Join us for Faculty Lunch #7 featuring Professor Dan Miska!
April 9, 2019
Gaylord Hall in the Worner Center
Free and Open to all Faculty and Staff

Clinical Case Studies: An Integrative Approach to Teaching Human Anatomy to Undergraduate Students

The thigh bone is connected to the knee bone? Most undergraduate students probably wish studying human anatomy was that easy!
With so many structures of the human body to learn in 18 days, the use of Clinical Case Studies provides an integrative approach to help students learn and understand the detailed structures of
the human body.

Doors open – 11:45am
Talk begins – 12:15pm
Event concludes – 1:15pm

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Build your own Gyro:
Thin sliced lamb
Thin sliced chicken
Pita Bread
Shredded lettuce
Diced tomatoes
Diced onion
Tzatziki sauce
Greek Salad with romaine, tomato, goat cheese, red onion, black olives, and artichoke hearts with red wine shallot vinaigrette
Dessert: Baklava
Iced Tea and Iced Water

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The Butler Center invites all identifying LGBTQIA+ students, staff, and faculty to our LGBTQIA+ Community Dinner taking place on Wednesday, April 3rd from 5:00-6:30pm in the Hybl Community Classroom. The purpose of this event is to create space for LGBTQIA+ identified students, staff, and faculty to meaningfully connect and build community over a meal. Any interested students, staff, or faculty may email Noble Gough at to RSVP. Please be sure to include any dietary restrictions.

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This advanced “Good to Great” session is for participants who completed the pre-requisite, “Good to Great: The Journey to Inclusion at CC.” The session expects participants to do more personal work on issues of bias, privilege, vulnerability, courage, and learning to be an ally in the everyday work of inclusion and equity. Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 9 am – 4 pm;

Presenter: Dr. Paul Buckley, Assistant Vice President & Director of the Butler Center

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Please RSVP to request a seat at the Butler Center Annual Awards Banquet, taking place on Sat. April 27, 2019 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the DoubleTree Hotel. Transportation is provided to and from the banquet (bus pick-up/drop-off at Worner Campus Center) and parking is free. As space is limited, we will confirm your reservation via email on or before April 19. If you have questions, or your plans change and you CANNOT attend, please email so your seat can be given to another Colorado College community member.…

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Come check out this amazing opportunity to connect with people in live size from other states/countries inside a metal container. For more information about the concept click on the following link:…

We are having a trail period to have the Portal (i.e. the container box where you can connect with people from other parts of the world) at Innovation building (232 Cache la Poudre) for this whole week. The following connections will be made throughout this week.

March 27 (Wednesday) @ 3:30pm :- Connect with Tempe students of international agency and CIVA charter high school about what constitute LEADERSHIP>
March 28 (Thursday) @ 10:00 am:- Interact with people in portals in Puerto Rico with out in house innovation artist in residence. The artist are Senga, Eddy, Joshua and Crow.
March 31 (Sunday) @ 12:15pm :- Interact with people in portal fro Dallas

If you cannot make it to the times mentioned above please come anyway to Innovation to check out the Portal and learn about it. We are thinking of having this for an extended time frame next year and we would love you input and ideas about it.

If you have any question, reach out to me at

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If a student researching this summer with a faculty member is considering applying for a need-based housing scholarship, please direct them to visit the SCoRe website ( for information on this opportunity. The application is now open and students will be awarded on a first-come first-serve basis. Student eligibility will be based on need level and awards will be prorated accordingly. All students will also need to apply via Summit for Summer Housing (regardless of funding source) if they intend to live on campus during their research.

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After faculty in your department identify students they will be researching with this summer, please work with them and take a moment to fill out the Summer Research Payment Form (found at the bottom of this SCoRe web page- The form will request specific information to ensure students receive their payments correctly and in a timely manner. Filling in the set-up form should be all you need to do to set up the student’s pay. After we receive the information, we will confirm the payment arrangement and finalize payments. Students will have funds dispersed via direct deposit (if set up with the college) or checks will be sent to their Worner boxes. Students will be paid on the Friday of the week they start their research. Please direct any questions to Lisa Schwartz (lschwartz@coloradocollege or 719-389-6685).

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Thursday, March 28, 6-7:30 p.m.

Cornerstone Arts Center

Join our artists in residence (Senga Nengudi, Eddy Know an Degenerate Art Ensemble) for an informal dance and music experience! Everyone is welcome, no experience necessary. You may bring an acoustic instrument if the spirit moves you, but all you really need is your willing spirit. Please wear comfortable clothes and be prepared to go

shoe-less for part of the experience. This event is free and open

to the public.

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