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 Tuesday, Mar. 28, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Hank Brown and John Hall
President Hank Brown and Nobel Laureate John Hall shake hands during the March 17 celebration in Hall's honor. (Photo/Casey A. Cass)

Entrepreneurial Law Clinic Supports Colorado Law Students, Business Community
Founded in 1998, the Colorado Law School Entrepreneurial Law Clinic is a yearlong program designed to help law students gain practical entrepreneurial and technology law experience while supporting the needs of the local Front Range entrepreneurial community. More >>

The Show-and-Tell of Physics, on a Grand Scale
He"s the wizard behind the CU Wizards, the keeper of the keys, the “governor of toys.” Michael Thomason, director of the Physics Learning Laboratories, is the go-to guy for resources, both actual and virtual, for learning physics. More >>

UMC Food Service Concocts Recipes for Success
UMC Food Service embraces an interactive relationship with its customers to satisfy the wants and needs of CU-Boulder students, faculty, staff and administration. More >>

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World Renowned Planet Hunter To Speak At CU-Boulder April 6
Renowned planet hunter and University of California, Berkeley Professor Geoffrey Marcy, whose research team has discovered more than 100 planets outside the solar system, will speak at the University of Colorado at Boulder on April 6.
CU-Boulder Science Education Project Launched By Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman And Several Campus Departments
A new Science Education Project at the University of Colorado at Boulder created and directed by Distinguished Professor and Nobel Laureate Carl Wieman will incorporate research findings on effective science instruction in the classrooms of four CU-Boulder science departments beginning this fall.
CU-Boulder Announces Development Of Sustainable Energy Initiative
The University of Colorado at Boulder has launched a Renewable and Sustainable Energy Initiative to coordinate the university's already extensive campus resources devoted to energy coursework and research, mobilizing resources to underscore CU-Boulder's leadership in energy innovation.
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Thank You Spring 2006 Survey Participants
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Inside CU spring 2006 Survey. Your input is important to us, and will help form content for Inside CU during the year. Participants who wished to be included in the prize drawings will be informed via email if they have won a prize.


Investigating Intolerance
During the past year, some members of the campus community have been the targeted victims of bias-motivated criminal activity. Others have been made uncomfortable or fearful for their personal safety by virtue of their knowledge of these targeted acts, or more generalized indications of hate, such as racist, sexist or homophobic graffiti placed on the walls of campus buildings. More >>


  • Takács Quartet Wins BBC Music Magazine Award
  • Ethical and Civic Engagement Grants Awarded
  • Marinus G. Smith Award Winners
  • Moe's Bagel for a Book Drive Exceeds 2,000 Books
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  • Women's Resource Center Retiree Dinner
  • April 15 International Festival
  • Women's Studies TRANSforming Gender Symposium
  • Highlight Your Program in 2006 Family Weekend Brochure
  • Blue Ribbon Commission Report Online
  • Staff Council Elections Update
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The Department of Applied Mathematics publishes its annual newsletter in the fall. Its purpose is to share with alumni, friends, faculty and students major events in the department.

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