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A sculpture from the Library Mice series, which was created for an exhibit at the Boulder Public Library Canyon Gallery in the Spring of 2007.
(Photo courtesy Lisa Michot)
Come to the Farrand Field grand opening
Join Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson at the dedication ceremony for newly renovated Farrand Field this Friday, Aug. 17 at 12:30 p.m. The field renovation is the final piece in a comprehensive plan to improve outdoor recreational needs, funded by student fees. The stage is an open pavilion for concerts and other events. The surrounding stone sitting wall, funded by donations from the graduating class of 2006, borders the north and west sides of the field, and the west stone arch entryway is a gift from the class of 2004.
Papier-mâché Mice on display in Norlin Library west lobby
A new exhibit featuring papier-mâché mice is showcased at the Norlin Library through Aug. 21. Sculptor Lisa Michot was inspired by everyday activities to bring these mice to life. The display includes library mice at work on computers, reading books and representing their favorite Greek organization. Each figurine has its unique style that reflects trends with college students today. The exhibit can be seen on the north and south side of the entrance hall in the Norlin Library. For more information visit Lisa Michot.
CU co-hosts Colorado Medical Development Symposium Aug. 22
The University of Colorado Technology Transfer Office and the Colorado BioScience Association will co-host the 2007 Medical Device Development Symposium on Aug. 22 at the Timbers Hotel in Denver. The event will take place in three different sequences--a BioBreakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., the symposium from 9:15 a.m. to noon, and a networking luncheon from noon to 1 p.m. The event brings together major medical research industries and services to discuss and improve different facets of medical development from all major Colorado research institutions. Each part of the event is free to CBSA members and participating faculty. The charge for non-members to attend the BioBreakfast is $50 and $25 for the symposium. For more information visit the event website.
|CU Student Liset Galvan, foreground, and other admission's tour leaders gather in the "green dorm room" in Baker Hall. The room is an example of how students can leave a smaller environmental footprint by utilizing new technology such as mini flourescent bulbs, fans instead of AC and computers with energy saving software.
Model dorm room shows prospective students how to "go green"
Collaboration between the Baker Hall Residential Academic Program (RAP), Housing, Admissions and the Environmental Center is giving prospective students a "green" taste of dorm life. Complimenting the model dorm room in Farrand Hall, the new room in Baker showcases green products such as organic cotton sheets, recycled-content school supplies and Energy Star rated appliances. Signs explain how to make greener choices in purchasing and using products and appliances. To arrange a visit contact the Baker Hall RAP.
New "Acronyms" list unscrambles CU's alphabet soup
What's in a name? ALTEC, BFA, ITP, UMAS—who are they? The new Boulder Campus Acronyms list offered on the Office of Internal Communications website translates those cryptic initials that label many of the places, groups, and initiatives on campus. Our goal is to include everything from ABS to the WRC, and we need your help! If the campus acronym you've encountered is not decoded there, please contact us to have it added.
Centerplate offers employee discounts for campus events
Centerplate is the catering company that manages the Byron White Stadium club and provides all catering for the club, suites and concessions at Folsom Field, and occasions at the Coors Events Center. Centerplate offers a special discount to all CU employees and contributing alumni on their services. For more information contact Deseri Martinez, director of catering, (303) 492-3663.