September 12, 2012 Students CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

CU Police encouraging bike safety, giving away free U-locks

Bike theft continues to be the No. 1 crime on campus, and the CU-Boulder Police Department is asking for help to deter thieves. Just last week, a suspicious man was spotted near the Center for Community bike racks with bolt cutters, likely looking to cut weak cable locks. Don’t become a target.

$2 million investment in Leeds School of Business launches two new undergraduate business programs

The Anschutz Foundation has committed $2 million to launch two new initiatives designed to make the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder a more powerful economic contributor to Colorado and beyond.

CU-Boulder plays key role in global student space experiment competition

Space experiments dreamed up by three teenage winners of an international contest that will be streamed live on YouTube from the International Space Station Sept. 13 were made flight-ready by a University of Colorado Boulder space center.

Community Notes

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2012 Energy Justice Conference Sept. 17-18

Come see ex-senator and UN Foundation president, Timothy Wirth speak on Energy Justice along with other distinguished speakers during the "2012 Energy Justice Conference: Energy Justice and Sustainable Energy for All, The Next Steps," being held Sept. 17-18. The Center for Environmental and Energy Security is hosting the event, which is open to the public and registration is available on the conference website: