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Date: Mon Nov 05 2007 - 01:16:01 MST
Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2007 01:16:01 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 11/02/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 11/02/2007
02 November 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- School Matinees of A Child's Christmas in Wales
--- The CU Boulder Friends of the Libraries Present "CU Solves the
Mystery of the Anasazi"
--- Norlin's Fall Event Series, HPV Vaccination: What's It All About?
--- Boston Brass at Macky, November 8
--- Leopards Visit Campus Next Wednesday
--- Fall Semester is Almost Over, Isn't it Time You Posted Your Events
on the CU Events Calendar?
--- "Create a Better Colorado" With the Colorado Combined Campaign!
--- 10th Annual Accessing Higher Ground Conference
--- LEAP Presents Maria Zuber, MIT
--- Do You Know Anyone Who Would Enjoy Helping Students Locate Books in
the Norlin Stacks?
--- College of Music Events, November 5-7
--- People of Color Film Series
--- Jesus Under Fire: 12 Reasons Why We Can Trust the Gospels
--- Join the WRC in Honoring Women Who Make a Difference!
SCHOOL MATINEES OF A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN WHALES
Colorado Shakespeare Festival is offering a limited number of school
matinees of their holiday production, "A Child's Christmas in Wales"
between December 7-20. With weekday show times of 10 am and 12 pm, this
is a great field trip opportunity for local schools. CSF Education
provides a educational study guides and an actor talk back for school
groups that attend. For details, pricing and to book student tickets,
Contact: Amanda Holden
THE CU-BOULDER FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARIES PRESENTS "CU SOLVES THE MYSTERY
OF THE ANASAZI"
At 10 am, Saturday, November 10, in CU Museum's Paleo Hall, Steve
Lekson will review CU's long history of archaeological research in the
Four Corners, Mesa Verde, Chaco Canyon, and the contributions made by
CU professors and students in understanding the "prehistory" of that
fascinating region. Free and open to the public, with a catered lunch
served after the lecture.
Contact: Mary Jane Campbell, 303-492-7511
NORLIN'S FALL EVENT SERIES, HPV VACCINATION: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
Tuesday, November 13, 7-9 pm, Norlin Library's fifth Floor. Should all
young women to be vaccinated for HPV? What are the reasons behind it?
Does everyone agree or are there other concerns? How are men affected
by HPV and what can they do to protect their partners? Come and discuss
the issue with our panel of student, faculty and community experts.
Brought to you by University Libraries and Boulder Junior Chamber
Additional information: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/news/index.htm
BOSTON BRASS AT MACKY NOVEMBER 8
The Artist Series brings the Boston Brass to Macky Auditorium Thursday,
November 8 at 7:30 pm. From exciting classical arrangements to
breathtaking harmony, Boston Brass achieves new levels in brass
performance while treating audiences to a unique musical experience.
The ensemble's lively repartee bridges classical formality to delight
audiences with boisterous fun, insightful knowledge and an enthusiastic
love of music. Discounts are available for CU students, faculty and
Contact: CU Concerts Box Office, 303-492-8008
Additional information: http://www.cuconcerts.org/bostonbrass.html
LEOPARDS VISIT CAMPUS NEXT WEDNESDAY
Mac OS X Leopard and Leopard Server are here. Come learn more about
these new operating systems with Apple's higher education
representatives on November 7, 12-2 pm in UMC room 235. Hear how Mac OS
X Leopard can help better organize, browse and preview files, go back
in time to restore old files and more. You'll also learn how Leopard
Server can bring the power of a server to your organization.
Contact: Tim Cowan, IT Training
FALL SEMESTER IS ALMOST OVER, ISN'T IT TIME YOU POSTED YOUR EVENTS IN
THE CU EVENTS CALENDAR?
Got an event happening this fall? Want to reach the CU community for
free? Is your event being held on CU-Boulder campus and open to the
public? If you answered yes to these questions, just head over to the
Events Calendar Submission page at
http://www.colorado.edu/eventscalendar/submitevent/ and fill out the
form. It's that simple to get the word out about your event! If you
have questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Post your
Contact: Judy Strathearn
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/eventscalendar
"CREATE A BETTER COLORADO" WITH THE COLORADO COMBINED CAMPAIGN!
The Colorado Combined Campaign is your opportunity to aid 700 plus
nonprofit agencies through payroll deduction. You can give a little
every month, and help your favorite agency a lot! Completed pledge
forms in campus mail by November 15 are entered into a statewide prize
drawing. If you have already returned your form, thank you! Your
support helps "Create a Better Colorado." Even small monthly donations
make a big difference, so return your card today!
Contact: Gail Siegel, 303-492-7084
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ccc/faq.html
10TH ANNUAL ACCESSING HIGHER GROUND CONFERENCE
10th Annual Accessing Higher Ground, November 6-9, Millennium Hotel,
Boulder. Accessing Higher Ground focuses on the implementation and
benefits of Assistive Technology in the university and college setting
for sensory, physical and learning disabilities. Dozens of workshops,
lectures, hands on experience. Free to CU-Boulder faculty and staff,
meals are extra. Please visit the link below.
Contact: Howard Kramer
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ATconference/campus
LEAP PRESENTS MARIA ZUBER, MIT
LEAP is proud to present Maria Zuber from MIT to Boulder. Ms. Zuber
will give two talks during her visit to CU Boulder. "Beyond Bias and
Barriers" will be presented on Tuesday, November 6 at 3:30 pm in the
JILA Auditorium. A reception will immediately follow in the Duane/Gamow
Tower at 5 pm. "The Polar Ice Caps of Mars" will be presented
Wednesday, November 7, at 10 am in the JILA Auditorium.
Contact: Carole Capsalis, 303-735-5993
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/facultyaffairs/leap
DO YOU KNOW ANYONE WHO WOULD ENJOY HELPING STUDENTS LOCATE BOOKS IN
A long standing Libraries tradition has been the availability of
volunteer "Book Finders" in the Norlin third floor book stacks. We
would like to expand our pool of volunteers for this important service.
If you know anyone who would enjoy helping students locate books in the
Norlin stacks for two or more hours weekly, please invite them to
contact the volunteer coordinator below. Thanks for your support of the
Contact: email@example.com, 303-492-7094
COLLEGE OF MUSIC EVENTS, NOVEMBER 5-7
Monday, November 5, 2 pm, C-199, Musicology Colloquium, Samuel Floyd,
Jr, Columbia College, Chicago, a discussion on the Center for Black
Music Research. Monday, November 5, 7:30 pm, Grusin Music Hall, AMRC
Lecture Serie, Samuel Floyd, Jr, "Writing and Reading Black Music
History: American Music and Narrative Metaphors." Tuesday, November 6,
7 30 pm, Grusin Music Hall, Faculty Recital, Colorado Brass Quintet
Wednesday. November 7, 10:30 am, Grusin Music Hall, Clinic with the
Boston Brass. Wednesday, November 7, 7 pm, Broomfield Auditorium CU in
Broomfield, Blue Note Jazz. Wednesday, November 7, 7:30 pm, Grusin
Music Hall, Pendulum, New Music at CU. All events free and open to the
public unless noted with ($).
Contact: CU Concerts Box Office, 303-492-8008
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/music
PEOPLE OF COLOR FILM SERIES
Center for Multicultural Affairs invites you to People of Color Film
Series. Wednesdays, 12-2 pm, Willard room 115A. November 7, In the
Light of Reverence. November 14, Wiping The Tears of Seven Generations.
The facilitator will be Leslee Caballero.
Contact: Derek Wilson, 303-492-2178
JESUS UNDER FIRE: 12 REASONS WHY WE CAN TRUST THE GOSPELS
The Aquinas Institute for Catholic Thought is hosting a lecture by
Craig Blomberg, an Evangelical Biblical Scholar from Denver Seminary,
November 5 at 7 pm in Math 100. All are welcome as there will be time
for a question and answer session following.
Contact: Matt Boettger, Matthew.Boettger@thomascenter.org or
720-564-1111 ext. 265
JOIN THW WRC IN HONORING WOMEN WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
The Women's Resource Center invites you to join us for our annual
event, Women Who Make a Difference, an evening featuring food, music
and inspirational women! Stop by to celebrate women who have positively
impacted others' communities and everyday lives. Wednesday, November 7,
5:30-7:30 pm in UMC 235.
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/womensresourcecenter
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