July 31, 2012 Faculty-Staff CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

Later Stone Age got earlier start in South Africa than thought

The Later Stone Age emerged in South Africa more than 20,000 years earlier than previously believed -- about the same time humans were migrating from Africa to the European continent, says a new international study led by CU-Boulder researcher Paola Villa, a curator at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History .

Finalists announced for CU-Boulder vice chancellor for administration


Senior Associate Vice Chancellor for Budget and Finance Steven McNally today announced two finalists for the position of vice chancellor for administration at the University of Colorado Boulder.

President Obama’s April CU-Boulder visit cost just under $110,000

The University of Colorado Boulder today released figures on the visit of President Barack Obama to campus on April 24 that showed the visit cost just under $110,000.

Community Notes

Safety update: Boulder police release suspect sketch in alleged kidnapping/sex assault case

Boulder police are releasing a sketch of one of the suspects in an alleged kidnapping/sex assault that took place early Sunday morning in the area of 17th and Arapahoe.

Make clickers work for you: writing questions and effective facilitation

Clickers can make teaching more effective and fun, but how does a teacher best use clickers in the class?

Kirk Ambrose named editor-in-chief of The Art Bulletin

The College Art Association has confirmed Kirk Ambrose, associate professor and chair of the Department of Art and Art History, as the next next editor-in-chief of the CAA's journal "The Art Bulletin."