From: Student Buff Bulletin (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Tue Jan 25 2011 - 03:37:42 MST
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2011 03:37:42 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 01/24/2011
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 01/24/2011
Student Buff Bulletin
24 January 2011, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Provide a Complete and Accurate Web Address for Your Buff Bulletin
--- New Classes at the Student Rec Center
--- Water Quality Notice to Faculty, Students and Staff from Environmental Health and Safety
--- Spring Language Classes
--- Study Masterpieces of British Lit this Spring, Online!
--- Take Our Quick Survey and You Could Win $75 CU Book Store Gift Card
and an iPod!
--- Need Computer Software or Hardware?
--- Apply for a Paid Position with the Honor Code!
--- Fiske Planetarium Shows!
--- Sustainability Leadership Series Begins Jan. 26, 2011
--- Bowling Leagues, Poker, Drop-In Pool Tournaments and More!
--- Volunteer with International Students
--- Basketball Games Affect Campus Parking and Traffic
--- Branch Out: Screening of "It'll Make Me A World" PBS Documentary Series
--- Follow us Online and Win Great Prizes!
--- Blood Drive Jan. 31, Feb. 1, Feb. 7 and 8
PROVIDE A COMPLETE AND ACCURATE WEB ADDRESS FOR YOUR BUFF BULLETIN
Please check your URL (web site) before submitting a Buff Bulletin (BB)
message. URLs require a FULL web address in order to be clickable on all of
the various campus email reading software such as MS Outlook, Eudora, or
Entourage. A complete address begins with http:// (or https:// for secure
sites) rather than just www, etc. Verify correct navigation of the URL prior
to submission by clicking on it yourself first to be sure that it directs
the user to your site.
Contact: Melanie O. Massengale, 2-2442, Melanie.Massengale@Colorado.EDU
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ememo/checklist.html
NEW CLASSES AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
New classes in Latin Dance/Cuban Salsa, Belly Dance, Massage Techniques,
Women's Self Defense, European Fencing, and Adult Learn-to-Swim are just
beginning the week of Jan. 24. In addition, it's still not too late to
register for Aerobics, Martial Arts, Indoor Cycling, Master's Swim,
Pilates, and Yoga. Registration is available "in person" at the
Recreation Center cashier, and is open to CU Students and Adult Members only.
Contact: Fitness & Wellness Program, 303-492-5258
WATER QUALITY NOTICE TO FACULTY, STUDENTS AND STAFF FROM ENVIRONMENTAL
HEALTH AND SAFETY
Everyone at CU shares the same job: protecting our water quality. The
Environmental Protection Agency and the Colorado Department of Public
Health and Environment requires EH&S to notify the campus of our
responsibility to ensure water quality. Go to
http://www.colorado.edu/ehs/pdf/Water%20Quality%20Notice.pdf on EH&S's
home page under "What's New" to find out ways you can protect water
quality at CU. If you have any questions or comments, please contact EH&S
at 303-492-6025 or EHS@Colorado.edu.
Contact: Sherril Potter
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ehs
SPRING LANGUAGE CLASSES
Add a new language to your impressive list of conquests. The Anderson
Language & Technology Center (ALTEC), located in Hellems, is offering
eight-week language courses in American Sign Language, French, Italian,
Japanese, Spanish and Swedish. These non-credit classes are open to all CU
staff, faculty, grad students, retirees, spouses and Boulder community
members. See website to register. Classes begin on Feb. 7.
Contact: David Nicoll
Additional information: http://altec/languageclasses/index.shtml
STUDY MASTERPIECES OF BRITISH LIT THIS SPRING, ONLINE!
Ten-week course explores depictions of heroes, honor and courage: Sir
Gawain and the Green Knight, Henry IV, Paradise Lost, Frankenstein, A
Christmas Carol, and more! Approved for arts and sciences CORE curriculum:
literature and the arts. Three papers, three discussion posts. Register
today, ENGL 1500-581. $306/credit hour tuition separate from main campus
TAKE OUR QUICK SURVEY AND YOU COULD WIN $75 CU BOOK STORE GIFT CARD AND AN
Take this quick survey about textbook sellback and you will be entered to
win a $75 CU Book Store gift card and an iPod! The survey is available at
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/QHSMT7M. The deadline is Tuesday, Feb. 1 at
8 am MST.
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
NEED COMPUTER SOFTWARE OR HARDWARE?
Did you know that as a student at CU-Boulder you can purchase academically
priced software, computer systems from Apple, Dell and HP, and software
licenses at extremely reduced prices? This includes a wide variety of
Adobe and Microsoft products. For more information visit the CU Book Store.
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
APPLY FOR A PAID POSITION WITH THE HONOR CODE!
The Honor Code is now accepting applications for the paid position of
Director of Investigations on the Honor Council. The Honor Code is an
entirely student-run administrative office that handles academic integrity
on campus. We are looking for hard working and dedicated individuals who
want to make a difference on campus. For more information on necessary
qualifications or the application process, please review the application at
Contact: Elizabeth Thurston
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/honorcode
FISKE PLANETARIUM SHOWS!
Explore "Colorado Skies: Lunar Science" with Matt Benjamin Jan. 27 at 7:30
pm - FREE with CU ID! Consider "The Crowded Sky" on Friday at 7:30 pm.
Weather permitting, Sommers-Bausch Observatory (SBO) open every Friday 8
pm for FREE public viewing! Friday laser shows - 9:30 Laser Outkast, 10:45
pm Pink Floyd: The Wall - $7 all ages. Saturday afternoon family shows - 2
pm Stars and Lasers, 3:15 pm Laser: Peter & Wolf.
Contact: Jacque Sykes
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SERIES BEGINS JAN. 26, 2011
The CU Environmental Center's Sustainable Practices Program will present
a spring series of brown bag lunch presentations on important
sustainability topics for the university, local businesses, and community
at large, from noon to 1:00 p.m. on Wednesdays, January 26 through April
27, 2011. The Jan. 26 presentation is -How Does Sustainability Create
Value for an Organization?- with Environmental Center Director Dave
Newport, in UMC Room 353.
Contact: E-Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
BOWLING LEAGUES, POKER, DROP-IN POOL TOURNAMENTS AND MORE!
C'mon and play! It's time to register for Sunday Night Bowling League-only
$100 per four-person team! Check out our other special weekly events: Monday
Night Bowling - two hrs @ $7pp; Tuesday Night FREE Poker Tournaments;
Wednesday Drop-in Pool Tournaments @ $2pp; Wednesday Singles Bowling
Tournaments and more! We've got food, beverage, HDTVs, games arcade, free
Wii - a lot of fun for little or no cost! Open seven days/week, The
Connection, 1st floor UMC.
Contact: email@example.com, 303-492-5461
Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/theconnection
VOLUNTEER WITH INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
The International English Center at CU Boulder seeks native English speakers
to volunteer with our Conversation Partner Program. Meet with an IEC student
for one hour a week and talk about different topics ranging from school,
travel, etc. Currently we have students from over 20 countries. This
program is a great opportunity to learn about another culture and share
your own. Please contact Camille at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-5547
with questions or for an application.
BASKETBALL GAMES AFFECT CAMPUS PARKING AND TRAFFIC
It's basketball season. CU plays Kansas Jan. 25, 6 p.m. On game days,
traffic occurs near Coors Events Center, typically one hour before to an
hour after the game. If you are a permit holder returning to campus during
a game and your lot is full, attendants may direct you to alternate
parking. Please move your vehicle into your permitted lot before 7:30 the
next morning. Visit http://www.cubuffs.com for the men's and women's
Contact: Susannah Storch
Additional information: http://www.cubuffs.com
BRANCH OUT: SCREENING OF "IT'LL MAKE ME A WORLD" PBS DOCUMENTARY SERIES
In recognition of Black History Month, the Dennis Small Cultural Center
invites you to come to a screening of "It'll Make Me A World." This
documentary-style PBS Series explores African American jazz artists from
the twentieth century. This is a satellite event of the Langston Hughes
Project, and it is free and open to the public. This event will take place
on Wednesday, Feb. 2 at 6 pm in UMC 457. Refreshments will be provided!
Contact: DSCC 303-735-1078 or email@example.com
FOLLOW US ONLINE AND WIN GREAT PRIZES!
Get great career advice, be the first to know about special career events
on campus, and win great prizes in our doorprize drawings! Follow us
online on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogger and CSO's Careers in the
BUFF weekly newsletter. We'll be doing prize drawings on Facebook,
Twitter, Blogger and Careers in the BUFF, so make sure to join!
CSO and Careers in the BUFF:
Contact: Career Services, 303-492-6541
BLOOD DRIVE JAN. 31, FEB. 1, FEB. 7 AND 8
Blood drive next week. UMC. You have what it takes to save a life. Boulder
Staff Council sponsors Bonfils Blood drive four days at the UMC room
382-386 10 am-3:30 pm. Jan. 31, Feb. 1, Feb. 7 and 8. For on line
appointment go to http://www.bonfils.org use site code 0248 or call
303-363-2300. Thank you for your donation to help save lives.
Contact: Lori Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org
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