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 Tuesday, October 10, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Homecoming parade
Dennis Van Gerven, professor of anthropology, served as Grand Marshall of the Homecoming parade Saturday, Oct. 7. (Photo by Patrick Campbell)

Residential Academic Program Spotlight - Baker RAP
The Baker Hall RAP reaches out to students interested in natural and environmental sciences, and it also gains much popularity from students who simply enjoy nature and the outdoors. More >>

CU-Boulder's Raimy Psychology Clinic Provides Therapy to Campus Community
For many people suffering from depression, anxiety or relationship problems, sometimes it feels as if there is nowhere to turn. At CU-Boulder, faculty, students and staff who feel they may need therapy can contact the Raimy Psychology Clinic. More >>

Center Creates a Supportive Environment for GLBT Students
There's an optimal combination of fast-paced activity, home-like comfort, serious discussion and just plain fun that welcomes students to college life at CU-Boulder. For gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) students, feeling welcome is particularly crucial. More >>

People Behind the Scenes
Who keeps our university in top shape? It's the people behind the scenes! Meet Paul Jerde, executive director, Deming Center for Entrepreneurship. More >>

News Center
Gilbert F. White, 'Father Of Floodplain Management' And World-Renowned CU-Boulder Professor, Dies At 94
Gilbert F. White, known worldwide as the "father of floodplain management" and one of the most distinguished and internationally recognized faculty members at the University of Colorado at Boulder, died on Oct. 5 at his home in Boulder. He was 94.
CU's ATLAS Institute Invites Campus And Public To See, Experience And Tour Unique Building Devoted To Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
A daylong open house featuring theater performances, a film premiere, panel discussions, an improvisational jazz performance and a broadcast studio demonstration, among other events, is set for Friday, Oct. 13, from 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the newly opened ATLAS building at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Part Of Human Brain Functions Like A Digital Computer, According To CU-Boulder Professor
A region of the human brain that scientists believe is critical to human intellectual abilities surprisingly functions much like a digital computer, according to psychology Professor Randall O'Reilly of the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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FROM THE CHANCELLOR
Dr. G.P. "Bud" Peterson

Chancellor's Standing Committee on GLBT Issues Strives for Equality
The Chancellor's Standing Committee on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Issues was formed by Chancellor Jim Corbridge in fall 1993. After Colorado voters passed Amendment 2, denying fundamental civil rights to same-sex partners, Chancellor Corbridge appointed a task force to evaluate the campus climate for the GLBT community. More >>


AWARDS AND KUDOS

  • Pielke Receives Eduard Bruckner Prize
  • Fall Convocation Awards and Events
  • Department of Human Resources Excellence 2006 Awardees
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DID YOU KNOW?

  • A Taste Bud Explosion
  • Family Weekend
  • A Hearty Welcome from the Retired Staff Association
  • Be Prepared for Flu Season
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