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The finance and audit committee of UNC's Board of Trustees will meet from 9-11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, in the fourth-floor boardroom of Carter Hall, 1700 9th Ave.
No action will be taken on discussion that will include a state update from UNC President Kay Norton, the enrollment and revenue report from the 2013-14 academic year, an overview of the financial report from the fourth quarter of 2013-14, and an internal audit update. No action will be taken.
The tentative dates for finance and audit committee meetings for the 2014-15 academic year are: Oct. 29, Feb. 11 and May 13.
UNC's 2014 Homecoming is Oct. 4, and the Student Alumni Association invites students, faculty and staff to nominate UNC seniors for Homecoming Royalty by 11 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5. Self-nominations are acceptable. Eligibility requirements, other details and a nomination form are available on the Homecoming Royalty website. For more info or if you have questions, contact the SAA.
Faculty or staff who receive a request for public records under the Colorado Open Records Act should refer the requestor to the university's policies and procedures for those requests, which are available here.
It's the policy of the University of Northern Colorado that research involving human subjects must be approved by the Institutional Review Board (see University Regulation 3-8-104). This policy applies to UNC faculty, students and staff. The major responsibility for maintaining ethical standards and protecting human rights rests with individual researchers and research advisors.
The Institutional Review Board offers an added measure of assurance and serves as a local resource for the interpretation of ethical guidelines. You can read more about UNC policy governing research with human beings on the Office of Research website.
The university often sees an increase in phishing attempts at the beginning of the semester. A phishing attempt will arrive as an email with some sort of "bait" content to entice users into clicking on a link or giving out personal details.
Some phishing emails can be identified by suspicious links, incorrect grammar, poor spelling or a request for personal information that weren't expecting.
If you suspect that you've received such an email, please report by forwarding it to the Technical Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about phishing is available here.
If you'd like to make changes in your personal or professional life and need help, UNC's Psychological Services Clinic is providing confidential, low-cost counseling and psychological assessment services during fall semester.
The cost for counseling starts at $60 for 50-minute weekly sessions for the entire semester. Sessions are available for individuals (adults, adolescents and children), couples and families, as well as groups.
The cost for psychological assessments begins at $400 for an assessment battery.
Services are provided by master's and doctoral students who are closely supervised by licensed mental health professionals and faculty in Counseling Psychology, School Psychology and Counselor Education and Supervision.
If you, or anyone you know (student or non-student), is interested, please contact the Psychological Services Clinic at 970 351-1645, stop by McKee 248 or visit the clinic's website for more information
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