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The women's basketball team won its first-ever Division I non-conference postseason tournament game last night, defeating Wyoming 71-63 (Game Recap) in the first round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament. The Bears will host St. Mary's in second-round action Sunday at 2 p.m. in Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion. Tickets go on sale today at 11 a.m. through the UNC Ticket Office. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for UNC students and youth 13 and younger. Go Bears!
UNC is partnering again this year with the city of Greeley, Weld County School District 6 and other local entities to host the annual Rocky Mountain Senior Games and event organizers need more than 150 volunteers June 5-9 to help with registration, hospitality and 32 athletic events ranging from archery to track and field that will be held at various locations throughout Greeley.
Volunteers will be scheduled in two-hour time slots and will receive a free t-shirt.
For more information, including how to volunteer, visit the Senior Games website or contact Sheri Lobmeyer at Sheri.Lobmeyer@greeleygov.com or 970-350-9437.
Ursa and Banner will be unavailable from 5 a.m. until approximately noon Saturday, March 23, for required maintenance. For questions or concerns, contact Technical Support at 970-351-4357.
If you know an inspiring woman at UNC who has a lasting effect on those around her and positively impacts the university community, nominate her for a 2013 Inspiring Women Award by Friday, March 29. An award is given in three categories: faculty, staff and student.
Additional information and a nomination form are available on the Women's Resource Center website or can be picked up at the WRC in Scott-Willcoxon Hall.
The Classified Staff Council is now accepting nominations for upcoming openings on the council, with a deadline of March 31. Self-nominations are accepted. Nomination criteria, procedures and other important information are included in the nomination form, which can be turned into any CSC member.
The 25-member CSC represents all classified employees working at the university. It's recognized by the Board of Trustees as a shared-governance group and has representation on many university committees.
CSC serves as a liaison between classified staff and the university's administration, Faculty Senate, the Professional Administrative Staff Council and the Student Senate.
Its primary purpose is to represent classified staff, but members strive to promote activities that benefit not only classified staff, but also are of benefit to all segments of the university community, including exempt staff, faculty and students.
CSC is involved in the campus community in a variety of ways, from the Dessert Bake-Off to the annual Awards Banquet to scholarships for students.
Please consider becoming a member of the Classified Staff Council; it can't be "the united voice of UNC's classified staff" without you.
Visit the council's website for more information.
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