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Career Services needs faculty and staff volunteers to check credentials at entrance doors and answer general questions during Teacher Employment Days April 3-4. Two-hour shifts are available from 7:45 a .m.-5 p.m. April 3 and from 7:45 a.m.-2 p.m. April 4.
More than 125 school districts will be recruiting for available teaching and administrative positions and about 1,000 UNC teacher candidates, alumni and non-UNC job seekers are expected to attend.
If you have a couple of hours available either one or both days of the event, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your availability.
The re-roofing of the Garden Theatre March 17-25 will cause increased noise and traffic in the area, and pedestrians may notice unusual smells that are normal for the products being used. For additional information, please contact your building coordinator or Chris Bowers at 351-2725.
The men's basketball team plays Northern Arizona Thursday in the first round of the Big Sky Conference Championship Tournament in Ogden, Utah. Ticket Info. If you can't make it to the game in person, join the Alumni Association at a watch party starting at 4 p.m. at the Dugout, 2509 11th Ave., Greeley. Cheer the Bears on to victory while you enjoy free food, giveaways and drink specials.
It is the policy of the University of Northern Colorado that research involving human subjects must be approved by the Institutional Review Board (see University Regulation 3-8-104). This policy applies to UNC faculty, students and staff. The major responsibility for maintaining ethical standards and protecting human rights rests with individual researchers and research advisors.
The Institutional Review Board offers an added measure of assurance and serves as a local resource for the interpretation of ethical guidelines. You can read more about UNC policy governing research with human beings at http://www.unco.edu/osp/doc/irb/Procedures.pdf.
With the start of the new semester and an increased number of pedestrians, dogs, skateboarders, bicyclists, in-line skaters and other forms of transportation on campus, please remember to travel courteously and safely along walkways, streets and parking lots.
This is especially important when traveling near individuals with disabilities, including those who use guide/service dogs, wheelchairs or other adaptive measures for whom well-meaning but over-exuberant dogs, rapidly approaching/overtaking bikes and boards, and other sudden changes in the flow of traffic can be hazardous.
Dog owners are also reminded to pick up after their pets to help make campus a cleaner and safer place.
The UNC Tutoring Center's annual report for 2012-13 is now available on the center's website. Highlights of the report include that the center provided support in more than 130 different courses, 91 percent of the students served graduated or re-enrolled the following year and 83 percent of them passed their course with a grade of C or better.
The center was the recipient of the 2013 Provost Academic Excellence Award for Performance Assessment.
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