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 Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2009 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter

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Colorado Combined Campaign needs your support
The Colorado Combined Campaign provides employees with a once-a-year charitable solicitation that is diverse, fairly-managed and efficient. This program is managed by Mile High United Way through a contract with the State of Colorado, under executive Order of the Governor. Now is the time when nonprofits need you the most. All donations stay in Colorado. More than 700 Colorado agencies participate in the campaign – choose the nonprofits that you wish to support. You can now pledge online through a secure site created just for State of Colorado employees.

Al’s Exchangeables zero-waste carryout containers
UMC Food Service has new, reusable, eco-friendly to-go containers, Al’s Exchangeables. Make a one-time purchase of an Al’s Exchangeable container for $5 when you buy carryout food from the Alferd Packer Grill. When you return for more carryout, simply exchange the used container for a clean one at no additional cost. The container is yours to keep. Containers are made of reusable sturdy polypropylene, thereby reducing non-biodegradable waste. It's also wonderful for carrying food and keeping leftovers in the refrigerator to enjoy later. Ask our cashiers in the Alferd Packer Grill about this eco-friendly service, or for more details, email Robin Margolin, associate food service director.

IECE 2009-10 Academic Development Support request for proposals

The campus-wide Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement (IECE) announces the fifth annual opportunity for faculty to apply for funding to carry out projects that further the mission and goals of the IECE. All faculty including instructors and GPTIs may apply for funds to support new work in ethical inquiry and/or civic engagement. IECE anticipates making five to ten awards of $2,000-$10,000. Please note that we cannot provide funding for research. Submit an electronic narrative of five or fewer pages describing your proposed project along with detailed budget and budget justifications to Director Peter Simons by Feb. 1, 2010. The Request for Proposal and the application evaluation process, as well as more detail about the IECE, can be found on our website. For more information please email Peter Simons or email Michael Grant.

CU-Boulder seeks input in preparation for accreditation evaluation

Confronting trauma in the classroom creates opportunities to learn and grow

Trash cans increasingly get the boot at CU-Boulder

As composer converses with poet, students are ‘awesomed out’

Department of Mathematics hosts prestigious conference

From the Chancellor

Enhancing Outreach and Engagement

Special Report: End-of-semester message from Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

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CU President Emeritus Hank Brown Announces Retirement From CU

New Approach to Emissions Makes Climate and Air Quality Models More Accurate, Major Study Led by CU Professor Finds

CU Researcher Wins $750,000 Stand Up to Cancer Innovative Research Grant

Multimedia: CU-Boulder at the United Nations Climate Change Conference Dec. 7-18, 2009

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