Uncg Calendar Spring 2023 – As we head into Semester 2020, we are also strengthening our plans for the upcoming Semester 2021. Today we are announcing changes to the Spring 2021 schedule. We are reviewing our educational needs and evaluating how best to maintain our physical and mental health as we grow throughout the year. We follow the same approach that works well as we make changes based on what we learn. Based on discussions with educators, students, and other higher education stakeholders, we made our decision with a few key principles in mind:
More detailed schedules are available here. We will continue to provide updates on housing study plans and other related plans for Spring 2021. You can expect to see more communications about expanding our COVID-19 testing capabilities, the evolution of our security protocols and the updating of our operations. As the situation warrants. We ask for continued patience and kindness from our entire community, adherence to all community policies and standards, and continued vigilance as we continue through this semester. Our goal is to make the experience as dynamic, valuable and safe as possible for our students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors.
Uncg Calendar Spring 2023
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Titan To Spartan Connect
We offer CPR for adults and children, first aid and professional AED rescue and CPR / AED. These courses are delivered in a blended curriculum, some of which will be delivered online through the American Red Cross and the final part will be an in-class skills test at the Kaplan Center.
Work your mind and body! Internships are specialized jobs that teach skills, specialized training, or certification. Want to bring apps to your team? Accommodation room? Organization? We can offer personalized programs ranging from yoga to nutrition workshops.
UNC Greensboro Outdoor Adventures is sponsoring a wilderness first aid course March 25-26, 2017 and will be held at the Piney Lake location. The course will be delivered by Landmark Learning. This 16-hour course is designed to prepare you for expectations. It will guide you in caring for the sick or injured away from clear medical care. Classroom instruction and demonstrations are combined with real-life scenarios where patient simulations will motivate you to reinforce your learning. At the end of the course, you will have the knowledge, skills and ability to make the right decisions in an emergency. This course is taught by experienced teachers. Learning takes place both in the classroom and outdoors, regardless of weather conditions. All trip registrations are done directly at the Outdoor Adventures office, located on the first floor of the Kaplan Center near the Natatorium. Ride first, come first. To guarantee your place, you must pay in full. You will need to fill out some forms when you register, so be prepared to spend around 15-20 minutes on the entire registration process.
Uncg Announces Updates To Spring Calendar
Most tours are designed for beginners. However, some trips have prerequisites that must be met before the trip. For example, a kayak outing along the coast and in whitewater requires a demonstration of the wet outing (reverse kayaking procedure) at the Kaplan Center Natatorium prior to the outing. All requirements will be explained during registration.
Outdoor adventures are fueled by human energy and adventure based on that, so we expect a certain level of exertion on all of our trips. We rate our level of exertion as low, medium or severe. It is important to consider your current fitness level and any physical or mental limitations you may have when deciding to participate in any of our activities. For clarification on the works and the difficulties, do not hesitate to ask.
All overnight trips have mandatory pre-departure meetings which take place on the Wednesday prior to departure. A pre-departure meeting date and time will be provided upon registration. The goal of each meeting is to better prepare you for your experience. This includes reviewing travel procedures, completing paperwork, discussing meal plans, checking packing lists, and packing gear. As mentioned above, these meetings are mandatory. Participants do not need to register for travel if they cannot attend the meeting. Participants who do not attend the meeting will be prohibited from traveling without compensation. Basketball camps for boys and girls in grades 1-8 focus on the basics. This camp will focus on the basics of games such as shooting, passing, passing, rebounding, and defending, with an emphasis on play, teamwork, and fun! Activities will include games, workshops, work stations, free throws… Continue
Spartan Fest Friday: Kaos Uncg
Young Writers Camp campers create 21st century stories using digital tools like storytelling, blogging, and filmmaking during this two-week camp experience. In daily workshops, the branch works with professors, graduate students, NC teachers, and local writers. Camp to introduce young writers to writing… Continue
CHANCE is a summer college admissions program that brings together growing Latino and Hispanic high school students from across North Carolina for several days of college and university experience, leadership and community service, empowerment culture and life on campus. The main objective of the opportunity is to…continue
Spartans coach Mike Jones is hosting a full day camp for the first time in four years! The goal of this camp is for campers to learn from current/former players and coaches, improve their basketball skills and techniques, and most importantly, have fun! … Continue
A Spring Day In Greensboro
All girls in grades 9-12 are invited to join Coach Patterson, his staff, and members of the women’s basketball team as they host a camp designed for skill development and coaching.