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In the News
Three Undergrads' Research Projects Earn Them a Trip to National Research Conference
Three University of Northern Colorado undergraduate students will have their expenses paid to attend the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in April as the result of their presentations during the university's annual Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium.
UNC in the News: Biology Professor on National Radio Program about Climate's Effects on Mushrooms
UNC Associate Professor of Biology Robert Reinsvold was interviewed about the effects of climate change on mushrooms for a 90-second radio segment produced by Yale University and carried by more than 210 public, university, community and alternative radio stations nationwide.
Community Engaged Scholars Symposium Oct. 26
The ninth annual UNC Community Engaged Scholars Symposium from 1-2:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 26, in the University Center is open to all members of the UNC community to learn about community issues and community engaged teaching, learning and research. The session also includes the presentation of the 2015 Engaged Scholars Awards
U.S. Department of Education Awards $938,705 Grant for UNC Rehabilitation Counseling Program
University of Northern Colorado Associate Professor Jill Bezyak received a five-year, $938,705 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to increase the number of qualified vocational rehabilitation counselors who serve individuals with disabilities.
UNC Researchers Awarded $1.17 Million Grant
The National Science Foundation awarded a group led by University of Northern Colorado faculty a three-year, $1.17 million grant for collaborative research aimed at improving training for secondary math teachers.