Student Buff Bulletin 09/14/2010

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    Student Buff Bulletin
    14 September 2010, Tuesday

    A Boulder Campus digest of current events

    In this issue:

    --- Did You Order a CU Presents Concert Card when You
        Registered?
    --- Engineering Review Forum, Sept. 17
    --- Jon Stewart's Award Winning Interview
    --- Feeling Down? Struggling with Stress? Worried about
        Relationship Problems?
    --- Global Citizen Awards
    --- Oceania! Australia and New Zealand Study Abroad Options
    --- Study Abroad in China/Taiwan! Interest Meeting Sept. 16
    --- Study Abroad in Asia! Interest Meeting Sept. 16
    --- Study Abroad in Thailand! Interest Meeting Sept. 15
    --- CEB Upcoming Funding Cycle and New Member Applications!
    --- More, More, More at Your UMC!
    --- This Week at The International Film Series
    --- Service Learning and AmeriCorps Office Offering Student
        Scholarships
    --- Volunteer for the 63rd Annual Conference on World Affairs!

    DID YOU ORDER A CU PRESENTS CONCERT CARD WHEN YOU REGISTERED?

    If you ordered a Concert Card at registration, now is the time to pick it up! Concert Cards are not mailed. To get your card, bring your BuffOne card to the CU Presents Box Office in the main lobby of the University Club. We're open 9 am-4 pm
    Monday-Friday. You can use your Concert Card for 2010-11 Artist Series and CU Opera performances.
    Contact: CU Presents Box Office (303) 492-8008
    Additional information: http://cupresents.org

    ENGINEERING REVIEW FORUM, SEPT. 17

    On Friday, Sept. 17 the Office of Faculty Affairs will host a community forum on the theme of advancing engineering research and teaching at CU-Boulder. The goal of the forum is to generate a conversation about the future of the six engineering departments. The forum will be held from 3 - 4:30 pm in the Discovery Learning Center (DLC) Collaboratory (1B70). The public and CU faculty, staff and students are invited.
    Contact: Andre Grothe
    Additional information:
    https://facultyaffairs.colorado.edu/events/fall-academic-forum

    JON STEWART'S AWARD WINNING INTERVIEW

    The LA Times claims that this interview got Jon Stewart the Emmy over Conan.
    http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/mon-may-10-2010/jack-rakove. Pulitzer Prize winning historian Jack Rakove will give a public lecture sponsored by the Center for Western Civilization. The author of "Original Meanings" will speak
    on "A Politician Thinking: The Creative Mind of James Madison." Thursday, Sept.16 in Hellems 252 beginning at 5 pm. Refreshments will be served following the talk.
    Contact: Vincent.McGuire Vincent.McGuire@colorado.edu

    FEELING DOWN? STRUGGLING WITH STRESS? WORRIED ABOUT RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS?

    Affordable psychotherapy is available at the Raimy Psychology Training Clinic in the Muenzinger Psychology Building on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus. Special low rates are available for all CU-Boulder students. Raimy Clinic therapists can provide help coping with: stress, depression,
    anxiety, relationship and couples' issues and other difficulties. Brief and long-term treatments are available.
    For more information, call:
    Contact: Kyle Davis, M.A. : 303-492-5177 Or email raimy@colorado.edu
    Additional information: http://psych.colorado.edu/~clinical/raimy.html

    GLOBAL CITIZEN AWARDS

    The Office of International Education (OIE) is pleased to announce the OIE Global Citizens Awards to recognize outstanding contributions to international understanding by members of the UCB community. The following awards will be
    given to one individual each for 2010: Campus Global Citizen of the Year, Muneeb Kamal Int'l Student of the Year and Study Abroad Student of the Year. Nominations (or applications) are due Oct. 1. For more info please visit the website below.
    Contact: Janet Garcia (janet.garcia@colorado.edu)
    Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/OIE/GlobalCitizenAwards.html

    OCEANIA! AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND STUDY ABROAD OPTIONS
    Did you know that CU-Boulder offers over 30 programs to study in Australia or New Zealand? You can enroll at a local university, live in dorms or apartments and take courses in almost every major -all while exploring the amazing landscapes of Australia or New Zealand. AustraLearn is CU's primary provider to this region - join our informational meeting with Study Abroad staff and an
    AustraLearn representative: Thursday, Sept. 16, 5-6:30 pm, Hellems 211.
    Contact: Nathan Frank (Nathan.Frank@Colorado.EDU)
    Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu

    STUDY ABROAD IN CHINA/TAIWAN! INTEREST MEETING SEPT. 16

    Interested in studying abroad in China or Taiwan? CU-approved programs are available to students of any language level and major! Come to an informational meeting where you will have an opportunity to get first hand information about our CIEE programs in China and Taiwan. The CIEE Asia Region program director will be the special guest! Thursday, Sept. 16, 3:30 - 4:30 pm, Atlas 229.
    Contact: Sylvie.Burnet-jones@Colorado.EDU
    Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu

    STUDY ABROAD IN ASIA! INTEREST MEETING SEPT. 16

    Learn about exciting study abroad opportunities in Cambodia, India, Korea and Vietnam! Come to an informational meeting where you will have an opportunity to get first hand information about our CIEE programs in these areas. The CIEE
    Asia program director will be the special guest! Thursday, Sept 16, 4:30 - 5:30 pm, Atlas 229.
    Contact: Sylvie.Burnet-jones@Colorado.EDU
    Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu

    STUDY ABROAD IN THAILAND! INTEREST MEETING SEPT. 15

    Study Abroad in Thailand! Two CU-approved programs through CIEE offer exciting opportunities to study Development, Globalization and Public Health issues. Come to an informational meeting and meet CIEE's Asia Region program director. Wednesday, Sept. 15, 12 - 1 pm, UMC 353.
    Contact: Sylvie.Burnet-jones@Colorado.EDU
    Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu

    CEB UPCOMING FUNDING CYCLE AND NEW MEMBER APPLICATIONS!

    Interested in hosting a cultural event during January/February 2011? CEB will be having its third funding cycle this October to help groups create culturally-relevant and diverse programming. The budget deadline is Sept.23, in SOFO. Interested in joining CEB? The application is posted on our website or contact Myron Funchess at student.outreach.ceb@gmail.com. The application deadline is
    Oct.11. It's a great opportunity to impact cultural programming, so check it out!
    Contact: Myron Funchess
    Additional information: http://www.culturaleventsboard.org

    MORE, MORE, MORE AT YOUR UMC!

    What else do you want to see? Keep the comments coming about all the changes at the new Alfred Packer Restaurant & Grill. Our makeover is still in progress. A few things to look forward to are 125 more dining room seats to choose from,
    the new Baby Doe's Coffee & Bakery and more events! Keep stopping by to see the latest changes and be on the lookout for the Grand Opening in October!
    Contact: robin.margolin@colorado.edu
    Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/about/comments.html

    THIS WEEK AT THE INTERNATIONAL FILM SERIES

    Wednesday, Sept. 15, MISSISSIPPI MERMAID @ 7 & 9:15.

    Wednesday, Sept. 16, and Thursday, Sept. 17, THE NATURE OF EXISTENCE @ 7 & 9pm.

    Saturday, Sept. 19, RED RIDING TRILOGY: 1974, 1980, 1983 Showing @ 6, 8 @ 10 respectively. For more information please visit us at www.internationalfilmseries.com.
    Contact: Pablo Kjolseth
    Additional information: http://www.internationalfilmseries.com

    SERVICE LEARNING AND AMERICORPS OFFICE OFFERING STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

    Start planning to volunteer now and earn scholarship money by enrolling in UCAN Serve AmeriCorps. Limited slots available now! For more information, check
    http://servicelearning.colorado.edu/, call 303-492-7718 or email us at acorps@colorado.edu
    Contact: Jesse Bedirian
    Additional information: http://servicelearning.colorado.edu/.

    VOLUNTEER FOR THE 63RD ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON WORLD AFFAIRS!

    Each year, over one hundred professionals from various fields come to Boulder to participate in panels and engage with students. CWA provides the unique opportunity for students to be part of the largest event on campus, make great
    connections and have fun. Be part -The Conference on everything conceivable- and join us for food and information at our first student meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 6 pm in ENVD 120.
    Contact: Max Bohning
    Additional information: http://colorado.edu/cwa

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