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Sport and Exercise Science Faculty Receive $700,000 Grant from Colorado Health Foundation

Faculty from the University of Northern Colorado's School of Sport and Exercise Science have been awarded a $700,814 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation as part of the foundation's Creating Healthy Schools funding strategy to create a statewide system of support that fosters thriving health and wellness environments, and addresses obesity rates for Colorado school children.


UNC Surpasses Halfway Mark in Private Funding for Campus Commons

The University of Northern Colorado will break ground on its new student support and welcome center, Campus Commons, at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 22. The celebrated groundbreaking coincides with a major funding milestone.


Entries Sought for Eighth Annual Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge

Emerging Colorado entrepreneurs are invited to apply to the eighth annual Monfort College of Business Entrepreneurial Challenge at the University of Northern Colorado, with a chance to win part of $50,000 in prize money.


Sociology Students Take Top Prize in Problem-Solving Competition

A team of four UNC graduate Sociology students won the Client Problem-Solving Competition at the e at the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology's annual conference Oct. 6-8 in Denver.


UNC Professor Earns American Historical Association Award

University of Northern Colorado Professor Fritz Fischer has been selected by the American Historical Association as the winner of the 2016 Eugene Asher Distinguished Teaching Award.


Faculty Author's Book Details History of Underage Marriages

A new book by University of Northern Colorado faculty author Nicholas Syrett examines the history of underage marriage in the United States.


UNC Researchers Awarded $300,000 Grant for STEM Teacher Leadership Project

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $300,000 grant to UNC Mathematics faculty Jodie Novak and Frieda Parker for a pilot project to implement and evaluate a teacher leader development model for improving STEM education.


UNC Faculty Recognized As One of Nation's Top Education Technology Leaders

University of Northern Colorado Associate Professor Mia Williams has been named one of the 2016 Top 30 Technologists, Transformers and Trailblazers by the Center for Digital Education.


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Professor Deanna Meinke researches the prevention of noise-induced hearing loss.

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96 percent of UNC graduates earning bachelor's degrees are employed or attending graduate school one year after graduating.

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