What Is Cointel Pro?
Join UMAS y MEXA in the screening of COINTELPRO101 in KOBLS120 on Wednesday, March 5th at 7pm
Special Guests, Pricilla Falcon, Ricardo Romero & Kiko Martinez (community activists featured in the film)
Short fo Counter Intelligence Program, This formal FBI organization was used to infiltrate and shut down social movements for the advancement of the Black, Brown, Asian and Indigenous people.
Colorado and more specifically Boulder, has been a momentous place for the attacks of the COINTELPRO against the Xican@ community.
The film COINTELPRO101 introduces its viewers to the history of our own communities and the social movements that were violently threatened in the 60s and 70s.
A Conversation on Ableism and Disability in Education
Thursday, March 6th
7:15pm – 8:15pm
What does it mean to live, learn, and teach in a community of learners with diverse needs and challenges?
Join the Education Diversity Scholars (EDS) and School of Education faculty for a discussion and conversation on the importance of Person-First discourse, and classroom and curriculum accessibility.
A short presentation will be followed by a moderated discussion in which we will explore:
* Our personal relationships with disability populations and cultures
* Current issues for students, teachers, parents, and policy-makers around ability and access
* What the future holds for our increasingly diverse schools
We invite all teacher education students, those interested in education, and anyone with an interest in equity and social justice to join us!
The Academic Advising Center in the College of Arts & Sciences is seeking applicants for the position of Peer Advisor (PA). PAs are a vital component of the academic advising experience; they help students to navigate advising resources, serve as a resource at the front desk of the Academic Advising Center in Woodbury Hall, facilitate workshops on topics such as developing a course registration strategy, and work closely with professional academic advisors during new student orientation and in the ARSC1810 Academic Exploration Seminar.
For DETAILS on the job description, the application form, and the recommendation form: https://advising.colorado.edu/peer-advisor-information
submit by March 17th for our “early bird” deadline
Student Involvement Office is helping to bring an International Poetry Slam to campus the week of March 12th-March 15th and are looking the are looking volunteers!
The ACUI College Unions International College Union Poetry Slam Invitational is on March 12th-March 15th.
Wednesday- 3/12 at 5:00p.m.- 10:30p.m.
Thursday -3/13 at 5:00p.m.-10:30p.m.
Friday- 3/14 at 6:00p.m-10:00p.m.
Saturday- 3/15 at 7:00p.m.-10:30p.m.
For more information contact:
Kim Kruchen at kimberly.kruchen@Colorado.EDU
5:30-6:30pm, Norlin Library E303
5:30-6:30pm, C4C, S350
3:30-5:30pm, UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom
5:30-7:00pm, C4C Flatirons Room
12:00pm-3:00pm, Performing Arts Center at
5:30-6:30pm, C4C, S350
5:30-7:00pm, Continuing Education 140
18: International Alumni Share Job Search
5:00-6:00pm, C4C, S350
5:30-6:30pm, C4C, S350
Boulder Tech Job Fair To Feature More Than 200 Open Positions
2440 Pearl Street
Cardinal Peak and the Boulder Chamber are teaming up to showcase tech openings as well as offer resources to both companies and job-seekers. In addition to Cardinal Peak, 13 companies are seeking to hire for a variety of technical positions ranging from entry-level positions to senior-level talent. The job fair will also feature valuable resources for the 14 participating employers and the attendees, with help from NCWIT, Spigot Labs, Groundwork and greyzone to offer interview advice, online resumes and more. Please click here to for more information.
WHEN: Saturday, March 1, 2014 7:30 P.M.
WHERE: Glenn Miller Ballroom
University Memorial Center
University of Colorado
WHO: Director Taylor Fraser and students from the University of Colorado
COST: General admission is free Saturday, March 1, 2014
The show will be held in the Glenn Miller Ballroom in the University Memorial Center for one night only.
“Our production is about responsibility,” said Taylor Fraser, Director of CU’s The Vagina Monologues. “Changing the gender discussion is the responsibility of individuals from all sexual identities. The Vagina monologues celebrates our diversity and this year’s production will reflect that celebration.”
The piece will feature the University of Colorado’s only women’s improvisation team, Amelia’s Airhearts, two male actors, a male producer and musical accompaniment written by Kayla Stearns.
Seats are free and available on a first come first serve basis with a capacity of 800 seats.
The Vagina Monologues is a team of actors dedicated to pursuing cultural shifts embodied by courage, vulnerability and acceptance.
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