UNC Today: Monday, July 15, 2013

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Location Changed for Open Forum for Assistant Director of Housing Services Candidate

The location for the forum from 11-11:45 a.m. today, July 16, for Myles Coulter, a candidate for the open position of assistant director of Housing Services, has been changed to the Gunter Hall conference room. The forum is open to all members of the university community. Copies of the candidate's resume will be available at the forum.

High Business Volumes at Holmes Dining Hall July 18-20

Holmes Dining Hall is expected to experience high business volume at dinner Thursday, July 18, breakfast, lunch and dinner Friday, July 19, and breakfast, Saturday, July 20.

If you would like to avoid the expected long lines and limited seating during these times, you're welcome to eat early or dine at the University Center Food Court.

Please remember to check the closures schedule on the Dining Services website to see changes in Holmes' and the UC Food Court's availability and hours.

Classified Employment Opportunity

  • #1288 - Lead Custodian II. Requires one year of custodian experience. Apply online or in Human Resources, Carter 2002, by July 26.

UNC's Free Concerts Under the Stars Series Continues Tomorrow

The University of Northern Colorado's popular series of free Tuesday night outdoor summer concerts continues July 16 with a performance by the Colorado Jazz Orchestra, featuring current faculty from UNC's Jazz Studies program, at 8 p.m. in the Garden Theatre.

The season's other concerts include the Boulder Brass, a versatile brass ensemble in its 20th year, on July 23; and Quemando, a 12-piece salsa band from Denver, on July 30.

All concerts begin at 8 p.m. in the Garden Theatre and are free. Blankets, picnic food and lawn chairs are welcome.

The series, sponsored by the College of Performing and Visual Arts' School of Music, has been an integral part of the regional summer music scene since 1931. For additional information, call 351-2993.

UNC's Free Concerts Under the Stars Series Continues Tomorrow

The University of Northern Colorado's popular series of free Tuesday night outdoor summer concerts continues July 16 with a performance by the Colorado Jazz Orchestra, featuring current faculty from UNC's Jazz Studies program, at 8 p.m. in the Garden Theatre.

The season's other concerts include the Boulder Brass, a versatile brass ensemble in its 20th year, on July 23; and Quemando, a 12-piece salsa band from Denver, on July 30.

All concerts begin at 8 p.m. in the Garden Theatre and are free. Blankets, picnic food and lawn chairs are welcome.

The series, sponsored by the College of Performing and Visual Arts' School of Music, has been an integral part of the regional summer music scene since 1931. For additional information, call 351-2993.

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