June 6, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

In this Issue

CU-Boulder environmental design class prints 3-D model of campus

Sara Bryant didn’t touch a piece of paper or even an Exacto knife for her model-building course last month. The junior in environmental design and her classmates used the latest software and machinery to build prototype models of the CU-Boulder campus. Their tools included a computerized router, a laser cutter and a brand new 3-D printer.

CU-Boulder prof to lead NASA campaign to study North American air quality

A University of Colorado Boulder professor is leading a major NASA airborne science campaign this summer that will probe weather patterns and air pollution over a vast expanse of North America that have potential global climate consequences.

2013 Colorado Shakespeare Festival opens this weekend

A Midsummer Night's Dream kicks off the 2013 Colorado Shakespeare Festival season, with a preview performance on Friday, June 7 and opening night on Saturday, June 8. Dream a little dream of love and laughter as Shakespeare's most beloved comedy casts its spell on the enchanting Mary Rippon stage.

John Bennett steps down at ATLAS, nominations sought for next director

After six extraordinary years of service, John Bennett is stepping down as Faculty Director of the University of Colorado Boulder ATLAS Institute. Under John’s leadership, ATLAS has launched a professional M.S. degree in Information and Communication Technology for Development, grown its Ph.D. program in Technology, Media and Society from two to nearly 20 students and grown its popular certificate and minor in Technology, Arts and Media (TAM) from about 250 to about 800 undergraduates.

Community Notes

Bursar's Office will open at 9:15 a.m. on Friday, June 7

The Bursar's Office will open at 9:15 a.m. on Friday, June 7, so that staff can attend a special training. Payroll checks will be available starting at 9:15 a.m.

 

RTD public meeting: Route adjustment to Route 209

RTD will be hosting a public meeting on Monday, June 10, to receive feedback on campus in regards to a proposed route adjustment to Route 209.

The CU Challenge course is open for the summer

Welcome to the CU Challenge ropes course. We offer courses tailored to your group's needs. Whether you are a CU group, school district, business, or other, we can provide a unique learning opportunity through a series of activities involving problem solving, group decision making, leadership, team building and positive risk taking.

Research study to prevent depression in pregnant women

We are currently recruiting pregnant women to participate in a research study examining an web-based program to prevent depression.

 
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