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Only UNC students, faculty and staff with a current UNC Card are eligible for discounts during Bear Logic's Black Friday Sale from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22. In addition to reduced prices on Apple and Microsoft hardware, headphones and other computer accessories, the first five customers who purchase any Apple products that day only will receive free Apple gifts. To see all the deals, view the sale flyer (PDF).
The Student Leadership for Environmental Action Fund (Student LEAF) committee seeks student-proposed environmental sustainability projects to be supported by Student LEAF funding. The committee has more than $175,000 to award for sustainability projects on campus this year and the process for submitting a proposal is quick and easy!
Students who would like to submit a project proposal or learn more about the proposal process are welcome to attend one of the three Student LEAF Proposal Workshop & Open Forum events listed below.
The workshops are an opportunity to submit proposals and to engage in a discourse on sustainability at the university. Even if you don't have a project idea, you can still join the discussion on sustainability at UNC!
The location and day for each workshop:
Be sure to like Student LEAF on Facebook at www.facebook.com/studentleaf and follow them on Twitter @StudentLEAF.
You can contact the committee anytime at email@example.com.
In response to the convergence of the "most significant and complex" external challenges ever faced by the University of Northern Colorado, the university has launched a two-year, campuswide initiative for innovative ideas to offer new programs, reach new learners, deliver programs in new formats, develop new teaching techniques, and find new ways to support success.
"President Norton has long been a champion of focusing on transformation instead of restoration, and Innovation@UNC is our way of acting on that idea," said Provost Robbyn Wacker.
The initiative is intended to tap into the creativity and expertise of the campus community to identify unique ways to address these specific issues:
"Innovation@UNC is about responding to the most significant and complex external challenges we have ever faced as a university," Wacker said. "In the past, we were more focused on the singular issue of state budget, but responding to a convergence of multiple challenges requires the ingenuity of our entire campus community."
Innovation@UNC will invest $1 million in the most innovative proposals submitted by faculty and staff in the following areas:
For more information, including a timeline and the provost's memo to campus, visit http://www.unco.edu/innovation
The Center of Peer Education needs photographers willing to volunteer their time to be part of a public awareness campaign against the stigmas of mental illness. To apply, submit a portfolio by Friday, Dec. 13, by emailing Alyssa Hayes or contacting Casey Fogel in the CPE office at 970-351-2573.
UNC's Student Council for Exceptional Children will sponsor the Bear Paw Art Gallery Walk - a display of artwork produced by local K-12 students with disabilities - on Friday, Nov. 22, in Columbine A/B in the University Center. An early showing from 4-5 p.m. is available for the UNC community, with a public showing and awards ceremony taking place from 6-9 p.m.
International Education Week, which runs from Nov. 18-22, celebrates the interconnectivity of the world, its influences on UNC and UNC's influences on the world. Special events include students, faculty and staff sharing their stories about international experiences; salsa dancing; ramen-swagging; and more.
International Education Week is hosted by UNC's Center for International Education. For more information, visit the center's website.
UNC Professor of Biological Sciences Rick Adams will be interviewed by Colorado Public Radio about his newly released book Into the Night, a collection of essays on what courageous researchers face in the field. Adams, a foremost authority on bats, is scheduled to go on air at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19. To tune in, visit http://www.cpr.org.
For more about Adams' book, and an excerpt from his essay, visit http://www.unco.edu/news/?5861.
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