Academic Skills Strategies Workshops
Yoga for EveryStudent
This special workshop will teach you valuable breathing (pranayama) and simple yoga poses proven to reduce stress. No special equipment needed. We have a few mats for the Fleming Workshops. Dress in relaxed clothing that is easy to sit in. Simple moves that you can integrate immediately into your life! Learn to take Yoga into your class—before a test—while you study—before going to class! Presentation by Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher.
December 6 (F): 1-2pm
Study Slam: FINALS! FINALS! FINALS!
(Program sponsored by Sorce/Leads Alliance)
December 9 (M): 1-2pm
Senior Dedication Lounge, UMC
Test Anxiety/Stress Management
Guest Presenter: Julia Renedo, Counseling and Psychological Services, CAPS
Stress and anxiety are often synonymous with taking exams. Some anxiety can aid performance, but too much can interfere. Learn tools you can utilize to help you; we will review related study skills strategies and direct calming techniques which can be applied while taking tests. It’s never too early, or too late, to practice these tried and true methods for stress management—be ready for whatever comes your way this semester!
December 11(W): 11am-Noon
Fleming 265 A & B
WALK IN STUDY SKILLS HELP
Come in! Ask questions about your Study Skills!
December 12 (Th): 1-3pm
Yoga for EveryStudent
December 13 (F): 2-3pm
ALL STUDENTS WELCOME TO ALL WORKSHOPS*
Academic Skills Coordinator, email@example.com,
(303)492-8761 Fleming 190
Decolonize Your Mind, Spoken Word Event/Ofrenda/Offering
Thurs., Dec 12: 4:45-6:30pm, UMC 227
Join students, friends & family …
Spoken Word Ofrenda/Offering
DECOLONIZE YOUR MIND
Presented by Ethnic Studies Spoken Word Class
Thursday, December 12th 2013
4:45PM - 6:30 PM
UMC Senior Dedication Lounge 227H
(co-sponsored with SORCE)
please spread the word, come see our amazing students
For more information, please contact:
Professor Arturo J. Aldama
Department of Ethnic Studies
Call for Papers for 2014 5th Annual Diversity Conference
Sponsored by Program for Writing & Rhetoric
February 19, 2014
Submit 100 word abstracts now including personal narratives, creative non-fiction, analytic essays, expository multimedia presentations, spoken word or other writing to:
DUE Dec. 15th, 2013
Hi Friends of the Volunteer Resource Center!
Our annual alternative shopping and awareness event, Eye Contact, is coming up December 4th from 11- 3 in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom. This year, we’ll be celebrating the holidays with the theme: “A Woman’s Worth”, focusing on women’s empowerment and ways in which both men and women can engage with the ways in which women are valuable to our lives.
We are hosting a variety of local, sustainable, and Fair Trade organizations and businesses to sell their goods, creating an alternative holiday shopping opportunity for students and community members to support amazing causes. Stop by to browse unique gifts like recycled jewelry, handmade elephant journals, and hand-dyed scarves from around the world. You can enjoy live music, sip hot cocoa, engage with woman’s empowerment, and meet people who make a difference!
We would love for you to join us at our event! We want men, women, and everyone in between to come, shop, eat, engage, and make eye contact. Please check out our event page here. In addition, be sure to bring your wallet to the event as it’s so fun and easy to do a lot of your holiday shopping for one-of-a-kind gifts!
Are you interested in a PAID internship next summer?
Consider CU Public Interest Internship Experience (CUPIIE)! CU PIIE offers $4,320 stipends to select undergraduate students who participate in summer internships at our partner nonprofit and government agencies in Colorado.
CU PIIE is for students interested in creating change in their communities. Follow your passion and make a positive impact!
Visit our website, http://careerservices.colorado.edu/students/PIIE.aspx, for details and apply by November 22, 2013
FOLKLORICO! Open to Non-Dance Majors
JOIN our -beginning level FOLKLORICO dance class this
Spaces available for enrollment in DNCE 1901-003.
* Will Count as ETHN elective credit *
Tuesday evenings 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm (1 credit)
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any
Open to non-dance majors