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Audience listens to panel discussion in UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom in this Conference on World Affairs file photo.
(Photo/Casey A. Cass)
Newcomers, Perennial Favorites Now Appearing at CWA
The 58th annual Conference on World Affairs, "Outside the Comfort Zone," features several new and returning prominent guest speakers. Sessions include keynote addresses by former CIA Director Jim Woolsey and syndicated columnist Jim
Hightower, and talks by Roger Ebert, Patch Adams and others. The conference continues through April 14. For more information visit www.colorado.edu/cwa.
Summer Programs Web Site Now Available
CU-Boulder offers a wide variety of summer program options for elementary, middle, and high school students throughout the summer. From sports camps to camping with wolves, there are programs to inspire and tire every budding athlete, philosopher and scientist. Visit the Summer Programs web site for more information on the breadth of programming available, and sign up early as popular programs fill quickly! Visit Summer Programs Web Site
Faculty/Staff Summer Tuition Waivers Due April 26
Registration for the summer tuition waiver benefit is the first day of class for each summer term. Waiver forms must be signed by your supervisor and submitted by Wednesday, April 26. Registration cannot be guaranteed after this date. Employees choosing to register before the faculty and staff registration date must pay full tuition and fees. For more information, visit the Bursar's Web site.
Reminder: Classified Staff Performance Evaluations Due
All permanent classified staff hired on or before March 31 must be evaluated between April 1 and May 1. The Office of Labor Relations must receive all completed evaluations by May 1. Some departments have earlier deadlines, so please adhere to timelines set by your department. Additional information can be found at http://www.colorado.edu/humres/downloads/BoulderUserGuide2005.pdf (PDF)