April 12, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

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Your student government: Preliminary election results announced

By the University of Colorado Student Government

The University of Colorado Student Government is pleased to announce the preliminary results of the spring 2013 elections for your student government. Turnout for this spring's election was 25 percent, the third highest CUSG election turnout in the last 10 years.

Student health tips: Sex Buffs podcast

By Tina Li, student coordinator at Community Health

My name is Tina Li and I am a student coordinator at Community Health, the public health division of Wardenburg Health Center.  For the past few semesters, I have been involved in the production of a podcast called Sex Buffs

'Little Women' - times two - at CU in April

The timeless story of the March sisters — Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy — in Louisa May Alcott’s beloved 19th-century novel, “Little Women,” has long been hailed as a romance, a quest story, a moral meditation on virtue and even a proto-feminist exploration of choices. The tale has been adapted countless times for stage, film and musical presentation. Now, in an unusual “double-feature,” the University of Colorado Theatre & Dance Department and College of Music will present two distinct musical visions of Little Women, composer Mark Adamo’s opera and the Broadway musical by Allan Knee, Mindi Dickstein and Jason Howland.

Otero named Woman Physicist of the Month

Physics education researcher and Associate Professor of science education Valerie Otero has been named Woman Physicist of the Month by the American Physical Society’s (APS) Committee on the Status of Women in Physics (CSWP). The award recognizes female physicists who have positively impacted other individuals’ lives and careers.

Community Notes

How important is sleep? Learn more April 16

Getting adequate sleep can combat fatigue and can improve your learning, regulate weight and keep your immune system strong. In this one hour discussion with fellow students from Community Health, learn about the science behind sleep and its presence in your life. Food will be provided in this laid-back yet informative discussion. Tuesday, April 16 from 5:30-6:30 PM in Wardenburg Health Center, room 321. More health tips.
 

 

Maymester course to provide foundation for teaching English abroad

Have you considered living overseas and teaching English? In the Maymester course Advanced English Language Teaching Techniques, LING 3800, section 570, participants will gain a strong foundation in methods for teaching English as a Second Language.

Jet West to play UMC Club 156 April 13

Jet West will play at UMC Club 156, on Saturday, April 13. Doors open 7:30pm. For more information about this band. Hailing from San Diego, Jet West is a four-piece band formed in 2008 as an independent, Rock/Reggae band. The band's varied musical style fuses traditional rock with elements of reggae and hard rock, a sound born from the beaches of LA and San Diego. The group as a whole emits the laid back California vibe.

CU Cleantech to host DOE sponsored Regional Business Plan Competition April 19

Five student teams from across the Rocky Mountain region will compete for $100,000 toward their renewable energy/energy efficiency/cleantech business idea. The competition is sponsored in part by the Department of Energy and is hosted by CU Cleantech--an organization based in the Deming Center for Entrepreneurship in the Leeds School of Business. This event will present an opportunity to see these talented teams showcase their business plans...and hopefully inspire your participation next year!

Expand your prospects for a ‘green’ career with a sustainability management certificate

Earn a certificate in Applied Sustainability Management during Maymester. This three-week certificate program invites you to learn about applied environmental sustainability from recognized sustainability professionals.

Accepting Nominations for the Tito Torres Award

Know a student who has demonstrated passion for and commitment to social justice? The University of Colorado Chancellor’s Standing Committee on Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues welcomes nominations for the 2013 Tito Torres Award, given annually to a student at CU who exemplifies the spirit of Tito Torres. Torres, as a CU student, impacted many through his commitment to and work toward social justice and uplifted many. Nominations due April 26, 2013.

 
Just in Time Career Fair April 17

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2013 Spring Football Game: @runralphierun and @cubuffs

CU Triathlon Team competes at nationals: @cutriteam

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