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Date: Tue Feb 12 2008 - 04:05:03 MST
Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2008 04:05:03 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 02/10/2008
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 02/10/2008
Student Buff Bulletin
10 February 2008, Sunday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Free Pre-Valentine's Day Event
--- Go International with Alternative Breaks This Summer!
--- Center for Asian Studies Luncheon Series: Water Resources and
Permafrost Foundation along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway
--- Bike Station Staff Needed
--- Distinguished Speakers Board Info Meeting
--- Last Chance to See Antique Art Prints and Maps at the UMC
--- Take Your First Steps Toward Self Improvement!
--- Student ITS Networking Position
--- CU NightRide Seeks Outreach Specialist
--- Come to the St. Valentine's Show at Club 156 on Feb. 14!
FREE PRE-VALENTINE'S DAY EVENT
Join The Herd Wednesday, Feb. 13 at the UMC Connection, 7-11 pm for
free bowling, speed-dating, food, kiss-the-buffalo pics and a showing
of the movie "Love, Actually" in Club 156, 9 pm. Stay for the whole
time or just stop by. Bring your Herd card and get free drinks, too!
Contact: Tyler Hartung
Additional information: http://www.cuherd.com
GO INTERNATIONAL WITH ALTERNATIVE BREAKS THIS SUMMER
VCH's Alternative Breaks program offers you the opportunity to work
with Orphanage Outreach in Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic. Join a
small group of students on a volunteer trip in May to help teach kids
English. More information about the organization, detailed work
description, dates, cost and applications are available online. Meet
new people, build your resume, help others, learn about a different
culture and travel this summer! Applications are due Feb. 15.
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/vch
CENTER FOR ASIAN STUDIES LUNCHEON SERIES: WATER RESOURCES AND PERMAFROST
FOUNDATION ALONG THE QINGHAI-TIBET RAILWAY
Join CAS for a talk by Professor Shemin Ge from the department of
geological sciences, discussing observations made during a scientific
expedition in the summer of 2007 on water resources on the Tibetan
Plateau and permafrost engineering along the Qinghai-Tibet Railway.
This presentation will be held on Thursday, Feb. 14 at 12:30 pm in
HUMN 230. Lunch will be provided. For more information, please
contact Sara Thompson, Sara.Thompson@colorado.edu.
Contact: Sara Thompson
BIKE STATION STAFF NEEDED
Shifts available: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 8:30 am-12:15 pm. Duties
include basic bicycle maintenance, administering bike checkouts and
registrations, providing transit and general campus information.
Skills needed are the ability to perform minor maintenance including
flat repairs, drivetrain and brake adjustments. Good communication
and customer service skills. Pay is $8/hour. Position begins March 3
and ends May 2. Background check required. Must have original social
security card prior to hire.
Contact: Tracy Calvin
DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS BOARD INFO MEETING
Do you enjoy meeting positively influential people? Enhance your
leadership qualities by joining Distinguished Speakers Board! We aim
to intellectually stimulate the student body and surrounding
community. Resumes and cover letters for the 2008-2009 year are due
Feb. 29 to firstname.lastname@example.org. To become more acquainted with DSB
culture and expectations, please come to our informational meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 27, 6-6:45 pm in UMC 457.
Contact: Allison Schauwecker
Additional information: http://castle.colorado.edu/dsb
LAST CHANCE TO SEE ANTIQUE ART PRINTS AND MAPS AT THE UMC
The UMC Art Gallery hosts "The Age of Discovery: Antique Prints from
16th-19th Centuries" on view through Feb. 15. Featuring botanicals,
zoologicals and rare maps. Open M-F 10:30 am-5:30 pm. Stop by the UMC
for lunch or a break and visit the UMC Art Gallery on the second
floor, just south of the reception desk.
Contact: Kory Katsimpalis
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/artgallery
TAKE YOUR FIRST STEPS TOWARD SELF IMPROVEMENT!
Colorado STRIDE is seeking participants between the ages of 18-45 for
women and 18-38 for men who are nonsmokers and do not exercise. The
study is designed to increase healthy behaviors. Participants need to
commit one year and will receive $300 compensation. For more
information please visit http://psych.colorado.edu/stride. If you are
interested please call us at (303) 492-1431 or email us at
Contact: Renea Nilsson
Additional information: http://psych.colorado.edu/stride
STUDENT ITS NETWORKING POSITION
ITS networking operations position description:
Highly motivated students with strong technical skills needed for
networking operations positions. Duties include installing,
troubleshooting and maintaining network devices and UPS/battery
back-up units, writing scripts to interact with devices for
monitoring and management purposes and other duties as assigned.
Contact: Ray Baum
CU NIGHTRIDE SEEKS OUTREACH SPECIALIST
Have you ever used CU NightRide, the free nighttime transportation
program that helps CU students safely get around campus and Boulder?
Then you could be just who we're looking for! We're currently seeking
a volunteer outreach specialist to help promote our program on
campus. You'll visit classes and hand out information to students in
order to raise awareness about the great service that CU NightRide
provides. Please contact us at (303)-492-3230 to find out more.
Contact: David Perez
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/cunightride
COME TO THE ST. VALENTINE'S SHOW AT CLUB 156 ON FEB. 14!
Date? No date? Doesn't matter! See Denver band The Photo Atlas
headline this Valentine's Day concert supported by bands Weatherbox,
Jet Lag Gemini & teamAWESOME!. These fun indie-pop bands, similar to
the sounds of LCD Soundsystem and Hellogoodbye, are sure to rock a
show all can dance to. The concert will be on Thursday, Feb. 14 in
Club 156 starting at 7 pm. Tickets are $5. For more information visit
Contact: Courtney Harkins
Additional information: http://www.programcouncil.com
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