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The Office of Undergraduate Research asks faculty and staff to encourage students from all disciplines to apply by Oct. 4 for the Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium to be held Nov. 7 at the University Center. Six undergraduate students with outstanding research projects will be selected to participate in the symposium and two finalists will be selected to represent UNC at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in Louisville, Kentucky in March.
For an application and more information, visit the OUR website.
If you'd like to receive announcements directly from the Office of Undergraduate Research about upcoming opportunities, competitions, grants or other updates related undergraduate research at UNC, please e-mail email@example.com to request being added to the OUR listserv.
The Women's Resource Center will celebrate its 20th anniversary this spring and needs help finding some former staff so they can be invited to help celebrate the occasion by sharing their memories. So far, current WRC staff have been unable to find the following former staff members:
If you have any information about these individuals, please contact Jasmine Nicol.
The Office of Research has launched a website that will list UNC faculty, staff, and student researchers' projects that recruit human research subjects.
The service is available only to UNC researchers who are conducting investigations previously approved by UNC's Institutional Review Board. Having submitted an IRB application with a pending approval does not constitute eligibility.
Instructions are included on the site for obtaining a copy of your IRB approval through IRB-Net in case you don't have your approval notice.
Researchers seeking subjects submit information using the electronic submission form on the new website. Submissions will be reviewed and posted on an approximate monthly basis.
Although the need for subjects will be communicated periodically to internal and external audiences, to avoid the disappointment of an inadequate sample size, researchers are advised to be realistic about the numbers of individuals who'll see their entry and choose to volunteer, and are encouraged to seek participants through other sources specified in their IRB protocols.
Apply online or in Human Resources, Carter 2002.
The Student Dietetic Association will hold a 5K race on campus starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, to raise money for UNC's annual Cans to Candelaria food drive to benefit the Weld Food Bank. Discounted advance registration of $20 is due by Friday, Sept. 13, but race day registration will be accepted. Cost the day of the race is $25 for adults, $15 for kids 12 and under. For more information or to register, visit the Cans to Candelaria website.
The annual planning retreat for University of Northern Colorado's Board of Trustees will be held at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Sept. 13, at the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners Horace C. Elliott Center, 909 54th Ave., in Greeley.
Trustees will review the 2013-14 meeting schedule and discuss presidential evaluation processes as part of the roles and responsibilities of the board.
The board will take action on the recommended naming of the Carole M. Schneider Classroom at the Rocky Mountain Cancer Rehabilitation Center. Schneider, who passed away July 30 after a long battle with cancer, was co-founder of the center.
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