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SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 04/10/2012
10 April 2012, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Linda Besen Retirement Reception
--- First Person Cinema - Shannon Plumb, Monday 4/16, 7 pm
--- One Decade, Many Lessons: Islam in a Post-9/11 America
--- Meet with a Vanguard Representative
--- U.S. Nuclear Testing on the Marshall Islands
--- CIRES Special Distinguished Lecture Series - Friday, April 13, 2012
--- Outlook 2010 and 2011 Calendar Optimization Tech Talks
--- Tell Your Students about CUBIC! They Must Register by May 1!
--- Business of Sports Applications Are Due by April 20!
--- Miss Representation Screening
--- Sexpressions Call for Performers
--- Mobile Device Security
LINDA BESEN RETIREMENT RECEPTION
A reception honoring Linda Besen's 14 years of service to University Communications
will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 24, at Koenig Alumni Center. Join
us in celebrating Linda's tenure at CU-Boulder.
Please RSVP to email@example.com by 4/19/12.
FIRST PERSON CINEMA - SHANNON PLUMB, MONDAY, 4/16, 7 PM
Shannon Plumb's cinematic studies of life's various roles and characters
explore the complexities embedded in the ordinary and extraordinary. Plumb is
a one-woman show starring as all characters and acting as the creative force
behind her films. Shannon's work has been the subject of solo exhibitions in
the U.S. and abroad and has also screened in national and international film
Compilation of 8mm shorts
Admission is 3$
Contact: Don Yannacito
ONE DECADE, MANY LESSONS: ISLAM IN A POST-9/11 AMERICA
Pulitzer Prize Winner Andrea Elliott of the New York Times
Thursday, April 19
Auditorium, Boulder Public Library
Elliott shares stories of Muslims at a crossroads - teenagers seeking refuge
in their faith, women mobilizing for reform, religious leaders seeking to
balance Islam with American culture.
Sponsored by the Center for Media, Religion and Culture at CU Journalism & Mass
Contact: Nancy Hennessey, 303-492-1357
Additional information: http://cmrc.colorado.edu
MEET WITH A VANGUARD REPRESENTATIVE
Meet one-on-one (spouses welcome) with a licensed Vanguard representative to
discuss retirement planning issues with your University of Colorado 401a, 403b,
IRAs and other savings vehicles. Schedule an appointment the week of April 16
at a time and location that are convenient for you. Go to: http://meetvanguard.com
or call 1-800-662-0106, Ext. 14500.
Contact: Vanguard, 1-800-523-1188
Additional information: http://www.vanguard.com
U.S. NUCLEAR TESTING ON THE MARSHALL ISLANDS
Professor Laurence Marshall Carucci, Friday April 13, 4 pm Hale 230.
"U.S. Nuclear Testing and the Transformation of Marshallese Social Life: The
First Screening of American Hegemony"
The Marshall Islanders suffered the effects of 67 announced nuclear tests in
the decade and a half following World War II. This talk reviews what has
happened to the Marshall Islanders as the result of nuclear testing.
Sponsored by the Dept. of Anthropology
Contact: Magda Stawkowski, firstname.lastname@example.org
CIRES SPECIAL DISTINGUISHED LECTURE SERIES - FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2012
A Tribute to Dr. George Reid presented by Dr. Susan Solomon
"From the Mesosphere to the Tropical Tropopause " A few of Dr. Reid's
accomplishments and linkages to current issues in climate change
Friday, April 13, 2012, 4 pm in the Visual Arts Complex (VAC), Room 1B20.
George Colvin Reid (1929-2011) was an eminent atmospheric scientist. He was
one of the initial four fellows who founded the CIRES in 1968.
Contact: Linda Pendergrass-CIRES Events Coordinator
Additional information: http://cires.colorado.edu/events/lectures/reid/
OUTLOOK 2010 AND 2011 CALENDAR OPTIMIZATION TECH TALKS
In the coming weeks OIT is hosting tech talks on how to get the most out of
your Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2011 Exchange calendar. We will demonstrate how
to use the calendaring features to help you stay organized and to make
collaboration easier. Topics covered include: sharing a calendar; creating
appointments and meeting requests; and, using resource calendars. Learn more
and register at http://oit.colorado.edu/news/outlook-techtalks-april-2012.
Contact: Lisa Deutchman: lisa.deutchman@Colorado.EDU, 303-492-1963
TELL YOUR STUDENTS ABOUT CUBIC! THEY MUST REGISTER BY MAY 1!
Do you know any non-business majors with 60+ credits who want to stand out from
their peers while job searching? If so, tell them about CUBIC, a business
intensive certificate running from May 14-June 1 (9 am-5:30 pm). Topics include
accounting, finance, economics, marketing, leadership, and personal finance.
They can register at http://www.regonline.com/CUBIC_2012.
Contact: Jessica Baumgarten
Additional information: http://leeds.colorado.edu/CUBIC
BUSINESS OF SPORTS APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BY APRIL 20!
The Business of Sports is an intensive, six-credit course for students
interested in pursuing careers in sports and recreation. Basic business
concepts are covered in the mornings and include: Sports Law, Leadership,
Sports Marketing, etc. In the afternoons, groups work on experiential,
researched-based projects designed by contributing partners, such as Verizon or
the Denver Broncos. BOS runs June 4-July 20.
Contact: Jessica Baumgarten
Additional information: http://leeds.colorado.edu/BOS
MISS REPRESENTATION SCREENING
"Miss Representation" is a film about how the media portrays women,
especially women in power. Media is a pervasive force in society that
reinforces harmful ideas about women - that their value lies only in their
beauty and youth, that they have no capacity as leaders. These messages play
out in real life, making it difficult for women to advance in leadership roles.
The next screening will be Wednesday, April 18, 5-8 pm in ATLAS 100. Free.
Contact: Emily Shipley, email@example.com
SEXPRESSIONS CALL FOR PERFORMERS
Sexpressions is a fun night of food and entertainment hosted by the Women's
Resource Center. It is a talent showcase celebrating a positive expression of
women's sexuality. We are currently looking for performers of any type! If you
are interested please contact Jessica Behring with a brief description of what
you would like to perform/contribute and your contact information. Deadline to
sign up is April 20 at 5 pm. Sexpressions itself will be April 27.
Contact: Jessica Behring, Jessica.firstname.lastname@example.org
MOBILE DEVICE SECURITY
Mobile devices such as your smartphone have become one of the most powerful
means of communicating, in many ways replacing computers. So securing your
mobile devices - locking them with a PIN or password, keeping them updated,
trusting only expected messages - is equally as important as securing your
computer. Learn how to secure your mobile devices at the OIT Security Awareness
Contact: IT Service Center: 303-735-4357 (5-HELP) or email@example.com
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