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 Tuesday, Jan 24, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Roberto Vasquez leads a procession  in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
Roberto Vasquez, a member of the "I Have A Dream" Foundation of Boulder County, leads a procession from the CU-Boulder campus to the City of Boulder Municipal Building Jan. 11 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. The torch traveled from the state Capitol nearly 1,000 miles around Colorado. (Photo/Patrick Campbell)

Machine Shop Teaches Industrial Skills to Academics
The CU-Boulder Physics Trades Teaching Lab is a unique resource among major universities. By completing one-week, safety-intensive courses in machining and/or welding, students and faculty can gain valuable industrial skills and receive a risk management safety card that provides them access to the lab for as long as they are affiliated with the university. This unique arrangement has empowered students and faculty from all over campus to design and manufacture unique components for a variety of research and creative work. More >>

Spring Updates from Staff Council
Boulder Campus Staff Council has a full schedule of events planned for the spring semester. Community members are welcome and encouraged to join activities. More >>

Inside CU Introduces New Annual "Passages" Feature
When we experience the death of a coworker due to illness, accident or natural causes, it often leaves a personal and professional void. In recognition of the valuable contributions these employees have made in their departments, Inside CU is starting a new annual feature called "Passages." More >>

News Center
CU-Boulder History Professor's Book Inspires PBS Series
A University of Colorado at Boulder history professor's award-winning book about the French and Indian War is the foundation of a new series airing nationally on the Public Broadcasting Service.
CU-Boulder Report Calls for Cleanup of West's Toxic Abandoned Mines
Alerting Westerners to the importance of and widespread support for cleaning up abandoned hardrock mines and their legacy of toxic pollution in Western waterways is the main goal of a new report from the University of Colorado at Boulder's Center of the American West.
CU-Boulder Dean Becomes President of National Association of Schools Of Music
Daniel Sher, dean of the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music, has been named president of the National Association of Schools of Music.
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FROM THE CHANCELLOR


Your TEAM Update, by Mike Bohn, Athletic Director
Winter sports are now in full stride for the Golden Buffaloes, following a productive season for the fall sports programs. We are pleased with the collaboration and support from the campus constituencies, creating reason to believe that the direction of the athletic department – along with the tide of public perception - is moving in a positive direction that we can all be proud of. More >>


AWARDS AND KUDOS

  • Hall Receives Nobel Prize in Sweden
  • Thanks to Midnight Breakfast Volunteers
  • Eckart Schutrumpf Awarded $75,000 for Aristotle Research
  • Dave Martinez Elected NAHJ Denver Student Outreach Coordinator
  • PPL Certified Graduates
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DID YOU KNOW?

  • Chancellor's Second Open Forum
  • National Black History Series Featuring CU-Boulder Faculty, Students on PBS
  • New Victim Assistance Procedure
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