The Career Center would like to invite you to attend the final open session for the Colorado College Internship Program Director Position. Your feedback is important and always appreciated. While we have blocked out an hour of time the candidates will be presenting for 20 minutes followed by Q&A.
TODAY Friday, April 27
Tutt Library Room 327
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Friday, May 11, 12:30-1:30 p.m.: Heart Berries: A Memoir, by Terese Mailhot (Nlaka/pamaux First Nation). For faculty and staff. Please contact Victoria Levine by email by April 13 if you would like to attend the luncheon. Please indicate if you would like to have a copy of the book delivered to your office at the beginning of block 8. We have room for 15 participants. This is a chance to read and discuss a current best-seller!
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Visiting Series in Film and Culture: Dr. Aronczyk on, “Spinning Climate Change? Public Relations, Environmentalism, and the Anxieties of Influence”
Cornerstone Screening Room
Monday, April 30, 2018
3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
This event is open to the general public.
In this talk I examine the strategic dimensions of communicating climate change, exploring a range of historical and contemporary efforts by professional influencers to promote, shape and influence what we talk about when we talk about environmental problems. In producing climate change as a public and policy issue, marketers and advocates also seek to reconcile orders of worth among their “stakeholders,” producing value that is recognized across competing perspectives. I also look at how promotional campaigns bring environmental media of land, air and water in line with communications media and technologies. Drawing on archival research, ethnographic fieldwork, and interviews with marketing managers, public relations consultants, media strategists, and advocacy groups, I discuss the cultural repertoires and communicative devices by which professional influencers attempt to make climate change legible to different imagined audiences.
Melissa Aronczyk is Associate Professor in the School of Communication & Information at Rutgers University. She is the author of Branding the Nation: The Global Business of National Identity (2013) and the co-editor of Blowing Up the Brand: Critical Perspectives on Promotional Culture (2010). Recent work has been published in New Media & Society, Public Relations Inquiry, and Critical Studies in Media Communication. Current research, funded by the National Science Foundation, examines the roles of information and influence campaigns on public policy.
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Watch the seasons change on Cheyenne Mountain from your new front deck. West side, 3 bedroom, newer construction, open concept, great light, low maintenance yard, 7 minute car commute, 22 minute bike commute to CC. goo.gl/HBiQCY
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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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This program includes teaching and learning about the foundational concepts of diversity, inclusion, equity and their relationship to our shared responsibility for recruitment and retention of faculty. The series aims to provide this knowledge as both a critical understanding for our daily work, as well as preparation for engaging in recruitment/search processes. Join Dr. Paul Buckley, assistant vice president/director of the Butler Center, at any of the following two-day sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
– 6/4/18 & 6/5/18
– 7/17/18 & 7/18/18
tiny.cc/n5dlqy – Please note these are the correct dates, the campus calendar is displaying incorrectly
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Lisa and her husband plan to return to their home state of Oregon following her husband’s retirement from the Air Force. Lisa’s last day in the Office of International Programs will be Friday, July 13th. Please join us for her farewell reception on Monday, May 7th in Bemis Great Hall from 3-5 pm. Hope you can make it to honor Lisa and her tireless dedication to the international students at the college!
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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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Join the Career Center for a lunch discussion with Nat Robinson ’03, the final Executive in Residence this semester. Nat is the former CEO and founder of Juhudi Kilimo Company Limited, which provides micro-asset financing to rural smallholder farmers in Kenya with a goal of offering transformative financial solutions. He is the current CEO of Leaf Global Fintech, which helps refugees fleeing disasters to safely carry their savings and assets in the form of a virtual currency.
Join Nat Tuesday, May 1st at 12:15pm in McHugh Commons for a lunch discussion where he will share his story of founding two humanitarian-focused social enterprises, and discuss how CC students can break into the industry – or found their own organizations. All faculty and staff are welcome; RSVP to the Career Center for lunch.
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THIS FRI and SAT at 9.00pm CORNERSTONE SCREENING ROOM – Free. An award-winning contemporary play from the UK – colliding stories of the modern world about heroism, revolution, violence, compromise and chance. Hope you’ll see it! <><><>THERE+HAS+POSSIBLY+BEEN+AN+INCIDENT by CHRIS THORPE~~a fAIL bETTER pRODUCTION directed by Andrew Manley & performed by Ben Bacher, Emily Gardner and Maggie Mehlman<><><>
“Utterly compelling. It gnaws at our ideas of heroism and compromise, individual and collective action, and those small acts of choosing and not choosing that either pass unnoticed or send ripples around the world” – The Guardian<><><>
“.gripping and unsettling, it comes quietly out of nowhere to crawl almost to the heart of the current political theatre zeitgeist” – Time Out
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