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You may not know UNC alumnus Gabe Eltaeb, but you'll instantly recognize his iconic work. Batman. Catwoman. Superman. Green Lantern. Star Wars. Read his story and more in the latest edition of Northern Vision, UNC's magazine for alumni and friends of the university.
UNC Today will continue to be published Monday through Friday through the summer provided there are campus announcements to share. To submit an announcement, use the online form. Upcoming events, including important deadlines, should be added to the online calendar.
UNC's McNair Scholars will present the results of their recently conducted research projects during the McNair Research Colloquium from 9 a.m.-noon Thursday, June 27, in Butler-Hancock 0193. Faculty, staff and students are invited to stop by as schedules permit to support the scholars:You don't need to attend the entire colloquium Refreshments will be provided.
The deadline for applying to participate in the 2013-14 Assessment Leadership Institute has been extended to Friday, May 31. The institute is a faculty development program on student learning outcomes assessment. Departments selected to participate will receive a $2,500 grant. Information about how to apply is available here.
The lower level of the University Center will be closed to pedestrian access and all businesses with the exception of the UNC Bookstore and Fan Shop will be closed May 20-June 2 while workers remove all the floor tiles, which are significantly deteriorated. The bookstore will observe normal summer operating hours, but access will be from an exterior entrance on the south side of the building. Please be aware of these other aspects of the anticipated two-week closure:
Please be aware that installation of the new floor tiles after June 2 will be an ongoing process and is likely to last through the end of July or early August. As you navigate the University Center this summer, please be mindful of signs and other identifying markers designating walkways and construction work areas.
UC staff apologize for the inconvenience this important upgrade will cause and appreciate your patience and understanding. After months of planning, it was determined that there wasn't any way to safely provide pedestrian access while the tiles are being removed.
It's 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 on the Office of Research website.
Effective May 7, the updated version of the I-9 form on the Human Resources website must be used for all new hires. Prior versions of the I-9 form will not be accepted.
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