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 Tuesday, July 14, 2009 IssueFaculty/Staff E-Newsletter


“Rocks Karma Arrows” explores darker side of Boulder history

“Rocks Karma Arrows,” a multimedia theater piece that explores some of the disturbing history of race and class in Boulder, will open July 23 in the Black Box Studio in ATLAS. The piece focuses on the 150 years of history since Boulder was founded and is sponsored by the City of Boulder as part of the city’s Sesquicentennial celebration. For more information visit the Showcase ATLAS website.

Check out new CU-Boulder websites and site features
The Continuing Education & Professional Studies Summer Session program website now features a soundslide that includes photography along with comments from Summer Session students and faculty representing several disciplines. Also, check out the new Executive MBA program website with an updated design and added video. Design, production and photography for the updated sites and features were done by University Communications professionals.

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Innovative seed grants give life to bold ideas

Pre-Collegiate Development Program paves way for success

The Hillmon Case: professors journey to uncover a mystery

School of Education receives federal funding for program aiding migrant and seasonal farm workers

From the Chancellor

The stakes were high in Churchill ruling

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CU-Boulder Awarded $42 Million by NASA for Design and Construction of Instrument to Measure Solar Radiation, Climate Change

New European Space Telescope With CU-Boulder Connection Makes First Observations, Targets Nearby Galaxies

Colorado Job Losses to Slow in Second Half of 2009, CU-Boulder Economist Says

Vodcast: U.S. Rep. John Salazar Visits With CU Team at Chimney Rock Archaeological Area

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