The UnstillLife, an exhibit by Zeuxis, is now open at the University Museum.
Make a difference by joining NVMP to gain experience while giving back. Summer and yearlong opportunities available. Apply today!
Graduating UM Staff Members must sign up to be included in the Inaugural Red & Blue Celebration held May 9, 12 noon, JAC, Auditorium A.
ICN is seeking to hire several students, including paid tuition for graduate students, to assist within its Information Services Division.
CSD 356, Principles of Auditory (re)Habilitation will be offered during the May Intersession.
A special learning day at the Strawberry Plains Audubon Center with Mitch Robinson. Short lecture and SPAC wagon tour.
Graphic Designers. Advertising. PR. Marketing. Entrepreneurs. IMC. Learn how to improve your advertising materials. Sign up for JOUR 383!
With Mother's Day on Sunday, take this opportunity to create a delicious treat with Jeff and Kathleen Taylor. Always fun!
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders is pleased to announce summer American Sign Language courses.
Your participation is needed! Please take this survey to aid UM in its efforts to take steps to promote a campus free of sexual harassment
Biomedical Engineering is working to identify the effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) on falls risk in post-menopausal women.
Apply Now - STEMS REU Program will provide educational science research opportunities to undergraduates.
Dr. Brice Noonan will lead a class that welcomes all majors to study Ecology and Conservation on the island of Roatan July 7-21.
April 29 - Faculty/Staff Canoe Trip to Wall Doxey State Park.
The University Medical Center's Health Innovation and Transformation Center invites you to participate in the first ever HIT Forum.
Lead volunteers on 2 football gamedays as UM competes in EPA recycling challenge. Great opp to learn & teach about recycling! Apps due 4/27.
During April of each year, the University celebrates Disability History Month. Attached please find the schedule of events.
Dr. Anjali Forber-Pratt, professor at Vanderbilt University an 2008 Paralympic bronze medalist will be this year's keynote speaker.
A portion of Chucky Mullins Drive south of Highway 6 will close to through traffic April 16 due to ongoing construction.
The deadline has been extended until June 1 for Dr. Jason Hoeksema's Ecology and Evolution of Sky Island Biodiversity. Register now!
Learn the basic techniques of archaeological field methods and about public archaeology. Dr. Tony Boudreaux leads. First Summer Session.
Learn how multicultural communities work together in meaningful/creative/unexpected ways to transform lives through critical consciousness.
Campus Recreation Aquatics is offering full American Red Cross Lifeguard certification courses, open to all students.
This week's menu theme is Korean. Please visit the Lenoir Dining website or Facebook page to make a lunch reservation.
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