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Date: Wed Feb 11 2009 - 03:30:37 MST
Date: Wed, 11 Feb 2009 03:30:37 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 02/11/2009
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 02/11/2009
11 February 2009, Wednesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Relax before Your Commute Home - Enjoy a Delicious Made-to-Order
Dinner at Your UMC!
--- The New Color of Green: A Collective Voice towards Change
--- Rocky Mountain Sustainability Summit 2009, Feb. 11-13
--- Green Products Expo Friday, Feb. 13, 10-4
--- Theatre & Dance Presents "Butterfly Kiss"
--- Film Studies Department Faculty Candidate Presentation
--- "Stress and Reproductive Suppression: Pathology or Adaptation?"
--- Fiske Planetarium News!
RELAX BEFORE YOUR COMMUTE HOME - ENJOY A DELICIOUS MADE-TO-ORDER DINNER AT
Stay on campus for dinner! Meet friends at the UMC, stay and visit together
as long as you like, check out a laptop for free, relax - AND do it all
while enjoying a fresh made-to-order dinner from the UMC Tabor, or delicious
hot entrees and snacks from the Grill! The UMC Tabor - now open until
6:30pm; Alferd Packer Grill - now open until 9pm - Mondays through
Thursdays, 1st floor UMC. Details on website!
Contact: UMC Alferd Packer Grill: 303-492-6578
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/food
THE NEW COLOR OF GREEN: A COLLECTIVE VOICE TOWARDS CHANGE, FEB. 12, 6 P.M.
Jerome Ringo, President of the Apollo Alliance and a leader in
environmental justice, will speak about making our country energy
independent, the importance of diversity in the environmental movement
and investing in a green economy. Mr. Ringo will show how American
industry can be at the forefront of transforming our economy to
transform the world. Thursday, Feb. 12, 6 p.m., UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom.
Contact: Marianne Martin
ROCKY MOUNTAIN SUSTAINABILITY SUMMIT 2009 FEB. 11-13
RMSS will bring together schools and students from across the region
to focus on creating a sustainable society and addressing the climate
crisis. The summit will focus on institutional sustainability,
environmental justice, green products and carbon mitigation. Keynote
speakers include Jerome Ringo and Richard Preston.
Contact: Marianne Martin
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu/rmss2009
GREEN PRODUCTS EXPO FRIDAY, FEB. 13, 10-4
The Expo, held in conjunction with the 2009 Rocky Mountain Sustainability
Summit, will spotlight environmentally and socially responsible products and
services for sustainable living. It's free and open to everyone. Come
check it out and see what you can do to become more sustainable at school,
in your work and in your life.
Contact: Marianne Martin
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu/rmss2009/expo
THEATRE & DANCE PRESENTS "BUTTERFLY KISS"
BUTTERFLY KISS. Don't miss Phyllis Nagy's chilling BUTTERFLY KISS, told
from a prison cell where Lily flashbacks to a childhood filled with abuse.
She ultimately finds escape from her mother through matricide.
Contact: Pam Stone
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/theatredance
FILM STUDIES DEPARTMENT FACULTY CANDIDATE PRESENTATION
Friday, Feb. 13, 10-11:15 a.m. Presentation and Q&A session will be held in
ATLAS 102, hosted by the Film Studies department. Jim Finn is an acclaimed
filmmaker who uses humor and historical fiction to examine ideology,
capitalism and revolutionary art practices. His work has screened at
Rotterdam, Sundance, and Harvard Film Archive to name a few. His second
feature was featured in the Village Voice Top 10 Experimental Films. Free
presentation, open to everyone.
Contact: Don Yannacito
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/FilmStudies/
"STRESS AND REPRODUCTIVE SUPPRESSION: PATHOLOGY OR ADAPTATION?"
Dr. Pablo Nepomnaschy, of the Faculty of Health Sciences at Simon Fraser
University, will present data from a population-based, longitudinal study he
conducted among Kaqchikel Maya in the southwestern highlands of Guatemala,
discussing evolutionary and pathologic aspects of the effects of stress on
reproductive function and the significance and clinical implications of both
paradigms. Friday, Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. in Hale 230.
FISKE PLANETARIUM NEWS?
Feb. 19, 20. Come enjoy "Leviathans of Deep Space" with Dr. Erica Ellingson
Thursday and Friday night at 7:30 p.m. (Thursday night shows are FREE for
students with ID). Sommers-Bausch Observatory will host free public viewing
at 8 p.m., weather permitting. Friday night laser shows are Laser Depeche
Mode, 9:30 p.m. and Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome to the Machine, 10:45 p.m.
Enjoy Saturday family matinees, "Space Primer", 2 p.m. and "Great Space
Chase", 3:15 p.m.
Contact: Sara Jelley 303-492-5001
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
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