News Items from UNC Greensboro

NotesIconJanuary’s EAP newsletters are available The one for employee enhancement features pieces on “Multi-Vitamins: How Much is Enough?” and “Top Ten Financial Resolutions.” Highlights from this month’s Supervisor’s Supplement are “Workplace Goals for the New Year,” “Goal Setting for Success” and “Making an EAP Referral to Your Employees.”

Listen to men’s basketball A station with a very powerful signal has joined the Spartan Sports Radio Network for seven men’s games during the remainder of the season. WZTK-FM (101.1 FM) joins WPET-AM 950. WUAG-103.1 FM also carries some games, which are also streamed through UNCGSpartans.com for free, as well as through Yahoo! Sports.

Cold weather exhibitions Inspired by the unseasonably cold temperatures outside, Special Collections at Jackson Library is exhibiting artists’ books relating to winter. Read more.

Protecting historical collections When disaster strikes, rare books, precious textiles and historic documents are sometimes casualties. The N.C. Department of Cultural Resources will hold a meeting Monday, Feb. 8, at 9 a.m., at the Greensboro Public Library to help employees of cultural organizations prepare. Even concerns like mold or humidity will be addressed. Registration is $10. Visit www.ncecho.org to register.

Free access to Triad Business Journal The University Libraries has secured a subscription to the American City Business Journals, including the Triad Business Journal. Anyone on campus – and any current student, staff or faculty member from off-campus – can access the Triad Business Journal for free. Visit https://library.uncg.edu/dbs/auth/go.asp?vdbID=715, or look up the “Business Journal” in Journal Finder at http://journalfinder.wtcox.com/uncg/. Questions? Email smcramer@uncg.edu.

Budget Central The UNCG Budget Information web page has an update: http://fsv.uncg.edu/budgetcentral/UNCG%20Bain%20report%2012-21-09.pdf

Practice Interview Days Feb. 2-4 Representatives from many companies will meet with students to practice their interviewing skills Feb. 2-4 in the Career Services Center, EUC. Employers will focus on standard interviewing questions and what it takes to ace an interview. Students who want to sharpen their skills can sign up at http://www.uncg.edu/csc. For details, e-mail lctandan@uncg.edu.

Water Main Facilities Operations had to shut off the water to Jackson Library late in the day Friday, Jan. 15,  due to a water main break involving a 6-inch water line that feeds the library. Work went late into the evening Friday and continued Saturday morning, said Steven Siler, Facilities Operations.

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