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Date: Sat Feb 10 2007 - 02:04:43 MST
Date: Sat, 10 Feb 2007 02:04:43 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 02/09/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 02/09/2007
09 February 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- David Finkel and Wu Han Feb. 27
--- New Electronic Portfolio System Available Through
Career Services Online
--- CU @ the Boulder Public Library Series: Building a Roman Pier
--- Center to Advance Research and Teaching
in the Social Sciences Grants
--- CIRES Outstanding Achievement Awards
--- Submit to "Evoke: Women's Journal" by the WRC!
--- Blood Drive this Week, Feb 12-14, UMC 235
--- Do You Rely on Elevators for Access on Campus?
--- Free Lunch Series at the University of Colorado Museum!
--- Dennis Van Gerven lecture: "Mummies of Ancient Nubia:
Dead and Loving It!"
--- College of Music Events - Feb. 26-March 4
DAVID FINCKEL AND WU HAN FEB. 27
The Artist Series brings cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han to
Macky Auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 pm. The couple performs in
the world's most prestigious venues as soloists, as a duo, and in
David's case, as cellist of the Emerson String Quartet. The evening's
program follows the evolution of musical style through the Baroque,
Classical, and Romantic eras before landing in the twentieth century.
Discounts are available for CU students, faculty and staff!
Contact: CU Concerts Box Office, (303) 492-8008
Additional information: http://www.cuconcerts.org/finckelhan.html
NEW ELECTRONIC PORTFOLIO SYSTEM AVAILABLE THROUGH CAREER SERVICES ONLINE
Professors: Do you require electronic portfolios in your classes?
Would you like to? Career Services has recently added an electronic
portfolio feature called Folio21 to Career Services Online (CSO).
Students can access the program free of charge through their CSO
account. If you would like to know more about Folio21, please visit
the Career Services website at
http://careerservices.colorado.edu/public.cs?folio21 or contact Lisa
Severy at Lisa.Severy@Colorado.edu to make arrangements for a quick
Contact: Lisa Severy
CU @ THE BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY SERIES: BUILDING A ROMAN PIER
The CU @ the Boulder Public Library series continues with an evening
of discussion with History Professor Robert Hohlfelder about his
latest project that brings to life the ancient Roman construction
technique of using hydraulic concrete to recreate an underwater Roman
harbor pier. Professor Hohlfelder has directed or participated in 40
maritime archaeological expeditions throughout the Mediterranean.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7 pm at the Boulder Public Library. Free and open
to the public.
Contact: CU-Boulder Outreach Committee, email@example.com
CENTER TO ADVANCE RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES GRANTS
CARTSS grants for social science faculty include:
CARTSS Scholars program supports research activities of social science
CARTSS Seed Fund provides start-up funds for planning
interdisciplinary research activities involving faculty from one or
more social science departments and colleagues from other fields.
CARTSS Teaching Fund provides support for interdisciplinary social
science education initiatives.
Deadline: March 15. Details at
http://cartss.colorado.edu/scholarseedfunds.html. Submit proposals to
Contact: Margie Bopp
Additional information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/scholarseedfunds.html
CIRES OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
CIRES is proud to announce the Ninth Annual CIRES Awards Program that
features two separate CIRES outstanding achievement awards: the
Science and Engineering Awards, designed to honor extraordinary CIRES
members who are involved in scientific research and engineering work,
and the Service Awards, designed to recognize outstanding CIRES
members who perform vital service through administration, outreach or
other similar work. See the website for more information. Nominations
are due Feb. 18.
Additional information: http://cires.colorado.edu/news/awards
SUBMIT TO "EVOKE: WOMEN'S JOURNAL" BY THE WRC!
The WRC's new journal, "Evoke," is now accepting submissions.
Submissions can be photography, artwork, poetry, fiction and
nonfiction from all gender identities reflecting the WRC theme,
"Defining my womanhood, embracing our liberation." Email questions to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Send submissions to
email@example.com by Feb. 15 for the March issue.
Contact: WRC Advisory Board
BLOOD DRIVE THIS WEEK, FEB. 12-14, UMC 235
Give blood. Save Lives. The Boulder Campus Spring Blood Drive will
take place this week, Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 12 and 13, 10 am-3:30
pm and Wednesday, Feb. 14, 10 am-1:30 pm in UMC 235. The drive is
co-sponsored by Boulder Campus Staff Council, Bonfils Blood Center
and UCSU. If you wish to make an appointment to donate blood, please
call 303-363-2300 or 800-365-0006, opt. 2.
Contact: Patti Zike
DO YOU RELY ON ELEVATORS FOR ACCESS ON CAMPUS?
Facilities Management and the Chancellor's Program Accessibility
Committee (PAC) are trying to establish a call list of individuals
who rely on elevators for access to work spaces and academic areas.
This list will be used to notify individuals when elevator outages
are anticipated or to provide an alert when a sudden elevator outage
has occurred. Please use the link below to provide your information
through an online form.
Contact: Howard Kramer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=445133265937
FREE LUNCH SERIES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO MUSEUM!
Thursday, Feb. 15, 12-1 pm. CU Museum, Paleontology Hall, located
next to the UMC. Join us as student recipients of the Walker Van
Riper and William H. Burt Funds update us on their projects. Lunch
provided. James Dubendorf: "A Community for the Imagining: European
Representations of the Pitcairn Origin Story"
Erin Leckey: "The Influence of Climate on Plant-Insect Interactions"
Sarah Taylor: "Diet and Agriculture in the Lower Rio Verde Valley of
Pre-Conquest Oaxaca, Mexico"
Contact: CU Museum of Natural History, 303-492-6892
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
DENNIS VAN GERVEN LECTURE: "MUMMIES OF ANCIENT NUBIA: DEAD AND LOVING IT!"
Professor Van Gerven will talk about his investigations into the
lives and deaths of some 400 ancient Nubians, whose mummies reside in
his laboratory in Hale Science Building. A couple of them will be
visiting for the talk. As Van Gerven likes to explain, they speak
from the past but they also speak for the poor. Tuesday, Feb. 13, 7 pm,
Reynolds Lounge in Farrand Hall.
Contact: Cathy Comstock
COLLEGE OF MUSIC EVENTS - FEB. 26-MARCH 4
Monday, Feb. 26, 7:30 pm, Grusin
Faculty/Guest Recital: Roman Nodel, violin and David Korevaar, piano
Monday, Feb. 26, 3 pm, Imig, C-113
Colloquium Series: Musicology's Ballet Problem with Carlo Caballero
Tuesday, Feb. 27, 7:30 pm, Macky
Artist Series ($): David Finckel, cello and Wu Han, piano
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 7:30 pm, ATLAS Building
Pendulum Series: New Music at CU
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 7:30 pm, Grusin
Guest Recital: Duo 350, guitar
Thursday, March 1, 7:30 pm, Grusin
Guest Recital: Anthony DiSanza, percussion and Jessica Johnson, piano
Friday, March 2, 7:30 pm, Macky
Collage Concert: Wind Ensembles
Sunday, March 4, 4:30 pm, Grusin
Faculty Series: Anne Epperson, piano and friends
All events are free and open to the public unless noted with ($).
Contact: CU Box Office, 303-492-8008
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/music
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