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 Tuesday, December 11, 2007 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


Professors of Distinction named by the College of Arts and Sciences
Four professors in the College of Arts and Sciences were named College Professors of Distinction in recognition of their exceptional service, teaching and research or creative work. Russell Monson of ecology and evolutionary biology, Gerard Hauser of communication, Alice Healy of psychology and Charles Judd of psychology were honored at a Dec. 3 event, where they discussed their research. The title Professor of Distinction is held throughout their careers in CU-Boulder's College of Arts and Sciences, and is not to be confused with Distinguished Professor, an honor given to professors campuswide to recognize their excellence in their work, teaching and service.

Buff Energy Star Program announces annual awards
For their energy-saving efforts, building proctors Tito Salas (Fiske), Sheila Goff (Henderson), Laura Vidal (Lesser), Donna Maes (Math) and Maureen Murphy (SLL) will receive a one-time $1,000 cash bonus as part of the Buff Energy Star Award Program. The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration, the Facilities Management Office of Energy Conservation and the UCSU Environmental Center annually recognize and reward building proctors who reduce energy waste. Each reduced energy use by at least five percent from the prior fiscal year. For information about the Buff Energy Star Award or how your building can save energy contact Moe Tabrizi at 303-492-1425

CU-Boulder Buffaloes selected to play in the Independence Bowl
Congratulations on the selection of University of Colorado football team to play the University of Alabama in the PetroSun Independence Bowl in Shreveport, Louisiana on Sunday, Dec. 30. The kickoff will take place at 6 p.m. mountain time. This is the Buffaloes' first appearance in the Independence Bowl, which began in 1976. For more information read the press release.

Navajo rug auction results in $9,312 donation to Museum
The University of Colorado Museum of Natural History received $9,312 in proceeds from the 22nd Annual Benefit Silent Auction, Nov. 8. The Navajo rug auction, held at the Nighthorse Campbell Native Health Building at the Anschutz Medical Campus, included pieces from Two Grey Hills, Crystal, Shiprock, Ganado, the Burnham area and more. The money will support the care and preservation of the museum's Joe Ben Wheat textile collection.

Winter Warmth Drive a success
The annual Winter Warmth Drive collected 403 total pieces, up from last year by 53 pieces. Thank you to everyone who donated coats, outerwear and blankets, which will be distributed to families and individuals in need through more than 20 Boulder County organizations.

Regents praise, approve Flagship 2030

Institute Spotlight: Institute of Cognitive Science

Café Eurest offers a new dining experience on campus

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