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 Tuesday, September 11, 2007 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter
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 Buffalo Bicycle Classic
Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson, waving, and Professor Cathy Comstock, to his right, begin the Buffalo Bicycle Classic Sunday morning, Aug. 9, 2007. The annual ride raises money for student scholarships within the College of Arts and Sciences. (Photo/Larry Harwood)


Spotlight PhotoText messaging system put to test on first day of class
On Thursday, Aug. 23, CU-Boulder announced a new contract with a firm called Rave Alert, allowing campus officials to send emergency text messages at a moment’s notice via mobile phone to students, faculty and staff members. More >>

Stein Sture leads research and graduate education efforts
On Aug. 1, Stein Sture officially took the reins as dean of the Graduate School and vice chancellor for research, returning to the post he held on an interim basis between fall 2005 and summer 2006. More >>

A voice for the staff: Staff Council
With a presence on more than a dozen university and statewide governmental bodies, Staff Council is a conduit of information for CU-Boulder staff. More >>

Faculty Focus
Our faculty are a source of great pride. In our new series, Inside CU will introduce readers to instructors, professors and research associates who contribute to our learning environment. Our first profile is with Matthew Roeder, assistant professor of music and the associate director of bands, and director of the “Golden Buffalo” Marching Band. More >>

News Center
President Of National Humanities Center To Give Public Talk At CU-Boulder Sept. 12
New CU-Boulder Study Shows Threatened Greenback Cutthroat Trout Populations Involved In Recovery Effort Misidentified
CU Professor To Study Effectiveness Of Treating Children At Risk For Bipolar Disorder
Podcast: CU-Boulder Prof Talks About Impact of FCC Changes to Wireless Rules
More News >>
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Guest Column - Paul Tabolt, Vice Chancellor for Administration

Lessons Learned…
It was not that long ago that news of the Virginia Tech tragedy shocked and saddened the world and particularly those of us in higher education. Most were quick to realize that a tragedy of this nature, or a host of other emergency situations, could befall our campus at any time. During the summer, we asked how would we respond? How would we communicate? Who would communicate to the campus in an emergency situation? More >>


Awards and Kudos
  • IECE selected for Access Colorado grant
  • Ralphie named top mascot
  • Victor Mendez, Ken Morse design new patent technique

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  • Campus alerts provide real-time emergency text messaging, e-mail notifications
  • Disability Services testing accommodation letter to professors revised
  • Constitution Day art competition spotlights speech rights and restrictions
  • Arts & Culture Week kicks off Sept. 13
  • Homecoming 2007 festivities announced
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