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Eugene Sheehan, dean of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, will address quality in teacher preparation May 29 at the Seoul National University of Education conference titled "Teacher Education in the Global Era: Issues and Solutions."
Sheehan will join colleagues and fellow presenters from Korea, Taiwan, Singapore and Boston.
Through the efforts of UNC professors Hannah Kang and Youngjin Song, UNC and SNUE are in the process of developing a student exchange between the two universities, with students from the Korean school scheduled to attend UNC this summer. Spearheaded by Sheehan, the college also has longstanding exchange programs with Thailand's Burapha University and Kasetsart University.
Sheehan has served as the college's dean since 2000 and at UNC since 1986.
On Saturday, May 25, work by a contractor on the electrical switches that serve multiple buildings on West Campus will require the following power outages:
Buildings will be closed during their respective outages. If necessary, Sunday, May 26, will be utilized as a back-up date for this power outage.
For additional information, please contact your building coordinator or Nate Reinhard at 351-2383.
The UNC Writing Center, a free service for enrolled students as well as faculty and staff, is open for the summer sessions from 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays until Aug. 8. To make an appointment, call 351-2056 or visit the center's website.
The women's basketball and volleyball programs are offering immediate family members of full-time UNC faculty and staff discounts for their youth summer sports camps. The discount for basketball camps is $25, and volleyball camps are available for a 10 percent discount. More information can be found on the basketball camp and volleyball camp websites.
For information on camps being offered by other UNC sport programs, visit Athletics' website or call Athletics at 351-2534.
Leave transfer has been approved for Clarence Roberts, who works for Facility Operations. Classified and exempt staff who accrue vacation hours may donate hours to help offset his leave without pay. A donation form is available on the Human Resources website or by calling HR at 351-2718.
Apply online or in the Human Resources office, Carter 2002.
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