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UNC Emeritus Professor Earns Fulbright Specialist Award to Poland

University of Northern Colorado Emeritus Professor Bob Brunswig has received a second Fulbright Specialist award to return to Poland to finalize a joint Polish-American archaeology project at Europe's oldest university.

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NSF Award Grant to Researchers to Study ‘Flipped Learning’ Model

A project that received a national grant will uniquely bring together an educational psychologist and chemistry education researcher for a multi-institutional study of the "flipped learning" teaching model.

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National Science Foundation Awards $255,000 Grant to UNC Researchers

University of Northern Colorado biologists have received a $255,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for a project that addresses a U.S. presidential call to increase the number of scientists and engineers.

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McNair Scholars to Share Summer Research Projects July 8

Current UNC McNair Scholars will share the results of their recent research projects with the UNC community during the McNair Research Colloquium from 9 a.m-4 p.m. Friday, July 8, in room 163 in Harrison Hall. The event is open to all; you can come and go as needed. A schedule is available on the program's website.

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Educational Interpreters Conference Begins June 23 at UNC

More than 150 participants from 36 states will attend the inaugural Conference of the National Association of Interpreters in Education June 23-26 at UNC. The conference, co-sponsored by UNC's American Sign Language and Interpreting Studies program and the Colorado Department of Education, is designed for educational interpreters in classrooms with students who are deaf and hard of hearing.

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