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Date: Sat Apr 21 2007 - 01:37:53 MDT
Date: Sat, 21 Apr 2007 01:37:53 -0600 (MDT) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 04/20/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 04/20/2007
20 April 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Bike Station Clinics April 25, 27
--- SIN is In....
--- Customer Service Seminar
--- Ever Thought of Participating in a Research Study on Sleep?
--- Bring Your Child/Baby/Toddler to School Day!
--- Campus Sustainability Roundtable Friday, April 27
--- What Could Your Kids Do this Summer?
Explore CU Summer Programs
--- Cartoons, Culture and Creed: The Danish Cartoon Controversy
--- 77th Annual Alumni Association Awards Ceremony
--- Away from Her: a Special Screening
BIKE STATION CLINICS APRIL 25, 27
Join us at the Bike Station for the last two sessions in a free and
public clinic series to learn the basics of keeping your bicycle
working. The clinics begin at 2 pm Wednesday, April 25 and Friday,
April 27, and will cover fixing flat tires, adjusting brakes and
shifters, replacing parts and overhauling hubs and headsets. Bring
your bike so clinic assistants can provide specialized instruction.
Some parts and materials will be provided for registered bicycles.
Contact: Peter Roper
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/bicycleprogram/
SIN IS IN....
..at the Eighth Annual CU Fringe Festival! April 27-29, The
University Theater Building. Indulge in a free, weekend-long festival
of performing arts featuring original, student produced theatre,
dance, live music, visual art, film, fashion and so much more! The
opening night gala begins Friday, April 27 at 5 pm with performances,
and continues Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29, 11 am-12 am.
Presented by OnStage. See our website for a full schedule of events!
Contact: Abbey Franke
Additional information: http://www.cuonstage.org
CUSTOMER SERVICE SEMINAR
Presenter: Omaira Bankston
Would you like to sharpen your customer service skills? This two hour
seminar will give you practical skills in providing good customer
service every time. Learn to handle irate customers while maintaining
a positive attitude and more.
Thursday, May 3, 9-11 am, room 346, ARC Marine Street
Contact: To sign up, please call 2-8103
EVER THOUGHT OF PARTICIPATING IN A RESEARCH STUDY ON SLEEP?
Looking for healthy women and men, ages 18-35 who don't regularly
exercise, to participate in a four day sleep study at CU-Boulder and
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Compensation for your
time will be provided. Call (303) 735-1923 or email
Contact: Sleep Lab Staff
BRING YOUR CHILD/BABY/TODDLER TO SCHOOL DAY!
SORCE will be hosting an event to celebrate and honor student parents
on the National Bring Your Child to Work Day. Bring your child to the
Senior Dedication Lounge (UMC 227) to enjoy fun craft activities,
face painting, games, massages, and food on April 26, 11 am-1 pm.
Please contact Xochitl.Garcia@colorado.edu for more information. The
event is co-sponsored by Wellness and the Women's Resource Center.
Contact: Teresa Hernandez
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/SORCE
CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY ROUNDTABLE FRIDAY, APRIL 27
Friday, April 27, 10 am-12 pm, UMC 245, CU-Boulder
This roundtable will serve to update departmental and operational
staff and interested public about current progress and strategic
directions in campus environmental issues. For a full agenda, visit
Contact: CU Environmental Center, 303-492-8308, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu/events/index.html
WHAT COULD YOUR KIDS DO THIS SUMMER? EXPLORE CU SUMMER PROGRAMS
From aerial dance to camping with wolves, explore the wide variety of
summer camps and programs available through CU-Boulder. The 2007
Summer Programs site is up and ready for you to investigate on-campus
options for your children this summer. If you run a summer program
and it is not listed, please contact email@example.com to have your
Contact: Erin Frazier
CARTOONS, CULTURE AND CREED: THE DANISH CARTOON CONTROVERSY IN PERSPECTIVE
Presented by the Center to Advance Research & Teaching in the Social
Sciences (CARTSS). Is Islamaphobia a growing problem in Europe and
the United States? These questions and others were raised by a Danish
newspaper's publication in 2005 of cartoons depicting the Islamic
Prophet Muhammad. Discussion panelists: Vanessa Baird, CU-Boulder;
Ulrik Kjaer, University Southern Denmark; and Tariq Modood,
University of Bristol. Monday, April 23, 5:15-6:30 pm, ATLAS
Contact: Margie Bopp
Additional information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/
77TH ANNUAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION AWARDS CEREMONY
The Alumni Association of CU-Boulder cordially invites you to attend
the 77th Annual Alumni Association Awards Ceremony, Wednesday, May 9,
7 pm, Old Main Chapel. Dessert reception following the ceremony in
the CU Heritage Center. Please R.S.V.P. by May 4 to Ally Frusciano at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-735-2893. Visit
http://www.cualum.org/awards for a list of winners.
Contact: Ally Frusciano
Additional information: http://www.cualum.org/awards
AWAY FROM HER: A SPECIAL SCREENING
Away from Her is the lyrical screenplay adaptation of celebrated
author Alice Munro's short story "The Bear Came Over the Mountain."
The Office of International Education is promoting this international
film with the Canadian Embassy and there are limited tickets for the
April 25 on-campus screening in Muenzinger Auditorium, 7:30 pm. If
you are interested in attending, please contact the Office of
International Education (Environmental Design, 1B45) at 303-492-7741.
Contact: Larry Bell, director, OIE
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/OIE
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