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Graduate Students to Present Projects at Research Evening
The Graduate School will host its 29th Biannual Research Evening from 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, in the Columbine, Aspen and Spruce suites at the University Center. Research Evening provides graduate students from across the university the opportunity to present their research projects. Participating graduate students are also eligible for the Hutchinson-Lahman Research Award, which ...
UNC Awarded $2.2 Million to Help Recruit, Retain Teachers in Rural School Districts
The Colorado Department of Higher Education has awarded the University of Northern Colorado a $2.2 million grant that will be used over the next five years to help address teacher shortages in Colorado's rural school districts.
UNC Researchers Progress on Cannabis Study to Develop Cancer Treatments
Two scientific papers that will be presented this spring detail the progress of cannabis research aimed at developing targeted cancer treatments as part of an ongoing study led by University of Northern Colorado professor Richard Hyslop.
2017 A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar Announced
Florence M. Guido, Ph.D., professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, has been chosen as the 2017 Winchester Distinguished Scholar by UNC's Faculty Research and Publications Board. The award, which recognizes demonstrated continued excellence in scholarly activity at UNC for at least five years, comes with a $2,000 monetary award and the permanent designation of A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Professor.
UNC Research Contributes to Historic Navajo Nation School Reform
University of Northern Colorado research helped lay the foundation for the first unified Native American school system requested by the Navajo Nation and recently announced by the U.S. Department of Education.