UNC Today: Tuesday, October 31, 2017

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UNC Trustees to Meet Wednesday, Nov. 1

Cannabis Research Interest Group to Offer Inaugural Seminar Nov. 2

The Cannabis Research Interest Group, a group of UNC faculty and students with research interests related to cannabis, will offer its inaugural seminar from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in Kepner 1015.
James Gould and Richard Donnelly, faculty members in the Recreation, Tourism & Hospitality program, and Brian Iannacchione, faculty member in the Criminal Justice program, will present "Turning Over a New Leaf in Colorado: An Exploration of Legalized Recreational Marijuana Preferences, Leisure Interests and Leisure Motivations in Young Adults."

The presentation is open to faculty, staff and students.

Refreshments will be served. RSVPs are not required.

PASC Guest Speaker Series Tomorrow

The PASC Guest Speaker Series continues from 11 a.m.-noon tomorrow, Nov. 1, in the University Center Council Room with Marshall Parks and Julie Nava from Human Resources providing an update and answering questions about the benefits open enrollment period for professional administrative staff and faculty.

Professional Administrative Position Opportunity

Information Management & Technology has a full-time professional administrative job opening for a software applications trainer. For details and to apply, visit UNC's Career Opportunity website.

PASC Chili Cook-Off Seeks Competitors, Tasters

PASC's annual Chili Cook-Off from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, in the University Center Panorama Room seeks competitors and judges. If you make a great chili, enter for free to compete for prizes for the best red, white, green and unique chili as determined by judges -- cook-off attendees. Tickets will be $5 at the door, with proceeds going to PASC's Helping Hands initiative. More info and a link to the entry form are available on the PASC website.

Discounted Lift Tickets Available Through Outdoor Pursuits

Outdoor Pursuits is selling discounted single-day lift tickets to Copper Mountain ($59) and Winter Park ($70). Tickets have no blackout dates and can be used anytime during the season including holidays, weekdays and weekends. Tickets can be purchased at the Outdoor Pursuits Gear Shop, open Monday and Friday from 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Prices for both Winter Park and Copper Mountain are expected to increase after Thanksgiving so get yours today and use them any time this season.

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