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The Center for International Education is looking for internationally-minded faculty and staff who are willing to open their hearts and homes for two days, July 13-14, for visiting South Korean pre-service elementary school teachers who are part of a first-year partnership between UNC and Seoul National University of Education.
An honorarium is available.
Please contact Elaine Steneck, 351-2386 if you're interested.
All UNC employees, retirees and their immediate household family members are invited to view the Stampede Independence Day Parade from reserved bleacher seating in front of the UNC Visitors Center on the east side of 10th Avenue. Be prepared to show your UNC Card if requested.
Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please, no placeholders, e.g. blankets, signs) to claim seats. Free parking will be available in UNC parking lots.
The parade is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Thursday, July 4. More than 120 entries fill the parade route, which runs north on 10th Avenue beginning at 19th Street and ending at 5th Street.
For more information, visit the Greeley Stampede website.
Be a part of UNC's entry in the Greeley Stampede Independence Day Parade Thursday, July 4, by walking or riding a Blue Cruiser bicycle. Participants will receive a new, special UNC T-shirt and be entered in a drawing for tickets to Stampede events. Family members are welcome. To get more details, sign up here.
The following week, J-Lot, H-Lot and Turner Drive Lot will be closed intermittently from Monday July 15, until approximately 5 p.m. Wednesday July 17. Alternate parking is in J-Lot (west side), I-Lot and L-Lot.
Please contact Parking Services at 970-351-1971 if you have any questions.
The Psychological Services Clinic is currently accepting clients for the summer semester, offering confidential low-cost counseling and psychological assessment services for UNC employees and students as well as community members.
Counseling fees start at $60 for 50-minute weekly sessions for the entire semester, with sessions availalbe for individuals (adults and adolescents), couples and families. Psychological assessments begin at $400.
Counseling is provided by advanced graduate students in the School of Applied Psychology and Counselor Education who are closely supervised by by licensed mental health professionals in the Counseling Psychology, School Psychology and Counselor Education and Supervision programs.
If you, or anyone you know (student or non-student), is interested, please contact the Psychological Services Clinic at 351-1645 or stop by McKee Hall Room 248 for more information.
For additional information, visit the clinic's website.
Please review FGIOENC purchase order encumbrances. Send an e-mail to Morgan Gray or Mary Jantz listing the fiscal year '13 POs that you want to remain open as well as the ones you want to be liquidated. This information is needed prior to Tuesday, July 9.
For more information, please see the Fiscal Year End Purchase Order/Encumbrance Procedure Guide located on the Purchasing website.
Please contact Morgan Gray, 351-2287 with questions.
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