SASC Workshops!!!


These are the remaining workshops for the semester

Take care

12:00 PM • Monday 4/21

4:00 PM • Tuesday 4/22

11:00 AM • Monday 4/28

2:00 PM • Wednesday 4/30

University of Colorado Graduate and Professional School Prep Program

Have you been thinking about graduate school, but you did not know who to ask?
Well we have the perfect preparation program for YOU!
This is an opportunity to help improve your chances to become a competitive applicant to any graduate or professional school.
You will meet admissions professionals, writing experts and current graduate students.
 We will provide strategies on test
preparation, essay writing, interviewing techniques and much more.
Please join us on
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Koelbel Building Room 210
995 Regent Drive
Boulder, CO 80309
Breakfast will be served at 8:00AM
CU Graduate and Professional School FLYER Publication 1

CU Mariachi Ensemble Performance! Friday 4/11at 4:30pm

CU Mariachi Ensemble

Friday, April 11, 2014

Grusin Music Hall Imig Music Building

With an appearance  by special guests

Grupo Folkorico de CU Boulder

Mariachi Sign sm


Maymester, African Am Social & Political Thought OPEN

African American Social and Political Thought
Maymester, M-F 12:30-3:30 pm
ETHN 2242
Dr. Bianca Williams (
Fulfills HUMAN DIVERSITY and U.S. CONTEXT Core Requirements

This Maymester course provides students with the opportunity to read and discuss W.E.B. Du Bois, Jay-Z, and Angela Davis, alongside activists such as Tim Wise and Michelle Alexander (“The New Jim Crow). The course is designed to provide an introduction to the historical and contemporary thinking, writings, and speeches of African Americans.

Paid Mentor Summer Positions w/SEEK Educational Prog in Denver

The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) are looking for CU Boulder students in STEM majors as mentors for the Denver SEEK program. SEEK stands for Summer Engineering Experience for Kids in grades 3-5. There is a $2000 stipend for mentors and the program is from June 30 – July 25. A flyer is attached and students can apply at Please contact Professor Ennis ( if you have further questions.

2014 Mentor City Recuitment Denver PLUGGER (2)


CAPS (Counseling & Psychological Services) Accepting Applications for VOLUNTEERS!

YOU are invited to apply for a volunteer position with Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS).
Want to learn more about the Volunteer Program? Come to our Information Session on MONDAY April 7th from 1pm-2pm in the C4C, Room S435.
Applications are due by TUESDAY April 15th at noon.
* Make a difference on campus!
* Explore careers in psychology, counseling, higher education, and other health service professions.
* Build your resume and connect with professionals in the field!
* All majors and years are encouraged to apply!
* Graphic Design, Social Media, and Filmmaking Skills a plus!
CAPS volunteers play a vital role in promoting mental health, wellness and social justice in the CU community. Volunteers assist at a variety of CAPS events, lead workshops around campus and even have the opportunity to develop individual and small group projects. As a staff, we aim to support volunteers’ learning and professional development by providing trainings on a wide array of topics, presenting opportunities to work alongside with our staff, and encouraging and supporting their creativity, initiative, and vision for how to make a difference in our campus.

**The application for Fall 2014 is available online, please copy & paste this link into your browser
To see our website, go to If you have any additional questions, you can contact .
*Note: It is recommended that you write out your responses on a Word document and copy and paste your responses onto the electronic application. Once you start the application, you must complete it and submit it at that time






Hip Hop Artists Frank Waln & Sampson Brothers FREE performance, Friday 7pm

A free hip-hop performance by artists Frank Waln and the Sampson Brothers will take place

This Friday, April 4th at 7:30pm in the Glenn Miller Ballroom (doors open at 7:00)

CU Boulder’s Tanaya Winder (Director of Upward Bound) will open with a spoken word performance.

Frank is a 24 year old Sicangu Lakota from the Rosebud Sioux Reservation. Frank has won numerous awards and recognition from media sources and the Native community.  As a Gates Millennium Scholarship recipient he is studying Audio Design and Production at Columbia College.  He expects to graduate this spring.  Throughout his musical career Waln has demonstrated a powerful commitment to the indigenous cause.  He focuses on addressing and dismantling mass media misrepresentation and its harmful effects on how Native peoples are viewed both nationally and internationally.

His group won Best Rap/Hip-Hop Recording at the 2011 Native American Music Awards and was awarded the ROCKWiRED Radio Music Award for Best Group.  Waln won Best Male Artist in 2013 in the ROCKWiRED awards.  Frank has performed at Columbia University, University of Pennsylvania, tribal colleges and was recently selected as the keynote speaker for the Chicago-citywide American Indian Education Council’s Achievement Celebration




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