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Date: Wed Jun 04 2008 - 01:29:16 MDT
Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2008 01:29:16 -0600 (MDT) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 06/04/2008
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 06/04/2008
04 June 2008, Wednesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Hurry Hurry. Don't Be Too Late! Submit Presentation for Colorado
Learning and Teaching with Technology Conference
--- Training Available: Fiscal Certification and Fiscal Responsibilities
Assessment and Acknowledgement
--- Visiting Filmmaker Elliot Caplan Screening Cage/Cunningham
--- Northern Colorado Tornado Relief Collections
--- Reminder - Blood Drive- June 10 on East Campus
--- Yellowstone Wolf Trek Still Has Space!
--- Summer Classes at the Student Rec Center
--- Tennis & Swim Classes
--- Supervisors Roundtable - Supervisors and the Americans with
HURRY HURRY. DON'T BE TOO LATE! SUBMIT PRESENTATION FOR COLORADO
LEARNING AND TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE
COLTT 2008's June 1 deadline for presentations proposals, well, passed.
But, we'll give you another day or so to complete the quick and easy
submission process. Tell us about your research on educational
technologies; share your great ideas for a learning circle; show-off
your technical expertise at a hands-on workshop at CU-Boulder August 12
and 13. Submission instructions can be found at
https://www.cusys.edu/coltt/call.html. We're looking forward to seeing
Contact: Deborah Keyek-Franssen
Additional information: http://www.cu.edu/coltt
TRAINING AVAILABLE: FISCAL CERTIFICATION AND FISCAL RESPONSIBILITIES
ASSESSMENT AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
The Office of University Controller will present training covering the
Fiscal Certification and Fiscal Responsibilities Assessment &
Acknowledgment process. The training highlights new features available
to Officers and their assistants and reviews how the process works.
The training session for the Boulder Campus will take place on
Wednesday, June 11 from 9:30-11:30am in Humanities Room 250.
For more information, see the current OUC Connections newsletter
available on the OUC home page (https://www.cu.edu/controller).
Contact: Travis Chillemi
VISITING FILMMAKER ELLIOT CAPLAN SCREENING CAGE/CUNNINGHAM
A film portrait looking at the collaboration of choreographer Merce
Cunningham and composer John Cage which began 50 years ago. In telling
the story of Cunningham and Cage, filmmaker Elliot Caplan utilizes
candid footage of their activities since 1983 from around the world,
rare footage from the Cunningham and Cage archives, and interviews with
principal figures involved in the collaboration. June 12, 7pm, ATLAS 102
Direction: Elliot Caplan. Choreography: Merce Cunningham. Music: John
Contact: Don Yannacito
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/FilmStudies
NORTHERN COLORADO TORNADO RELIEF COLLECTIONS
The CU Book Store in partnership with the CU Police Department will be
collecting items for the Windsor/Northern Colorado tornado victims
through June 9. Items needed include clothing, diapers, non perishable
food, blankets, toys, and other household items all in good condition.
New socks and underwear are also needed. Please bring you donation to
the CU Book Store and it will be delivered to Windsor.
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
REMINDER - BLOOD DRIVE - JUNE 10 ON EAST CAMPUS
Give blood! Save lives! The Boulder Campus Summer Blood drive is June
10, 8-9:40am and 11am-1:30pm on East Campus-ARC building Rooms 346 &
352. Drive sponsors are Boulder Campus Staff Council, Bonfils and UCSU.
For an appointment, please call 303-363-2300 or sign up at
www.bonfils.com site code 5054, or walk in. Free Bonfils T-shirt for
all eligible donors! There will also be a blood drive June 25 & 26 at
the Trumbo Fountain.
Contact: Staff Council
YELLOWSTONE WOLF TREK STILL HAS SPACE!
$200 off Science Discovery Yellowstone Wolf Trek June 16-25 for
children/grandchildren of CU faculty/staff entering grades 8-10. Learn
about wildlife and geology of Yellowstone with fun and experienced
instructors. View and learn about wolves and their reintroduction as
well as the geology of the greater Yellowstone ecosystem. This fabulous
camping trip includes a lake kayak in the Tetons, half day mild raft and
horseback ride. Call today! 303-735-0239 or 5-6628
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/sciencediscovery
SUMMER CLASSES AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
It's not too late to register for Aerobics, Cycling, Martial Arts,
Tennis, Yoga, Pilates, First Aid/CPR, Swimming, and more! These are only
a few of the classes just starting at the Student Recreation Center!
Just think, no crowds and a relaxed atmosphere all summer long! Classes
are just now starting; with member registration available at the CU
Student Recreation Center only.
Contact: Instruction Program Office (303)492-5258
TENNIS AND SWIM CLASSES
Looking for something to do this summer? Adult Swimming Lessons & Tennis
Lessons begin Monday, June 9 at the Student Recreation Center. From the
beginner to advanced levels, we've got the class to fit your needs.
However, classes are limited in size, and are available to adult members
only. So don't miss out. Register now at the CU Student Recreation Center!
Contact: Instruction Program Office (303)492-5258
SUPERVISORS ROUNDTABLE - SUPERVISORS AND THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT
Speaker: Michael Roseberry, ADA Coordinator Come for an overview of and
Q&A about the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA prohibits
discrimination on the basis of disability in employment, and also
requires the university to provide reasonable accommodations to
employees with disabilities to enable them to effectively
perform the essential functions of their position. Come join the
discussion and get your questions answered!
Thursday, June 12, 1:30pm-3pm UMC #415-417
Contact: Please feel free to call Katherine Skallerud at 5-5831 with any
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