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SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 02/24/2008
Student Buff Bulletin
24 February 2008, Sunday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Masters Program for Novice Teachers
--- Volunteer for the Conference on World Affairs!
--- Help Plan a Natural History Museum Exhibit
--- It's Not Too Late to Apply for Study Abroad!
--- Center for Asian Studies Luncheon Series
--- Study Art History in Paris! Interest Meeting Feb. 28
--- MBSA Eighth Annual Banquet
--- Build Your Language and Travel Skills!
--- Paper Airplane Contest
--- Afro-Cuban Dance Class!
--- It's Time to Slam! CU's Fifth Annual Poetry Slam Coming Soon
--- Talk by Raed Mualem, "Why There is Hope for Peace" March 5
--- Christos Lunch Lecture
MASTERS PROGRAM FOR NOVICE TEACHERS
Learn more about the Partners in Education (PIE) Induction Masters
program for novice teachers. An information session will be held on
Feb. 28, 4-6 pm in the UMC Aspen Rooms. RSVP to
Elizabeth.Barton@colorado.edu. Come to network with partner school
districts and learn more about the nationally recognized masters
degree options within the School of Education.
Contact: Elizabeth Barton
VOLUNTEER FOR THE CONFERENCE ON WORLD AFFAIRS!
Students! The Conference on World Affairs will be taking place in
April and now is the best time to get involved! Student volunteers
will have the opportunity to meet and network with over 100 amazing,
successful professionals spanning innumerable fields! Join us for
pizza and more information at our student volunteer meeting on
Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 6:30 pm in Hellems 199. Please contact
Madeleine Tengler and Ilina Datkhaeva with questions at
Contact: Madeleine Tengler and Ilina Datkhaeva
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/cwa
HELP PLAN A NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM EXHIBIT
The CU Museum of Natural History would like the opinions of CU
undergrads on an upcoming exhibit that we are planning. If you would
like to be part of a focus group that will meet at the museum here on
campus with a free pizza lunch provided, please call 303-492-4843 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org. Date and time TBD.
Contact: Cathy Regan
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
IT'S NOT TO LATE TO APPLY FOR STUDY ABROAD!
If you have students who are hoping to study abroad in the summer,
fall or academic year of 2008, the deadline to apply is March 3.
Students can start the process by visiting the "Getting Started" page
on our website to get information on selecting and applying to
programs; then, visit our office ASAP and talk to an advisor to
ensure that the program does not fill early!
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/
CENTER FOR ASIAN STUDIES LUNCHEON SERIES
"Loyalty and Imperial Intimacy in the Kangxi Emperor's Thirty-Six
Viewscapes of Bishu Shanzhuang"
Join CAS for a talk by lecturer Stephen Whiteman, College of
Architecture and Planning, exploring the creation of a sense of
imperial intimacy and its role in engendering loyalty in the early
Qing dynasty (1644-1911) court. This presentation will be held on
Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 12 pm in HUMN 230. Lunch will be provided. For
more information, please contact Sara Thompson.
Contact: Sara Thompson, Sara.Thompson@colorado.edu
STUDY ART HISTORY IN PARIS! INTEREST MEETING FEB. 28
This unique study abroad program in Paris offers unforgettable
insights into French art from the Revolution to the present in five
weeks. Led by Frances Charteris, the course includes visits to
museums and covers the birth of photography, film, and an overview of
African-American musical history. Participants are encouraged to
experience French life by going to open air markets, jazz clubs and
festivals. Interest meeting: Thursday, Feb. 28, 3:30-4:30 pm, UMC 415.
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/
MBSA EIGHTH ANNUAL BANQUET
Attention Leeds School of Business Students! The Multicultural
Business Students Association presents their eighth annual Academic
Awards Banquet to be held on Friday, April 11 at the Omni Interlocken
Resort. A mixer with corporate representatives will take place
5:30-6:30 pm, with the banquet starting at 7 pm. Celebrate the
accomplishments of our students and our program. To RSVP call (303)
735-5117 or stop by The Office of Diversity in Koelbel Room 260.
Contact: Phuoc Giang
BUILD YOUR LANGUAGE AND TRAVEL SKILLS!
The Anderson Language Technology Center is pleased to announce three
new classes: Vacation and Travel French, Spanish and Discover
Indonesian. These three week, noncredit courses will focus on
culture, travel vocabulary and tourist "survival skills." Perfect for
CU faculty, staff, grad students, retirees and spouses who plan to
travel during spring break or the summer months. Classes meet twice a
week beginning March 3. Tuition is only $30 per class!
Contact: David Nicoll
PAPER AIRPLANE CONTEST
The CU Book Store is holding a paper airplane contest! Can yours go
the farthest or be the most accurate? The winner of each competition,
distance and accuracy will win a $150 CU Book Store Gift card. Gift
cards of $50 and $25 will be awarded to second and third place. The
contests will start at noon, March 5. Registration begins 11:30 am.
One entry per person, must be a CU student, see store for details.
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
AFRO-CUBAN DANCE CLASS!
In honor of Black Awareness Month, the Dennis Small Cultural Center
is holding a free Afro-Cuban dance class! This class will go beyond
the steps and also teach you about the history and culture behind the
Afro-Cuban dance. Come by UMC 457 on Feb. 28 at 6:30 pm. No dance
experience is required. Light refreshments will be served.
Contact: DSCC, email@example.com, 2-7109
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/cugold
IT'S TIME TO SLAM! CU'S FIFTH ANNUAL POETRY SLAM COMING SOON
CU Late Night, Dennis Small Cultural Center and Program Council
invite you to Colorado's award winning and largest poetry slam. Free
admission and food will be provided, along with performances by
Paulie Lipman, Ian Dougherty and Amy Everhart. The festivities begin
at 8 pm on March 7 in the Glenn Miller Ballroom.
Contact: Student Programs Office, 2-7109, firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/studentprograms
TALK BY RAED MUALEM, "WHY THERE IS HOPE FOR PEACE" MARCH 5
The Institute for the Study of Israel in the Middle East (ISIME-CU)
invites you to a talk by Raed Mualem, "Why There is Hope for Peace."
Raed Mualem is the head of Mar Elias College in the Galilee in Israel
and a Palestinian Arab Israeli. Wednesday, March 5 at 6 pm, Museum
Collections Bldg., MCOL W100. The talk is free and open to the public.
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/iafs/isime-cu.html
CHRISTOS LUNCH LECTURE
Thursday, Feb. 28 at 12 pm, Canterbury Colorado presents the 2008
Spring Christos Lecture series. Professor Rebecca Maloy will speak on
"Gregorian" Chant: Questions of Reception and Authenticity" UMC Rooms
382-386. Free, open to the public; includes a free catered lunch.
RSVPs not necessary but appreciated. Contact Fred Peterbark,
email@example.com or The Rev. Dustin Berg,
Contact: Rev. Dustin Berg
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