome mental hurdles.

'The picture is good, but the story is better.'‘The picture is good, but the story is better.’

As Bill Alkofer’s 40-year photography career is shuttered by ALS, he turns his attention to his ‘bucket list.’

Columns

From the CEOFrom the CEO:

Here's to those who do good.

From the presidentFrom the President

Celebrating a culture of entrepreneurship.

From the editorFrom the Editor

Friendships grown at UND.

On Campus

A change-maker in the medical labLeaders in Action: A change-maker in the medical lab

Kelli Maddock, '21, turns her love of animals into a career thanks to the flexibility of an online master’s degree from UND.

On campus: We are #UNDproudWe are #UNDproud

How UND is making headlines, from research partnerships to campus honors.

A NEW LOOK
A new look

The changing face of University Avenue. 

Bon voyage, Bertie!Bon voyage, Bertie!

Roberta Beauchamp is retiring after 35 years at the UND Alumni Association & Foundation.

Alumni in Action

Not by designNot by design

Reanna Rieman, ’04, didn’t study interior design at UND, but she finds her degree in fine arts translates well to a job she loves.

Gratitude for Kelly greenGratitude for Kelly green

A farewell from Hunter Pinke, '21

Remembering an aviation pioneerRemembering an aviation pioneer

University’s first woman pilot, Kay Lawrence, '42, gave her life for her country in World War II.

Daring to make history
Daring to make history

Lamoureux twins, former UND student athletes, receive state’s highest honor. 

Better water, better lives
Better water, better lives

Charlie Vein, ’76, retires as president and cofounder of AE2S after 30 years.

Bangladesh to NASA, via UND
Bangladesh to NASA, via UND

NASA internship latest accomplishment for Manna Khan, ’17, ’19, immigrant and nontraditional, first-generation college student.

Locker Room

All-Star recognitionAll-Star recognition

UND Letterwinners Association to induct 2020 and 2021 Hall of Fame classes.

UND Phi Delta Theta Pep Band
The Phi Delta Theta Pep Band

UND Hockey in the 1950s and '60s.

Departments

Class notesClass Notes

News from the UND alumni family.

UND Alumni CelebrationsUND Alumni Celebrations

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In MemoriamIn Memoriam

Dedicated to members of the University of North Dakota family who have recently passed away.

Compassionate generosity
Compassionate generosity

UND legacies: Remembering Laura Gay, ..'45

Thank you, donorsThank you donors

The UND Alumni Association & Foundation sincerely thanks all alumni and friends who have made gifts and commitments to support students, faculty, programs, and places at UND.

Learning & giving
Learning & giving

John B. Davenport leaves generous legacy gift to Chester Fritz Library.

Past Issues

Spring 2021

End of Year 2020

Winter 2020

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