At the University of Northern Colorado, research, scholarship, and creative works represent significant discoveries in the public interest. In my role as Assistant Vice President for Research & Executive Director of Sponsored Programs (acting), I am honored to support the creation of new knowledge and its application to our local, state, national, and international communities.
I encourage you to take a few minutes to read about the amazing accomplishments of our faculty, staff, and students. You can also find out how you can benefit from the services of the Office of Sponsored Programs and collaborating units on campus and, if you can, support insightful research, scholarship, and creative works.
Robert P. Houser, Ph.D.
Assistant Vice President for Research & Executive Director of Sponsored Programs (acting)
In the News
UNC Awarded $1.25 Million by Daniels Fund
The University of Northern Colorado Monfort College of Business was awarded a $1.25 million, five-year grant to continue the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative the college began in 2010.
UNC Graduate School Announces Student Awards
The Graduate School this week announced recipients of awards recognizing superior academic achievement and outstanding research in graduate studies. The winners, who will be honored at the Dec. 12 Graduate School commencement ceremony, are
Three Undergrads' Research Projects Earn Them a Trip to National Research Conference
Three University of Northern Colorado undergraduate students will have their expenses paid to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April as the result of their presentations during the university's annual Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium.
Award-Winning Professor Researches How Judges, Juries Make Decisions
Professor of Psychology William Douglas Woody has been named the 2015 A.M. and Jo Winchester Distinguished Scholar by the University of Northern Colorado's Faculty Research and Publication Board.
Faculty Co-Authored Paper on Orthorexia Prompts Coverage by CNN, Wall Street Journal
Research by Associate Professor of Psychology Thom Dunn establishes guidelines to help medical professionals diagnose orthorexia nervosa, an obsession with healthy eating that can lead to unhealthy consequences.