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Winners of the University of Northern Colorado's annual Research Excellence Awards, based on presentations given on April 11 as part of the school's annual Research Day, have been announced. The winner in each category will receive a $100 gift card. Award categories and presentations receiving awards were:
Winner: Elizabeth Maxey"An Examination of the Cytotoxic Effects of Snake Venom on Human Colon Cancer Cells"Faculty Sponsor: Stephen Mackessy
Second Place: Evelyn Ortega"How Individuals who Stutter, Graduate Student Clinicians, and an Experienced Speech-Language Pathologist Perceive Success in Fluency Therapy"Faculty Sponsor: Kimberly Murza
Finalists: Ana Caudillo, Kittra Gonzales, Kristen Holm, Valerie Nirschl-Coats, Shaina Rush, Kyle Yeager
Winner: Traci Parry"Cardiac Dysfunction in the Tumor Bearing Rat"Faculty Sponsor: Reid Hayward
Second Place: Eric Bredahl"Effects of a Resistance Training Model on Doxorubicin-Induced Muscle Dysfunction in the Rat"Faculty Sponsor: David Hydock
Finalists: Fatimah Alebrahim, Jessica Brown, Noah Gibson, Karen Traxler and Mary Siegrist
Winner: Matthew Karp"Out From Under the Cosh: The Impact of Football on English Working Class Identity through Cartoons, 1900-1925"Faculty Sponsor: Steven Seegel
Second Place: Caitlin Miller"Somali Refugee Interpretations of Trauma-Related Mental Illness: Similarities and Differences between the Somali Concepts of ‘Murugo Joogto' and ‘Qulub' and PTSD"Faculty Sponsor: Theodore Bashore
Finalists:Amber Rea, Aly Archuleta and Katey Morrison, Lauren Koppel, Austin Seeley, Jamie Walter
Winner: Anthony Saviola"Molecular Basis for Prey Relocation in Viperid Snakes"Faculty Sponsor: Stephen Mackessy
Second Place: Danya Carroll"American Indian Youth Perspectives on Traditional Food Systems"Faculty Sponsor: Teresa Sharp
Finalists: Corrie Groesbeck and Emily Schroeder, Rick Adams, Nat Warning
The Research Excellence Awards program was established to encourage and reward those Research Day presentations that exemplify the highest levels of excellence in research. Only a limited number of presentations were accepted into the awards program, and each was evaluated on Research Day by a team of faculty judges.
Research Day is part of Academic Excellence Week, an annual event to celebrate and honor academic excellence throughout the university. AEW is coordinated and sponsored by the Center for Honors, Scholars and Leadership in conjunction with various academic programs and offices across the campus.
Angela Henderson, Robert Mondi, Janice Dickensheets, Mel Moore, Josh Packard, Susan Hutchinson, Brian Iannachionne, Lauryn Benedict, Thomas Smith, David Gilliam, Anna Ursyn, Wendy Highby, Juliet Fried
Reduce the chance of your outdated or unneeded prescription drugs being misused or contaminating the local water system or landfill from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, in the University Center's north parking lot as UNC takes part in National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. The service is free of charge.
You can also drop off expired medications at the main entrance parking lot of the Greeley Police Department, 2875 W. 10th St., or at the parking lot of the Sam's Club in Evans, 3247 23rd Ave. The Greeley Police Department will also provide free document shredding..
For more information about the national effort, including other drop-off sites in the area, visit the initiative's website.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has issued a new I-9 form that's available for use immediately at http://www.unco.edu/hr/forms along with instructions and a PowerPoint training presentation.
Please note that Human Resources will not accept the old I-9 form after May 1, and it's very important that offices purge any old I-9 forms that have been printed. As a reminder, the forms found on the HR website will always be the most current ones.
Additional information and webinars about the new form can be found at www.uscis.gov/I-9Central.
Questions can be directed to Human Resources at 970-351-2718.
Help UNC evaluate its logos by taking the online survey before midnight April 22. The purpose of the review is to determine if the current logos convey a positive image of the university and form a cohesive visual identity. Input from students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members and other university stakeholders is critical to the evaluation process.
The logo review is being conducted by a working group with representatives across campus and the community. At the completion of the group's evaluation, a report will be created to recommend next steps. No assumptions should be made regarding what logos, if any, may change. The working group may recommend "no changes." An announcement of the recommendations will be made after the group's report is completed by summer 2013.
The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete.
For more information, see visit www.unco.edu/LogoSurvey.
Get rid of your old, sensitive office or personal documents in a secure way at no cost by bringing them for shredding at the fourth annual Shred Fest from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, April 22, in the Kepner Hall parking lot. Everyone who brings paper for shredding will be eligible to participate in a raffle for prizes.
Be sure to follow your office's and the state's document retention guidelines when shredding materials.
The event, which is open to the public, is sponsored by Information Management and Technology and College Credit Union.
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