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SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 04/22/2012
22 April 2012, Sunday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Italian Film Festival USA
--- UCB Public Auction Now Open to University Employees
--- Free Book on Bring Your Child to Work Day
--- Classified Staff Performance Evaluations
--- Debbie Fuqua Is Retiring!
--- Christianity, Freedom, and the Dictatorship of Relativism
--- The Buddhification of Japanese Waka in the Heian Period (794-1185) (CAS Event)
--- Do You Love the UMC, or Love It Not? You Could Win a $40 Giftcard for
--- Il Teatro del Friuli and Rossini's La Cambiale di Matrimonio
--- Tour of the University of Colorado Greenhouse - 5/3, 1 and 5:30 p.m. - RSVP
--- Dr. David Norris Retirement Reception
--- Wondering How to Preserve Your Favorite Book or Digital Photos?
ITALIAN FILM FESTIVAL USA
Come spend an evening in Italy! Enjoy the local premiers of four recent,
critically acclaimed Italian films at the 2012 Italian film Festival USA of
Boulder. Special appearance by directors Paola Randi and Giovanna Taviani who
will be on campus to present and talk about their film. All films shown in
Italian with English subtitles at the University of Colorado, Boulder's Atlas
Hall 100. All films are FREE and open to the general public.
April 19 - 7 pm; April 21 - 6 pm; April 22 - 1:30 pm; April 23 - 8 pm
Contact: Tina Pugliese, email@example.com
UCB PUBLIC AUCTION NOW OPEN TO UNIVERSITY EMPLOYEES
UCB Property Services' next public auction of surplus property/equipment will
take place Saturday, May 19, 2012. According to new legislation, university
employees may now purchase surplus property for personal use. Items to be sold
are available for preview from 9 am-3 pm Friday, May 18, 2012, at the
CU Distribution Center, 3300 Walnut Street. A list of inventory items in the
Surplus Property System is available through our website.
Contact: Ashly Willingham, (303) 435-3213, David.Willingham@colorado.edu
FREE BOOK ON BRING YOUR CHILD TO WORK DAY
Bring your child to work day is Thursday, April 26. To celebrate the CU Book
Store will be giving a FREE Buff sucker and Hello Ralphie book to children that
visit the store that day. (While supplies last).
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
CLASSIFIED STAFF PERFORMANCE EVALUATIONS
The 2011-2012 performance evaluation cycle ended March 31, 2012. Supervisors
must complete an evaluation for all classified staff* and retirees in regular
non-temporary positions by their department's April deadline to ensure that all
evaluations are received by the Office of Labor Relations by May 1, 2011 (no
exceptions). For more information please call Brad Mathers, Office of Labor
Relations at 303-492-3063 or visit our web site at:
*Includes classified staff who transferred to Exempt Professional positions
Contact: Brad Mathers, Office of Labor Relations, 303-492-3063
DEBBIE FUQUA IS RETIRING!
Debbie Fuqua is retiring after 35 years. Join Accounting and Business Support
on April 26, 3-5 pm, on the East Campus (ARC 620) to celebrate Debbie's
retirement. We will have a reception to celebrate her tenure! RSVP to Isabel
Dunn at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 20.
CHRISTIANITY, FREEDOM, AND THE DICTATORSHIP OF RELATIVISM
The Aquinas Institute (AICT) will be hosting their last academic lecture of the
Spring semester on April 26 at 7 pm on the University of Colorado, Boulder
campus in the Hale 270. Join Dr. Sam Gregg, Research Director at the Acton
Institute, as he addresses a particular threat to the world that has been
coined "the dictatorship of relativism." All are welcome to this free
event. For more information, please contact Matt Boettger at
Contact: Matt Boettger at Matt.Boettger@colorado.edu or 303-443-8383
THE BUDDHIFICATION OF JAPANESE WAKA IN THE HEIAN PERIOD (794-1185) (CAS EVENT)
Thursday, April 26, 4 pm in Hellems 267, lecture by Stephen Miller and Patrick
Donnelly In the Heian period, court waka - that most orthodox of poetic genres -
became the vehicle by which Japanese writers brought their literary and spiritual
aspirations together in a new way. The shift they made from the practices of their
cultural past, and the new mindset that was formed as a result of this shift, will
be the focus of this presentation.
Contact: The Center for Asian Studies
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/cas/
DO YOU LOVE THE UMC, OR LOVE IT NOT? YOU COULD WIN A $40 GIFTCARD FOR TELLING US
You love the UMC - Why? What!?! You don't like the UMC - Why not? Please take
our survey and tell us why you do or why you don't. We want to know. You could
win a $40 tasteBUD giftcard, good in the Alferd Packer Grill and Baby Doe's -
home of Peet's coffee. That will get you through finals. Go here, all you
opinionated faculty, staff and students:
IL TEATRO DEL FRIULI & ROSSINI'S LA CAMBIALE DI MATRIMONIO
CU Opera presents "Il Teatro del Friuli" & Rossini's "La cambriale di
Matrimonio" in the Music Theatre at Imig April 26-29. "La Cambiale di
Matrimonio" will be performed by CU-Boulder students and professional Italian
singers in conjunction with the Piccolo Festival Friuli Venezia Giulia. "Il
Teatro del Friuli" is a farce about the backstage life of an operatic
production with an original adaptation by Patrick Mason. Tickets start at $16!
Contact: CU Presents Box Office
Additional information: http://cupresents.org
TOUR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO GREENHOUSE, 5/3, 1 AND 5:30 P.M. - RSVP
Join University of Colorado Greenhouse Manager Tom Lemieux for an exclusive
tour of CUs 30th Street greenhouse, 1380 30th St. Tours accommodate 20 guests.
RSVP required. The greenhouse is not typically open to the public. Tours fill
quickly. RSVP by calling the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History
at 303-492-6892. Parking is limited and regulated; however. the greenhouse is
on the Creek Path and is easily accessed by bike, transit or on foot.
Contact: Andrea Robbins
DR. DAVID NORRIS RETIREMENT RECEPTION
A reception honoring Dr. David Norris, Professor in the Department of
Integrative Physiology, will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 8, at
Koenig Alumni Center. Please join us in celebrating his 45 years of service at
CU Boulder. For more information contact Marsha Cook,
Contact: Marsha Cook
WONDERING HOW TO PRESERVE YOUR FAVORITE BOOK OR DIGITAL PHOTOS? PRESERVATION
Preservation of personal books, photographs, and other media, as well as of
library materials, is highlighted every April during national Preservation
Week (https://www.facebook.com/preservationweek). Find free web courses,
including Taking Care: Family Textiles
Preserving Your Personal Digital Photographs
University Libraries Preservation Department lists many other sites about
preserving library, museum, and personal collections. See a display on book
binding in the Norlin Library west lobby!
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