Would the real revolution please stand up? The revolutions of 1917 and 1989 in comparison. Talk by prof. John Gould as a part of talk series about the Russian October Revolution. Today, March 1st, Russian House, 3:30pm. Russian tea and pastries are provided. Welcome!
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CC Hockey vs Western Michigan
FINAL REGULAR SEASON HOME GAMES
Fri March 2 at 7:30pm
Sat March 3 at 6pm
Get your student tickets at Worner Desk!
Both games with major impact on playoffs
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The Wellness Resource Center is now offering office hours from your PEEPs! The PEEPs are a student group that focuses on Prevention, Education, and Empowerment for Peers. Come by if you would like to chat or hang out. We can direct you to resources or just listen. If you have any, questions, comments, or concerns – stop by next week between 1:30 and 3:30. We will have chocolate!
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Come see what courses are available this summer!
Save your points – use your wild card – gain a critical perspective.
Meet us this afternoon in Worner from 12:00pm – 1:30pm.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us in Armstrong Hall, Rm 219
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If you are a new leader, returning leader, or want to lead but aren’t certified yet, still apply to lead NSO 2018!!
Get paid to lead a great trip in a cool place, meet new people, and create a meaningful experience for new CC students.
Applications are due on Summit by March 15th.
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Join the Career Center this Friday, March 2 at 12:15pm in Sacred Grounds for a panel discussion with grassroots lobbyist organizations that work around the country making positive change. Members of USPIRG, Impact, Change Corps, and Environment America will be represented. Many internships and jobs are available at these organizations, so this is a great way to grow your network and learn about open positions!
Remember to RSVP to the Career Center.
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Monday, March 5, 12:15-1:30 p.m., Worner Campus Center
Have you chosen a major yet? Interested in Biology, History, or Spanish? What about Feminist and Gender Studies? Curious about major/minor requirements? Join us for a Majors Resource Fair to talk to faculty and students from a number of departments about potential majors and minors. Lunch will be served!
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Learn a band or orchestra instrument and find out how music learning theory applies to the acquisition of these skills. Course fulfills requirement for CDE licensure. Contact JoyceHanagan@coloradocollege.edu for more information.
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Do you want to present your work at a conference? Register for CSURF – the Colorado Springs Undergraduate Research Forum. Students who have participated love CSURF: 96% said they would recommend CSURF to a friend.
Registration is now OPEN for the 15th Annual CSURF, hosted by Colorado College on Saturday, April 28, 2018 (Block 8, 1st Saturday). CSURF is an opportunity for undergraduate students from Colorado College, UCCS, and the US Air Force Academy to present their research or creative works. The conference is FREE for all student presenters and guests. The student presenter registration deadline is April 5, 2018 (Block 7, 2nd Thurs).
For more information and to register, please go to: www.uccs.edu/csurf or contact Lisa Schwartz, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also very excited to announce that this year we have expanded the options for presentation format. In addition to talks and posters, students can choose to present their work as an Ignite presentation, in visual or performing arts spaces, a themed interactive session, or can propose a format that best suits their research area. Proposals for special formats are due one month prior to registration closing (March 5th).
More of what people are saying about CSURF:
“It was great!” – Annie Hale, CC Class of 2017
“Good presentation experience.” — Monica Weindling, CC Class of 2017
“It’s like the Science Fair except way cooler.” — Esra Siddeek, CC Class of 2017
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As the Director of Colorado’ Office of Outdoor Recreation Industry, Mr. Benitez leads a flourishing outdoor industry; one that has grown to such great heights that it recently earned its place in the calculus of our national gross domestic product. This industry is bigger than just sales of skis and backpacks however. A revolution is taking place, one in which Benitez seeks to transform the outdoor industry into a powerful force for development, conservation, education and wellness. Transforming the industry is no small task. In today’s rapidly changing landscape, where the outdoor recreation industry is driving everything from regional economies to national policies, how do you continue to build and foster a spirit of innovation?
Monday March 5 @ 7pm, Gaylord Hall, Worner Campus Center. bit.ly/2oeAIRz
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