I am conducting a study at Colorado College designed to gain a better understanding of the factors that influence the pursuit of education after high school graduation among Latinx students. If you identify as Hispanic/Latinx I invite you to complete the demographic survey that should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete.
Upon completion of the survey I will send you a follow up email that will invite you to participate in one of four focus groups to discuss the factors that influence(d) your pursuit of education. Here is the survey link:
Colorado College Department of Education
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This is ONLY for the SENIORS! You are invited to participate in a focus group conversation reflecting on your own studying habits on the Block Plan. The focus group will last between one hour or two hours in the evening around 5 PM. There will be free food served during the focus group as your compensation. With the information that will be collected, the results will be given to the First Year Experience Program to design a program around how the first-year students can adjust their own studying habits. If you are interested in providing your own personal experience about your studying habits on the Block Plan, please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com by the end of this week. Thank you!
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Wednesday, 3:30 – 5 p.m., Slocum Commons
Do you have a research project you’d like to pursue? Last year, the Keller Family Venture Grant Program funded $107,592 in student research, and 80 CC students pursued individual research projects. You could be one of them! Join us as we discuss how Venture Grants allow students to expand on distinctly unique research endeavors. What will your adventure be?
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A 45 minute play about pain, love and the weight of trauma. Trigger warning: contains content explicitly relating to mental health and sexual violence.
Friday 12/1 and Saturday 12/2 in Taylor Theatre.
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The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry will be offering three half-block courses this year, ranging from a review of mathematical principles necessary for success in chemistry to a course exploring the role of computers in understanding chemical systems and a course looking at the role of metals in living systems. Please contact the professor for more information.
CH104: Selected Topics in Chemistry–the mole & its mathematical role in chemistry. 0.5 units–Daugherty (email@example.com). CH199: Computational Chemistry: An examination of the tools available for studying models of chemical systems. FORTRAN programming. 0.5 unit–Meyer (firstname.lastname@example.org). CH300: Topics in Chemistry or Biochemistry: Bioinorganic Chemistry. 0.5 units–Bowman (email@example.com).
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Drop by 232 E Cache La Poudre and utilize Innovation’s co-working space, meditation room, makerspace or conference room. Starting this week, we will be open 9am – 7pm. In order to utilize our laser cutter during these hours you must go through training which will be offered regularly.
The next training is this Friday, Dec 1st 3pm – 5pm!
To RSVP for this training workshop, email Suzie at email@example.com asap, space is very limited.
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Are you interested in immigration reform and social justice?
This presentation on the experiences of the CC students in the “Globalization and Immigration on the US/Mexico Border” Sociology class in Arizona will offer a primer on key aspects of the migratory experience to the US from Mexico and Central America.
It will also offer a critical description of the contemporary US immigration policy response to migration, which uses infrastructure, surveillance, detention, apprehension, and legal proceedings as tactics of deterrence.
Discussions will touch on responses to the abuse of human rights, which includes activism on the national, local, and campus levels, and opportunities to get involved.
Join us Thursday, November 30th from 12:15-1pm in Tutt Library 238 for lunch and our presentation! Food will be provided.
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The CC Print Shop is closed this week and will reopen Monday, Dec.4. If you have a rush print order, please contact Centennial Reproduction at (719) 635-4453 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Provide your name, department, and budget code.
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Collaborative for Community Engagement is looking to hire a Communications and Administrative Assistant. This position will begin on January 8, 2018 and will be paid $9.44 per hour. In this position the student will support CCE by providing support and content for office social media and communications projects, database organization and analysis efforts, as well as front desk support. To find out more about this great opportunity and others please visit the student job listing page provided below.
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There are just three more weeks to sign up for an exciting, skill-building, non-credit Half Block. Check out some of the available classes below. You can sign up for courses through December 21st on Summit Student Life.
- Advertising Agency Immersion
- Building Your Freelance Writing Business
- Digital Tools for the Liberal Arts
- Global Debt: A Common Factor Driving Uncommon Times
- Moving, Thinking, Meaning: Investigating Mind and Body in Dance and Movement Theatre
- Represent Your First Client, Try Your First Case
- Soundance: Film Audio Blowout!
- The Vocab: Critical Approaches to Spoken Word Writing and Performing
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