UNC Today: Tuesday, March 6, 2018

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Annual Rosenberry Writers’ Conference March 5-7

The 2018 Rosenberry Writers' Conference at the University of Northern Colorado March 5-7 will feature readings by three award-winning authors from three genres: fiction, poetry and creative nonfiction. Continue Reading

UNC Maintains Tree Campus USA Designation

For the sixth consecutive year, UNC has achieved Tree Campus USA recognition by the Arbor Day Foundation for the campus commitment to effective urban forest management. Continue Reading

National Taiwan Sport University Visits UNC to Explore Partnership Opportunities

A delegation from the National Taiwan Sport University (NTSU) visited UNC last week to explore international partnership opportunities with UNC's Sport and Exercise Science program. The agenda focused on expanding the current partnership to include study abroad exchanges, internships, visiting scholar opportunities and other mutually beneficial partnership activities. Continue Reading

UNC Instructor to Screen Her Film on Human Trafficking

Emilie Upczak will screen her new film, "Moving Parts," as part of the university's International Film Series. The screening will be held in the Lindou Auditorium in the Michener Library basement at 7 p.m. on March 7. The film will be followed by a Q&A session with Upczak for audience members to discuss the film, filmmaking process, or any other questions. Continue Reading

Purchasing & Contract Training Carnival 1-3 p.m. Thursday

Games and prizes, including a drawing for a bike, will be offered during this unique training opportunity covering contracts, purchasing ontracts, purchasing guidelines, official functions, p-cards, travel, uniform grant guidelines, RFP's, accounting, and sponsored programs topics. Details here.

UNIV 101 GTA Application Deadline This Week

UNC's University 101 program, an LAC elective course to support first-semester freshmen, is recruiting instructors for the 2018 fall semester. Applicants should have at least a master's degree and have been accepted into a UNC doctoral program (areas in education, counseling, and psychology are preferred). Positions are 18-hour per week graduate teaching assistantships (9-hrs are possible) and include tuition remission and doctoral-level stipend (for the Fall semester only). Review of applications will begin March 9 and continue until all appointments are made. For more information about the course, instructor requirements and the application process, contact Angela Vaughan at angela.vaughan@unco.edu or 351-1175.

Job Opening

The School of Music has a full-time professional administrative job opening for a Budget Manager. For details and to apply, visit https://careers.unco.edu/postings/2081.

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