Stories of the Class of 2016: Be Inspired
Here's a collection of stories of University of Northern Colorado students who are graduating during spring/summer commencement ceremonies May 6-7. Their experiences are sure to inspire.
Trist Curless, who studied Music Education at UNC in the 1990s and today is the newest member of the Grammy Award-winning singing group Manhattan Transfer, calls the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival the "single most important event of my life."
Even though she was busy organizing events for UNC's observance of National Public Health Week April 4-8, KC Hall, who's pursuing her master's degree in Community Health Education from the Colorado School of Public Health at UNC, took time out to share information about what else is keeping her busy.
The University of Northern Colorado in Greeley is preparing graduate students to bridge the gap between science and professional skills with its new professional science master's degree in Environmental Geosciences, which enrolled its first students this fall.
Professor Michael Welsh, who has written four manuscripts for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, oversees a Navajo education project.
UNC sponsors the annual Rosenberry Writers' Conference, which features appearances by best-selling authors.