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COVID-19: News and Campus Updates

New Turf, Empower Center Strengthen Facilities for Bear Athletes

As the Bears return to the gridiron, they do so with two big facility upgrades — new turf, generously funded by a donor in partnership with Academy Sports Turf; and the Empower Center, UNC’s new sport performance center. [READ FULL POST]

Remembering Vincent Jackson

Vincent Jackson achieved greatness on the football field and in his community. The UNC Athletics Hall of Famer passed away on February 15, 2021, but left a legacy that will last for lifetimes. [READ FULL POST]

Syllabus: CRJ 380

Sarah Goodrum, Ph.D., teaches Criminology and Criminal Justice (CRJ) 380, where students learn how to examine research reports, review and synthesize the research literature on a topic, and construct a research proposal. [READ FULL POST]

Go Bears - Spring Briefs

Briefs from Spring 2020 of athletics news and sports updates. [READ FULL POST]

Research – Setting the Mood

Assistant Professor of Theatre Studies Rand Harmon, Ph.D., MFA, researches the conceptualization and ethics of site-based and immersive theatre. [READ FULL POST]

Last Look – Greeley Day at the Capitol

The event centered on actively promoting Greeley and discussing important issues. A recurring topic was the Aims2UNC partnership, a program that streamlines a path for students to transition directly to UNC after earning their associate’s degree at Aims. [READ FULL POST]

I'm a Bear – Sam Hesch

This January, senior Music Education major Sam Hesch traveled with UNC’s Jazz Lab I and a number of UNC faculty to New York City to compete in the inaugural Jack Rudin Jazz Championship at the Lincoln Center. [READ FULL POST]

What Makes a UNC Education Different?

Every professor at UNC has slightly different strengths, but listening to Chelsie Romulo, Ph.D., assistant professor of Geography, GIS, and Sustainability, points out some broad initiatives and patterns that make a UNC education uniquely student-centered — and all of which can be strengthened in the coming decade. [READ FULL POST]

What is Rowing, Not Drifting 2030?

UNC President Andy Feinstein, Ph.D., spent the past a year and a half getting to know UNC’s unique people, strengths and opportunities. Through that work, and with input from stakeholders across campus and beyond, a decade-long vision emerged: Rowing, Not Drifting 2030: Students First. [READ FULL POST]

Sustainable Success

UNC is mapping out its success strategy for the next decade, calling it Rowing, Not Drifting 2030, with the goal of making UNC more student-success centered than ever. [READ FULL POST]

Education Abroad, International Students Among First to Feel Impact

Well before the first reported case of COVID-19 in the United States, UNC’s Center for International Education that supports education abroad and international students had already mobilized. [READ FULL POST]

NFL Alumni

In 2005, the magazine featured Jackson and these former UNC players, who’ve also since moved on from successful NFL careers. [READ FULL POST]

Kay Norton’s Presidency

Fast facts and new additions during Kay Norton's 16 year presidency. [READ FULL POST]

Milestones 2002-2018

UNC milestones from 2002-2018, during Kay Norton's presidency. [READ FULL POST]

Longest-Serving Presidents

University of Northern Colorado's longest-serving presidents [READ FULL POST]

Former Bear QB Signs with Broncos

Former Northern Colorado Quarterback, Kyle Sloter signed a free agent contract with the Denver Broncos. [READ FULL POST]

Monitoring and Responding to Threats at UNC

UNC monitors and responds to potential threats a variety of ways. [READ FULL POST]

The Cost of Coping

How the report is being used in preparing prospective principals [READ FULL POST]

A Necessary Climate Change

School climate’s role in school safety [READ FULL POST]

Know Your Games

Rio 2016 television coverage, paralympic sports, athlete to watch and a history of the paralympics [READ FULL POST]