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The recipients of the Student Senate's annual Student Organization, Leadership and Advisor Recognition awards, which honor the contributions of students, student organizations, advisors, and faculty members to the university community through ethical decision-making, a commitment to service, constructive ambition and excellence in the advancement of both academic knowledge and human understanding, were:
The awards are given in conjunction with Academic Excellence Week.
The annual Bears Blue and Gold spring football game Saturday, April 26, at Nottingham Stadium will include a Bears Fan Fest at 9:30 a.m. in the parking lot with music, games, a kids' area, vendors and more. Kick-off for the game is noon, and afterward there'll be a 30-minute photo and autograph session with the team on the field. Admission is free for all events. Continue Reading
Help support women's athletic scholarships and programs at UNC by participating in the sixth annual Women's Walk Saturday, April 26, from 10-10:30 a.m., with registration beginning at 9 a.m. at Butler-Hancock Sports Pavilion. There's a minimum $25 registration fee for the 30-minute walk around campus with student-athletes, coaches, alumni and other UNC supporters. Prizes will be given to all participants. Continue Reading
UNC's Athletic Training Society will host the Cinco de Mayo fundraiser 5K at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 3, at Nottingham Field. Registration is $10 before the race; $15 on race day. Proceeds will benefit the Athletic Training Society and provide a donation to sponsor additional Girls on the Run members. For more information about the race, email Kathryn Olson.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is now accepting applications for stipends of $750 and grants-in-aid of up to $250 for supplies/travel expenses to support four or five students' summer research projects. Applications are due April 28. Full stipend guidelines and an application form are available on the OUR website.
The Mathematical Sciences program will offer a seminar on using Mathematica software for projects and course examples in any STEM, business, economics or liberal arts field from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Monday, April 28, in Ross 2090. The seminar will be useful to both novice and advanced users.
Attendees with no prior experience report will be able to get started using Mathematica language and workflow, and advanced users will learn how to use improvements like the new free-form input and expanded areas like finance, statistics, engineering, software development and image processing.
All attendees will receive an electronic copy of the examples, which can be adapted to individual projects.
The following defenses of dissertations and oral comprehensive examinations are scheduled: Continue Reading
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