Buff Bulletin Board

The Buff Bulletin Board, a listing of campus announcements, is a service of Campus Communications.

 

Low-cost therapy for students and employees

Struggling with anxiety or depression? Feeling down, hopeless or stuck in a cycle of unproductive worry? Low-cost teletherapy is available through CU Boulder’s Raimy Psychology Clinic, for individuals residing in Colorado. Sessions are held through the videoconferencing platform Zoom.

Raimy Clinic therapists can provide help coping with stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and other difficulties during this very challenging time! Special low rates are available for all CU Boulder students, staff and faculty, or family members of full-time staff or faculty. Openings for new clients are available now. Email or call now to start the intake process.

For more information, call our intake coordinator Anna Gilmour at 303-492-5177, email raimy@colorado.edu or visit our website.

Low-cost therapy for students

Struggling with anxiety or depression? Feeling down, hopeless or stuck in a cycle of unproductive worry? Low-cost teletherapy is available through CU Boulder’s Raimy Psychology Clinic, for individuals residing in Colorado. Sessions are held through the videoconferencing platform Zoom.

Raimy Clinic therapists can provide help coping with stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and other difficulties during this very challenging time! Low rates are available for all CU Boulder students. Openings for new clients are available now. Email or call now to start the intake process.

For more information, call our intake coordinator Anna Gilmour at 303-492-5177, email raimy@colorado.edu or visit our website.

Play collaborative learning games online and earn $40

The Social, Emotional, and Cognitive Computing Lab at CU Boulder invites you to participate in a study of collaboration. You are eligible to participate if you are a CU Boulder student, at least 18 years of age, speak English, do not have significant and uncorrected vision impairments, and have not previously played Physics Playground or a similar game (e.g., Crayon Physics Deluxe, Magic Pen) for more than an hour.

The study will take place over Zoom and will last approximately two and a half hours. You will be compensated with a $40 Amazon gift card.

If you are interested in participating, please contact us at emotivecomputing.cps2@gmail.com for more information.

CU NightRide is hiring

We're hiring for summer and fall

CU NightRide is a student-operated program dedicated to meeting the safety needs of CU students, faculty and staff by providing night-time transportation to support a safe academic and socially responsible environment, both on campus and in the community.

Hiring driver/dispatchers

  • Student Assistant I
  • $12.32/hour
  • 10–20 hours/week

CU NightRide is hiring driver/dispatchers to take calls, coordinate rides and drive within the city of Boulder. We’re looking for students who are confident and safe behind the wheel, friendly, courteous, non-judgmental, caring and skilled at multitasking.

Read the full job description and complete the online application.

Study on social anxiety

Graphic depicting person with social anxiety

We are seeking socially anxious individuals to participate in a study of factors that contribute to social anxiety, as well as the impact of expressive writing about social anxiety-provoking experiences. 

The study includes a two-hour initial visit (completed in person) and a 30-minute follow-up survey (completed online). An electroencephalography (EEG) cap will be placed on your head as part of the initial study visit.

You will be paid $45 for your time if you complete both parts of the experiment, with payments made in Amazon gift cards. This opportunity is available to the public.

You may be eligible to participate if:

  • You are at least 18 years old
  • You are fluent in English
  • You are socially anxious

See if you qualify by completing our brief and anonymous screening survey, or email margaret.tobias@colorado.edu for more information.

This research study has been approved by the CU Boulder Institutional Review Board (Protocol #20-0370).

Low-cost therapy for students and employees

Struggling with anxiety or depression? Feeling down, hopeless or stuck in a cycle of unproductive worry? Low-cost teletherapy is available through CU Boulder’s Raimy Psychology Clinic, for individuals residing in Colorado. Sessions are held through the videoconferencing platform Zoom.

Raimy Clinic therapists can provide help coping with stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and other difficulties during this very challenging time! Special low rates are available for all CU Boulder students, staff and faculty, or family members of full-time staff or faculty. Openings for new clients are available now. Email or call now to start the intake process.

For more information, call our intake coordinator Anna Gilmour at 303-492-5177, email raimy@colorado.edu or visit our website.

Item removal, reset underway at Boulder Strong site

The removal of tribute items from the fence for preservation by the city of Boulder and the Museum of Boulder, who have partnered to archive the tragedy for future generations, began June 1.

Following the removal, King Soopers will reset the location of the fence and add a mesh fabric covering to the portion along Table Mesa Drive with the Boulder Strong message. Additionally, a tribute space will be created in the west side of the parking lot. This space will house an installation of fresh flowers, donated by King Soopers, to honor the victims.

Read the full announcement.

Low-cost therapy for students

Struggling with anxiety or depression? Feeling down, hopeless or stuck in a cycle of unproductive worry? Low-cost teletherapy is available through CU Boulder’s Raimy Psychology Clinic, for individuals residing in Colorado. Sessions are held through the videoconferencing platform Zoom.
    
Raimy Clinic therapists can provide help coping with stress, depression, anxiety, relationship issues and other difficulties during this very challenging time! Low rates are available for all CU Boulder students. Openings for new clients are available now. Email or call now to start the intake process.
    
For more information, call our intake coordinator Anna Gilmour at 303-492-5177, email raimy@colorado.edu or visit our website.

Study investigating neuromuscular function and balance in adults with multiple sclerosis

Researchers in the Neurophysiology of Movement Lab are conducting a study to investigate the acute influence of sensory stimulation on neuromuscular function and balance.

They are looking for adults ages 18–65 with a clinically confirmed diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Participants must be able to walk but have some difficulty walking.

The study involves two separate in-person visits to our lab on CU Boulder Main Campus separated by 4–6 days. The evaluation sessions are approximately two hours each, and participants will be paid up to $100 for completing the study.

If interested, please contact Mohammed Alenazy by phone at 303-492-4975 or email at moal4255@colorado.edu.

Participants needed for technology study

Researchers at the Institute of Cognitive Science are seeking men and women volunteers to participate in a research study investigating how technology can either facilitate or hinder teams performing tasks.

The experiment will take approximately 1.5 hours. Participants must be 18 years or older and will be compensated at $15 an hour. Participants will also earn money through performance in the task. If you are interested in participating or for more information, please contact Professor Leanne Hirshfield at shinelabstudy@gmail.com

Review your fall class schedule

Fall 2021 classroom assignments and meeting times are subject to change through late May to accommodate in-person class options. Don't forget to review your schedule between May 24 and June 1, and make adjustments as needed. Learn more.

Review summer dining hours and information

Dining hall employee serves food

The Alferd Packer Grill, The Bakery, WeatherTech Café, SEEC and Starbucks are open with summer hours. Order and pay ahead options are not available this summer through Nutrislice, but you can view menus using the Nutrislice website and app.

Colorado Shakespeare Festival: Classics 101

Shakespeare performer on stage

Learn all about the plays in Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s 2021 season from the experts: our dramaturgs. This informal lecture series is a great way to learn about the historical context, production history and behind-the-scenes aspects of the plays. Even though we are not gathering in person, you can still enjoy this lecture from the comfort of your home.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Monday, May 17, 6–7 p.m.
Dramaturg: Amanda Giguere, PhD
Special guests: Jon Dunkle (scenic designer) and Carolyn Howarth (director)

The Odyssey
Monday, May 24, 6–7 p.m.
Dramaturg: Amanda Giguere, PhD
Special guests: Jon Dunkle (scenic designer) and Tim Orr (CSF's producing artistic director)

CSF summer programming: Shakespeare Storytime (ages 6–11)

Kids performing in Shakespeare play

A fun and easy way to introduce your child to Shakespeare’s captivating stories! CSF staff (Amanda Giguere and Tamarra Nelson) will bring the magic, the mystery and the adventures of "A Midsummer Night's Dream," "The Odyssey," "Pericles," and "The Comedy of Errors" to life! Storytime sessions will encourage movement, play and active exploration, whether virtual or in person.

In-person sessions (Tuesdays) will be held outdoors, on CU Boulder's campus, with masks and physical distancing required for all participants. Bring a blanket, water, some sunscreen and be prepared for all kinds of weather! Virtual sessions (Wednesdays) will be held on Zoom. Maximum of 10 participants.

  • June 8–30
  • Tuesdays, 10–11 a.m. (in person)
  • Wednesdays, 10–11 a.m. (virtual)
  • Ages 6–11
  • Cost is $60 (in-person or virtual package)
  • Located on CU campus or Zoom