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 Tuesday, July 11, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Colorado Shakespeare Festival The Tempest
The 2006 season of the Colorado Shakespeare Festival kicked off July 7 with "The Tempest." The festival continues through Aug. 19 with "As You Like It", "The Merchant of Venice" and "Unexpected Shaxpere!" For more information visit the Colorado Shakespeare Festival web site.

In the Spotlight with Jeff Lipton, Facilities Management
The architectural beauty of the Boulder campus is world renowned and our buildings often are viewed as the face of the university. In this series, "In the Spotlight," we ask CU-Boulder building directors to give us a behind-the-scenes look at the facilities and programs they manage - along with a glimpse into their personalities. More >>

Laboratory Staff Makes for Good Chemistry
Each year a dedicated staff from the department of chemistry and biochemistry coordinates laboratory experiences for well over 5,000 undergraduate students. The staff handles everything from the preparation of classroom lecture demonstrations, to ensuring labs are stocked with the proper equipment and chemicals, to training teaching assistants on specific lab procedures and techniques. More >>

Parent Perspective: Enjoy This New Stage of Parenthood With Your Student
As you prepare your son or daughter to leave for college our hope is that we can give you some advice to help YOU prepare as well. As parents of one graduate and three current students, ages 19–24, who have attended colleges near and far, we offer some advice. More >>

Your Turn
This new segment featuring perspectives of CU-Boulder faculty and staff kicks off today with the following submissions on our first question, "What topics do you want to explore in this column and why?" More >>

News Center
High School Students Explore Engineering At CU-Boulder Success Institute
Twenty-eight high school students with a curiosity for math, science and technology will take a break from the swimming pool and head back to the classroom this week for a summer camp that brings engineering to life.
Nature's Precise Engineering Examined At CU-Boulder Physics Lecture
Examples of materials engineered by nature and ways human engineers can mimic the processes that create natural materials will be discussed at a free public lecture July 12 at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
CU-Boulder Researcher Elected American Polar Society President
University of Colorado at Boulder Senior Research Associate John Behrendt, a fellow emeritus of the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, has been elected president of the American Polar Society for a two-year term.
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Accessibility on Campus - Past and Present
For those not familiar with its activities, the Chancellor's Committee on Program Accessibility—also known simply as the Program Accessibility Committee (PAC)—was formed shortly following passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. More >>


  • Keasley Tells Behind-the-Scenes Story of U.S. Constitution on PBS
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  • Campus Pandemic Flu Web Site Now Online
  • Do You Know Your IdentiKey?
  • Wardenburg Offering Acupuncture and Massage Therapy Sessions
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The Peace and Conflict Studies newsletter highlights yearly accomplishments, gives an overview of the program and provides faculty profiles. The newsletter also provides information on student opportunities and an update on alumni of the program, as well as a look at future plans.

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