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October's Ethics & Compliance Brown Bag features Clery Compliance

October's monthly series on Monday, Oct. 24, 12 to 1 p.m. in the Rec Center will feature a presentation by Patrick Warwick-Diaz, Clery Compliance and Crime Analyst with the CU Police Department. In his presentation, Warwick-Diaz will cover this history behind the Clery Act, the requirements the law places on our community and what occurs if we are out of compliance. Attendees will also gain insight into their individual responsibilities. Q&A will follow presentation. Attendees are welcome to bring lunch. Light refreshments will be provided.

The Pleistocene peopling of the Americas: What we know, don’t know, and argue about endlessly

Join David Meltzer on Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. in Hale 270 as he explores ongoing questions about the first people to arrive in the Americas: where they came from, how and when they made it here, and what they did once they reached this vast landscape. Meltzer shares evidence from archaeology, genetics and geology that points the way toward resolution of some still-disputed matters. This free lecture is sponsored by the CU Museum of Natural History and is being presented as part of the Unearthed: Ancient Life in the Boulder Valley exhibit.

October 19, 2016 • CU Museum of Natural History • cumuseum@colorado.edu

Visiting Artist Lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 25- James Bailey

James Bailey’s work examines maps and mapping as both objects and acts by exploring the systems and conventions of depicting, charting, categorizing and interpreting our environment and experiences through both traditional and experimental printmaking processes. Bailey has exhibited his work nationally and internationally in over 300 exhibitions.

Wesley Chapel Social Justice Murals Celebration Sun. Oct. 23 2-4PM

Wesley Student Center/Chapel is about to celebrate its 100th year of serving college students in Boulder and as part of that we commissioned a talented local artist to paint a set of murals on the outside of our building. Features Gandhi, King, Romero, Day, Magdalene, Wesley, Dali Lama, and Tutu. All are invited to help us celebrate them. Live music, Silent Auction. Lawn games. Food. Friends. Fun.

Sun. Oct. 23, 2-4PM 1290 Folsom St., 1 block north of Colorado Ave, at corner of University Heights Ave.

October 19, 2016 • Roger Wolsey • webmaster@wesleyf.org

Ferment! Thursdays 5:30 p.m.

Ferment: Eat, drink and talk about life, faith/doubt, theology, God, spirituality, hope, love.

Meets Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. during the fall and spring semesters at Backcountry Pizza & Taphouse. 2319 Arapahoe just west of Folsom St.

Open to under-grad and grad-students of any, or no, faith background. Seeking people who are open-minded, aren't rigid, and who come without agendas or needs to hog conversations. Free food and beverages for the first 8 who arrive!

Hosted by Wesley Fellowship.

October 19, 2016 • Roger Wolsey • webmaster@wesleyf.org

Mosaic Gospel Choir Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Sing your heart out with CU's Mosaic Gospel Choir on Wednesday nights, 7 p.m. at CU's Wesley Student Center/Chapel, 1290 Folsom St., across from the Stadium, one block north of Colorado Ave., at the corner of University Heights Ave. Drop-ins welcome. LGBTQI-friendly. Bring friends. (Don't need to be Christian. Open to all.) Facebook

Your opinion matters: Win a CU Book Store shopping spree

Complete the CU Book Store Customer Service survey and be entered to win one of four $100 shopping sprees. Plus, receive a coupon for 20 percent off one regularly-priced CU logoed clothing or gift item. http://indico.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bqplCLtHbEGFK8R

Safe zone training: LGBTQ ally development program

This interactive two-hour training provides information about campus climate for the LGBTQ and allied community; surveys CU Boulder and Colorado resources, policies and protections; and addresses best practices for creating inclusive learning and work environments at the university. Next upcoming training is Thursday, Sept. 22, 1 to 3 p.m., n450, Center for Community.

More details to attend training go to: GSC

Democracy and development in Bolivia - Global seminar study abroad program in Coroico

Earn three credits in about 2.5 weeks while studying democracy and development in this off-the-beaten-path South American destination. Current Bolivian politics are dynamic and innovative. You will gain an inside perspective of the livelihood strategies and political organization of rural Yungas communities with a unique cultural and agricultural history. Learn more at an interest meeting with the director, Carol Conzelman: Tuesday, Oct. 25, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in UMC 417.

Fall Color Tree Walk

The CU Museum of Natural History and Facilities Management will host the annual Fall Color Tree Walk with Arborist Vince Aquino and retired Outdoor Services Director Alan Nelson. The tour is free, open to the public and will commence at the south entrance of the CU Museum of Natural History at 15th and Broadway on Oct. 25, 5 to 7 p.m. Reservations not required.

October 18, 2016 • CU Museum of Natural History • cumuseum@colorado.edu

Study entrepreneurship and innovation in Panama this May

Panama is considered the fourth strongest economy in Latin America and one of the top 20 fastest growing economies in the world. However, strong economic performance has not translated into broadly shared prosperity. Participate in this global seminar to partner with local entrepreneurs and learn first-hand about the potential for business solutions to address poverty and related social and environmental challenges. This program runs for three weeks in May. Informational meeting Oct. 20, 5:30 p.m. in KOBL 225.

Cheers for Charity!

Join the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences for our annual Cheers for Charity event on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be held at FATE Brewery. There will be a silent auction and all proceeds will go to Brain Buddies, which is an organization that helps people with aphasia, as well as the Speech Language & Hearing Clinic's Y.A.C.H.T. Club. Both programs help individuals with aphasia gain independence through social activities. The $5 entrance fee covers appetizers and a raffle ticket.

October 18, 2016 • Marissa Auerbach • marissa.auerbach@colorado.edu

Study abroad and Leeds School of Business international internship opportunities

Are you a Leeds student interested in earning academic credit through a summer international internship? Attend the international internship interest meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 5 p.m. in KOBL 308 to find out more.

October 17, 2016 • Steven Rose • steven.rose@colorado.edu

Study Abroad and IAFS international internship opportunities

Are you an international affairs major interested in earning academic credit through a summer international internship?  Attend the international internship interest meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 4:30 p.m. in C4C S350 to find out more.

October 17, 2016 • Steven Rose • steven.rose@colorado.edu

Study abroad: Dante in Florence - summer 2017

Spend three weeks with CU Boulder’s Suzanne Magnanini in Italy, exploring Florence’s historic streets. Learn about Dante, his inferno, paintings and frescoes inspired by the poem. The course fulfills upper-division Literature & the Arts core and counts toward the Italian major and minor. You don't have to know Italian to spend part of your summer studying in Italy. Come learn more in the C4C on Wednesday, Oct. 19, 5 to 6 p.m. in room S341. See you there!

Spend Maymester in Rome: Info. meeting on Oct. 19

“Culture Wars in Rome” is a two-week course led by Paul Diduch, an instructor in the CU Boulder Herbst Program of Humanities. Students earn three Humanities (or elective) credits through lectures and visits to major sites in and near Rome. Spend your Maymester walking, talking, eating and exploring in central Rome! Attend an info. meeting with the director and past participants: Oct. 19, 4:30 to 5 p.m. in ECCR 116.

Haunted Halls Oct. 22

Do you like to explore haunted houses? Are you prepared for a zombie apocalypse? Are you ready to be scared? The biggest annual event in Williams Village is back. Students have been waiting a year for this event. Join us for the Annual Residence Hall Association (RHA) Haunted Halls on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 8 p.m. to midnight in the Stearns Basement of Williams Village. Must have a valid Buff OneCard to enter. Questions? Contact moma8644exc@colorado.edu.

October 17, 2016 • Monica Maly • moma8644exc@colorado.edu

Global seminar: Accounting in a global economy interest meeting

Spend two weeks next summer on this new global seminar in London and Amsterdam and complete ACCT 3700. Build an understanding of how the global economy affects financial reporting and legal transfer pricing strategies for multi-national corporations. Information meeting with the director, Josh Neil: Monday, Oct. 24, 5 p.m. in KOBL 355.

Global seminar: Discovering urban China - Summer 2017

Spend your Maymester in China exploring the cultural identity of three of China's most famous and historic cities: Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou. Interact with Chinese peers both in and outside the classroom and gain firsthand knowledge on the ways modernity has affected urban China! This is a competitive program due to the generous Tang Fund scholarship through the Center for Asian Studies available to all admitted participants. Learn more at an interest meeting with the faculty director, Colleen Berry, on Oct. 19, 5 to 6 p.m. in C4C S484.

Study building construction in Valencia, Spain

Study building construction in the beautiful city of Valencia this summer. While earning credit for AREN 2050, you can examine world-renowned architectural works in Spain. A two-day field trip to Barcelona is also included, along with various excursions in and around Valencia. The course counts as a technical elective for many engineering majors. Learn more at an informational meeting: Oct. 19, 5 to 5:30 p.m. in ECCR 118.

IFS Presents: 'On the Silver Globe'

Its science fiction scenario is well worn: astronauts land on a foreign planet and, with no means of getting home, accidentally create a new human race from scratch and become mythic figures, like gods, in their lifetimes.

In Memory of Andrezj Zulawski. New Digital restoration.

Admission: $8 and the screening starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Muenzinger auditorium on Tuesday, Oct. 18.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com

International Archaeology Day: Eating Archaeology

Oct. 22, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CU Museum of Natural History

Ever since there have been people in Colorado they’ve been hunting, gathering, planting and harvesting. Explore how some of the earliest inhabitants hunted 13,000 years ago. But it wasn’t only about the hunt - roots, nuts, seeds and fruits – even insects, were essential to survival in Colorado’s mountains and plains. We’ll travel through time from past meals to current locavore food production and even into the future as we think about where we might take food next.

October 17, 2016 • Museum education • museumed@colorado.edu

Queer Sex Ed

Let's talk about ~queer~ sex.

CU Boulder's Gay Straight Alliance is hosting its annual event Queer Sex Ed! It will start with a presentation by Health Promotion, then a Q&A with a student panel, and will finish with a presentation about sex toys. The last half is 18+ so make sure you remember your state issued ID.

When: Wednesday, Oct. 19, 7 to 9:30 p.m. Where: C4C Abrams Lounge

October 17, 2016 • Gay Straight Alliance

Open position: Research assistant for neuroimaging study

We are looking for motivated undergraduate research assistants for 2016-2017 to help with laboratory research on attention and creativity.

GET INVOLVED If you are a motivated student, you can join the lab for credit by enrolling in independent study (psychology). • Gain invaluable experience for graduate school • See if a career in research is right for you

RESPONSIBILITIES • Human subject running • Experiment analysis • Weekly lab meetings

QUALIFICATIONS • Dependability and initiative • Upper level psychology students

October 17, 2016 • Darya L. Zabelina, Ph.D. • darya.zabelina@colorado.edu

IFS Presents: CU at the Movies - 'Richard III'

Hosted by Hadley Kamminga-Peck, Shakespeare at C.U.

35mm print.

Ian McKellen plays Richard III, and he's a twisted, blackened, serpentine, lurching, spitting, menacing villain with no redeeming qualities whatsoever. He is so hateful, it is easy to see why the Academy overlooked him for a well deserved best actor nomination.

Admission: $8 and the screening starts at 6 p.m. in the Muenzinger auditorium on Sunday, Oct. 16.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.