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UNC Performing Arts Series Continues with 'Ladies First' Spring Dance Concert

The University of Northern Colorado's Performing Arts Series continues with The Ladies First spring dance concert at 7:30 p.m. April 2, 3, 4 in Langworthy Theatre in Frasier Hall. The performance is directed by UNC dance professor Monte Black and choreographed entirely by female artists from the collegiate environment as well as the independent professional world.


UNC@UCCC Music Series Continues April 7 with Vocal Jazz Ensembles

The University of Northern Colorado School of Music's top bands, orchestras and vocal groups perform world-class music in a world-class setting during the UNC@UCCC Music Series at Greeley's Union Colony Civic Center, 701 10th Ave. The spring series continues Tuesday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. with the school's Vocal Jazz Ensembles.


Monfort College of Business Students Win National Financial Competition

A pair of student teams from the UNC Monfort College of Business finished first and tied for third in the Financial Quiz Bowl competition at the Financial Management Association's (FMA) national Finance Leaders' Conference last week at Baruch College in New York City.


UNC Digitizing Student Newspapers From 1892 On

UNC will digitize student newspapers from 1892 through 2000, and when the project is finished later this summer, all editions up to present day will be made available to the public and searchable online through Digital UNC


UNC to Host Region's Largest Teacher Job Fair April 2-3

The University of Northern Colorado will host the largest job fair in the region for teachers and educational professionals April 2-3, and job seekers will have more than 140 school districts to interview with.The 30th annual UNC Teacher Employment Days...


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Kristina Phillips and her colleagues are currently collecting data on a range of marijuana-related factors that may be impacting academic success among university students.

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UNC research, amounting to $20 million in external funding over the past two years, includes faculty studying traumatic brain injuries and concussions, snake venom in cancer treatments, biofuel alternatives from a "diesel tree," West Nile virus, noise-induced hearing loss and prevention, lasers to monitor volcanoes, and bats.

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