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In the News
Researchers Advise Wearing Hearing Protection When Shooting Air Rifles
In their article published in the International Journal of Audiology, University of Northern Colorado faculty Deanna Meinke and Don Finan conclude that all air rife shooters, especially youth, should wear hearing protection when engaging in shooting activities.
UNC Proposal for Improving Access to Local Food Gets Federal Support
A plan proposed by the University of Northern Colorado to partner with the city of Greeley, downtown businesses and community organizations to connect existing food-related health and well-being programs and improve access to healthy local food will receive technical assistance through the White House Rural Council's Local Food, Local Places initiative.
Faculty Co-Authored Paper on Orthorexia Prompts Coverage by National Media Outlets
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.
UNC in the News: Faculty Research on Orthorexia Continues to Draw Attention of National Media
Research by Associate Professor of Psychology Thom Dunn establishing guidelines to help medical professionals diagnose orthorexia nervosa, an obsession with healthy eating that can lead to unhealthy consequences, continues to garner attention from national media outlets.
Research Day Registrations, Abstracts Now Being Accepted
Applications to present at UNC's annual Research Day on Thursday, April 7, are now being accepted, with a deadline of 11:59 p.m. Friday, March 11. All undergraduate and graduate students engaged in research or other creative or scholarly works are welcome to present at Research Day. Categories are provided for undergraduate and graduate students for posters, oral, class and panel presentations.