In this Issue
University of Colorado Boulder Professor Bernard Amadei has been appointed one of three new Science Envoys who will help strengthen U.S. ties with other countries to address global challenges, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced today.
Amadei, who holds the Mortenson Endowed Chair in Global Engineering at CU-Boulder, along with professors Susan Hockfield of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Barbara Schaal of Washington University in St. Louis, make up the third cohort of Science Envoys since the program’s inception in 2009.
It’s not shocking to many that stress is a big part of everyday life. But what might surprise you is CU-Boulder students point to stress as the leading factor impacting academic performance.
What is gender violence and how can it be prevented?
The answers to these questions are discussed in presentations by Sean Connell, the gender violence prevention and education assistant for Community Health and the Office of Victim Assistance.
Gender violence can be difficult to define, but it is generally considered a term to describe interpersonal violence that is gender based. So, what does that mean?
Each spring the BFA presents up to twelve members of the Boulder Faculty Senate with awards for faculty excellence, recognizing their outstanding work. These awards are especially notable because Boulder Campus colleagues make the nominations as well as the selections of award recipients. Instructors are eligible to be nominated. Up to four awards each will be granted for excellence in the areas of teaching;
11/09: Big Energy Series: Financing Energy Innovation
11/09: 2012 MFA Fall Exhibition Reception
11/09: Archaeology Graduate Speaker Series
11/10: 10th Annual Colorado Bioneers “From Breakdown to Breakthrough
11/10: Football Game Watch at the Connection!
11/10: DMA Recital: Doreen Lee, collaborative piano
11/11: $1/$2 Book Sale
11/11: Sunday Bowling Leagues
More Events »
Buff Bulletin Board
Fossil Family Day: My What Big Teeth You Have!
International Education Week Reception, Nov. 14 at 4:30
Peace Corps Global Seminar
Rumor Has It: Body Hair, Why do We Care?
The January 25 Revolution in Egypt: Causes and Consequences
Kitchen Table First Meeting
Live Faculty Talk at Fiske Planetarium
Immediately Receive $25 for a One Hour Focus Group
More Buff Bulletins »
In the News
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Colorado and Washington Legalize Pot, Putting Colleges in a Bind
Colorado Daily: Buffalo mascot Ralphie's handlers sport combat boots for veterans
Daily Camera: CU Regent Stephen Ludwig claims victory in at-large race, tops Brian Davidson again
CU Independent: The road to healing: How to recover from election 2012
PHYS.org: Researchers to study impacts of pollutant nitrogen on plant species diversity
Parking & Transportation Services Social Media
Do you park on campus, ride RTD bus routes, use the bike stations or ride the CU Buff Bus? Connect with us on social media to get the latest updates regarding programs, services, and service impacts! Parking & Transportation Services regularly sends out alerts via Facebook & Twitter for the Buff Bus service, RTD bus routes, the bike program, and parking & traffic impacts.