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Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2010 01:37:57 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 10/04/2010
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 10/04/2010
Student Buff Bulletin
04 October 2010, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Campus Alert System Test Thursday, Oct. 14
--- Graduate Christian Fellowship Presents: How to Listen Well
--- The Art and Science of Web Design, Wednesday, Oct. 6 at
12:30 pm in Norlin Commons E113
--- Marie C. Wilson: Add Women, Change Everything!
--- A Woman's Guide to Basic Car Care
--- Fiske Planetarium Shows!
--- The Women's Resource Center is HIRING!
--- College of Music Events - Oct. 4-10
--- Erasmus Mundus (European Union) Graduate Scholarship
Program Interes Meeting
--- Connections Night - A Fun Night Bringing the GLBTQIA
--- This Week at The International Film Series
--- SASC's Leaving Willard: Got stories?
--- Culture Sip: African Culture
--- Student Groups- Get office space in the UMC!
--- Art in France Interest Meeting: Oct. 7
--- Boren Study Abroad Scholarship Meeting Oct. 6
CAMPUS ALERT SYSTEM TEST - THURSDAY, OCT. 14
CU-Boulder will test the Campus Alerts emergency messaging system on
Thursday, Oct. 14. Students, faculty and staff who have signed up to receive
emergency messages via cell phone, emails or both will receive notifications
shortly after 12 p.m. on Oct. 14. If you have not yet signed up to receive
emergency alerts, visit http://www.colorado.edu/alerts/ . Users are
encouraged to save Campus Alerts to their phone contacts so that calls may
be easily identified.
Contact: ITS Help Desk, 5-HELP, help@colorado.EDU
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/alerts/
GRADUATE CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP PRESENTS: HOW TO LISTEN WELL
Want to be a better listener? InterVarsity's Graduate Christian Fellowship
invites you to an evening with Jan and Ron Welch (psychologist and Denver
Seminary professor)! Join us this Thursday, Oct. 7 at St. Andrew
Presbyterian Church (3700 Baseline Rd) for homemade pizza at 6 pm, followed
by a presentation and discussion at 7 pm. Listening well takes work - join
us as we learn how to do it better! More information about GCF at
THE ART AN SCIENCE OF WEB DESIGN, WEDNESDAY OCT. 6 AT 12:30 pm
Should web design classes be held in Art Departments or Computer Science
Departments or elsewhere? Explore both the artistic and scientific aspects
of designing for the Web and the ways in which the web design profession
demands an understanding and appreciation of both art and science.
University Libraries Learner's Lunch series.
MARIE C. WILSON: ADD WOMEN, CHANGE EVERYTHING!
An advocate of women's issues for 30 years, Marie C. Wilson is founder and
president of The White House Project, co-creator of Take Our Daughters and
Sons to Work Day and author of Closing the Leadership Gap: Why Women Can and
Must Help Run the World. Campus and Boulder communities are welcome to come
hear Marie's call to action for Women in Politics on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from
5:30-6:30 pm in UMC Room 235.
Contact: Hannah Wilks, Hannah.firstname.lastname@example.org
A WOMAN'S GUIDE TO BASIC CAR CARE
The Women's Resource Center and the Sugar Free Feminism Series invites women
to come learn basic car maintenance with a local female auto-mechanic,
Sydney LaSasso. Sydney will be answering questions and showing us some basic
preventative maintenance measures that every woman should know. Come learn
how to change a tire, check your oil and make sure your car is running
safely, starting at 5 pm on Oct. 7 in the WRC (UMC 416)!
Contact: Emily Shipley, email@example.com
FISKE PLANETARIUM SHOWS!
Explore "Colorado Skies: Cassini Update" on Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 pm -
FREE with CU ID! Then consider "The Crowded Sky Premier!" on Friday at 7:30
pm. Weather permitting, Sommers-Bausch Observatory (SBO) opens every Friday
8:30 pm for FREE public viewing! Friday laser shows: 9:30 pm Laser
Metallica, 10:45 pm Laser Tool, $7 all ages. Saturday afternoon family shows
- 2 pm "The Planets Uncovered", 3:15 pm "Laser Perseus and Andromeda."
Contact: Jacque Sykes
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
THE WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER IS HIRING!
The WRC is hiring for a Co-Marketing Coordinator, a paid student staff
position. Work in a fun, women-centered environment, develop leadership
skills and work towards social justice and gender equity! Applicants should
have some design background, marketing experience, and proficiency in
Photoshop or Illustrator; and must be enrolled at CU for three semesters
starting Spring 2010. The application and job description are available on
our website (UMC 416). Due Monday, Oct. 25 in the WRC!
Contact: Becky Jewell, firstname.lastname@example.org
COLLEGE OF MUSIC EVENTS - OCT. 4-10
Tuesday, Oct. 5, 7:30 pm, Grusin Music Hall
FACULTY TUESDAY-Christina Jennings, flute
Wednesday,Oct. 6, 7 pm, Broomfield Auditorium
CU IN BROOMFIELD - The Music of Oscar Holden
Friday, Oct. 8, 7:30 pm, Macky Auditorium
ARTIST SERIES - Hal Holbrook in "Mark Twain Tonight!" celebrating Macky's
100th Anniversary ($) - SOLD OUT - Call for waitlist information
Saturday, Oct. 9, 8 am -1 pm, C-199
PIANO PEDAGOGY WORKSHOP - Martha Baker Jordan,piano
Saturday, Oct. 9, 10 am, Grusin Music Hall
HORN STUDIO RECITAL - In honor of Stephen Dudley
Sunday, Oct. 10, 4 pm, Grusin Music Hall
TAKACS CHAMBER SERIES - Guest soloist Di Wu, piano ($)
Events are free/open to the public unless noted with ($).
Contact: CU Presents Box Office, 303-492-8008
Additional information: http://music.colorado.edu/events/
ERASMUS MUNDUS (EUROPEAN UNION) GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM INTEREST
Come to an information session for the ERASMUS MUNDUS European Union
Scholarship Program. This program funds study at European Union universities
for students pursuing masters or doctorate degrees. Thursday, Oct. 7, 3 pm
in UMC 245.
Contact: Kim Kreutzer, email@example.com
COMMUNITY NIGHT- A FUN NIGHT BRINGING THE GLBTQIA COMMUNITY TOGETHER
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans-gender, Queer, Inter-sexed or Allied? Looking
for a fun place to have an exciting time and meet people like you? The
Connection, UMC 1st floor, is holding a Connections Night every 1st and 3rd
Thursday from 8-10 pm. $5 gets you unlimited bowling, pool, Wii and poker
from 8 pm-10 pm. Every 3rd Thursday also features a DANCE PARTY! Come out
and celebrate our diverse community!
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-492-6338
Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/theconnection
THIS WEEK AT THE INTERNATIONAL FILM SERIES
Wednesday night, Oct. 6 BREATHLESS, "50th anniversary restoration." at 7 pm
and 9 pm
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 7 and 8 THE SICILIAN GIRL, "A factual account of
large-scale corruption." at 7 pm and 9 pm at 9:15 pm.
Saturday, Oct. 9 LIFE DURING WARTIME,
"Solondz's sequel to Happiness." at 7 pm and 9:15 pm
Contact: Pablo Kjolseth
Additional information: http://www.internationalfilmseries.com
SASC'S LEAVING WILLARD: GOT STORIES?
Willard Hall was home to campus diversity programs for 20+ years. When SASC
moves out next week, that era ends. Sub-scribe, SASC's online magazine,
wants to preserve the stories of our multicultural neighborhood. Come to
Willard 352 on Tuesday, Oct. 5, from 12-1 pm, or Wednesday, Oct. 6, from
4-5 pm, and tell your tales of love, learning, lounging, haunting, snacking,
napping, raising heck or anything else you remember about your days in
Contact: julia willis
Additional information: http://colorado.edu/sasc
CULTURE SIP: AFRICAN CULTURE
Do you like to meet new people and learn about new cultures? Would you like
to know a bit more about the African culture? Well come visit the Dennis
Small Cultural Center for an event that will highlight African culture
through art and awareness! Come Sip, Connect and Relax on Thursday, Oct. 14
(4-5 pm) in UMC 457.
Contact: DSCC email@example.com or 303-735-1078
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc
STUDENT GROUPS - GET OFFICE SPACE IN THE UMC!
Here's your chance to get office space for your student group in the UMC for
the 2011 spring semester! To apply, fill out an application and submit it by
12 pm, Friday, Oct. 22 to UMC 305. You'll find applications in the CUSG
office in UMC 125, UMC Administration office in UMC 305, or download one
from the link below. Act now - an office can really help your group stay
organized and grow!
Contact: UMC Administration: 303-492-8832
Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/about/officeSpace.html
ART IN FRANCE INTEREST MEETING: OCT. 7
This unique program in Paris offers unforgettable insights into French art
from the Revolution to the Paris Commune; from 1870 to present. Led by
Frances Charteris, classes are held in museums and on site, covering the
birth of photography and film, and the African-American presence in the City
of Light. Participants are encouraged to experience French life by going to
open air markets, jazz clubs and festivals. Interest meeting: Thursday, Oct.
7 4-5 pm, UMC 335.
BOREN STUDY ABROAD SCHOLARSHIP MEETING OCT. 6
Studying abroad in a non-traditional location next year? Studying a
non-traditional language? The Boren undergraduate scholarships support study
abroad in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and Latin American
(Europe/Oceania/SAS excluded). The Boren deadline is January 31 for study
abroad during the 2011-2012 academic year, so advance planning is necessary!
To learn more, attend an informational meeting: Wednesday, Oct 6 at 5 pm,
Contact: Cindy Kraft, Cindy.Kraft@Colorado.EDU
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu
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