Back to Around Campus Archives
Beginning next week, contractors will be removing and replacing damaged concrete curbs in parking lots as well as damaged and hazardous portions of sidewalks across central campus.
Please be aware of and don't use parking spaces that are blocked by cones for the day, which will allow better access for the contractor and protect vehicles from unnecessary damage.
When traveling on sidewalks around campus, be aware of signage and barricades closing areas under construction for everyone's safety.
The computer-created artwork of five University of Northern Colorado art and design students has been accepted for a prestigious international competition later this summer in Vancouver, Canada.
UNC students Barcley Boyd, Brandon Malaty, Jordan Nicholson, Olivia Koval, and Travis Brandl were accepted to the Student Poster, Animation Competition and Exhibition that will be held Aug. 8-10 in conjunction with the International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques, widely considered the most prestigious forum for the publication of computer graphics research.
This year's student competition theme was "Naturally Digital."
Olivia Koval's computer-generated artwork was one of five pieces produced by UNC art and design students selected for inclusion in the prestigious Student Poster, Animation Competition and Exhibition Aug. 8-10 in Vancouver, Canada.
UNC's McNair Scholars will present the results of their recently conducted research projects during the McNair Research Colloquium 9 a.m.-1 pm. Tuesday, July 15, in Ross 1010. Each scholar will give a 10- to 12-minute oral presentation of original research, followed by a few minutes for questions. Faculty, staff and students are invited to stop by as their schedules permit to support the scholars: You don't need to attend the entire colloquium. A PDF of the schedule is available on the McNair Scholars website.
The University of Northern Colorado's Psychological Services Clinic is currently accepting clients for the summer semester, offering confidential low-cost counseling and psychological assessment services for the general public.
Counseling fees start at $30 for 50-minute weekly sessions for the entire semester, with sessions available for individuals (adults and adolescents), couples and families. Psychological assessments begin at $400.
Counseling is provided by advanced master's and doctoral students in the university's Counseling Psychology, School Psychology and Counselor Education and Supervision programs. Students are closely supervised by by licensed mental health professionals who are faculty in the programs.
To schedule an appointment or for more information, contact the Psychological Services Clinic at 351-1645, stop by room 248 in McKee Hall or visit the clinic's website.
A new edition of Bear in Mind, Environmental Health and Safety's newsletter, is now available for reading or downloading on the EHS website.
Contact for this Page: webmaster | Page
Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Title
IX Policy and Coordinator