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 Tuesday, March 11, 2008 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter
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  Asian Day
Cathy Ishida, Japan project coordinator for the Center for Asian Studies, teaches steps for a traditional Japanese "obon" dance to Asia Day participants, including Chancellor G.P. "Bud" Peterson and his wife, Val (background at left) in the Eaton Humanities building March 8. The seventh annual Asian Day festivities featured interactive Asian arts and cultural demonstrations, talks and tasty Asian food samples. (Photo/Glenn J. Asakawa/University of Colorado)

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

SpotlightConcerns raised by Campus Press opinion piece generate dialogue, action
The recent controversy sparked by an opinion piece published in the Campus Press, a student managed, online publication, has raised many issues for the CU community as a whole. More >>

Going the extra mile to help students afford higher education
In academic year 2006-2007, over $224 million in grants, scholarships, work-study and loans was awarded to more than 17,000 CU-Boulder students. More >>

Student Perspective: Amy Harris brings social justice to the Environmental Center
Amy Harris, a senior in the environmental studies program at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, is an advocate of social justice and the environment. More >>

People Behind the Scenes
Who keeps our university in top shape? It's the People Behind the Scenes! Meet Jim S. H. Hakala, chair, Standing Professional Committee on Education (EdCom) American Association of Museums and assistant director of the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History. More >>

News Center
Dust In West Up 500 Percent In Two Centuries, According to New Study Led By CU-Boulder
CU-Boulder Awarded $1 Million From USDA, DOE For Solar-Thermal Biomass-To-Gas Conversion Project
Cruising for Carbon
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FROM THE CHANCELLOR
Guest Column - Uriel Nauenberg, chair of the Boulder Faculty Assembly, professor of physics

The Boulder Faculty Assembly looks to the future
I have been asked to give a report on the character and recent activities of the Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) and I am delighted to do so. The BFA is a representative body of the full faculty. Our members are so selected that they can easily contact the faculty they represent to get their opinion on issues affecting our academia. More >>


AWARDS AND KUDOS

  • 2008 President's Diversity Award nominations
  • CU GOLD student leadership award nominations
  • Professors chosen as Fellows of the American Geophysical Union
  • CU delegation attends NSBP/NSHP meeting in Washington, D.C.
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DID YOU KNOW?

Did You Know
  • Campus Press open forum today, Tuesday, March 11
  • Miramontes Music and Arts Festival this week through March 15
  • Dedication of Weber Hall at Bear Creek
  • Silver & Gold Record readership survey
  • Register for the Buffalo Can Challenge
  • Big 12 Outdoor Track and Field Championship tickets on sale
  • Parking & Transportation Services new website
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