UNC Today: Monday, June 30, 2014

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80 Years of Summer Theater

The University of Northern Colorado will present the popular comedy, God of Carnage beginning Thursday, July 3.

Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, God of Carnage is the story of a playground altercation between two 11-year-old boys that brings two sets of Brooklyn parents together in an attempt to resolve the matter.

One of the most produced plays in the last five years, God of Carnage is a study in the tension between civilized surface and savage instinct, and provides audiences with a hilarious evening full of elegant, acerbic and passion-fueled theater.

God of Carnage plays at 7:30 p.m. July 3-5, 10-11 and 16 and 19; and at 2 p.m. July 6 and 20 in Norton Theatre in Gray Hall.

The play, rated R, is directed by David Grapes, director of UNC's School of Theatre Arts and Dance, and features UNC alumna and professional actor Megan Van De Hey and UNC faculty members Shelly Gaza, Matthew Herrick, and Ken Womble.

The final series performance is Swing! which runs July 31, Aug. 1 and 2 at 7:30 p.m. and Aug. 3 at 2 p.m. at Frasier Hall's Langworthy Theatre.

Visit the Little Theatre of the Rockies website for synopses, casts and ticket information.

Save the Date: Blue and Gold Club Golf Tournament Aug. 22

Faculty and staff are invited to join UNC coaches and athletic staff, along with other members of the UNC community, at the Greeley Country Club Friday, Aug. 22, for golf, food and camaraderie during the annual Blue and Gold Golf Tournament to raise funds for student-athlete scholarships.

Athletics' top priority is to provide the best academic and athletic opportunities for UNC's student-athletes. Participation in the Blue and Gold Club Golf Tournament directly supports this mission by providing scholarship revenue for the department.

For details and to register, visit the Alumni Association website.

Payment Card Industry Compliance Templates Now Available

Templates to help managers of operations that take credit card transactions meet Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard 2.0 are now available on the IM&T website. The templates are not intended for persons who only use PCards for purchasing.

As a reminder, send your completed IM&T PA DSS 2.0 policies and/or procedures to Matt Langford. Please include which department or business unit you are in and list the person you want to be the primary contact for PCI DSS in the future.

Operations that process paper records (via mail, fax or even writing them down) are reminded that an alternative method of taking credit card transactions is preferred due to the extra effort required to protect, process and destroy paper records.

If you have compliance issues, need assistance in documentation or evaluation of the transaction environment, or need alternative solutions for credit card transactions, contact Matt Langford, 970-351-1420.

June Pay Date Information

Per Senate Bill 03-197, employees paid monthly will be paid on July 1. The change is for June only. Employees paid semi-monthly will be paid on June 30.

In 2003, Senate Bill 03-197 moved the end-of-the-month pay day for state employees for June to the first working day in July. In 2013, Alert 198 from the state controller's office moved the pay day for employees paid semi-monthly back to the last business day of June.

If you have questions, please contact Payroll at 351-2700.

Bear Logic Closed June 30 for End-of-Year Inventory

Bear Logic will be closed 8 a.m.-noon, Monday, June 30, for the end-of-year inventory audit. The staff apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Open Forums with Candidates for Prevention Education and Advocacy Services Position

Prevention Education and Advocacy Services invites the campus community to attend open forums this week for the two finalists for the position of assistant director of the program.

The schedule of the forums is as follows:

  • Angie Makomenaw: Monday, June 30
  • Lauren Klein: Tuesday, July 1

Both forums will be held from 2:15-3 p.m. in Spruce C in the University Center.

The forums will provide an opportunity to meet the finalists, hear their philosophies and perspectives, and ask them questions..Feedback on the candidates is appreciated.

For more information, email Mallory Jordan.

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