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Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 06:09:55 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 11/02/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 11/02/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
02 November 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Collegiate Apparel and Collegiate Licensing in the
Era of Globalization
--- Norlin's Fall Event Series - HPV Vaccination: What's It All About?
--- Boston Brass at Macky, Nov. 8
--- Adult Swimming Lessons
--- Got Your Flu Shot?
--- CU Graduate Certificate Program in Science and Technology Policy
--- Leopards Visit Campus Next Wednesday
--- Pimp My Doorpost: Mezuzah Making
--- Fiske Planetarium News
--- How To...
--- Volunteer with Legos!
COLLEGIATE APPAREL AND COLLEGIATE LICENSING IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION
Come hear a panel of representatives from Nike, Knights Apparel and Gear
for Sports discuss the production of collegiate apparel and corporate
social responsibility in a global economy. 5-7pm, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2
Room 180, Benson Earth Sciences Building. Event sponsored by the
Licensing Advisory Committee, the Office of the Vice Chancellor for
Administration and The Collegiate Licensing Company.
Contact: Professor William Wei, Chair of the Licensing Advisory Committee,
Contact: William Wei
NORLIN'S FALL EVENT SERIES- HPV VACCINATION: WHAT'S IT ALL ABOUT?
Tuesday, Nov. 13, 7-9 pm, Norlin Library's 5th Floor. Should all young
women to be vaccinated for HPV? What are the reasons behind it? Does
everyone agree or are there other concerns? How are men affected by HPV
and what can they do to protect their partners? Come and discuss the
issue with our panel of student, faculty and community experts. Brought
to you by University Libraries
and Boulder Junior Chamber International.
Additional information: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/news/index.htm
BOSTON BRASS AT MACKY NOVEMBER 8
The Artist Series brings the Boston Brass to Macky Auditorium Thursday,
Nov. 8 at 7:30pm. From exciting classical arrangements to breathtaking
harmony, Boston Brass achieves new levels in brass performance while
treating audiences to a unique musical experience. The ensemble's lively
repartee bridges classical formality to delight audiences with
boisterous fun, insightful knowledge and an enthusiastic love of music.
Discounts are available for CU students, faculty and staff!
Contact: CU Concerts Box Office, (303) 492-8008
Additional information: http://www.cuconcerts.org/bostonbrass.html
ADULT SWIMMING LESSONS
The Student Recreation Center has a new session of adult swimming
lessons beginnning the week of Nov. 5. Intermediate swimming lessons run
on Monday & Wednesday nights, while Practical (or advanced) swimming
lessons run on Tuesday & Thursday nights. These classes are available to
current CU Students and to adult members of the Recreation Center;
however, class space is limited. Registration is going on now at the
Student Rec Center.
Contact: Instruction Program Office (303)492-1091
GOT YOUR FLU SHOT?
If you missed the Flu Shot Clinic last week, don't worry! We'll have flu
shots on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 8:30 - 11am and 1:30-4pm (walk-in) at
Wardenburg Health Center for students, staff, and faculty. Flu shots are
$25 and paid for with cash, check, or credit card (VISA or MasterCard).
No cost for students with the Student Gold Health Insurance. Make sure
you're vaccinated before flu season!
Contact: Wardenburg Health Center, 303-492-5101
Additional information: www.colorado.edu/healthcenter
CU GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY POLICY
The Graduate Certificate Program in Science and Technology Policy at
CU-Boulder is a rigorous educational program to prepare students
pursuing graduate degrees for careers at the interface of science,
technology, and decision making. Upon completion students will have an
understanding of the societal context of science and technology and an
introduction to policy analysis methodologies used in decision settings.
Application deadline is Nov. 30. For more information or to apply, see:
Contact: Ami Nacu-Schmidt
LEOPARDS VISIT CAMPUS NEXT WEDNESDAY
Mac OS X Leopard and Leopard Server are here. Come learn more about
these new operating systems with Apple's higher education
representatives on Nov. 7, 12-2pm in UMC room 235. Hear how Mac OS X
Leopard can help better organize, browse and preview files, go back in
time to restore old files, and more. You'll also learn how Leopard
Server can bring the power of a server to your organization.
Contact: Tim Cowan, IT Training
PIMP MY DOORPOST: MEZUZAH MAKING
Doorpost looking a little lame? Come out to Kittredge Commons on
Thursday, Nov. 1, at 3:30pm to make your own bling bling mezuzah. It's
gonna be the most ghetto arts & crafts event of the semester.
Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Allyson Falor
FISKE PLANETARIUM NEWS
Join Dr. Joe Boardman for "Moon Mineralogy Mapper" on Thursday and
Friday at 7:30pm - Thursdays free with CU ID! Weather permitting,
Sommers-Bausch Observatory opens Friday 8pm for free public viewing!
Friday laser shows: 9:30pm Laser MUSE, 10:45pm Laser Pink Floyd: Welcome
to the Machine, $5 all ages. There will be no shows on Saturday.
Contact: Suzanne Metlay, 303-492-5002
Additional information: fiske.colorado.edu
.Change the World
1. Smile and say hello to someone
2. Buy a cup of coffee for the person behind you
3. Turn off the faucet when brushing your teeth
Contact: Allyson Falor
VOLUNTEER WITH LEGOS!
Every year elementary and middle school students from the Boulder area
compete in the first Lego League Challenge. A tournament is hosted by
Community Relations at CU-Boulder. We are looking for volunteers to help
with the 2007 competition on Nov. 17. If you are interested, please
visit our website for more information. If you can volunteer, a
registration form is also located on the website. Contact Anne Byrne
with any questions.
Contact: Contact: Anne Byrne email@example.com
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