|To view a web version of this message, click here|
| ||MAY 2012|| |
| || || || |
Grads Share Stories, Advice
Each of the almost 1,300 students who graduated from the University of Northern Colorado during commencement
ceremonies May 4-5 has her or his own unique story. Eight of them shared their stories, along with some advice for those who will follow in their footsteps.
Alumna's Book Series Helps Alzheimer’s Patients, Loved Ones Stay Connected
A University of Northern Colorado alumna is helping Alzheimer's patients and their loved ones feel a little closer to each other through a series of picture books simple enough for those with the disease to understand and sweet enough to make them
Scholarships Transform Student’s
Last year, more than 5,000 people made investments in students like Laurenda Weber. Private support is a powerful and much-needed gift for students today— read Weber’s story and
visit UNC’s Honor Roll of Donors.
Students' Confidence Academically and Professionally
A UNC Nursing professor who set up a program for students to gain real-world experience and hone their professional skills by volunteering at local health fairs used her
connections and creativity to keep the program going after the fairs changed their requirements for volunteers performing blood draws.
You received this e-mail because of your affiliation with UNC or because you subscribed. UNSUBSCRIBE.Bear Crossing is a monthly electronic publication of the University of Northern Colorado, University Relations Office, Carter Hall, Greeley, CO 80639 Privacy
Policy | Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity/Title IX Policy and Coordinator