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Honored Alumni Bear Award

When choosing the newest class of Honored Alumni, the selection committee looks for the most qualified nominees—but what does “most qualified” actually mean? Successful nominations almost always include a moving story of success while maintaining a relationship with UNC. [READ FULL POST]

UNC Alumni

UNC's Colorado School of Public Health alumna Rachel Freeman, MPH ’14, is making her mark in public health. She is part of a team that includes famed alumni artist Armando Silva BA '10, that has recently transformed the exterior wall of a vacant building in northern Colorado into a colorful statement of health advocacy. [READ FULL POST]

Alison Vasquez

Alison Vasquez's '09 return to campus this summer as a guest director for LTR turned out to pay forward and give back more than she ever expected. Back on campus directing the summer production of "Simply Simone," Vasquez says returning to UNC has been life-changing. [READ FULL POST]

Carter Hall circa 1928

One cent. That’s all it used to take to send a post card in 1928, at time when UNC was still known as the Colorado State Teachers College. Connecting mementos from UNC's past to its present is one of the less known roles of the UNC Alumni Association. But in the halls and offices of the Judy Farr Center - the alumni association's home - you'll find many of the photos, yearbooks and class memories that help tell UNC's story. [READ FULL POST]

Computer Survey

When it comes to alumni - data can make a difference. The annual alumni survey is scheduled to go out this summer and responses will inform student outcomes, program improvement and value of a UNC education. [READ FULL POST]

Lisa Hudson

A college course in small business counseling put alumna Lisa Hudson '10 on her career path and today she serves as the state's youngest SBDC network director. [READ FULL POST]

Tom Cunniffe and Eric Sherrow

As students, UNC alumni Tom Cunniffe '89 and Eric Sherrow '86 recorded many of the university's annual jazz festival performances. These recordings are now available through the UNC Music Library. [READ FULL POST]