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Date: Tue May 08 2012 - 01:35:35 MDT
Date: Tue, 8 May 2012 01:35:35 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 05/08/2012
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 05/08/2012
Student Buff Bulletin
08 May 2012, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Participate in the CU SoNG study and receive $335!
--- Buff One Banking Financial Check-up for Graduating Seniors
--- Stay Safe When E-mailing and Surfing the Web
--- Ever Thought of Becoming a Math or Science Teacher?
--- Textbook Sellback at the CU Book Store
--- HEBR/JWST Core Course, Fall 2012
--- CUConnect Portal to be Retired May 14
--- Solar Eclipse on May 20
--- Learn Classical Greek (Non-Credit Course)
--- Summer Parking Permits Available Now!
--- J. Crew and Program Council Bring You the Madewell Jeans Bus Tour!
--- Earn up to $11/hour this Summer
--- Graduation Reminders!
--- International Student Identification Cards and Passport Applications
PARTICIPATE IN THE CU SONG STUDY AND RECEIVE $335!
The CU Social Neuroscience Lab is looking for volunteers for a study on social,
neural, and genetic processes related to marijuana use. We are looking for
freshmen males 18-19 yrs old who are infrequent marijuana users.
Participants will complete three lab sessions over three years, and will receive
$335 for their participation. Call 303-492-1204 to find out if you are eligible!
Contact: Suzanne Taborsky-Barba
BUFF ONE BANKING FINANCIAL CHECK-UP FOR GRADUATING SENIORS
Congratulations CU grads! Before you leave town, be sure to stop by the UMC
Elevations branch for your FREE financial check-up designed to help you as you
enter this next stage of life. Also, remember you can take your Buff One Banking
account wherever you may roam with our online and mobile banking, access to
28,000 ATMs and 4,500 shared branches nationwide. For more information visit
Additional information: http://www.BuffoneCard.com
STAY SAFE WHEN E-MAILING AND SURFING THE WEB
Don't ruin your day by accepting "free" or "special" offers from the Internet.
Many viruses come packaged in the for m of special e-mail offers ormalicious
websites. If you must use file sharing software, do so with caution. Always log
off public computers and verify the security certificate of web sites you visit
on them. Learn other ways to stay safe when e-mailing and surfing the web by
Contact: IT Service Center: 303-735-4357 (5-HELP) or email@example.com
EVER THOUGHT OF BECOMING A MATH OR SCIENCE TEACHER?
Try it with CU Teach! Register for the spring semester, one-credit course EDUC
2020: STEP 1. Priority given to Frosh/Soph MATH, SCIENCE, OPEN OPTION majors.
REAL teaching experience in local schools. No obligation to apply to the
Teacher Education Program. With CU Teach, you earn a teaching license by the
time you graduate. Up to $10,000/year in scholarships, student loan forgiveness
and paid internships available.
Contact: Julie Andrew
Additional information: http://cuteach.colorado.edu/
TEXTBOOK SELLBACK AT THE CU BOOK STORE
Cash, convenience, competitive prices and we will buy it no matter where you
bought it! The CU Book Store will be buying textbooks April 30-May 15 at the
store in the UMC and locations throughout campus. Download our Free Sell Books
Ap for iPhone or Android for an instant price quote! Search for "University of
Colorado" in either app store. See website for hours, locations, and sellback
Contact: CU Book Store
HEBR/JWST CORE COURSE, FALL 2012
HEBR 2551-3. Secular Jewish Literature, Modern to Contemporary Jews Coming of
Age Core: literature and the arts 3:30-6 pm Mondays
Studies the literary expression of Jewish writers throughout the world. Gives
special attention to questions of secularity versus tradition, identity,
cultural change, diaspora and exile. Taught in English.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-492-7404
Additional information: http://gsll.colorado.edu/
CUCONNECT PORTAL TO BE RETIRED MAY 14
CUConnect (cuconnect.colorado.edu), the original CU-Boulder campus portal, will
be retired on May 14. As of the end of March, the last of the critical
functionality in CUConnect has been transferred to the new campus portal,
MyCUInfo (mycuinfo.colorado.edu). MyCUInfo now serves as the CU-Boulder
campus's central source for online services and information including
registration, online courses, campus news and events, and employee information
Contact: IT Service Center: 303-735-4357 (5-HELP) or email@example.com
Additional information: http://oit.colorado.edu/news/cuconnect-retirement
SOLAR ECLIPSE ON MAY 20
On Sunday, May 20, the southwestern United States will witness an eclipse of
the Sun! The Moon will cover 85-90% of the Sun. Protect your eyes! Get eclipse
shades for watching this rare event. Available at Fiske Planetarium and
McGuckin Hardware for $2 each. Folsom Stadium will open at 5:45 pm on May 20
for eclipse viewing.
Contact: Fiske Main Office 303-492-5002
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
LEARN CLASSICAL GREEK (NON-CREDIT COURSE)
The Classics Department and ALTEC at CU Boulder will offer intensive Beginning
Classical Greek this summer. This non-credit course will cover first year Greek
grammar, from 6/4 to 7/27 (eight weeks, MWF, section 1 at 8-10:30 am or section 2
At 4:30-7pm). For more information contact Mitch Pentzer, firstname.lastname@example.org. No
prior knowledge of Greek necessary. No CU affiliation necessary. Tuition will
be $890; deadline for registering with payment will be Wednesday 5/16.
SUMMER PARKING PERMITS AVAILABLE NOW!
Summer weekday Parking Available for $80 at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church,
2425 Colorado Avenue (across from the engineering center). Come purchase a
permit Monday-Thursday 9 am-4 pm. Call 303-443-2503 or email email@example.com
for more info. Fall and annual permits available in August.
Contact: Amanda Nuku
J. CREW AND PROGRAM COUNCIL BRINGS YOU THE MADEWELL JEANS BUS TOUR!
Ladies of CU! Join us Wednesday, May 9 in the Buffalo Plaza (outside of Folsom
Field) starting at 11 am to try on the latest in J. Crew denim fashion in
their touring silver Airstream trailer. There will also be FREE professional
hairstyling and fashion consultation, all until 6 pm. Start your summer season
off right with J. Crew and Madewell!
Contact: Connie Redfield
EARN UP TO $11/HOUR THIS SUMMER
How about the opportunity to secure a job today that will pay you $400 in
Tuition Assistance this fall? The CU Call Center is currently hiring for summer
positions and they are filling fast! Fill-out an application today.
For more details and to fill out an application online, visit:
http://co.thecallingcenter.com or call 303-541-1440.
Contact: Christy Hileman
You must have regalia to participate in Commencement! Undergraduates should
purchase regalia at the bookstore, graduate students may rent regalia at Balch
Fieldhouse. See the commencement website for details. Please line up in
Norlin Quad by 7:45 a.m. for the procession, or come early and enjoy a free
breakfast, starting at 7 a.m. CONGRATULATIONS!
Contact: Sarah A. Hallock Adderholt
Additional information: http://commencement.colorado.edu
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT IDENTIFICATION CARDS AND PASSPORT APPLICATIONS
Traveling abroad this year?
Sure to stop by TravelClub@CU to pick up your International Student ID Card!
ISIC cards offer discounts on travel packages, activities, airfare and more,
plus great international calling rates, cell phone rentals, and travel
Insurance. Cards will be on sale Wendsday in UMC446 from 9 am-3 pm. TravelClub
staff will also be available to help with passport and visa applications and
Contact Anthony Garcia: firstname.lastname@example.org for information
Contact: Anthony Garcia
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