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Date: Thu, 15 Oct 2009 01:37:31 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 10/14/2009
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 10/14/2009
Student Buff Bulletin
14 October 2009, Wednesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- UMC Food Service Renovation- Enter to Win!
--- Bitchcraft: Knitting & Crafts in a Creative Community for Women
--- Rumor Has It: Body Anarchy!
--- Queer Women in Community
--- Interested in a Career in International Affairs?
--- Thinking About Law School? Law School Fair Monday,
Oct 19 UMC Ballroom
--- Research Study for Graduate and Professional
School Students Examining Career and Family Goals
--- Late Night: Battle of the Bands
--- The Highly Anticipated Energy Justice Conference 2009
--- CUSAMS Presents the Backyard Abolitionist Tour Featuring
Professor David Batstone, Renowned Human Trafficking Expert
--- Fiske Planetarium News!
UMC FOOD SERVICE RENOVATION - ENTER TO WIN!
UMC Food Service is getting a new look in the dining rooms, Baby Doe's,
and the Alferd Packer Grill. We want to know what you want! Tell us what
you think and you'll have a chance to win an i-Pod Touch or a $50 Gift
Certificate for the CU Bookstore! Click on this link to take our design
team's brief survey
Contact: pam henderek
Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/
BITCHCRAFT: KNITTING & CRAFTS IN A CREATIVE COMMUNITY FOR WOMEN
Come join a creative community for women on campus! Bitchcraft is a time
for women and allies to come together and learn crafts while spending
the evening chatting or venting. We are focusing on knitting, but you
are welcome to bring or share any craft you are working on. Bitchcraft
meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesdays (this month: Oct 20) from 5-6:30PM in
Contact: Natalie Ziemba (Natalie.Ziemba@Colorado.edu)
RUMOR HAS IT: BODY ANARCHY!
"Rumor Has It: Real Talk at the WRC" is a bi-weekly conversation series
with the goals of bringing students in touch with other campus resources
as well as engaging in tough conversations. Join us on Tuesday, Oct 20
in the Women's Resource Center (UMC 416) from 12:30-1:30pm for our next
conversation, "Body Anarchy!" with Julie Ann Combest from the Women's
Contact: Hannah Wilks, Hannah.Wilks@colorado.edu
QUEER WOMEN IN COMMUNITY
Are you a queer woman looking for community on campus? QWIC is a casual
social gathering for all ages that meets in the Women's Resource Center.
Join us every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month from 6-7:30PM in the
UMC 416 for food, conversation, and fun! This month, we are meeting on
Oct 21. Contact: Michelle Barry, firstname.lastname@example.org
INTERESTED IN A CAREER IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS?
Please come to an information session with several top graduate
programs! Representatives from the following international affairs
programs will be on campus Monday, Oct 26 at 5pm in Old Main Chapel:
Columbia University, SIPA Georgetown University, School of Foreign
Service, Johns Hopkins University, SAIS, Princeton University, Woodrow
Wilson School, Tufts University, The Fletcher School. Topics covered
include admissions, financial aid, career paths, joint degrees and
preparation for graduate school.
Contact: Deborah Viles, email@example.com
THINKING ABOUT LAW SCHOOL? LAW SCHOOL FAIR MONDAY, OCT 19 UMC BALLROOM
Do you know someone who is Thinking About Law School? Do you want to
meet admissions' representatives from 100 Law Schools across the
US? Come visit the Law School Fair Monday, Oct 19, 10am-2pm in the UMC
Ballroom. Free and open to all! Bring your questions! Special
Presentation at 12pm in the Aspen Room, Financing Your Legal
Education, by Reyes Aguilar, Associate Dean, Utah Law.
Contact: W Douglas Costain, Prelaw Advisor
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/aac/prelaw.html
RESEARCH STUDY FOR GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL STUDENTS EXAMINING
CAREER AND FAMILY GOALS
Receive $40 for a two-part web-based study (total 1.5 hours) involving
several computer videogame-like tasks and questionnaires examining
career and family goals. You must be a graduate student in the Business
School, Law School, Medical School, College of Engineering or a Natural
Science Department. For more information, or to sign up, visit
http://psych-srv3.colorado.edu/~parklab/gwf/start.php. This study has
been approved by the Human Research Committee at CU-Boulder. Questions
Contact: Bernadette Park
LATE NIGHT: BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Battle of the Bands is back! Program Council, CU Late Night and Student
Programs Office present Battle of the Bands on Friday, October 23rd at
8pm in the Glenn Miller Ballroom. Come check out some awesome
entertainment, provided by your CU rock-star peers! Left Right Tim will
serve as emcees. Free food, fun and tons of music, so save the date -
October 23rd! Get ready to rock!
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (303)492.7109
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentaffairs/latenight/
THE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ENERGY JUSTICE CONFERENCE 2009
Do not miss the highly anticipated Energy Justice Conference. On Oct. 23
& 24, the Center for Energy & Environmental Security is bringing
together leading international and U.S. decision-makers in politics,
engineering, public health, law, business, economics, and innovators in
sciences from around the globe to address the critical needs of the
energy-oppressed poor (EOP). Professors, community members, staff and
students are encouraged to register now. Scholarships are available to
students via http://www.worldenergyjustice.org.
Contact: DSCC at email@example.com or 5-1078
CUSAMS PRESENTS THE BACKYARD ABOLITIONIST TOUR FEATURING PROFESSOR DAVID
BATSTONE, RENOWNED HUMAN TRAFFICKING EXPERT
200,000 slaves are in the US. Be an abolitionist. Monday, Oct 19, 7pm,
CHEM 140. This fast-paced and interactive show features live music,
dynamic media, and a powerful message of freedom for the captives. Come
learn how the people trade operates through a multimedia presentation of
Not for Sale Campaign's undercover investigations, trafficking scenarios
from around the world, intervention strategies, and where the trade is
likely operating around CU.
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/cusams
FISKE PLANETARIUM NEWS!
Explore "Colorado Skies: Extraterrestrial Life" with Julia Demarines on
Thursday at 7:30pm - free with CU ID! Then join Dr. John Stocke in a
special presentation of "Secrets of Polynesian Navigation" on Friday at
7:30pm. This show always sells out, so get your tickets ASAP! Weather
permitting, Sommers-Bausch Observatory opens every Friday at 8pm for
free public viewing! Friday laser shows: 9:30pm Laser Beatles, 10:45pm
Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon, $5 all ages.
Contact: Kerry Manley
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
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