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In the News
Sport and Exercise Science Faculty Receive $700,000 Grant from Colorado Health Foundation
Faculty from the University of Northern Colorado's School of Sport and Exercise Science have been awarded a $700,814 grant from the Colorado Health Foundation as part of the foundation's Creating Healthy Schools funding strategy to create a statewide system of support that fosters thriving health and wellness environments, and addresses obesity rates for Colorado school children.
Notices of Intent for NSF MRI Proposals Due Oct. 24
Notices of Intent are due to the Office of Sponsored Programs by Oct. 24 for National Science Foundation Major Research Instrumentation proposals. Because this is a limited submission program, UNC may submit only two proposals for instrument acquisition and one for instrument development. If OSP receives more than three notices of Intent for proposals, an internal competition will be held to select proposals to be submitted to NSF. Additional information is available on the OSP website (PDF).
Kyle Earns Engaged Research Award
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Britney Kyle has been named the recipient of the 2016 Award for Excellence in Social Science Engaged Research. UNC's Office of Research will present the award to Kyle during the Mountain West Community Engaged Scholars Summit on Oct. 20.
UNC Researchers Awarded $300,000 Grant for STEM Teacher Leadership Project
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $300,000 grant to UNC Mathematics faculty Jodie Novak and Frieda Parker for a pilot project to implement and evaluate a teacher leader development model for improving STEM education.
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.