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Alphonse Keasley with student. (CU-Boulder file photo)
Chancellor's Second Open Forum
All faculty and staff are invited to the second 2005-2006 Chancellor's Open Forum on Tuesday, Jan. 31. The forum will be held in Old Main Chapel, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., followed by a reception in the Heritage Center.
National Black History Series Featuring CU-Boulder Faculty, Students on PBS
In case you missed it last fall, "The History of Black Achievement in America," a
documentary co-produced by Alphonse Keasley, director of the Minority Arts and
Sciences program and featuring CU-Boulder African American faculty and students,
will air once again in February/March on KBDI Channel 12. The series will air
Saturdays at 1 p.m, starting February 4. The film has received an eight out of ten
rating for film value from DVDTown.com. For more information on the project, read the original CU-Boulder press release.
New Victim Assistance Procedure
The Office of Victim Assistance has implemented a new procedure for emergency contact. Staff will no longer receive emergency pages through UCPD dispatch. A victim advocate now will be available for on-site emergency contact through a cell phone. The number (303) 818-0590 will be accessible Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., except on university holidays. For more information visit the Office of Victim Assistance Web site or call the main line at (303) 492-8855.