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  • Fayetteville Business Center
    and independent In between the company receives tailor made services that point it toward success The aim of the incubator is to give these new entrepreneurs the help they need Client companies obtain such services as hands on help forming a business team access to financing flexible space in which to grow legal marketing and fiscal advice and seminars on special topics The Fayetteville Business Center offers various seminars workshops for individuals seeking information and training to start and grow their business The seminars target residents business located in the low income areas of the city Over the last few years the Fayetteville Business Center has expanded its support services to provide more outreach for groups with high unemployment rates This includes recently separated military and the formally incarcerated The business center also provides resume job search support One of the goals of the Fayetteville Business Center is to strengthen the partnership between the center and FSU s School of Business and Economics The University Center Economics Development Grant funded by the Economic Development Administration represents a unique opportunity to make a significant difference in the long distressed economy of southeast North Carolina and strengthen our partnership with the SBE

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/community-affairs/fayetteville-business-center (2016-02-17)
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  • Reading Club
    Club selection for 2014 is The Other Wes Moore One Name Two Fates by Wes Moore More Past Selections 2013 The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot More 2012 The Wealth Cure Putting Money In its Place by Hill Harper More 2011 Disintegration The Splintering of Black America by Eugene Robinson More 2010 There Are No Children Here by Alex Kotlowitz More 2009 Dreams from My Father by

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/readingclub (2016-02-17)
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  • Home
    contribution to Fund 2506 Org 52305 Program L101 The WHM Project members would like to thank Ms Annie Butler for her years of service to the committee You will be missed Please visit when you get a chance Join Us 2015 16 Theme Working to Form a More Perfect Union Honoring Women in Public Service and Government Honors women who have shaped America s history and its future through their public service and government leadership Integrated with the Black Lives Matter movement 2014 15 Theme Weaving the Stories of Women s Lives The opportunity to weave women s stories individually and collectively into the essential fabric of our nation s history 2012 13 Theme Women Inspiring Innovation Through Imagination Celebrating Women in Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics 2011 2012 Theme Women s Empowerment 2009 2010 Join us on the third Wednesday of each month to discuss issues important to the study of women and gender Read More Additional Information 2010 theme Writing Women Back into Histroy PDF Congressional Resolution PDF The National Women s History Project Test your knowledge of women s history 2009 theme Women Taking the lead to save our Planet 2006 theme Women Weaving the Future PDF

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/whm (2016-02-17)
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  • Federal Relations Issues
    legislative regulatory and budget actions affecting Fayetteville State University and the higher education community Each Chancellor shall designate a campus officer to carry out the function of Federal Relations Officer FRO Faculty and staff shall contact the FRO prior to contact with federal agencies appointed or elected officials Read more Current and Ongoing Issues FSU FY 13 Federal Agenda Thurgood Marshall Federal Agenda Upcoming Events HBCU Community Developement Action Coalition

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/government-relations/federal-relations (2016-02-17)
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  • State Relations
    North Carolina to promote the institution s value to the long term success of higher education and economic transformation in North Carolina State Relations Founded in 1867 Fayetteville State University became a member of the University of North Carolina system in 1972 Since that time FSU has served the residents of North Carolina by educating the majority of its teachers and educational administrators in the southeastern region of the state providing access to education for low income and first generation college students and military affiliated populations As a state entity the University receives the majority of its budget from the State of North Carolina We invite the constituents of North Carolina to utilize our campus as a resource for human intellectual social and financial needs Legislative Session Updates The Regular Session of the 2015 2016 biennium of the North Carolina General Assembly convened on January 14 2015 for the purpose of electing officers adopting rules and organizing the session and adjourned on January 14 2015 and reconvened on January 28 2015 FSU Budget Impact Governor s Budget Recommendations 2015 2017 UNC System Budget Impact Student Loan Interest Rate Extension Resources University of North Carolina Policies Governing Employee Involvement In Political

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/government-relations/state-relations (2016-02-17)
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  • Political Candidacy and Office Holding
    or to hold any public office is responsible for knowing the terms of and complying with the requirements of the board policies A copy of the full text of the board policies may be obtained from the legal counsel s office Failure to comply with the policies is a violation of the terms and conditions of University employment and may result in disciplinary action The following is a summary of the basic provisions of the board policies The full text of the policies should be consulted by an affected employee Advice concerning the interpretation and application of the policies may be obtained from Fayetteville State University s legal counsel Candidacy for election to public office Becoming a candidate for election to a full time or major part time office is presumed to create a conflict of time that interferes with the employee s satisfactory performance of University employment obligations The conflict may be avoided by 1 resigning from University employment 2 seeking an appropriate unpaid leave of absence from University employment or 3 rebutting the presumption of conflict by demonstrating that there in fact will be no conflict between campaign activity and University employment An employee who intends to become a candidate must follow prescribed procedures for resolving questions about conflicts in advance of becoming a candidate Holding public office Upon assuming an elective or appointive full time office a University employee will be deemed to have resigned his University employment unless prior to assuming office he requests and is granted a full leave of absence without pay Such a leave of absence may not exceed two years Upon assuming an elective or appointive major part time office a University employee will be presumed to have a conflict of time that necessitates his resignation from University employment the resignation requirement

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/political-activity/political-candidacy-and-office-holding (2016-02-17)
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  • Special Student Issues
    of who voted for and against Prior to visits to the state legislature legislative offices Congress or congressional offices please be sure to contact Student Affairs and or the the Director of Government and Community Affairs We can provide you with guidelines and talking points on issues of importance to this campus Political campaign activities on campus Voter Registration Drives Candidate Forums The activity must be sponsored or hosted by registered student organizations and all expenses related to the activity if any are borne by the candidate political organizations or student organizations University facilities may be rented for political events per campus policy on use of university premises and facilities Such sponsored events may not be subsidized or supported by the university Anyone who wishes to endorse a candidate may do so at the university s free speech zone located in front of the Rudolph Jones Student Center Voter Registration North Carolina www ncsbe gov ncsbe Qualifications to register to vote in North Carolina To register to vote in this State a person must sign a voter declaration attesting that I am a U S citizen I will have been a resident of North Carolina and this county for 30 days before the election I will be at least 18 years old by the next general election I am not registered nor will I vote in any other county or state If I have been convicted of a felony my rights of citizenship have been restored If you live off campus Seabrook Park may not be your voting precinct In order to ensure that your precinct will be Seabrook Park you should use your campus post office box as your address of record If you have registered to vote in your home county you cannot cast your ballot in Cumberland

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/political-activity/special-student-issues (2016-02-17)
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  • Election related activities approval process
    this email The body of the email should include the name of the requestor an email address and phone number for that person In addition it should include a summary of the activity Purpose of the event internal and external partners If the event is approved it will be posted here on the campus election information web page under approved activities This will provide faculty staff students and visitors a

    Original URL path: http://www.uncfsu.edu/govandcommunity/political-activity/election-related-activities-approval-process (2016-02-17)
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