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 Tuesday, July 25, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson
New Chancellor G. P. "Bud" Peterson took the reins at CU-Boulder July 15th. His inaugural Inside CU column is featured in this issue. (Photo/Larry Harwood).

Friends in the Community Promote CU-Boulder Libraries
The Friends of the Libraries is an organization primarily comprised of Boulder community members who are dedicated to assisting the seven CU-Boulder libraries in promoting information and resources available on campus. The approximately 40-year-old organization is one of the oldest in the country, and was initiated by local businessman Wyn Kinsley. More >>

Alan Nelson - CU-Boulder's "Tree Man"
Grounds Manager Alan Nelson has tended the plants and trees on the Boulder campus for the past 20 years—a passion that has led many at the university to know him as CU-Boulder"s “tree man.” More >>

New Feature: People Behind the Scenes
Who keeps our university in top shape? It's the people behind the scenes! From cleaning professionals to accountants, physicians to event coordinators, the university employs a variety of people whose work has an important impact on day-to-day operations. More >>

News Center
CU-Boulder Issues Alert On Flooding For Campus Facilities On Boulder Creek
Officials at the University of Colorado at Boulder are reminding students, faculty and staff that some parts of campus may be prone to flooding, and people who work or live in those areas need to know how to respond appropriately to a flood.
Teen Political Behavior Examined In CU-Boulder Professor's New Study
American teenagers' political views and civic behavior during contentious elections are the focus of a new study starting this summer by Michael McDevitt, associate professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder's School of Journalism and Mass Communication. The study will explore how high schools, media and families contribute to the formation of political identity among teenagers.
Mars Research Topic Of July 27-28 CU-Boulder Talk
The most recent research information on Mars will be highlighted in a talk to be held July 27-28 at the University of Colorado at Boulder's Fiske Planetarium. Research Associate Brian Hynek of CU-Boulder's Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics will present "Update From the Red Planet" on both evenings at 8 p.m.
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Dr. G.P. "Bud" Peterson

Building a Brighter Tomorrow—Together
As I come to the end of my second week as Chancellor of the University of Colorado at Boulder, I look around the campus with a great sense of excitement – excitement that has only increased in the short time since I first visited the campus in early May to meet with the students, faculty and staff. More >>


  • Cass Wins National Photography Awards
  • UMC Addition Receives Green Building Recognition
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  • Next "Your Turn" Deadline
  • Libraries E-Resource Update: Improved ISI Web of Knowledge
  • Watch for the Perseid Meteor Shower
  • Coming Soon: CU EthicsLine
  • New Men's Golf Coach Named
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