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UNC Faculty Researcher Studying Religion, Diversity in West Africa
UNC Study of Prehistoric Archaeological Sites Receives BLM Funding
An ongoing project that has recorded and excavated dozens of prehistoric archaeological sites in the mountain valley of North Park has received additional funding from the Bureau of Land Management.
Report: Graduation for Students in Foster Care Affected by Switching Schools
The number of times Colorado students in foster care change schools during high school is a strong indicator of whether they graduate. That's the finding of a recently published report co-authored by University of Northern Colorado researcher Elysia Clemens.
UNC Researcher Awarded $1.291 Million Grant for Study
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded University of Northern Colorado researcher Kay Ferrell a three-year, $1.291 million grant for a study involving infants and toddlers with visual impairment.
Patent for Zika, West Nile Treatment One of Five UNC Innovation Awards
A patent to create a potential treatment for Zika and West Nile viruses is among innovation awards announced by a University of Northern Colorado office.