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 Tuesday, July 15, 2008 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


Norlin Ink Spot copy center closing July 17

The copy center in Norlin Library will be closing July 17. Services will continue to be available at the UMC Ink Spot and Printing Services in Folsom Stadium. The Testing and Assessment Center (TAC) will have a new location, room E203 in Norlin Library. Updates will be provided as the move approaches. For more information contact CU Imaging Services, 492-7388.

Do You Have a Connection to the 2008 Olympics?
The 2008 Summer Olympics take place in Beijing Aug. 8-24. University Communications is seeking faculty, staff and students who have topical knowledge or are in some other way connected to this year's Olympic Games. Advisors, competitors, consultants, contributors and those with academic expertise related to China or various aspects of the Games are asked to call or email Peter Caughey, 492-4007, with contact information and a description of your participation or Olympic connection. Thank you!

Donate business attire to “Suit Yourself”

Cleaning out your closet this summer? Donate professional attire to the “Suit Yourself” Program so that students are well-dressed for job interviews. Career Services is collecting gently worn business attire to be sold to students at low cost at the “Suit Yourself” clothing sale in the fall. Men’s and women’s suits, jackets, pants, shirts, skirts, ties and handbags will be accepted at Career Services and all Art Cleaners stores in Boulder now through Aug.18. Proceeds benefit the Multicultural Engineering Program and the Multicultural Business Students Association. For more information email Ann Herrmann or call 492-8020.

Norlin expansion groundbreaking

On June 23 a ceremonial ground breaking took place to celebrate the start of construction on the Norlin Library second floor research area and first floor learning commons. When completed, the second floor research area will be 7,770 square feet and will include a consolidated service point for research assistance, library instruction classrooms, research consultation rooms and individual and group spaces. The learning commons will be15,050 square feet and will include flexible, collaborative and individual work spaces, team technology rooms, the Writing Center, a hot topics reading area, a technology classroom and a coffee shop. As an added surprise at the event, Dean Jim Williams was presented with a plaque honoring his 20th anniversary as dean.

Lending library at the DSCC
You may know about the workshops, classes and gatherings held at the Dennis Small Cultural Center, but did you know about their lending library? It has an inspiring collection of novels about social justice issues and diverse cultures and flexible due-back dates are offered. Come in, browse and borrow a book from the DSCC this summer and throughout the next academic year. Please find a staff member for assistance in UMC rooms 444 or 317. For more information call 735-1078 or email.

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