February 12, 2016

I am delighted to share the specifics of a phone call I received earlier this week from the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), the agency that accredits the medical education programs of schools in the United States and Canada. Although we had not anticipated hearing from the LCME until later this month or early next month regarding the return visit of their survey team last year, I was happy to receive an early notification, especially when I learned that the entire LCME committee had accepted the positive review from the team, complimented the School on the way it has addressed the previously noted citations, and put us back on the regular cycle of review. While there may well be some suggestions for continued monitoring and improvement in a few areas, we no longer have the “warning” label associated with us, remain fully accredited and in good status, and our next LCME visit will be in 2022. All of this, while anticipated, still is very good news, and reflects the hard work of many people. I would like to acknowledge in particular the leadership and hard work of accreditation lead Dr. Ken Ruit, along with wonderful assistance from Drs. Gwen Halaas, Steve Tinguely, and Susan Zelewski. Thanks to them and the many other people who worked so hard for this good outcome, including Linda Anderson in Dr. Halaas’s office.

And based on changes that we’ve made to our entire accreditation process that I’ve discussed here before, I anticipate that future visits by the LCME survey team will be less stressful and problematic. The major change is that we now incorporate accreditation preparation and compliance activities into our routine curricular management process (rather than waiting to prepare for an LCME visit in the one or two preceding years). Under the overall direction of Assistant Dean for Medical Accreditation and Chief Medical Accreditation Officer Dr. Stephen Tinguely, our LCME-related activities are ongoing, iterative, and continuous. We are in a minority (but increasing number) of schools that now handle things in this proactive and forward-looking manner, but looking back, one has to wonder why almost all schools (ours included) handled accreditation visits the way we did in the past. I certainly anticipate that the 2022 visit will be smooth sailing indeed!

Coming right on the heels of the LCME communication was additional verification of the robustness of one of our educational programs, but this time in the form of an important outcome measure (you may recall that the LCME assessment is largely of process-related issues). The American Board of Family Medicine just released the results of its board examination for certification in family medicine. The graduates of our family medicine residency in Minot continue to have a 100 percent pass rate on the exam as they have over the past five years! So congratulations to these doctors, and to the Minot-area doctors who train them.

Congratulations also are in order on the research and education fronts. We’ve just learned that Professor Brij Singh in the Department of Basic Sciences has been selected as the winner of the 2016 UND Foundation Thomas J. Clifford Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Research, and Assistant Professor Makoto Tsuchiya in the Department of Sports Medicine has been selected as the winner of the 2016 UND Foundation Award for Outstanding Academic Advising. They will be honored at the Founders Day Banquet on Thursday, February 25. I hope that you join me in congratulating Brij and Makoto on their singular achievements, and can join us for the Founders Day banquet celebration. 

Lastly, I’d like to remind you again of a very special and distinguished speaker who will be visiting us next week. Bendheim Professor Mark Pauly, Professor of Health Care Management and Professor of Business Economics and Public Policy at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, is one of the most eminent healthcare economists and policy experts in the world. It is a real honor and thrill to welcome him to North Dakota, where he has told me that he wants to learn more about rural healthcare delivery. Well, he’s come to the right place! And the right place for you next Thursday, February 18, at noon is in the Keller Auditorium to hear his talk titled “Health Care Cost Containment That Does More Good than Harm: What Are Our Choices?” I hope to see you there. 

Joshua Wynne, MD, MBA, MPH
UND Vice President for Health Affairs
Dean UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences


Recent Educational Policies to Review

Automatic Dismissal of First-Year Medical Students.

Inhibiting Conditions for Health Sciences and Medical Students.

Student Bloodborne & Biological Pathogen Exposure Management.

Conflict of Interest for Assessment.

Conflict of Interest for Standing Committees.

View all of the School's Policies and Procedures.

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Mary Lizakowski

     Research Specialist

Mary Lizakowski will begin employment as a research specialist in the Department of Geriatrics on February 16. Her supervisor is Donald Jurivich. 

Elizabeth Pritchert

     Billing Clerk

Elizabeth Pritchert will begin employment as a billing clerk at the Center for Family Medicine in Bismarck on February 22. Her supervisor is Linda Fleck.

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Occupational Therapy 2016 St. Catherine Challenge is February 5–12

UND Occupational Therapy students are seeking to raise funding for the St. Catherine Challenge. The St. Catherine Challenge is a student-led initiative to build the profession of occupational therapy through raising funds for research in support of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation's mission.

Schools of occupational therapy across the nation take on the challenge, create their own fundraisers, engage their communities in the effort, and come together at the annual AOTA conference to cheer for the cause. Donations are used exclusively to fund and promote research into occupational therapy and thus advance the science of everyday living. As charter members of the St. Catherine Challenge, we are eager to engage in fundraising for this challenge.

As student coordinators for the UND Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA), working under the supervision of Dr. Anne Haskins, we feel as though it is of the utmost importance to create exciting fundraising opportunities among our OT peers to encourage involvement in the St. Catherine Challenge. We will be holding a silent auction at the School of Medicine and Health Sciences to auction off our fellow Student Occupational Therapy Association members to faculty, staff, or students within the School of Medicine and Health Sciences who could use assistance with a task. Individuals in the Department of Occupational Therapy who are interested in offering their time and skills will be “rented” by the winning bidders for an afternoon. Winning bidders will be allowed to “rent” students on behalf of other individuals whom they know may be in need of assistance (e.g., a friend needing help moving or a parent requiring cleaning help). Following the auction, the students will contact the highest bidders to establish details regarding time and place.

Services that students may provide include cleaning, shoveling snow, raking leaves, babysitting, supervising children at a birthday party, painting, moving, designing, organizing, and much more. However, there are restrictions to the nature of services that can be provided: no transportation of people, no power tools, no activities involving fire or explosives, and no activities involving heights or tasks that place one in danger.

Any SOTA participant is able to deny particular activities requested of him or her if he or she does not feel comfortable completing the task requested. The most important requirement is that OT students must be rented in pairs. The pair of OT students will be required to report to Dr. Grabanski or designated SOTA representative via phone (call or text) at the time he or she arrives at the destination requested, as well as immediately after leaving his or her location to ensure the safety of each student.

The silent auction will take place February 5–12. Please e-mail bids to amber.daly@UND.edu. Please include your name, bid amount, phone number, and e-mail address. It is preferred that the subject of the e-mail read "Rent an OT." We will take the highest bids and match each with the number of students who have volunteered for this event. For example, if 20 students volunteer, they would be in groups of two; therefore, we would accept and notify the 10 highest bidders. The three weeks following the auction is the time span that the bidders would be available to use the students for up to four hours of service to the bidders.

If you have any questions, please e-mail Amber Daly or Samantha Coyle

Amber Daly and Samantha Coyle
Second-Year and First-Year Occupational Therapy Students

Donald Jurivich is invited panelist for "The Age of Love" documentary on February 14

Donald Jurivich, DO, the founding Eva L. Gilbertson, MD, Distinguished Chair of Geriatrics at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences, has been invited by Sanford Health in Fargo to participate in a panel discussion after the showing of the documentary The Age of Love.

The documentary is sponsored by AARP as part of their new drive to counter ageism. The film is an account of older single adults who join a speed dating event at their local senior center.

Admission to the documentary is free. It will be shown at 1 p.m. on Sunday, February 14, at the Fargo Theatre, 314 Broadway in Fargo. Doors open at 12:30 p.m.

Jurivich is among a group of panelists with backgrounds in geriatrics and gerontology who will preside over a post-movie question-and-answer period focused on the emotional, social, and physical dimensions of love in late life.

Shelly Peltier will present on Native American behavioral health on February 18

The Seven Generations Center of Excellence presents Shelly Peltier, PhD, who will present her talk titled “Native American Behavioral Health” at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 18, in the Medora Room in the Memorial Union on the UND campus in Grand Forks.

Bring your lunch and join us! Peltier will present for one hour with discussion and questions to follow.

Shelly Peltier is a licensed clinical psychologist and has been working for the Indian Health Service Behavioral Health Department for the past 22 years. She currently serves as the director of the program, a position she has held for 14 years. Peltier earned her PhD in Clinical Psychology at the University of North Dakota. She completed her internship and postdoctoral training at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center and has served on the advisory board for the Indians into Psychology Doctoral Education (INPSYDE) Program at UND. Peltier is currently an adjunct professor for the UND psychology program and a member of the North Dakota State Hospital Governing Board. She works with all age groups and and addresses all types of mental health disorders. Peltier is an enrolled member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians.

Nikki Massmann, BS
Communication Coordinator
Center for Rural Health

Mark V. Pauly presents next Dean's Hour on February 18

Mark V. Pauly, PhD, Bendheim Professor in the Department of Health Care Management at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, is the next Dean's Hour Speaker at noon on Thursday, February 18, in the Reed Keller Auditorium, Room 1350, at the SMHS in Grand Forks. The title of his presentation is "Health Care Cost Containment That Does More Good than Harm: What Are Our Choices?"

Lunch will be provided on the Grand Forks Campus. If you plan to attend on the Grand Forks Campus, please let us know by responding at the following link: https://und.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bruIldYWGsXlOaF.

His presentation will be broadcast to the following UND SMHS campus sites:

  • Bismarck, Southwest Campus, Room 2108.
  • Fargo, Southeast Campus, Room 220.
  • Minot, Northwest Campus Office–Trinity Location.

Also available at your desktop at the following link: http://Bit.ly/deans-hour.

For additional information, contact the Office of the Dean at (701) 777-2514. 

Lori L. Sannes, Administrative Officer
Office of the Dean

Prashant Mali will present Basic Sciences Seminar on February 25

Prashant Mali, PhD, assistant professor of bioengineering with the University of California, San Diego, Jacobs School of Engineering, will present his talk titled "From reading genomes to interpreting genomes" at 11 a.m. on Thursday, February 25, in Room 5510 at the SMHS in Grand Forks.

All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Mary Bohlman, Administrative Assistant
Department of Basic Sciences

Save the Date for Spirit Week—February 22–26

The desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money to good causes.

What would UND look like without philanthropy? There would be no Chester Fritz Library, no John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, no Ralph Engelstad Arena, no Gorecki Alumni Center, no scholarships.

So, let’s celebrate those who’ve helped make UND great during Spirit Week from February 22 to February 26.

  • Monday, February 22
    Media Monday: Tell us why you love UND! Tweet or Instragram #UNDSpirit all week for prizes!
  • Tuesday, February 23 
    Mug Up to Philanthropy: Warm up with FREE hot cocoa, play UND trivia, and learn about those who make UND great!
    11 a.m.–2 p.m.
    Memorial Union
  • Wednesday, February 24 
    Pay it Forward Wednesday: Show your spirit and Pay it Forward.
    11 a.m.–2 p.m.
    Memorial Union
  • Thursday, February 25 
    Thank-a-Thon: Private gifts make your UND education possible, so thank a donor! Stop by the entrance to the Harley French Library of the Health Sciences to write a thank you. Grab a cookie and a bottle of water or juice.
    1 p.m.–3 p.m.
  • Friday, February 26 
    Spirit Day: Got green? Show it! Wear your UND gear and get UND Birthday Cake!
    11 a.m.–2 p.m.
    Memorial Union

Save the Date—Java with Josh is March 3

All SMHS faculty, staff, and students are invited to have an informal, complimentary cup of coffee, juice, or tea with Dean Wynne in the Lower Vennes Atrium from 8:30 to 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 3, to discuss what’s new at the School.

Questions are encouraged!

RSVP to Kristen Peterson by Thursday, February 25.

Hope to see you there.

Dean Joshua Wynne, MD, MBA, MPH

Community Showcases

In a collaborative effort, the Center for Rural Health, the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and the North Dakota Area Health Education Center (AHEC) will be hosting four events this spring called the Community Showcases. These events will be held in Minot, Grand Forks, Fargo, and Bismarck.

  • Minot: Thursday, March 10, 2016
    Center for Family Medicine
    1201 11th Avenue SW
    6:00–9:00 p.m.
  • Grand Forks: Wednesday, March 30, 2016
    Altru Health System, basement meeting Rooms A–D
    1200 S. Columbia Road
    5:00–8:00 p.m.
  • Fargo: Thursday, March 31, 2016
    Southeast Campus Medical Education Building/VA Campus
    1919 Elm Street North
    5:00–8:00 p.m.
  • Bismarck: Wednesday, April 6, 2016
    Center for Family Medicine, Sanford Auditorium, 4th Floor
    701 E Rosser Avenue
    5:00–8:00 p.m.

Purpose of the events
These events are designed to allow North Dakota hospitals and healthcare facilities a chance to meet and talk with current third- and fourth-year medical students as well as residents in an effort to recruit and retain them here in our state after the completion of medical training.

Structure of the events
North Dakota healthcare facilities will have a practicing provider and an administrative team member in attendance to give a brief presentation about what it’s like to live and practice in their particular community. Medical students and residents will supply information about themselves, such as specialty area they are considering, hometown, and special interests, in order to be able to connect with facilities who might be able to meet their personal and professional needs.

Spouses and significant others are invited to attend the events with the medical students; we know it is important for families to be involved in the job-seeking process.

Light appetizers will be served.

To register a booth as a healthcare facility, click here.

To RSVP as a medical student or resident, click here.

If you have any questions, please contact

Michelle Montgomery, MSW, LCSW
Project Coordinator
Office of Primary Care
Department of Family and Community Medicine
(701) 777-5485


Stacy Kusler
Workforce Specialist
Center for Rural Health
(701) 777-3300

Save the Date: Frank Low Research Day is Thursday, April 7

Frank Low Research Day is Thursday, April 7, at the SMHS in Grand Forks. Students and faculty in basic sciences, health sciences, and clinical departments are encouraged to participate in the poster presentations, which will be displayed in the upper and lower Vennes Atrium of the School.

Call for abstracts, registration, and more information will be forthcoming. For more information, please contact Joann Johnson, (701) 777-6269.

Joann Johnson
Frank Low Research Day Coordinator

Register now for Building Building Better Brains Symposium

The two UND School of Medicine and Health Sciences Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence—the Center for Neurodegenerative Disorder Research and the Epigenomics of Development and Disease—will sponsor a two-day neuroepigenetics symposium, “Building Better Brains,” on April 11 and 12, 2016, at the Gorecki Alumni Center in Grand Forks.

The keynote speaker will be Eric Nestler, MD, PhD, Nash Family Professor of Neuroscience at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York, where he serves as chair of the Department of Neuroscience and director of the Friedman Brain Institute. Other prominent guest speakers will be Drs. Detlev Boison, Avtar Roopra, Jungsu Kim, and Peng Jin.

More information on the schedule of events, registration, guest speakers, and data blitz presentations can be found at http://www.med.und.edu/epigenetics/symposium2016.cfm.

Bonnie Kee
Administrative Assistant
Department of Basic Sciences

Altru Health System’s “The Team Approach to Diabetes” is April 28

Altru Health System’s "The Team Approach to Diabetes" will be from 8:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. on April 28 at the Alerus Center, 1200 42nd Street South, in Grand Forks. The conference is geared toward the health professional who cares for people with diabetes. The purpose of the conference is to provide recommendations for the best practices to improve diabetes care with a focus on the life span continuum of care. The symposium will be focused on the discussion of actual cases encountered every day.

Preregistration is required. No refunds will be provided. Lunch is included for pre-paid and preregistered participants only.

Fees and Payment

Physicians and Health Professionals (non-Altru employees): $80
Residents and Students: $30
Altru Employees: $20

Register online or view the conference brochure for further details and a printable registration form.

Register Now! 2016 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health

The Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health provides an opportunity for over 300 healthcare professionals, educators, and students to share strategies for building and sustaining healthy communities in North Dakota. It includes pre-conference workshops, keynote speakers, breakout sessions, poster presentations, evening workshops, and an awards banquet. The 2016 conference will be held May 16–18 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks.

The Dakota Conference is coordinated and facilitated by the Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences and is supported by the following organizations:

Register now!

Contact Kylie Nissen, (701) 777-5380; or Julie Reiten, (701) 777-4173.

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Simlympics 2016 winners












Fear: the look on first-year medical students’ faces when they enter a lecture hall filled with their peers and a panel of judges to face an unknown emergency in the ER.

On February 3 and 4, SMHS medical students competed in the Third Annual Simlympics competition. Organized by the SMHS Emergency Medicine Interest Group (EMIG) and the North Dakota Simulation, Teaching, and Research (ND STAR) Center team, this tournament-style competition featured teams of four to five medical students, each presented with patients they could realistically encounter in the ER. Students were scored by a panel of physician judges on their ability to collect information about the patient’s history, work as a team, exercise sound clinical reasoning, and effectively communicate and empathize with the patient. A high-pressure, yet low-stakes environment gave medical students an opportunity to apply what they have learned in the classroom and gain valuable feedback on their successes and mistakes.

Six different teams of second-year medical students competed on Wednesday, February 3. The finalists had to treat an agitated patient under the influence of methamphetamine who sustained multiple stab wounds. The winning team was composed of second-year students Matt Glogoza, Jenn Glatt, Lisa Poole, and Whitney Bettenhausen. 

On Thursday, February 4, six teams of first-year medical students faced a variety of emergency situations, including an allergic reaction after a seafood dinner, a young athlete who collapsed on the field, and a gunshot wound to the leg in a hunting accident. The winning team was composed of first-year students Britta Stjern, Mylan Panteah, Tasha Garcia, Melissa Gunderson, and Ciciley Littlewolf.

The Emergency Medicine Interest Group would like to thank the ND STAR staff as well as our guest judges for another successful year of Simlympics and for helping medical students learn more about emergency medicine.


  • Jon Allen, MD, FACP, Associate Professor of Medicine, Director of ND STAR Simulation Center and Year-2 Clinical Skills, Director of SIM-ND
  • Dawn Drake
  • Jamie Hamilton
  • Andrew Lundstrom
  • Amy Malheim
  • Ericka Olsen
  • Joyce Sang
  • Lindsay Sannes
  • Tim Shea
  • Cheryl Stauffenecker


  • Ralph Levitt, MD, Clinical Professor of Internal Medicine
  • Rabeea Aboufakher, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
  • Brady Burckhard, Fourth-Year Medical Student
  • Betsy Dickson, Fourth-Year Medical Student
  • Rachel Marohl, Fourth-Year Medical Student

Mark Hovland and Michael Gilchrist
SMHS Second-Year Medical Students
Copresidents, Emergency Medicine Interest Group

Congratulations! SMHS faculty and staff will be honored on Founders Day

Founders Day marks the anniversary of the signing of the legislation establishing the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, the official birthday of UND. The first celebration of Founders Day was held in 1904.

At this year's celebration on Thursday, February 25, the following SMHS faculty and staff will be honored:

Research Award

Professor Brij Singh, PhD, in the Department of Basic Sciences, will receive the UND Foundation/Thomas J. Clifford Faculty Achievement Award for Excellence in Research.

Advising Award

Makoto Tsuchiya, MS, ATC, Assistant Professor and Coordinator, Educational Technology, in the Department of Sports Medicine, will receive the UND Foundation Award for Outstanding Academic Advising.

Recognition for 25 Years of Service

  • Stacy Askvig, Minot Center for Family Medicine 
  • James Beal, Family and Community Medicine
  • Bonnie Lanz, Bismarck Center for Family Medicine 
  • Jane Thorvilson, Student Affairs and Admissions 
  • Wanda Weber, Information Resources

Retired and retiring faculty and staff

  • Connie Diede, Internal Medicine
  • Debra Kroese, Basic Sciences
  • Vikki McCleary, Physician Assistant Studies
  • James Mitchell, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science
  • Mary Reinertson-Sand, Center for Rural Health
  • Phyllis Tweton, Education Resources
  • Richard Wilsnack, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science

Sara Bjerke wins National Athletic Trainers' Association Service Award

Sara E. Bjerke, BS AT '95, MS, ATC, LAT, an instructor and assistant athletic trainer in the Department of Sports Medicine, was announced as a winner of a National Athletic Trainers' Association (NATA) Service Award. She will be accepting the award this summer at the national convention in Baltimore, Maryland.

The Service Award recognizes NATA members for their contributions to the athletic training profession as a volunteer at the local and state levels. Recipients have been involved in professional associations, community organizations, grassroots public relations efforts, and service as a volunteer athletic trainer.

Sara has been very active in the state of North Dakota by serving as past president of the North Dakota Athletic Trainers' Association (NDATA). Currently, Sara is the executive director of the NDATA and serves on the Board of Directors of the Mid-America Athletic Trainers' Association. 

Steven Westereng, LAT, ATC, MA, CSCS
Chair and Assistant Professor
Department of Sports Medicine

2015 Annual staff evaluations are due on February 26

A reminder to all supervisors of SMHS staff employees that completed 2015 Performance Management Plans (annual staff evaluations) are due to my office on or before Friday, February 26, 2016. A complete listing of individuals for whom evaluations are required was sent to all departments in December 2015. Please direct any questions to my attention.

Thank you,

Jean Altepeter
Associate Director-Human Resources

"Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Advancing Research and Clinical Education"—CDC Grand Rounds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Public Health Grand Rounds is a monthly webcast created to foster discussion on major public health issues. Each session focuses on key challenges related to a specific health topic, and explores the latest scientific evidence and the potential effect of different interventions. The Grand Rounds sessions also highlight how the CDC and its partners are already addressing these challenges and discuss the recommendations for future research and practice. February's presentation is "Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Advancing Research and Clinical Education." All of the webcasts are archived for later viewing.

Social Media: McKynsay Vanderpan

On our Facebook page, read the Grand Forks Herald article about McKynsay Vanderpan, AT '02, the only person who has been with the women's hockey program since Year 1.

Also on our Facebook page, Dean Wynne answers questions about curbing childhood obesity, and about sudden death or sudden cardiac arrest in his latest Health Matters column, which can be found in the Grand Forks Herald every other Monday. Please submit any general health-related questions to healthmatters@med.und.edu.

You can also get the latest SMHS news by following the School on Twitter

University Letter—From President Schafer: UND budget planning information and steps

Dear Campus Community:

The following information was distributed to Vice Presidents, Deans, Department Chairs and Directors. I wanted to make sure that all faculty and staff are aware of this communication.

Ed Schafer

More information about this and other UND news can be found in the University Letter. Published on Tuesdays and Thursdays, it is distributed electronically to the University community and is always available online. For more information, contact editor Jan Orvik at (701) 777-3621.

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Mandatory PHS Financial Conflict of Interest Education Session

The Public Health Service (PHS) has recently revised its policy requiring that all PHS grantees or those considering submitting to the PHS complete a mandatory education class. According to the new policy, all grantees must be trained in conflict of interest every four years. The Division of Research and Economic Development will be conducting a training session on

  • Tuesday, April 12, from 2 to 3 p.m. in the Presidents Room at the Memorial Union.

You only need to attend the session if you have not already done so. Training is necessary every four years. 

The session will be presented by Barry Milavetz, PhD, associate vice president for Research and Economic Development; and David Schmidt, assistant vice president for Research and Economic Development.

PHS agencies include

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
  • Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)
  • Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA)
  • Indian Health Service (IHS)
  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

If you have questions, please contact Barry Milavetz, PhD, (701) 777-4278.  

Diane Hillebrand, CRA
Grant and Contract Officer

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Library of the Health Sciences hours for Presidents' Day holiday weekend

Library of the Health Sciences hours for February 12 through February 15 are the following:

  • Friday, Feb. 12—7:30 a.m.–5 p.m.
  • Saturday, Feb. 13—1 p.m.–5 p.m.
  • Sunday, Feb. 14—1 p.m.–5 p.m.
  • Monday, Feb. 15, Presidents' Day—10 a.m.–midnight

If you have any questions, please contact Kelly Thormodson (701) 777-4129.

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