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 Tuesday, September 12, 2006 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


Office of International Education Awards
The Office of International Education has created a new student/faculty/staff recognition award program, and we're seeking the first recipients. Eligible candidates may be nominated or may apply for most of the awards. Awards are Campus Global Citizen of the Year 2006, International Student of the Year 2006, SHIP Student of the Year 2006 and Study Abroad Student of the Year 2006. For more information on the awards and how to nominate someone or to apply, visit the web site.

Sneed Appointed Producing Artistic Director for CSF
Philip Charles Sneed has been appointed as the producing artistic director for The Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Sneed will succeed 17-year veteran, Richard M. Devin, who plans to remain based in Boulder, but travel widely as a lighting designer and arts advocate. Sneed's experience incorporates a long career of acting, producing, directing and theatre administration, including a total of sixty-six productions of twenty-two of Shakespeare's plays.

Hogan Advances to Associate Head Coach
CU Women"s Soccer Head Coach Bill Hempen recently announced the promotion of Assistant Coach Paul Hogan to associate head coach. Hogan was key in the soccer team"s recent successes, according to Coach Hempen. In his six-year tenure, Hogan has seen his teams win the 2003 Big 12 Championship and make appearances in three NCAA tournaments. In addition, CU has finished in the league"s top five four straight times.

Boulder Public Library Art Display
Through September at the Boulder Public Library is “Art and Artists: University-Commissioned Artwork.” The 16 original pieces were commissioned by CU-Boulder to be used in print pieces. Many adorn the walls in buildings across campus but have never been on view for the general public. The exhibition showcases both the artists and the works that have brought CU to life across a variety of mediums – from oil paintings, to pen-and-ink sketches, to pastels. Contact Gail Siegel at 2-7084 or for more information.

New ATLAS Building a Technology Beacon

Happy 70th Birthday Artist Series

Jam-packed Arts and Culture Week Kicks Off Academic Year

People Behind the Scenes

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From the Chancellor

September 8, 2006 Campus Address

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CU-Boulder Center For Asian Studies Receives More Than $1.8 Million In Grants

CU-Boulder Students Sell 13,500 'Shoulder To Shoulder' T-Shirts; Goal Is 10,000 This Year

CU-Boulder Officials Clarify 'Two-Strikes' Alcohol Policy

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