April 6, 2017 (11:30 – 1:00). Barbara Yalich Board Room, Spencer Center. Learn the basic rules that govern the most common retirement accounts and gain insight into when to tap into different retirement assets. Note: This is a ‘brown bag’ event. Bring your lunch! Beverages and dessert will be provided. Register via Human Resources page on CC website (EXCEL@CC; Wellness State of Mind).
Presenter: TIAA

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TUESDAY APRIL 4 IS THE LAST DAY YOU CAN VOTE IN THE CITY ELECTIONS! Are you registered to vote in Colorado? If so, one of the most important local elections is happening right now! Every vote counts! For more info, see below.
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Psychoanalysis lecture: Nancy McWilliams: “Wisdom in Psychoanalysis,” 2 PM Friday, April 7, Slocum Commons.
Nancy McWilliams is one of the most revered psychoanalysts in the world whose books and videos on diagnosis and treatment are considered classics in the field. Nancy is a dynamic, elegant speaker who will talk about what we learn about who we are as humans from a psychoanalytic framework.

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There’s still spaces left! Please join us for the last Faculty Luncheon of the year, Tuesday, April 11, in Gaylord Hall.
Barbara Whitten, Professor in Physics, will be presenting “The Entering Wedge: Sarah Frances Whiting and Physics at Wellesley College.”
Buffet lunch starts at 11:30 a.m., and the talk begins at 12:10 p.m.
Please RSVP to Rory Stadler (rstadler@ColoradoCollege.edu) NO LATER THAN Friday, April 7.
All faculty and staff welcome.

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Join our first Chinese scholar Mr. Tao Liu’s Anthropology Talk “The Rise and Fall of Civil Society in Contemporary China” TODAY @5:30pm in WCC WES room. This speech examines the history of NGOs in contemporary China and argues that ‘civil society’ is a narrative and interpretation that shape and mobilize the movement of NGOs in China.
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