June 20, 2013 Students CU-Boulder Today

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June 20 Board of Regents meeting: Regents call for survey of diversity climate

The University of Colorado Board of Regents today called for a survey of the climate of diversity on CU campuses, voting 8-0 after a lengthy discussion that focused on CU-Boulder.

During the meeting at the UMC, current and past faculty members from CU-Boulder made comments to the board about personal experience and perspectives largely regarding political tolerance, a topic that’s the key element of the resolution, introduced by Regents James Geddes, R-Sedalia, and Sue Sharkey, R-Windsor.

High-altitude research at CU-Boulder demands dedication, athleticism

A special kind of high-altitude athleticism is needed to work in Colorado's most extreme environments. For CU-Boulder scientists like ecology & evolutionary biology (EBIO) graduate student Courtney Naff, it's an inspiring place to push the boundaries of body and mind. This is an extended version of the story first broadcast on the Pac-12 Network.

Community Notes

No warnings for fireworks’ violators; police will issue tickets

For the second year in a row, Boulder police are announcing a zero-tolerance policy for fireworks violations. It’s illegal to possess or explode fireworks within city limits and violators will be cited -- or possibly arrested -- depending on the offense. Anyone starting a fire while using fireworks could face additional arson charges. More>>

Euclid Auto Park closed June 27-30

Euclid Auto Park will be closed for maintenance Thursday, June 27 through Sunday, June 30.

Printing on the go

Participate in our mobile printing pilot program for the ability to e-mail your print jobs to any campus printer. No printer drivers need to be installed, nor is an active connection to the UCB Wireless network necessary, making this printing method highly mobile, convenient, and easy to use. Enrollment is easy! Learn more.

Summer Bike to Work Day, June 26

Summer Bike to Work Day is coming up on Wednesday, June 26. If you're walking, biking or busing to campus that day, drop by one of the three breakfast stations on campus to pick up free food and prizes, courtesy of the university’s transportation programs.

National HIV Testing Day June 22

June 22 is National HIV Testing Day. Free, rapid, and anonymous HIV testing is available for anyone over the age of 13, on June 22, from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., at 2118 14th St. in Boulder. For additional information, call the Boulder County Aids Project at 303-444-6121 ext. 108.

Free HIV testing for CU students also is available at Community Health, in the UMC room 411 starting Wednesday, June 26, and continuing weekly from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. and 2 - 4 p.m. through the summer.

 
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