Monthly Archives: May, 2010
The University of North Dakota, working in conjunction with Licensing Resource Group, has developed a timeline for retiring the use of the Fighting Sioux nickname and logo on merchandise.
The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education voted unanimously on Monday, May 10, to extend the deadline for the University of North Dakota to retire its nickname and logo to Aug. 15, 2011. The vote changes the previous deadline set on May 14, 2009, when the State Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to [...]
University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley addressed the University Senate about the structure and process for retiring UND’s nickname and logo
UND President Robert Kelley
July 5, 2013
Today, I want to provide you with an update on the issue of the UND nickname and logo.
First, though, I want to state that, as the Spring semester draws to a close, the University of North Dakota continues to focus on its core mission…teaching and learning; research, scholarship and creative work; and service to the state and nation. In addition, I reported last month at the University Council meeting on the status of UND’s budget and the NDUS budgeting process. UND is financially sound, and for that I want to thank the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education, the North Dakota Legislature, and the people of North Dakota for their continued support of the university. [...]
Statement by UND President Robert O. Kelley on Nickname/logo Transition
Statement by UND President Robert O. Kelley