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A test of UNC's Emergency Alert Messaging System will be conducted about noon Wednesday, Jan. 30. The test message will be sent to UNC email accounts and text-enabled office phones and via text and voice messages to subscribed cell phones. If you want to sign up to receive emergency alert messages on your cell phone or if your cell phone number changed recently, instructions are available on the Emergency Alert System website.
Alumna Hannah Porter tells Bloomberg Businessweek magazine how she's using what she learned in UNC's Monfort College of Business to help her in her current role as Miss Colorado. To view the story and see other examples of UNC in the news, visit the UNC in the News website.
Take advantage of discounts offered at nearly 60 businesses around Greeley as part of Bear Biz, an initiative to connect UNC students with the local businesses, shops and eateries that surround our campus. All you need to present is yourself, of course, and a student ID.
Find Bear Biz on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-date information on contests, new businesses, events and more.
Get your homework done early and enjoy a performance by faculty from the University of Northern Colorado's School of Music. The Artist Faculty Recital Series kicks off at 8 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 28, with John Adler, trumpet, and Gray Barrier, percussion, in the Hensel Phelps Theatre of the Union Colony Civic Center. The schedule for the rest of the series is:
All recitals begin at 8 p.m. Monday recitals are in the Hensel Phelps Theatre at the Union Colony Civic Center. Tuesday recitals are in Milne Auditorium (room 2050) in Kepner Hall.
Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students, and are available through the Performing Arts Box Office at 351-2200.
The Lady Bears prepare for a weekend at home starting tomorrow, Jan. 24, against the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks. The action continues Saturday when the Bears host the Sacramento State Hornets. Check out the "Sports" link in the "Upcoming Events" section at the top of the page for more information. Be sure to bring your school spirit and help the Bears to victory! Don't forget your student ID to get in free.
Although recent media reports have recommended that computer users disable Java because of a security vulnerability, Information Management and Technology is confident that its multi-layered use of security technologies is protecting devices connected to the university's computer network very effectively, and that Java, which is critical to many things we do on our computers at work or in the classroom each day, doesn't need to be disabled.
While there is no such thing as 100 percent security, at UNC several technologies are stacked, each acting as its own wall to keep as much malicious activity out as possible, including the latest threat to Java.
IMT's teams keep abreast of the latest news and threats, and diligently respond accordingly to keep computer users as safe as possible.
If you have specific concerns you would like addressed, please contact the Technical Support Center at 970-351-4357.
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