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The Center the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning's new Faculty Fellows initiative welcomes the first four Faculty Fellows who will initially serve a one-year term working collaboratively with CETL's Associate Director for Faculty Development Deborah Romero to support faculty across their colleges and the institution.
The 2012-13 fellows were selected from the colleges of Education and Behavioral Sciences (Susan Hutchinson, Ph.D.), Humanities and Social Sciences (Nancy Matchett, Ph.D.), Monfort College of Business ( Sharon Clinebell, DBA), and the University Libraries (Andrea Falcone, MLS, MA).
The fellows were selected based on their demonstrated successful experience with teaching and learning strategies, in either face-to face classroom, online or hybrid environments. In addition, all the fellows have a proven interest in the advancement of the scholarship of teaching and learning and their capacity and enthusiasm to work collegially within the college and beyond.
For more information about the Faculty Fellows initiative, visit the CETL website.
The Insight reporting portal will undergo a change Saturday, Sept. 8, to feature a fresh-looking page that no longer requires you to log into Ursa and then re-authenticate to Insight. Instead, you'll go to the Insight public page at insight.unco.edu and sign on there to get to your individual views. Additional information, including a screen shot of what you'll see and new features, is available in this PDF.
Faculty and staff are invited to enjoy a blue and gold celebration at the Alumni and Friends Bear Garden Tailgate prior to the Bears home football opener against Colorado Mesa Saturday, Sept. 8. Admission is free. Traditional tailgate concessions and beverages will be available for purchase, and entertainment will be provided by UNC Student Radio. Activities will include special giveaways and more. For more information and ticket purchase information, visit the Alumni Association website.
Audiology doctoral student Fabiola Castro-Lauman seeks females 55 or older who have normal hearing and no history of ear surgeries to volunteer for research she's conducting on changes in the middle and inner ears related to aging. UNC employees and their family members or friends who meet the above criteria are eligible to participate.
Volunteers will undergo a single 45-minute hearing test.
To volunteer or for more information, email Castro-Lauman or call her at 720-325-0183 by Thursday, Sept. 20.
RSVP will sell homemade baked goods from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Monday, Sept 10, at the University Center. Cash, check, credit card and UNC Cards are accepted. Proceeds benefit the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program of Weld County, which is housed on campus, so stop by and purchase a delicious homemade baked goodie and support a great cause.
With the start of a new academic year and increased numbers of pedestrians, dogs, skateboarders, bicyclists, in-line skaters and other forms of transportation on campus, please remember to travel courteously and safely along walkways, streets and parking lots.
This is especially important when traveling near individuals with disabilities including those using guide/service dogs, wheelchairs or other adaptive measures for whom well-meaning but over-exuberant dogs, rapidly approaching/overtaking bikes, boards, etc. and other sudden changes in the flow of traffic can be hazardous. Also, dog owners are reminded to pick up after their pets to help make campus a cleaner and safer place.
The following classified position opportunities are available:
Apply at Human Resources' website or in Human Resources, Carter 2002.
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