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Date: Wed Oct 29 2008 - 01:30:10 MDT
Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2008 01:30:10 -0600 (MDT) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 10/28/2008
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 10/28/2008
28 October 2008, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Help Us Honor Women Who Made A Difference
--- Assistant to the Chancellor Position
--- Faculty Senate Meeting, Oct 30, 2pm
--- CARTSS Funding Opportunities Deadline Nov 3
--- Center to Advance Research and Teaching in the
Social Sciences: Albert E. Smith Grants
--- Support Multiculturalism with CACMA - You Can Make a Difference
--- CU Alert System Test, Thursday, Oct 30
--- Free Family Day at the Museum of Natural History
--- First Person Cinema Presents a Film Symposium Nov 1
--- CU Reusable Bags Here-
--- Celebrate Gail Siegel's Service to CU-Boulder
--- Flu Shots are Here!
HELP US HONOR WOMEN WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE
Know a woman who's made a difference in your life or the life of others?
The Women's Resource Center invites you to nominate her for Women Who
Make a Difference, a celebratory dinner honoring influential women in
the community and on campus on Dec 3. Applications available on the
website below or can be picked up in UMC 416. Submissions are due
Monday, Nov 17 to UMC 416 or to Julie.Combest@colorado.edu
ASSISTANT TO THE CHANCELLOR POSITION
The University of Colorado at Boulder seeks applicants for an Assistant
to the Chancellor exempt professional position. Please apply
electronically at www.jobsatcu.com and reference job posting #805582.
Applicants submitted by Oct 31 will receive full consideration.
Contact: Linda Browning
Additional information: https://www.jobsatcu.com
FACULTY SENATE MEETING, OCT 3O, 2PM
You are invited to the next Faculty Senate meeting on Thursday, Oct 30,
in the First Floor Conference Room, 1800 Grant, Denver. The Senate
meeting begins at 2pm with a report from President Bruce Benson,
followed by reports from Privilege and Tenure Committee Chair, Weldon
Lodwick and Faculty Council Chair, John McDowell. The Senate meeting
will be preceded by a Faculty Council meeting beginning at 12pm.
Contact: Thomas Spahr
Additional information: http://www.cu.edu/FacultyCouncil
CARTSS FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES DEADLINE NOV 3
CARTSS supports social science faculty research and teaching initiatives
on the CU campus with grants up to $4000.
- CARTSS Scholars Fund: supports research activities of social science
- CARTSS Seed Fund: start-up funds for planning interdisciplinary
research activities involving faculty from one+ social science departments.
- CARTSS Teaching Fund: support for social science teaching initiatives.
Electronic submissions of 3pg proposals due Nov 3.
Application information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/scholarseedfunds.html
Contact: Becky Gallegos, x5-3721, Becky.Gallegos@colorado.edu
Additional information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/scholarseedfunds.html
CENTER TO ADVANCE RESEARCH AND TEACHING IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES: ALBERT
E. SMITH GRANTS
The Albert E. Smith Fund supports social science research on issues
associated with a new nuclear age. CARTSS' Albert E. Smith grants include:
- CARTSS Albert E. Smith Emerging Scholars: $2000 grants for graduate
- CARTSS Albert E. Smith Scholars: $5000 grants for faculty research
- Proposals for working groups, conferences and other initiatives
welcome Electronic submissions of 3pg proposals due Nov 3.
Full application information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/smithfunds.html
Contact: Becky Gallegos, x5-3721, Becky.Gallegos@colorado.edu
Additional information: http://cartss.colorado.edu/smithfunds.html
SUPPORT MULTICULTURALISM WITH CACMA - YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE
The Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs (CACMA) is
seeking new members. Our mission is to support campus-wide initiatives
that enhance diversity and build inclusive excellence. CACMA needs
dedicated faculty and staff from all divisions, particularly Academic
Affairs, faculty and administration. The Chancellor approves all CACMA
appointees. CU-Boulder belongs to everyone - you can help to build a
stronger, more inclusive campus climate by serving on CACMA. Please
contact AVC Alphonse Keasley for information.
Contact: Alphonse Keasley, 492-5479, Keasley@Colorado.EDU
CU ALERT SYSTEM TEST, THURSDAY, OCT 30
On Thursday, Oct 30, CU will test the CU Alert emergency messaging
system. Students, faculty and staff who have signed to receive
emergency text messages on their cell phones will receive a test message
shortly after 12pm on Oct. 30. If you have signed for alerts and don't
receive a test message at that time, contact the IT Services
help desk at 5-HELP. If you have not yet signed up, visit
Contact: ITS Help Desk, 5-HELP, help@colorado.EDU
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/alerts/
FREE FAMILY DAY AT THE MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY
Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos Family Day on Sunday, Nov 2,
1-4pm. Have fun exploring the art and cultural traditions of Day of the
Dead through hands-on activities, storytelling and food. Free and fun
for all ages! 303-492-6892 for details.
Contact: Cathy Regan
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
FIRST PERSON CINEMA PRESENTS A FILM SYMPOSIUM NOV 1
Join First Person Cinema for a special Saturday Event. In and Out of
Time: A Video Art Symposium, seeks to investigate the cultural,
aesthetic, and social aspects of video art as an evolving and
significant form of artistic production. Many artists, curators, and
scholars will be an attendance at this unique event so don't miss out!
The occasion runs on November 1 from 9:30am-4:30pm in Atlas and is free!
Contact: don Yannacito or Donald.Yannacito@Colorado.EDU
CU REUSABLE BAGS HERE
The CU Book Store now has environmental friendly re-usable bags. Get
yours today for $1.50 each and show your environmental friendly CU pride
while you shop and more!
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
CELEBRATE GAIL SIEGEL'S SERVICE TO CU-BOULDER
Please join us for a retirement reception honoring Gail Siegel, Director
of Community Relations. Help us celebrate Gail's 22 years of dedicated
and distinguished service to the University of Colorado at Boulder and
its community. UMC Art Gallery, 2nd Floor, University Memorial Center.
Thursday, Oct. 30, 4-6 pm, remarks at 5:15pm.
Contact: Erin Frazier, x2-8384
FUL SHOTS ARE HERE!
Flu shots will be provided for students, faculty and staff on October
30th and 31st at the Flu and Meningitis Clinic in UMC 235 from 10AM -
5PM. Flu shots are $25 (free for students who have the Student Gold
health plan). The flu shot is an effective way to protect against the
flu. Keep yourself healthy; get a flu shot!
Contact: Wardenburg Health Center, 303.492.5101
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/healthcenter/fluclinic.html
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