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Annual Chancellor's State of the University Address
Mark your calendars to attend the annual Chancellor's State of the University Address to the Boulder campus. This important event, co-sponsored by the Boulder Faculty Assembly and the Office of the Chancellor, takes place Friday, Sept. 12 from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. A continental breakfast will be served on the Quad next to Old Main (or in the Heritage Center depending on the weather) followed by the address at 8:15 a.m. in Old Main Chapel. Hear about our accomplishments of this past year, the major challenges we as a university face and discussion of issues.

Arts & Culture Week Sept. 19-26
Arts & Culture Week highlights the breadth of artistic and cultural resources available at CU-Boulder. Starting Sept. 19 and continuing through Sept. 26, a diverse array of CU-Boulder programs will host a variety of free and low-cost events ranging from a gallery walk to a performance by virtuoso musical artists Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer. For more information and a full schedule of events visit the website.

Help keep CU home football games green
CU is striving for six zero-waste home football games this season, a first for a large U.S. stadium. Needed are 75+ volunteers for each game to attend zero-waste stations and to assist with bicycle valet parking. Volunteers will receive a Green Stampede shirt and stadium admission, and volunteer groups will be publicly acknowledged. Please email or phone Sarah Dawn Haynes, 303-492-8308. Visit the Environmental Center website for more information.

Volunteer at the Women's Resource Center
Find your center by volunteering at the Women's Resource Center. Volunteers help the WRC to create a campus environment where women thrive by providing resources and collaborating on a variety of projects. Volunteers also have the opportunity to learn about and engage in gender equity and social justice work, as well as develop important leadership, networking and professional skills. If you or a student you know are interested in joining a fun and active group of women and men as a volunteer please fill out an application, available online or in UMC 416. Applications are due Sept. 17.

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Employee GED program sees early success; ready for more participants

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Community Health Resource Center keeps students healthy, happy

Q&A with Flagship 2030 task force chair Fred Pampel

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