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UNC Trustees Approve Debt Policy, Energy Plan; Adopt Resolution to Support State Initiative

University of Northern Colorado Board of Trustees approved separate items on a university debt policy and a plan that will result in future utility savings. In addition, the board adopted a resolution that supports a plan that could free up funds for higher education in the state budget.


UNC, Aims Faculty Collaborate on Reforming Student Transfer Process in 16-State Region

University of Northern Colorado and Aims Community College faculty will collaborate with the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE) on a $2.99 million grant from the U.S. Department of Higher Education for an initiative to reform the student-transfer process within the commission's 16-state region.


UNC Business Students Win Regional Tax Competition, Advance to National Contest

A team of five accounting students from the University of Northern Colorado's Monfort College of Business won the 2015 Deloitte FanTAXtic Regional Case Competition held Nov. 6-7 in Chicago, beating collegiate teams from Michigan State, Illinois, Iowa, DePaul, Loyola and Northern Illinois


UNC to Observe Thanksgiving Holiday

University of Northern Colorado classes will not meet Nov. 25-29 and administrative offices will be closed Nov. 26-29 for the Thanksgiving holiday. University offices will be open Wednesday, Nov. 25. Days and hours of operation for some campus facilities may vary. Consult the following list for specific information:


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Kristin Klopfenstein


Founding director of UNC's Education Innovation Institute. Expertise in teacher preparation programs, licensure, school reform and postsecondary transition. Co-author of "AP: A Critical Examination of the Advanced Placement Program."

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Nearly one-third of the winners of the Colorado Department of Education's Teacher of the Year award are UNC graduates.

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