Did you know one in six children are interested in playing the guitar? Did you know that musical experiences in childhood can actually accelerate brain development? Did you know there is a risk free opportunity for your child to give playing the guitar a try? Dale J Miller Center for Guitar Studies -classical guitar instructor at Colorado College, under the Childbloom Guitar program, is offering Summer Camp for Guitar Instruction. Camp Sessions are 45 minutes long for two weeks, Monday through Friday. Camp sessions will be in the morning and session times depend on the age of your child (children). Camp sessions are scheduled for: Session 1: June 4 -15; Session 2: June 18 – 29; Session 3: July 9 – 20; Session 4: July 23 – Aug 4. Cost is: $150.00 which includes the use of an age and size appropriate guitar. Call 719-573-0575 to register your child!! Sessions are limited to 6 students. Register soon to get the session you want. The instructors are: Dale J Miller, Colorado College Instructor, Neil Hesse, graduate of Colorado College in Music. Both instructors are certified in the Childbloom Guitar Program. www.Childbloomguitar.com
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As part of Excel@CC in 2018-19, we will pilot a “Best Practices at CC” program and invite you to submit a proposal to present a session. This is an opportunity to build community while sharing your successes in a particular area with your colleagues.
Take a look and select from the “Best Practices” topics listed below. Proposals must be submitted by May 31 via email to Lisa Brommer, interim director of human resources, and will be reviewed by the Excel@CC Advisory Team. Anyone submitting a proposal will be notified of the status of their proposal via email by June 22.
Topics of Particular Interest:
– Best Practices for Managing Projects and Daily Work
– Best Practices for Administrative Support Staff
– Best Practices for Recognizing and Celebrating Staff Contributions
– Best Practices for Supervising Student Employees
– Best Practices for Incorporating Creativity and Innovation into Everyday Work
Your proposal must include:
– Session title
– Summary description of session
– Target audience (who will your session most appeal to?)
– Name(s) of presenter(s)
– Session format: presentation, panel, discussion, etc.
– Expected duration
Please send questions to: Lisa Brommer, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Bridge, email@example.com
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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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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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Picnic Box Open Today (Friday) 7:30-9am
Been dreaming of morning eats on the east side of campus? You haven’t been forgotten! Look for the Picnic Box behind the Tutt Science Center for coffee, pastries, snacks, and breakfast burritos!
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Please join the Film and Media Studies senior majors in the presentation of their feature length screenplays! Featuring work from Tia Phillip, Emiley Miller, and Olivia Steveson.
Friday, May 4th 5:30pm
Cornerstone Screening Room
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org for the May 3, 2018 digest.
Come to learn about diverse ecology of Siberia, it’s importance in slowing down climate change, and how those two things are in danger with the continuation of oil drilling and creating of oil reserves in the area. Talk by Megan Bott. Today, May 3rd, Russian House, 3:30 pm. Russian pastries and Tea are provided.
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Please join us for a retirement celebration for Karla Roth, Associate Registrar on Friday, May 11, 2018 from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm in South Hall. Remarks will begin at 3:30 pm. Karla would enjoy seeing all her colleagues and friends.
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Thursday, May 3, 3:30 p.m., Tutt Library Data Viz Wall
You have an idea for a digital project in your field. Where do you begin? What steps should you take to engineer the project, and how can you showcase the end result? This presentation will provide some guidance on the design and display of digital liberal arts projects.
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Reminders for May 25, 2018:
– Supervisors meet with staff to conduct performance reviews prior to submitting to HR.
– Appeals are due to HR and immediate supervisor.
All information, timelines, and forms for this year’s performance review can be found at tiny.cc/pu5qry
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