The college has developed a new policy on the use of drones. The operation of unmanned aircraft (commonly referred to as a drone) is regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration. As a private institution, the college has established a policy to govern the operation of a drone by any person from the college, or any person operating a drone above the college’s campuses and or properties.
To read the full policy and submit comments and or questions, please use the link below. The 30-day comment period will be open through April 30, 2018.
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. Anti-Harassment & Discrimination – 4/3/18
. Project Management & Managing Effective Meetings – 4/5/18
. Online Productivity – 4/5/18
. Recruiting Talent at CC – 4/11/18
. Good to Great: The Journey to Inclusion at CC – 6/4/18 – 6/5/18, 7/17/18 – 7/18/18
Much more & Info @ tiny.cc/dhehny
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You are invited to join us on a symposium about “Forming an Islamic Identity: Between East and West” . The event will take place on Wednesday April 11th from 6 t0 8 at Celeste Theater in Cornerstone. Dinner and Ethiopian food will be served.
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Take the TIAA Financial IQ challenge at wyfiq.org/q/colocollege/Quiz2 from April 2 thru May 2, 2018. You could win an iPad Mini.
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The Art Department welcomes all to view and support our Art Studio Senior Thesis Exhibitions today. Open viewing hours are from 4-6PM.
“tender headed: a priori forms of intuition”
Location: Packard Hallway
Location: Worner Center, Coburn Gallery
Location: Cornerstone Arts Center, Studio C
Location: 802 N. Nevada
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Staff Council is seeking volunteers or nominees for the Compensation
Committee and Diversity and Equity Advisory Board.
Please Consider what you may be able to offer as well as what you
might learn from your participation in these important campus
Staff Council is seeking volunteers or nominees for the following
. 1 Exempt
. 2 Non-Exempt
The Compensation Committee is responsible for reviewing current and proposed allocation of the salary pool as well as all benefits, including retirement programs for faculty and staff.
During the fall, the three full-time faculty members of the Compensation Committee serve as the Faculty Salary Committee. After consulting with the Budget Committee, the Faculty Salary Committee submits its report to the faculty for approval. The six staff members of the Compensation Committee serve as the Staff Salary Committee. After consulting with Human Resources and Staff Council, the Staff Salary Committee may submit a report to the Compensation Committee.
Diversity and Equity Advisory Board
. 1 Non-Exempt
The Diversity and Equity Advisory Board serves as an advisory group to the President of the College and the Cabinet on all matters related to diversity and equity regarding staff and faculty. The Board promotes and nurtures an inclusive campus culture that values different backgrounds, experiences, ideas and opinions, recognizing the various intersections of identities that make up the CC community. Its work helps ensure that the College addresses on a continuing basis all of the possible implications of the protections as stated in our anti-discrimination policy statement. Specific duties of the DEAB include, but are not limited to: monitoring campus climate through data collection and policy development; overseeing educational programming for staff and faculty on issues of diversity and equity; consulting with faculty, staff, and administration on curriculum and other program development and future diversity/equity goals; and becoming campus leaders knowledgeable about current diversity-related issues in higher education.
Please consider what you may be able to offer as well as what you might
learn from your participation in these important campus committees. You can
submit a nomination, or self-nomination, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
This committee will be continuing work on important initiatives for the
betterment of the campus community.
If you have any questions please contact Sarah Bogard, ext 6875
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The Hilbert Cube is defined as the countably infinite product of copies of the closed interval [-1,1]. It is a cool example of topological spaces. This week, Molly Moran from the Math&CS department will give a talk titled Hilbert Cube Magic on Friday March 30th at 2:30pm in Tutt Science 229. All are welcome!
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We have made a date change to Introduction to Sewn Bindings: Sketchbooks & Spine Hollows with visiting artist, Chris Martin. There are still several spaces available! Description of class is below, along with link.
Learn a basic binding style for sewn, lay-flat bindings with a spine hollow. While the paperback structure we’ll create is ideal for journals and sketchbooks, the text block stitch pattern can be used in a variety of intermediate case bindings with spine treatments. You’ll leave with two sewn books. Class will meet at The Press at Colorado College. Ages 16-Adult
Saturday, 4/21 & Sunday, 4/22
FAC Member: $125
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Do you have an educational workshop or inspirational lecture to share with faculty and staff colleagues? You’re invited to submit proposals for Fall Conference 2018. The Academic Events Committee invites you to lead a one-hour session for faculty and staff. Submit your Fall Conference proposal ideas by Monday, April 2: tinyurl.com/hlklqjh
Fall Conference 2018 is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 23.
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Taste Restaurant is open on Friday’s for lunch service! Come visit us from 1130-1. View the menu here: www.csfineartscenter.org/visit/dining_shopping/taste/
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