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Date: Mon Jan 25 2010 - 03:32:11 MST
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 03:32:11 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 01/25/2010
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 01/25/2010
25 January 2010, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- CIRES Outstanding Performance Awards
--- Beginning Piano Classes for Children Age 7, 8 and 9
--- Now Accepting the Chancellor's Committee on Women Annual Awards
--- The HPs Are Here!
--- Fitness Class at the Student Rec Center
--- Community Service Student Group Seeks Advisor(s)!
--- New Classes at the Student Rec Center
--- Rumor Has It: Hip Hop and Gender Violence
--- Stress Less, Relax More with Massage or Acupuncture!
--- Real Colors
--- The Next Great Generation of American Indian Law Judges
CIRES OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AWARDS
The University of Colorado's Cooperative Institute for Research in
Environmental Sciences (CIRES) is now accepting nominations for their annual
Outstanding Performance Awards:
Nominations may be submitted and revised until midnight, Feb. 8, 2010.
Awards will be delivered at the 2010 CIRES Rendezvous in April.
BEGINNING PIANO CLASSES FOR CHILDREN AGE 7, 8 AND 9
The College of Music is offering a piano class for children in second, third
and fourth grades who have no prior music lessons. The class includes piano
and theory instruction, music ensemble experiences and reading skills. Lots
of fun! It meets in the Imig Music Building piano laboratory every Friday,
4:10-5 p.m., Jan. 29-April 30. Tuition: $300. Places limited to eight
students. To register email Megan Koegel at Megan.Koegel@colorado.edu
Contact: Megan Koegel
NOW ACCEPTING THE CHANCELLOR'S COMMITTEE ON WOMEN ANNUAL AWARDS
Know someone at CU who is an advocate for other women? Know a department
that continually works to improve the climate for women at CU? Nominations
of students, faculty, staff, departments, or units are currently being
accepted for the annual CCW awards. Award recipients will be honored on
International Women's Day, March 8, 2010. For award criteria and nomination
instructions, please visit http://www.colorado.edu/cu-diversity/ccw . All
nominations are due Wednesday, Feb. 3 by 5 pm.
Contact: Alyssa Willet
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/cu-diversity/ccw
THE HPs ARE HERE!
The Buffalo Chip Computer Store in the CU Book Store is pleased to announce
our newest business relationship with Hewlett-Packard education. As an HP
authorized campus computer reseller, we are able to offer business-class HP
notebook solutions specifically selected to meet to unique needs and
standards of the University's education community. We invite you to visit
the store to experience our line-up of these truly superb HP business
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
FITNESS CLASS AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
It's still not too late to register for classes in Aerobics, Martial Arts,
Master's Swim, Indoor Cycling, Pilates and Yoga. In addition, classes are
just beginning in Dance, Women's Self Defense, First Aid and CPR, Massage
Techniques, and Adult Swimming lessons. Class registration is available "in
person" at the Rec Center cashier...however, you must be a full-time CU
student or Rec Center member to participate.
Contact: Instruction Program Office, 303-492-5258
COMMUNITY SERVICE STUDENT GROUP SEEKS ADVISOR(S)!
Alpha Phi Omega is a co-ed, dry, service fraternity. We are student-run, so
we are self-sufficient and would just like someone to help us out - ideally
attending some of our meetings (Monday 7 p.m.) - to offer assistance and
guidance. Being an advisor is a low commitment. We are a fun, all-inclusive
student group with a strong commitment to civic engagement; in the '08 - '09
school year we contributed over 3,000 hours of community service.
Contact: April Pedersen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/apo
NEW CLASSES AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
New classes are just beginning in Dance (Hip Hop, Latin and Cuban Salsa,
Afro-Fusion, Belly Dance, and Swing), Women's Self Defense, Massage
Techniques, and Adult Swimming Lessons. Classes begin the week of Jan. 25
.so don't wait, get registered now! Registration is accepted at the
Student Rec Center cashier, and is available to full-time CU students and
Contact: Instruction Program Office, 303-492-1091
RUMOR HAS IT: HIP HOP AND GENDER VIOLENCE
"Rumor Has It " is a program the Women's Resource Center put together to
provide a connection between students, staff, and faculty and campus
resources, as well as to build community while having difficult
conversations about issues affecting women on and off campus. "Rumor Has It"
meets on Tuesdays from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the WRC (UMC 416). Join us Feb. 2
for "Hip Hop and Gender Violence: What's the Connection?" with Jessica
Ladd-Webert and Davian Gagne.
Contact: Hannah Wilks, Hannah.Wilks@colorado.edu
STRESS LESS, RELAX MORE WITH MASSAGE OR ACUPUNCTURE!
Treat yourself to massage or acupuncture at Wardenburg Health Center's
Sports Medicine department on campus! Massage is great for stress reduction
and relaxation and available for $45 per session. Acupuncture can be helpful
for relaxation, back or neck pain, anxiety, and a variety of other health
concerns for only $40 per session. Schedule your appointment today!
Contact: Wardenburg Health Center, 303-492-6280
Facilitator: Mark Augustin.
For centuries, people have searched for ways to peek into the human mind.
Hippocrates wrote that all human beings could be divided into four distinct
personality types. RealColors is an instrument based on the more modern
temperament theories developed by David Keirsey. It is designed to help
people recognize and understand human behaviors to improve empathy and
communication in the workplace. Fridays, Feb. 12 or Jun. 11, 9-11 a.m., 346
ARC, Marine St.
Contact: Please call 2-8103 or email Yee.Chan@colorado.edu to register.
THE NEXT GREAT GENERATION OF AMERICAN INDIAN LAW JUDGES
This conference will convene federal, state and tribal judges,
practitioners, and academics to engage in a lively and open discussion about
the future of federal Indian law in the judiciary. CLE credits will be
applied for. Academics, practitioners, students, and interested members of
the public are welcome. Feb. 29-30, 2010 Wolf Law Building. $0 for students
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/law/events/ailj/
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