North Dakota, University of

North Dakota, University of,

at Grand Forks; state supported; coeducational; chartered 1883, opened 1884. It has several professional schools, including those for aerospace sciences, engineering and mines, law, and medicine. Noted research facilities include the Earth Systems Science Institute, the Energy and Environmental Research Center, and the Institute for Ecological Studies.
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The institutions that received the grants are Boston University, Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania State University (two projects), Texas A&M (two projects), University of Colorado, University of Dayton, University of Florida (two projects), Arizona State University, Drexel University, Iowa State University, University of Albany, University of Maine, University of Mississippi, University of Nevada, University of North Dakota, University of Pittsburgh, University of Utah (two projects), Duquesne University, and the University of Cincinnati.
Participating schools include Arizona State University, Boston College, Brigham Young University, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard Business School, Occidental College, Purdue University, Syracuse University, University of Kansas, University of North Dakota, University of Oklahoma, University of Texas, University of Virginia, University of Wisconsin, Utah State University, Westminster College, Wharton University and William Paterson University.
Little School of Management, University of California at Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon University, Cornell University, Ferris State University, Florida A&M University, Florida Community College, Florida State University, Georgetown University Law Center, George Washington University, Howard University, Indiana University, University of Minnesota, University of North Dakota, University of Texas at Austin, and Villanova University School of Law.
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