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 Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2009 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


Holocaust Awareness Week, Feb. 23-26
Join your community in recognizing the 25th Annual Holocaust Awareness Week, Feb 23-26. “Beyond Testimony: Rebuilding Life After the Holocaust” will offer opportunities to hear keynote speeches and testimonies of Holocaust survivors, attend panel discussions and watch films. For a schedule of events please visit the Holocaust Awareness Week @ CU website.

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, Feb. 23-26
CU-Boulder is participating in a weeklong national event designed to bring attention to the epidemic of eating disorders and body dissatisfaction issues that plague many college-age women and men. Events are free and open to the public and a complete schedule can be found on the Counseling and Psychological Services website. For more information call 303-492-6766.

Miramontes Music & Arts Festival, March 4-6
The Annual Miramontes Music & Arts Festival celebrates women in the arts. Held in honor of Ofelia Miramontes, former professor of education and associate vice chancellor for diversity and equity, the festival highlights the diversity of contributions from woman-identified musicians and artists, encourages and supports artistic expression and invites the campus community to build an environment that celebrates women’s artistic creativity. The festival takes place on campus March 4-6. For more information and a schedule of events, visit the website.

Faculty Teaching Excellence Program services for faculty
The Faculty Teaching Excellence Program offers a number of individual services to faculty, including discussion on the Classroom Learning Interview Process, analysis of strengths in individual teaching techniques, student surveys for teaching evaluation, teaching portfolio consultation and more. Individual services to faculty are confidential. Register for FTEP services on the website.

Victim Assistance addresses bias or hate-motivated incidents
Bias-motivated incidents involve hurtful behavior affecting a person or group because of race, gender, sexual orientation, gender expression, disability, age, national origin, religion or other subordinated social group identity. If you or a friend have been impacted by bias, call Victim Assistance at 303-492-8855 or visit online to schedule a free and confidential discussion.

Students go global in Study Abroad Programs

Disability Services advocates awareness, gains allies

The WRC: a place where women thrive

GLBT Resource Center a foundation for community

Student Perspective: Classroom discussion opens topic of diversity

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Thoughts on lessons to be explored in our campus journey toward embracing inclusive excellence

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Gov. Ritter Honors Life-Saving Impact of CU-Boulder Inhalable Vaccine

New iPod Listening Study Shows Surprising Behavior of Teens

Slidehow: Campus Dance Project

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