March 19, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

Spring break: Be safe wherever you are

With visions of ski resorts, warm beaches or a staycation on the minds of many, watch this brief video for some tips on being safe whether you remain in Colorado, travel elsewhere in the country or go abroad for spring break.

Let's talk sex, a campaign

By Dominique Guillen

I'm Dominique Guillen and I work with Community Health, the public health division of Wardenburg. During our fall semester we partnered with Beforeplay to kick start our Let's Talk Sex campaign.

CU Energy Club conference to explore ‘energy frontiers’ with government, industry April 4

University of Colorado Boulder students, along with experts from government and industry, will focus on student research and topics including energy storage and cooperation with China during the fourth annual Energy Frontiers conference Apri

Community Notes

Federico Peña

Federico Peña event rescheduled for April 2

Federico Peña’s talk, Achieving U.S. Energy Independence in our Lifetime, has been rescheduled for Tuesday, April 2, at 6:30 p.m. in room 180 of the Benson Earth Sciences Building.

The interdisciplinary event had been postponed because of an illness in Peña’s family.

CU-Boulder’s Leeds School of Business and College of Engineering and Applied Science are cohosting Peña, a former U.S. secretary of energy and secretary of transportation during the Clinton administration.

Looking for a summer job? Apply to be a Night Orientation Coordinator

Housing and Dining Services is seeking applicants for the position of Residence Life Night Orientation Coordinator to work June 13-July 19 during summer 2013. This position is a vital component of the New Student Orientation experience -- assisting students and their families in the transition to living on campus, introducing components of student life and working to facilitate the objectives of the program.

Break housing to be available in Willard Hall

Beginning in fall 2013, Willard Hall will introduce 10- and 12-month contracts, meaning that students can stay on campus all year round. These contracts are perfect for transfer and international students looking for housing options over break periods. The hall also will continue to offer traditional 9-month contracts.

Mobile device printing test: Earn a $15 gift card

The Office of Information Technology, in partnership with Xerox, is seeking students to participate in a functional test of on-campus mobile device printing. For participating in this technology test, students will earn a $15 Amazon gift card once the test is complete.

CIRES Distinguished Lecture Series: Steven Wofsy, March 22

CIRES is pleased to welcome Professor Steven Wofsy from Harvard University as our next guest lecturer in the CIRES Distinguished Lecture Series. Join us for his presentation "Greenhouse Gases Across Time and Space, from the Global Scale to the Urban Dome" on Friday, March 22, at 4 p.m. in the CIRES Auditorium-Room 338. Light reception to follow in the CIRES Atrium.