From: Student Buff Bulletin (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Tue Apr 24 2007 - 09:28:36 MDT
Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2007 09:28:36 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 04/22/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 04/22/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
23 April 2007, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Great Health Information - Free!
--- Do You Have Neck Pain or Shoulder Pain?
--- New Fall Class - INVS 1513: Using Electoral Process
as Tool for Positive Social Change
--- Summer Core Course - Hebrew 2350
--- Do You Know What You are Doing After College?
--- Help Us Help You with Your Quality of Life
--- More Summer Classes Available
--- Chancellor's Flagship 2030 Open Forum
--- Women to the Rescue: Creating Mesa Verde National Park
--- Need a Summer Job?
--- Student Groups: Fax Your Buff Bulletin IN before Noon Deadline
GREAT HEALTH INFORMATION - FREE!
The IPA Laboratory is investigating the effects of oxidative stress
on the cardiovascular system. We will be doing an ultrasound
measurement of an artery in the leg with saline and Vitamin C
Participants should be:
MEN, 18-35 years
Not taking prescription medications
Not participating in regular physical activity
Detailed blood profile (including cholesterol and glucose)
VO2 Max test
Compensation for time
If interested, email email@example.com or call 303-492-2485.
DO YOU HAVE NECK PAIN OR SHOULDER PAIN?
Wardenburg Health Center's Sports Medicine Department is
participating in two separate studies comparing manual therapy of the
upper back (the therapist moves your joints) to exercise for the
treatment of neck pain and shoulder pain. If you are between the ages
of 18 and 60 and have either neck or shoulder pain, contact Paul
Mintken at (303) 881-1569 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Paul Mintken
NEW FALL CLASS - INVS 1513: USING ELECTORAL PROCESS AS TOOL
FOR POSITIVE CHANGE
INVS 1513 is a new course offering from INVST Community Studies that
will help to develop the skills necessary to participate successfully
in the electoral arena of our democracy. Students will have
first-hand experiences working on campaigns, mobilizing others to
participate in electoral processes, etc. INVS 1513 (Tu-Tr 2-3:15)
will be taught by the Assistant Majority Leader of the Colorado House
of Representatives Michael Garcia. Please contact
email@example.com to request a space in the class.
Contact: Adam VanIwaarden
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/communitystudies/
SUMMER CORE COURSE - HEBREW 2350
Germanic and Slavic Languages and Literatures will be offering HEBR
2350-001(taught in English) this Maymester, May 14-June 1: Intro. to
Jewish Culture, 12:15-3:30 pm, MTWRF. This course explores the
development of Jewish culture as it moves across the chronological
and geographical map of the historic Jewish people, with an emphasis
on the variety of Jewish ethnicities and their cultural productions,
cultural syncretism and changes. Register on CU Connect!
Contact: Jan Kaufman
DO YOUR KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING AFTER COLLEGE?
Are you mystified by your future after college? Do you feel like you
are prepared for the "real world?" See acclaimed Professor Vincent
McGuire, who will be talking about life after college April 25, 7:30
pm in Hellems 201. Free pizza will be provided. Sponsored by Phi
Sigma Pi honor fraternity.
HELP US HELP YOU WITH YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE
Are you satisfied with your current living situation, or are there
things that could be done to make your life better? In an effort to
identify and address the problems of the student community,
Off-Campus Student Services has created a Quality of Life Survey.
Please take a few minutes (less than five) to participate in our
survey so that OCSS can better assist you with your needs.
Contact: Susan Stafford
MORE SUMMER CLASSES AVAILABLE
Check out CU Continuing Education's Summer Evening schedule for more
summer classes. Go online to see our Summer 2007 schedule. You'll
find five week and seven week courses meeting at night, with some
mixing online learning and classroom instruction. Registration begins
Contact: Continuing Education, 303-492-5148
CHANCELLOR'S FLAGSHIP 2030 OPEN FORUM
Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson invites the CU-Boulder community to an
Open Forum on the Flagship 2030 Strategic Planning Initiative
Wednesday, May 3, 11:30 am-1 pm, UMC 235. Examples of topics:
describing the CU-Boulder graduate of 2030, how higher tuition will
improve access, and becoming a "mountain in a flat world." Light
Contact: Stuart Takeuchi
WOMEN TO THE RESCUE: CREATING MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK
Thursday, April 26, 6:30 pm, University of Colorado Museum of Natural
History, Paleontology Hall, located next to the UMC. Free. Lecture by
Duane A. Smith, professor of Southwest studies, Fort Lewis College in
Durango. Learn the story of the group of determined, dedicated women
who did all in their power to preserve the ruins, make the public
aware, and arouse Congress to action to establish a park.
Contact: University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, 303-492-6892
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
NEED A SUMMER JOB?
Join CU Foundation's Telephone Outreach Program! It's a great place
to earn money, develop great communication skills and make a
difference. Our team contacts alumni to raise much needed support,
update alumni records and develop relationships. Great wage with
bonuses and a flexible schedule. Eight shifts available: Saturday,
9:30 am-2 pm, 2:30-7 pm; Sunday, 12-4:30 pm, 5-9:30 pm;
Monday-Thursday, 5-9:30 pm. Email the program director at
firstname.lastname@example.org please include your telephone number.
Contact: Zach Snyder
STUDENT GROUPS: FAX YOUR BUFF BULLETIN IN BEFORE NOON DEADLINE
Student groups with SOFO accounts are reminded to fax an IN to
Mailing Services BEFORE the noon deadlines on Tuesday and Friday for
Student Buff Bulletins (SBB). After faxing, place the original IN
into an intercampus mailing envelope and mail to Mailing Services,
Attn: Melanie, 60 UCB. We will not post your SBB if a fax or original
IN is not received by the deadline.
Contact: Melanie, 303-492-2442 or Bill, 303-492-6242
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ememo/
Buff Bulletin is a service of the Boulder Campus E-Memo System. It
adheres to CU-Boulder Mailing Services policy and procedure, and is
monitored by the Chancellor's Electronic Communication Committee. See
http://www.colorado.edu/ememo/ for more information.
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