Ellie Wood is the Regional Director of Environmental at a commercial airline. She will be giving a presentation of how the airline is working to go carbon neutral. After her presentation, she will be hosting a private discussion with the Women In Business club at 1:30 in Gaylord Hall, immediately following her presentation. She will be discussing her experience as a woman in a male-dominated field. This is not exclusive to women or economic majors. All are welcome!

Posted by s_quick@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

Hi all! B-Side Collective was founded to give underrepresented artists and musicians our own space on campus. We’re excited to get rolling this semester – check out our open meetings and events below (everything will take place at the new 801 N Tejon space!!)

Wednesday (1/31) at 12:15: Open meeting to check out equipment, chat with members about B-Side, and help us decorate! We are seeking decoration of all kinds – art, posters, lights, furniture, etc., so bring what you can!

Friday (2/2) from 5-6:30: Open jam session (equipment provided!), more decorating, and FOOD. Everyone is welcome to listen/perform!

Thursday (2/8) at 12:15: Official start of the semester meeting for all newcomers and people who want to get involved (people who come to 1/31 meeting should come). We are also seeking volunteers!

Hope to see you all there!

Posted by e_papworth@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science will hold the 46th Annual Rawles Prize Competition TODAY from 1-4pm in Tutt Science Center. The competition consists of a 3-hour exam and is open to students of all years and majors. There are cash prizes for this contest, with winners announced at Honors Convocation.

Interested students should meet Kirsten Hogenson and Nguyen Nguyen in the Boettcher Commons of Tutt Science Center (outside of the main math office on the north end of the second floor) a little before 1pm.

Posted by khogenson@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

The Impact Zone: The space between nonprofits, local government, and private funders

Come learn about the relationship between major stakeholders in public work in Colorado Springs- local government, nonprofits and the foundations that often provide financial support for this work.

Register here:
apps.ideal-logic.com/cce?key=29L66-D685_K9KH-5PTF_e1934171

Posted by asiracusa@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

Are you a rising junior (’20) or senior (’19)? Are you interested in interviewing prospective students for the Office of Admission during the 2018-2019 academic year? Come attend the LAST information session for the Admission Fellow program this Thursday (2/1) at 3:30p in Cutler Hall! No prior admission experience is required and attending one information session is highly encouraged. Questions? See the job posting on the Student Employment Website for further details and/or email Erika Blauth, Senior Assistant Director of Admission, at eblauth@coloradocollege.edu.

Posted by eblauth@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

Are your hands out of drawing shape and you want a way to practice?

Come to the free figure drawing sessions happening in the Bemis School of Art drawing classroom (FAC Building west of Packard Hall parking lot, room 254).

Sessions are free to all CC students/staff, and will run each Tuesday night of the block from 7-9pm. We encourage you to bring personal charcoal or pencils, however, basic supplies, easels, newsprint, drawing boards, and chairs will be provided.

If you have any questions, please contact cwu@coloradocollege.edu or jhouck@coloradocollege.edu

Posted by cwu@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.

Please come to 2018 Cornerstone Arts Week, “What Is The Creative Brain?,” featuring concerts, lectures, films, and plays devoted to understanding the relationship between our brains and creativity. The week includes a dynamic kickoff concert by Tanya Tagaq, mind-bending lectures by neuroscientist Robert Sapolsky and famed writer and cartoonist Lynda Barry, student installations and compositions, Charlie Kaufman’s quirky film meditation on the brain and creativity, and a stage adaptation of Oliver Sacks’ “The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat.” All free, all open to the public, with most evening events starting a 7pm. Cornerstone Arts Center, 825 N. Cascade Avenue, Monday January 29 through Saturday February 2.

Posted by squinn@coloradocollege.edu for the January 30, 2018 digest.