Buff Bulletin Board

This site is a listing of notices, training/seminars, jobs, campus services and events. Buff Bulletin is a service of Campus Communications.

Monday night bowling specials!

Monday Nights • 6 to 11 p.m.

Make Mondays special! $8 per person for two hours of unlimited bowling. Shoes and a fountain drink included! Come alone, or with friends or family. Everyone is welcome. This is the best deal!
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2016 Spring Dates
Every Monday through April 25
Closed Monday night, March 21

Check out all of The Connection’s weekly events!
The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games, UMC first floor

Mosaic Gospel Choir Spring concert Sunday, April 24, 5 p.m.

Experience CUs Mosaic Gospel Choir's spring semester-end concert. Spiritual uplift guaranteed. Directed by Gary Grundei. 30 singers, grand piano, drum kit and funky guitars. Includes spoken word slam poetry by choir founder, Roger Wolsey.

At Wesley Student Center/Chapel, 1290 Folsom St., 1 block north of Colorado Avenue across from Folsom Field at the corner of University Heights Ave. Take the Hop or the Buff Bus.

Free. Donations accepted. Potluck after. See: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mosaic-Gospel-Choir/458932904141494

Join the coloring craze

Did you know that "stressed" spelled backwards is "desserts"? Come visit us at the CU Museum of Natural History on April 29, 4 to 7 p.m. to celebrate the last day of classes and prepare for final exams.

Adult coloring is more than just a stress-busting fad, it's a great way to engage and relax with friends, focus your brain and calm your mind! Enjoy donuts, free coffee in our BioLounge, and adult coloring pages inspired from our very own collection! This event is free and open to CU students.

April 22, 2016 • CU Museum of Natural History • cumuseum@colorado.edu
http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/

IFS Presents: 'Until the End of the World'

Frustrated with the Reader’s Digest version of his film, which was forced upon him by his distributors, Wenders created this director’s cut that runs almost four hours long and lives up to his epic intentions for spiritual reconciliation between father and lost son.

Admission: $8 and the screening starts at 6 p.m. in the Muenzinger auditorium on Sunday, April 23.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.

Campus climate survey for trans and gender creative students

Let your voice be heard. Your voices matter to shape inclusion initiatives on campus, both in classroom, and in other areas of the university.

If you identify as transgender, gender-fluid, agender, gender-creative, or non-binary please consider participating our campus climate survey. It only takes about 10 minutes and your responses will be kept anonymous

For more information, please contact: ayla.engelhart@colorado.edu

April 22, 2016 • Ayla Engelhart • ayla.engelhart@colorado.edu
http://www.colorado.edu/gsc/

Deadline to sign-up for Digital Media Bootcamp is next week

Digital Media Boot Camp (DMBC) offers a focused introduction to digital media production designed to teach practical digital media and technological skills to people from any field. These all-day intensive classes are offered at the ATLAS center. Students will learn to use industry technologies, applications, and creative tools to communicate and present their ideas. The class will be taught May 9-26. More info found here. The deadline to sign-up for this year's Maymester session is April 28.

April 22, 2016 • Sage Sollie • cuatlas@colorado.edu
http://dmbc.colorado.edu/

International Student Guide program

Volunteer help is needed with the large group of new international students expected at CU-Boulder for fall 2016. If you would like to help, join the International Student Guide program. See how it works and get an application: http://www.colorado.edu/oie/isg.

Applications are due by June 10. Questions? Contact issp@colorado.edu.

Language circles at International Coffee Hour, April 22

International Coffee Hour, Fridays, 4 to 5:30 p.m., UMC Grill. Come for the free refreshments, stay for the conversations! This Friday, International Coffee Hour features the many languages spoken at CU-Boulder. Free refreshments and prizes each week.

IFS Presents: 'Wings of Desire'

Wenders’ first German film after eight years in America. The main characters are guardian angels—benevolent, invisible beings in trench coats—who listen to the thoughts of mortals and attempt to comfort them. The film achieved cult status around the world.

Admission: $8- and the screening starts at 6 p.m. in the Muenzinger auditorium on Friday, April 22.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.

Fear and politics in the 2016 elections

CU's Project Nur will be hosting a panel about the impact of Islamophobia in the 2016 elections. Panelists from academia, government and the advocacy community will discuss how the role “fear and politics” plays in this year’s elections, its effects on American politics and specific examples of current events such as global terrorism and the refugee crisis. It will be held on Thursday, April 21, at 5:30 p.m. in Hale room 270.

April 21, 2016 • Sydney Pollack • sydney.pollack@colorado.edu

IFS Presents: 'Silent Running'

In the post-apocalyptic future, a man must risk his life to defend the last space dome, made to save the world’s remaining plant life from being destroyed by the greedy company for whom he works.

On 35mm film!

Admission: $8 and the screening starts at 7:30 p.m. in the VAC Basement auditorium (1B20) on Thursday, April 21.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.

Night Chuch Sundays at 6 p.m. at St. Aidan's

Join us for Night Church, every Sunday at 6 p.m. at St. Aidan’s, 2425 Colorado Ave. (Across from CU Engineering Department). Simple. Sacred. For students. For non-students. For all the people of God. Questions? More info? Visit our Facebook page

April 20, 2016 • Amanda Nuku • office@saintaidans.org
http://www.saintaidans.org

Sing your heart out at Karaoke Night Apr. 21

Take an energizing break from your studies. Sing along to your choice of fun tunes on Thursday nights using Club 156’s cool sound and light systems.

8 p.m. in Club 156, first floor UMC. Food and beverage are right next door in The Connection.
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2016 Spring Dates
Feb. 4, 18
Mar. 3, 17
Apr. 7, 21

Check out all of The Connection’s weekly events!
The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games, UMC first floor.

IFS Presents: 'Chimes at Midnight'

“If I wanted to get into heaven on the basis of one movie, that’s the one I would offer up. I think it’s because it is, to me, the least flawed .... I succeeded more completely, in my view, with that than with anything else.”—Orson Welles

Admission: $8 and the screening starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Muenzinger auditorium on Wednesday, April 20.

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.

Wild Earth Day at the CU Museum of Natural History

This Wild Earth Day celebration promises to be action-packed with leaders in the field of environmental education, climate science and creative entertainment. The event will include a performance by Jeff and Paige and Vana Vedu, a Marimba band. Nature's Educators will have some live birds of prey and reptiles here, and there will be a weather balloon launch! Join us for some hands-on crafts and activities too. Free and open to the public, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Business and belief among Han Chinese practitioners of Tibetan Buddhism

CAS Speaker Series. Presentation by John Osburg, Department of Anthropology at the University of Rochester. This talk is based on an ethnographic study of a group of wealthy, urban Han Chinese who have become followers of Tibetan Buddhism and patrons of reincarnated lamas and charismatic Tibetan monks. Osburg will examine the sources of the appeal of Tibetan Buddhism for wealthy Han and the range of ways in which they integrate Buddhist principles and ritual practice into their lives. Friday, April 22, 3:30 p.m., Guggenheim 205, CU-Boulder.

Earth Sciences and Map Library photo contest winners

The Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences and Map Library photo contest concluded last week with an outstanding 68 photo submissions, representing undergraduate and graduate programs across the campus, and drawing from the sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.

The winner was William Armstrong. His photo, “Rock and Ice,” will be framed and on display in the Earth Sciences and Map Library starting this week.

Stop by the library in the Benson Earth Sciences building to see it, as well as the 11 runner-up photos.

Graduate with us: Gender and Sexuality Center Lavender Graduation

Register for the Gender and Sexuality Center's Lavender Graduation. It will be held May 3, 5 to 7 p.m. in the Abrams Lounge.

Registration deadline is April 27.

Free Texas Hold’em poker tournament Grand Championship Apr. 19

Put on your poker face, see if Lady Luck is with you and win prizes! Sign up 6 p.m. at The Connection front desk; cards fly at 7 p.m. Everyone is welcome – all skill levels. Learn more.

2016 Spring Dates
April 5
Grand Championship (winners play-off): April 19

Check out all of The Connection’s weekly events!
The Connection Bowling, Billiards & Games, UMC first floor.

Butterflies and Butterfly Gardening

April is a great time to start thinking about gardening in Colorado! Join us at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History on Monday, April 25, at 7 p.m. with Curator of Entomology and Professor and Chair of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Deane Bowers. Bowers will share her love of the natural beauty of Colorado’s native butterflies, introduce some of the rare and common species found in Colorado, and explain how to attract butterflies to your garden. Admission is free.

April 18, 2016 • CU Museum of Natural History • cumuseum@colorado.edu
http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/

The 'Famous ColoRussians' event with Prof. John O'Loughlin

On Monday, April 18, at 7 p.m in HUMN 1B80, the “Famous ColoRussians” series features John O’Loughlin, CU-Boulder professor of geography and faculty associate in the Institute of Behavioral Science. Professor O’Loughlin has received the gold medal from the Russian Geographical Society for his research on Russia, and he was the first foreigner in more than 100 years to win such an award. O’Loughlin will talk about his work and travel along with the Q&A session. This event is free and open to public. Reception will follow.

April 18, 2016 • Tatiana Mikhailova • mikhailo@colorado.edu

2016 GWC Distinguished Lecture: Bill Hedden, Grand Canyon Trust

"In Love with the Wild: Thoughts about Public Lands in the 21st Century"

Bill Hedden, Executive Director, Grand Canyon Trust

Thursday, April 21, 5:30 p.m. Wolf Law Building, Wittemyer Courtroom.

This event is free and open to the public, but you must be registered to attend. More information and registration available at: http://www.colorado.edu/law/research/gwc/events.

IFS Presents: 'Paris, Texas'

Harry Dean Stanton stars as an amnesiac wandering through the desert after a four-year absence to look for his family. Based on a script by Sam Shepard and winner of a series of important international awards, including the 1984 Palme d’Or at Cannes.

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

For more information: www.internationalfilmseries.com.

Biologies beyond the nature/nurture divide: Materializing absent kinships in Japanese child welfare

CAS Luncheon Series. This talk will be presented by Kathryn Goldfarb of Anthropology. This paper is based on ethnographic research in Japan and is part of a larger project that explores how “non-normative” kinship practices articulate with family ideologies. Here I suggest that the lived meanings of kinship and family are sometimes best understood by exploring the absence of locally meaningful kinship ties—absences that are often perceived and experienced in the body. April 21, noon, CAS Conference Room, 1424 Broadway. Lunch is provided.

'The remembered Imam: Truth and Meaning in Early Muslim Historiography'

Featuring Najam Haider from the Barnard College Department of Religion

Haider is one of the leading scholars of early Twelver and Zaydi Shi’ism. His research focuses on the formation of early Muslim identities and Islamic historiography. Haider will be giving a talk on April 19 at 5 p.m. in HUMN 150 “The Remembered Imam: Truth and Meaning in Early Muslim Historiography” in which he will examine the relationship between rhetoric and history in early Muslim writings.

April 15, 2016

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