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UNC Anthropologist Awarded Engaged Scholarship Grant

A leading organization promoting civic education in the region awarded funding to a University of Northern Colorado researcher for his community-engaged project that focuses on building connections with refugees.

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Ask an Expert: Three Questions about Economics of Water Pollution

Professor of Economics Mark Eiswerth, a specialist in environmental and natural resource economics, addresses what is being done to address water pollution and the economic impacts of incidents such as mine-drainage accidents.

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Ask an Expert: Three Questions about the Beer Industry

Professor Michael Mosher, who oversees UNC's Brewing Laboratory Science program, answers questions about current and future employment.

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UNC Interpreter Program Awarded $1.25 Million Grant

A University of Northern Colorado program that prepares interpreters for work in educational settings received a five-year grant totaling $1.25 million from the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services.

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UNC Students Work on State Project to Protect Endangered Plant

University of Northern Colorado students last week worked alongside the Bureau of Land Management state botanist to collect data aimed at protecting the endangered Colorado hookless cactus.

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