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Date: Wed Mar 12 2008 - 01:16:01 MDT
Date: Wed, 12 Mar 2008 01:16:01 -0600 (MDT) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 03/11/2008
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 03/11/2008
11 March 2008, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- US Army War College Officers Visit CU
--- The Displaced: Disappeared Peoples of Colombia, on
View Now at the UMC Art Gallery
--- Attention Building Proctors: Call for Weather Stripping
--- Paul Tabolt's Retirement Party, March. 17
--- The Spring Bike Jam is this Wednesday, March 12!
--- Bear Creek Rec Center Now Available!!
--- Textbook Overstock Ready to be Returned to the Publishers
--- You Could Win an IPod Shuffle!
--- Performance Friday!
--- Study Abroad Deadline Extensions: Summer, Fall, and
Academic Year Study Abroad Programs Still Available!
US ARMY WAR COLLEGE OFFICERS VISIT CU
Six high ranking officers from the US Army War College will be on campus
as part of the Eisenhower Series College Program. During this one day
visit, they participate in classes that focus on an array of national
security and public policy issues including international drug
trafficking, terrorism, WMD, nuclear non-proliferation, strategic
communications, media interactions, and defense. Please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open to all. March 13
5:30pm, HUMANITIES 150
Contact: Crystal Atkinson@colorado.edu
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/journalism
THE DISPLACED: DISAPPEARED PEOPLES OF COLOMBIA, ON VIEW NOW AT THE UMC
"The Displaced: Disappeared Peoples of Colombia" is on view at the UMC
Art Gallery through March 21, M-F 10:30am-5:30pm. "Photographs of
Survival" portray images of people who have been displaced due to
political turmoil and military corruption. The exhibition is curated by
CU Professor Dr. George Rivera and Adriana Restrepo. Free and open to
the public, 2nd floor UMC.
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/umc/artgallery
ATTENTION BUILDING PROCTORS: Call for Weather Stripping
The Energy Conservation Office is seeking help to identify campus
buildings in need of repaired/additional weather stripping. If your
campus building has leaky exterior doors or windows, please let us know
your needs by sending an email to: email@example.com
Contact: Moe Tabrizi
PAUL TABOLT'S RETIREMENT PARTY - MARCH 17, 2008
Please join Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson and Senior Vice Chancellor
Ric Porreca at a retirement reception celebrating Paul Tabolt, Vice
Chancellor for Administration and his seventeen years of service to the
University of Colorado. The celebration will be held on Monday, March 17
from 2:30-5pm at the University Memorial Center, Room 235. Speakers will
begin at 3:30pm. Please confirm your attendance to firstname.lastname@example.org by
Contact: Michele Callagy
THE SPRING BIKE JAM IS THIS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12!
Unlock that sad looking bike from its stationary state this Wednesday.
At each of the Spring Bike Jam's seven campus locations, you'll find a
mechanic ready with the necessary tools and skills to fix your bike and
a musical guest for your entertainment. Be on the lookout at Kittredge,
Engineering, Physics, Norlin, UMC, the Rec Center, Williams Village and
the Bike Station. See you Wednesday!
Contact: Tracy Calvin
BEAR CREEK REC CENTER NOW AVAILABLE!
Come try out the Bear Creek Recreation Center. All members are now
permitted to use the facility. Bear Creek has many amenities, including
free weights, cybex equipment, treadmills, and eliptical trainers. You
can take Yoga and Aerobic classes there, and the classes are half price
starting on March 10! There are four tennis courts and two tanning
booths to get you ready for summer! Please call 303-735-6640 or
303-492-6880 for more information.
Contact: Recreation Center Cashier
TEXTBOOK OVERSTOCK READY TO BE RETURNED TO THE PUBLISHERS
To help us prepare for the summer and fall semesters, the CU Book Store
is starting to return spring overstock to the publishers. If you are
planning to use the same textbook next semester, please send a book
adoption to the textbook office ASAP. In addition, if you think your
students may be waiting to make textbook purchases, please advise them
to do so as soon as possible.
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
YOU COULD WIN AN IPOD SHUFFLE!
Silver & Gold Record, CU's faculty/staff newspaper, is conducting a
readership survey. Participants may enter a drawing to win an iPod
Shuffle or another prize. To participate in the survey, which only takes
about 15 minutes, visit
http://www.surveymonkey.com/silverandgold or the S&GR Web site at
http://www.cu.edu/sgrecord. For a paper copy of the survey, call
Contact: Jeff Dodge
The Center for Humanities and the Arts invites you to this month's
Performance Friday! featuring short films by Phil Solomon of the Film
Studies Department. This event will be held on March 14, from 12-1pm, in
British Studies (Norlin Library's 5th floor). Doors open at 11:30am for
a free, light lunch.
Contact: Paula Anderson at 2-1423 or email@example.com
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ArtsSciences/CHA/events/
STUDY ABROAD DEADLINE EXTENSIONS: SUMMER, FALL, AND ACADEMIC YEAR STUDY
ABROAD PROGRAMS STILL AVAILABLE!
Study Abroad Programs has extended its deadline until Friday, March 14
for the following programs:
- Regensburg (academic year)
- 19th and 20th Century French Art in Paris (summer)
- Mongolia Digital Photography (summer)
- Iceland Contemporary Nordic Culture & Society (summer)
- Uppsala (academic year)
- UEA, Norwich, England (fall or academic year)
Please visit our office, located in the basement of ENVD, to speak with
anadvisor and begin an application today!
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/
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