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Campus Service Day

  • 03/23
  • 5:54 pm-5:54 pm

Campus Service Day, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Community residents are invited to join with students, faculty and staff to plant milkweed, manage invasive species, redecorate the Bee Hotel and perform other tasks. Free Greenfest t-shirts will be given to all participants. Work will be ongoing all day and online pre-registration is required with hour-long shifts available.

This event is part of UNC Asheville's Spring Greenfest 2017.

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Spring 2017 Commencement

  • 03/23
  • 5:54 pm-5:54 pm

NOTE:  UNC Asheville’s Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremony is open to friends and family of the graduates.

UNC Asheville will celebrate Spring 2017 Commencement on Saturday, May 13, with alumna Ko Barrett, deputy assistant administrator for research for NOAA, serving as commencement speaker for the morning ceremony. Barrett will receive an honorary degree, along with honorary degree recipients artist Stoney Lamar, pediatrician Olson Huff, and Cherokee elder Ellen Bird.

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WNC Regional Science Olympiad

  • 03/21
  • 2:33 pm-2:33 pm

UNC Asheville will once again host the annual Regional Science Olympiad, bringing young scientists from 17 high schools and nine middle schools across Western North Carolina together to compete in 46 different events on Saturday, March 25. The winners move on to the statewide tournament later this year.

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UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy Asheville Open House

  • 03/21
  • 2:33 pm-2:33 pm

The UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy will hold an open house for its Doctor of Pharmacy program at the school’s Asheville campus at the University of North Carolina at Asheville on Monday, March 20.

The event will be held at 5:30 p.m. in 011 Karpen Hall. Those who wish to attend the open house must register at http://Pharmacy.unc.edu/openhouse. There is no cost to participate.

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Spring 2017 Open House

  • 03/21
  • 9:34 pm-9:34 pm

UNC Asheville will host its spring Open House on Saturday, March 25, giving college-bound students and their families a chance to talk with current students, meet one-on-one with faculty and staff, and discuss academic programs, financial aid, scholarships and the application process.

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Brown Bag Talk - Practice as Research: CCBdance Project, Resistance and Methods of Inquiry In The Field of Dance

  • 03/21
  • 2:34 pm-2:34 pm

Ramsey Library Brown Bag Talks take place on Thursdays at noon in Special Collections, with light refreshments served and brown bags welcome. Free and open to everyone.

This talk will feature Celia Bambara, assistant professor and director of UNC Asheville's Dance Program, who provides this description:

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Brown Bag Talk - Building Bridges - Implementing an Inclusive Pedagogical Approach

  • 03/21
  • 8:28 pm-8:28 pm

Ramsey Library Brown Bag Talks take place on Thursdays at noon in Special Collections, with light refreshments served and brown bags welcome. Free and open to everyone.

This talk will feature Regine Criser, assistant professor of German, who provides this description:

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Brown Bag Talk by Gene Hyde, Special Collections

  • 03/21
  • 1:55 pm-1:55 pm

Ramsey Library Brown Bag Talks take place on Thursdays at noon in Special Collections, with light refreshments served and brown bags welcome. Free and open to everyone.

Gene Hyde, head of special collections will be the speaker on March 2 and he provides this description:

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Ramsey Library Brown Bag Talk: Brent Skidmore and the STEAM Studio

  • 03/21
  • 6:54 pm-6:54 pm

Ramsey Library Brown Bag Talks are free and open to everyone with light refreshments provided and brown bags welcome.

Description from Gene Hyde, head of Ramsey Library Special Collections:

Brent Skidmore, Department of Art and Art History, and members of the STEAM studio team

"Drinking from the Fire hose: How to add A to STEM to create the UNCA STEAM studio"

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MLK Week Discussion: MLK's Legacy of Social Justice - How to Navigate Today's Justice System

  • 03/21
  • 9:34 pm-9:34 pm

This lunch-n-learn discussion, facilitated by UNC Asheville Chief of Police and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Public Safety Eric Boyce, is part of UNC Asheville's Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Week 2017. Free and open to everyone from noon-1 p.m. in Highsmith Union Intercultural Center.