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UNC to Host Holocaust Observance Events April 21-27

Greeley's Holocaust Memorial Observance April 21-27 includes several events on the UNC campus, including a Holocaust Literature Read-In, the International Film Series showing of The Passenger and the observance's featured speaker, Holocaust survivor Estelle Laughlin.

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Returned Collection on Display in Michener

A new exhibit opening at 4 p.m. April 24 at the University of Northern will feature a portion of a returned collection of Native American artifacts, some believed to be from 2,000 years ago.

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UNC Faculty Recognized for Research, Scholarly Work

The University of Northern Colorado's Faculty Research and Publications Board, College Deans, and the Office of Sponsored Programs recognized faculty achievement in research and other academic pursuits at the Distinguished Scholar Luncheon on April 7.

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UNC Faculty Scholar Awarded Fulbright Grant

University of Northern Colorado faculty scholar Lucinda "Cindy" Shellito has been awarded a Fulbright grant to study and teach Andean climate and weather in Ecuador, a country with a diverse ecological landscape that's highly sensitive to climate variability and change.

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Mines, UNC Enter Innovative Partnership to Address Shortage of STEM Teachers

Colorado School of Mines and the University of Northern Colorado are leading the way with an innovative new partnership in response to state and national shortages of teachers in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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Professor Steve Anderson is part of a team that that's assessing whether a laser ranging system can be used to monitor active volcanoes.

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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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