Airport Shuttles Available Nov. 24-26 and Nov. 30Posted: A UNC Asheville Airport Shuttle will be available before and after the Thanksgiving Holiday to transport students to and from the Asheville Regional Airport (AVL).
Shuttles from campus to Asheville Regional Airport
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., & 4 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., & 4 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014: 8 a.m., 9 a.m., 10 a.m., & 11 a.m.
Shuttles from Asheville Regional Airport to campus
Sunday, Nov. 30, 2014: 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., and 5 p.m.
* The UNC Asheville Shuttle is not responsible for any missed flights. Please plan accordingly as delays, traffic, and other events can delay shuttle transport. You may be responsible for your own transport back from the airport to campus if your return time does not coincide with the return shuttle schedule.
Meet the shuttle in front of Governors Hall.
In addition, you can travel between the Asheville Airport and campus via ART (Asheville Transit) Monday through Saturday. Please see ART scheduling for details.
Celebration of the Life of Former Chancellor Sam SchumanPosted: Members of the UNC Asheville community are invited to share in a celebration of the life of former chancellor Sam Schuman who died on Nov 11.Chancellor Doug Orrinvites members of the UNC Asheville Community
to a Celebration of Lifehonoring and rememberingformer UNC Asheville Chancellor, faculty member, and community member
Dr. Samuel Schuman
FromKarpen Hall Lobby & Laurel Forum
Program begins at
followed by a reception with members of the Schuman Family
Everyone is welcome to share their memoriesand thoughts of Sam Schuman through this online journal.Entries shared by will be available at the celebrationas a complete journal presented to Nancy Schuman following the celebration.
No RSVP Required
Men's Basketball Tip-Off Time ChangesPosted: Tip-off time has been changed for two upcoming Bulldog men's basketball games.
On Saturday, Nov. 22nd, the game at East Tennessee State has been moved to 7 p.m.
On Sunday, Nov. 30th, the home game vs. Charlotte has been moved to 3 p.m.
For the latest information on all UNC Asheville teams, visit uncabulldogs.com
Veteran Student Alliance Hosts Clothing DrivePosted: The Veterans Student Alliance will be hosting a clothing drive from November 17 through November 21 in recognition of Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
All clothes will be donated to the Veteran's Quarters of the ABCCM. Clothes can be dropped off at the Highsmith Information desk.
SAAC Seeks Donations to MANNAPosted: SAAC, the Student-Athlete Advisory Council, is partnering with other student organizations on campus to challenge our campus to donate 1,000 lbs. of food to MANNA in just one week.
Collections bins will be located at various locations across campus from November 17 - November 24, including at the men's basketball game on November 19, and the women's basketball game on November 24. Anyone who brings a donation on November 24th will get a free ticket for the women's basketball game. SAAC plans to deliver all donations to MANNA on Tuesday, November 25. For more information about MANNA, please visit www.mannafoodbank.org.
Donations bins are located in Brown Hall, Highsmith, the Student Recreation Center, the Sherrill Center and Owen Hall.
Toys, Volunteers Needed for Annual Headstart Holiday PartyPosted: UNC Asheville will be hosting its 17th Annual Headstart Holiday Party. New unwrapped toys and volunteers are needed.
Please join your colleagues in making a difference in a preschooler's life this Holiday season and donate new unwrapped or wrapped toys for children ages 3 - 4.
Donations can be made at the University's drop-off post located at Zaiger 108 by November 26, 2014. Contact Melissa Castillo at email@example.com or Daisy Torres at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
For more information about the Headstart Holiday Party, visit http://oscopp.unca.edu/unc-ashevilles-17th-annual-headstart-holiday-part...
Art Alumni Hunter and Amelia StampsPosted: The Department of Art is pleased to have two Alumni visit their alma mater and present some Ceramics and Three-Dimensional class lectures, class demonstrations, and informal discussions of student work.
Hunter Stamps and Amelia Daniel Stamps (both Class of 2002, BFA with Concentration in Ceramics) will be on campus during the week of November 17-23 for lectures, demos, and firing the Anagama kiln. They will also participate in the Holiday Art SaleNovember 21-22. Hunter will return on December 1 as a guest speaker at the. Specific dates and times are:
· November 17-23: loading and firing the Anagama on Monday and stay until kiln is off on Sunday. Kiln is located behind Owen Hall (Hunter)
· November 17, 12:45-1:35pm: Lecture Investigations of Beauty and Abjection, Three Dimensional Design in Humanities Lecture Hall (Hunter)
· November 20, all-day demo in Ceramics studio, Owen Hall 143, and lecture on aspects of making ceramics as a professional working crafter beginning at 1:45pm in Owen 302A (Amelia)
· November 21 (4-7pm) and 22 (10am-2pm): participating the Holiday Art Sale, S. Tucker Cooke Gallery, Owen (Hunter and Amelia)
· December 1 (1-2pm): Hunter will return to give a guest lecture during the Undergraduate Symposium, “Atmospheric Firing: Evolutions in American Ceramic Kiln Design,” Owen Hall 237.
· December 1 (2pm) begin unloading the kiln
All events are free and open to the public.
For more information, visit https://art.unca.edu/alumni-hunter-and-amelia-stamps-return
Call for Papers - UNC Asheville's 2015 Queer Studies ConferencePosted: The abstract deadline is Monday, Nov. 24, 2014 for the 2015 Queer Studies Conference at UNC Asheville, which will take place April 2-4.
Navigating Normativities, Queering Institutions and Challenging Inequalities
The UNC Asheville Queer Studies Conference, a biennial event established in 1998, attracts an international audience of activists, academics, and artists who showcase a range of creative and scholarly pursuits related to the investigation of genders and sexualities. All GLBTQ-related proposals will be considered. We invite a diverse representation of approaches and participants, including faculty, staff, graduate students, community members and undergraduate students. All formats will be considered, including paper presentations (15 minutes), panels (60 to 75 minutes), workshops, exhibitions, film screenings, and performances. Paper presentations will be organized into groups of 3 to 4.
For more information: