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NAACL HLT 2009 conference at CU-Boulder

The NAACL HLT 2009 conference, a combination of the annual meeting of the North American Association for Computational Linguistics (NAACL) and the Human Language Technology Conference (HLT) of NAACL will be held on the Boulder campus May 31 to June 5. The conference covers a broad spectrum of disciplines working toward enabling intelligent systems to interact with humans. NAACL HLT 2009 is open to the public and will feature papers, demonstrations and a doctoral consortium, as well as pre- and post-conference tutorials and workshops. The tutorials take place May 31, and the main conference runs June 1 through 3. Workshops take place June 4 and 5. On-site registration for attendees signing up after May 31 will take place in the foyer outside of the conference rooms. For more information, email Martha Palmer or Jim Martin.

ATLEC summer language classes
Summer foreign language classes are available at the Anderson Language Technology Center (ALTEC). Classes run June 22 through July 24 and students can choose from Arabic, French and Spanish. These non-credit classes are open to all CU staff, faculty, graduate students, retirees and spouses. Tuition is only $65. For more information visit the website.

CU on the Weekend
Continuing Ed’s CU on the Weekend program is now available with nine different offerings covering art and music. CU employees (permanent and at least half time) receive 25 percent off. Check out the online schedule for more details or call CU Continuing Ed registration, 303-492-5148.

Moving your office this summer?
Complete your transition before fall. The Property Services moving and hauling crew is available to help with summertime moves. If you are interested in moving or hauling services, please fill out the online form and fax it to the office. For more information email Lance Jones or call 303-492-6524.


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