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Bear Logic will be closed from 8 a.m.-noon today, June 28, to complete year-end inventory. The store will re-open at noon for regular business.
Housing and Residential Education seeks volunteers to staff move-in information tents and help families and students move their belongings into residence halls on Move-In Day, Thursday, Aug. 22. Two-hour shifts are available performing the following duties:
Move-In TentsThis is suggested for faculty and staff who can help at the five information tents across campus. You'll be handing out campus maps, information and guiding families on where to park and unload as they move into the halls. Tent locations and more information will be emailed the week prior to Move-In Day. Sign up online.
Move-In AssistanceThis is suggested for anyone who would like to assist families and students carry and move things into their rooms. More information, including expectations and location assignments will be emailed the week prior.
Groups such as Greek Life, Athletics, Ambassadors, etc., should list a lead contact and approximately how many people will be assisting with move-in. Sign up online.
Please note that all volunteers are expecdted to assist families and students carry and move things into their rooms.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Garrett Spradlin or Larissa Romero-Perry.
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The Center for International Education and the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences will host 20 pre-service elementary school teachers from Seoul National University of Education for educational seminars June 26-July 22. The visit is part of a student exchange between SNUE, the premiere educational institution for education in South Korea, and UNC.
The exchange is being developed by UNC professors Hannah Kang and Youngjin Song, and is spearheaded by CEBS Dean Eugene Sheehan, who delivered a keynote address on quality in teacher education at an international conference held at SNUE in May.
An art sale and expo at the University of Northern Colorado June 30-July 3 will feature paintings, sculptures and handmade items including jewelry created by veterans and military-connected artists who include veterans' family members.
The display and sale will run from noon to 5 p.m. June 30 and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 1 through July 3 at UNC's Office of Veterans Services in Roudebush Cottage, west of the intersection of 8th Avenue and 18th Street.
Submissions from veterans and military connected artists are still being accepted. To be considered, work must be submitted by June 14. Contact the Office of Veterans Services at (970) 351-1403 for details.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale will benefit Student Veterans of America to help fund campus initiatives aimed at increasing student involvement.
"It gives artists a springboard and showcases what veterans can do," said Thomas Gardiner, a military veteran and UNC student who is organizing the event and whose paintings and photography will be a part of the gallery.
Gardiner, who works with the nonprofit art organization "Arts of Valor," also said engaging in the artwork is "therapeutic" and provides an outlet for expression.
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