UNC Expert: The Capitol Riot and its Lasting Impacts

On January 6, supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol in Washington, D.C. As people not only in the U.S. but around the world try to understand the event and its ramifications, University of Northern Colorado Professor of History Fritz Fischer, Ph.D., offers context from a historical perspective (read story).

Faculty Member Using 3D Printer to Make Face Shield Parts for Hospitals

With a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) for health care workers who are battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, UNC’s Chelsie Romulo is contributing to the effort to fill the gap (read story).

Freshman is First Deaf Entrepreneur on Shark Tank Episode

UNC Freshman Kobe Johnson is the first deaf entrepreneur on the television show Shark Tank as he and members of his family went live to make a deal with a Shark for their business, Tailgate N Go (read story).

Coronavirus Panic Buying Follows Marketing Theories

Daniel Brannon, an assistant professor at UNC, discussing the coronavirus and its influence on consumer behavior and marketing theories (read story).

Forensics and Snake Venom: Professor Helps Close Case by Analyzing Slithery Evidence

UNC Professor Steve Mackessy, Ph.D., helped close a case in Canada that involved analyzing snake venom in a murder case. Listen to the podcast to learn the science behind his analyses (read story).

Danny Medoff: From Army Medic to Philosopher

Danny Medoff founded two UNC student clubs after transferring from Seattle in 2016 and serving his country for eight years. Last fall at UNC, he started the Philosophical Kevlar club for military veterans (read story).

Photographing World War II Japanese-American Camps

UNC's John Tonai discusses his family's history in the Granada Relocation Center Japanese-American, known as Amache, through photographs and personal tales in this podcast (read story/listen to podcast).

Advocate for the Arts

Colorado State University alumna Jennifer Zidon found her calling as an advocate for local Fort Collins artists through LEAP Institute for the Arts (read story).

Science Wednesday: Riding in Style

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency researchers are designing, developing and utilizing state-of-the-art mobile measurement systems to gain insights into the sources of air pollution and the impacts emissions have on public health (read blog post).