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Faculty and professional advisors involved in New Student Orientation sessions are encouraged to use the information that now can be accessed in Ursa via the Orientation Advising Resources link in the Important Links channel, which is visible in either the Faculty or Employee tab. The information, which was presented in May at the CETL/Orientation workshops, is helpful for all advisors even if you didn't attend the workshop.
Note that the Orientation Advising Resources link takes you to a hidden page on the public Orientation website.
If you have any questions, please contact Erin Datter, 351-1351.
In 2014-15, a review team from the Higher Learning Commission will visit UNC as part of our re-accreditation process. To prepare for the visit, we will conduct a comprehensive self-study that will begin this fall. Faculty and staff are invited to nominate themselves or a colleague to serve on one of several self-study committees.
A letter from UNC President Kay Norton with additional information, a nomination form and other information is available on the HLC website.
Nominations will be accepted through July 27, and membership is open to all university employees.
UNC's popular series of free Tuesday night outdoor summer concerts in July kicks off its 2012 season July 10 with a performance by the Denver Brass, one of a few professional large brass ensembles in the world, at 8 p.m. in the Garden Theatre.
The season's other concerts include the Colorado Jazz Orchestra, featuring current faculty from UNC's Jazz Studies program, on July 17; the UNC Alumni Concert Band on July 24; and Conjunto Colores, a 12-piece salsa and Latin jazz band from Denver.
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.
The campus community is reminded to take precautions during the West Nile virus season, such as wearing insect repellent, to avoid mosquito bites when outdoors. On Aug. 16, the Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment announced the season's first human case of the virus in the county, and health officials are advising to take appropriate precautions. In addition to wearing insect repellent, additional precautions against West Nile virus include the following "five Ds":
For more information on West Nile virus and mosquito repellents, visit the Centers for Disease Control website.
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