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Date: Tue Oct 16 2007 - 02:10:16 MDT
Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 02:10:16 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 10/15/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 10/15/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
15 October 2007, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Pregnant? We Can Help! Free Confidential Pregnancy Tests
--- Thinking About Graduate School?
--- Leeds School Dedicates Koelbel building at 3 pm, October 19
--- Screen Your Buff Bulletin for Expired Dates
--- Center for Asian Studies Speaker Series: Public Talk and Film
Discussion by Mark Nornes
--- Winter 2007 Commencement
--- Interactive Theatre Project, "His Weight, Her Issue?"
--- Fun Research Projects for Kids!
--- Late Night: Battle of the Bands
--- Student Groups, Reinvigorate Your Organization With CU GOLD!
--- Chocolate Program
--- College of Music Events, October 15-21
--- Volunteer with LEGOS!
PREGNANT? WE CAN HELP! FREE CONFIDENTIAL PREGNANCY TESTS
Real Choices Pregnancy Care Center student office, UMC Room 441, offers
free and confidential pregnancy tests as well as support and practical
assistance for students facing an unexpected pregnancy. We work with
local community resources for various referrals, i.e., medical
assistance, academic financial aid, adoption and housing. After
abortion support also available. Walk-ins are welcome or call
303-492-8778 for an appointment.
Contact: Diane Sillstrop
THINKING ABOUT GRADUATE SCHOOL?
Come meet several current graduate students who are studying in a
variety of fields, and hear what they have to say about their
experience. They will offer tips and advice about the application
process, how to choose a program, personal statements, letters of rec,
how to make yourself more competitive and the transition from college
to graduate school. All students are welcome! Wednesday, October 24,
5:30-7 pm, Muenzinger E0046.
Contact: Ann Herrmann
Additional information: http://careerservices.colorado.edu
LEEDS SCHOOL DEDICATES KOELBEL BUILDING AT 3 PM, OCTOBER 19
The Leeds School of Business will dedicate its newly renovated and
expanded home, the Koelbel building, 3 pm, Friday, October 19, outside
the new main entrance on Regent Drive. Join the Koelbel family,
Colorado Governor Bill Ritter, President Hank Brown, Chancellor Bud
Peterson, Dean Dennis Ahlburg, the Golden Buffalo Marching Band and
faculty, staff, alumni and friends for the dedication ceremony and
refreshments. No RSVP is necessary. Contact BizAlum@colorado.edu or
303-735-6053 for additional information.
Contact: Diane Alpaio, email@example.com or 303-518-3249
Additional information: http://leeds.colorado.edu/newbuilding
SCREEN YOUR BUFF BULLETIN FOR EXPIRED DATES
The Buff Bulletin (BB) editors automatically eliminate any submissions
whose single dates or deadlines have expired. BB messages are
occasionally submitted to us with multiple dates, some of which are
stale or expired. Please screen your submission beforehand for stale
dates, especially if you are submitting it more than once and remove
any dates that will have expired by publication. Thanks for your
Contact: Melanie O. Massengale, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ememo/options.html
CENTER FOR AISIAN STUDIES SPEAKER SERIES, PUBLIC TALK AND FILM
DISCUSSION BY MARK NORNES
CAS presents "Subtitling Can be Disturbing: Film Translation of the
Third Era", a public talk by Mark Nornes, of Asian Languages and
Cultures/Screen Arts and Cultures, University of Michigan. Tuesday,
October 16, 3:45 pm in the Old Main Chapel. Mr. Nornes will also
present and host a discussion of the 1987 documentary film, Emperor's
Naked Army Marches On, Wednesday, October 17, at 6 pm in HUMN 1B50. For
more information, please email the contact below.
Contact: Sara Thompson, email@example.com
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/CAS/october2007.html
WINTER 2007 COMMENCEMENT
Graduating this semester? Winter 2007 graduation information is
available on the web site below. Graduating students will receive
detailed information via email in the following weeks. Families of the
graduates will receive an information booklet in the mail in mid
November. The web site answers questions regarding details about the
ceremony, caps and gowns, announcements, disability services, parking
and other events.
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/commencement
INTERACTIVE THEATRE PROJECT, "HIS WEIGHT, HER ISSUE?"
Interactive Theatre Project, "His Weight, Her Issue?" On October 18,
the Interactive Theatre Project will be hosting "Up to Scale," a
performance exploring body issues. The program will be held at the
Dennis Small Cultural Center, UMC room 457, 6-7:30 pm. It is free to
the public and reception food will be provided. Come listen, come
watch, come interact!
Contact: DSCC, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-7109
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc
FUN RESEARCH PROJECTS FOR KIDS!
The Cognitive Development Center in the Psychology Department is
conducting projects on memory and language development! We welcome all
children from birth to age seven. Some projects are particularly
looking for toddlers or elementary school aged children. A visit,
scheduled at your convenience, lasts about 30 minutes. Parking is free
and babysitting is available for siblings. Parents are compensated for
travel and kids receive a fun prize and a certificate!
Contact: Lauren Gindin, email@example.com or 303-492-6389
Additional information: http://psych.colorado.edu/cdc/
LATE NIGHT: BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Late Night: Battle of the Bands is back! Program Council, CU Late Night
and the Student Programs Office would like to present the Battle of the
Bands on Friday, October 26 at 8 pm in the Glenn Miller Ballroom. Come
soak up some awesome entertainment, provided primarily by your rock
star peers. Free food, fun and tons of music, so save the date, October
26! Get ready to rock!
Contact: Student Programs Office, 303-492-7109 or
STUDENT GROUPS, REINVIGORATE YOUR ORGANIZATION WITH CU GOLD!
CU GOLD offers free one hour workshops in the following topics:
Communication Training, Event Planning, Organizing Techniques,
Networking, Leadership Training, Time Management, Team building,
Structuring Effective Meetings and GO Fish: How to be the Best Catch in
the Workplace. Visit our web site linked below for more information. To
make an appointment email or call the information listed below or visit
us in UMC 444.
Contact: CU GOLD, 303-735-0640 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/cugold
Thursday, October 18, 6 pm, Paleontology Hall. Explore the delicious
world of chocolate! This sweet program will include information on the
botany, history and production of chocolate. Presenters will include
Tom Lemieux, EEB, UCB, Timothy Moley of Chocolove and Payson Sheets of
Anthropology, UCB. Free chocolate samples will be available!
Contact: University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, 303-492-6892
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
COLLEGE OF MUSIC EVENTS, OCTOBER 15-21
Tuesday, October 16, 7:30 pm, Grusin Music Hall, Faculty Concert: Doug
Walter, vibraphone. Friday, October 19, 7:30 pm, Grusin Music Hall,
Jazz Ensemble I, director John Davis and Wind Symphony, conductor Allan
McMurray. Sunday, October 21,7:30 pm, Grusin Music Hall, Percussion
Ensemble. All events free and open to the public unless noted with ($).
Contact: CU Concerts Box Office, 303-492-8008
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/music
VOLUNTEER WITH LEGOS!
Every year elementary and middle school students from the Boulder area
compete in the first Lego League Challenge. A tournament for this
competition is hosted at CU, and we are looking for volunteers to help
with the 2007 competition on November 17. If you are interested, please
visit our web site listed below for more information. If you can
volunteer, a registration form is also located on the web site.
Contact: Anne Byrne, email@example.com
Additional information: http://tbp.colorado.edu/FLL
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