Buff Bulletin Board

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


Get free tickets to a Denver Nuggets game

Watch the Denver Nuggets live and in person as they try to improve their record with games against the Spurs and the Mavericks. Limited number of tickets available for each game.

Monday, Oct. 25, at 7 p.m. | San Antonio Spurs
Ticket distribution will start on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 10 a.m. in the Center for Student Involvement (UMC 330).

Friday, Oct. 29, at 8 p.m. | Dallas Mavericks
Ticket distribution will start on Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 10 a.m. in the Center for Student Involvement (UMC 330).

One ticket per student; must have Buff OneCard to pick up ticket. If you want to go to the game with a friend, please plan to pick up your tickets together. No tickets will be held. Students can then take the RTD bus for free down to Denver to watch the game.

Interested in being a Journey Leader? Learn more at info sessions Oct. 20, 28

Journey Leaders help welcome our newest class of CU Buffs to campus. Come meet current and past Journey Leaders, and learn more about the position and application process. We will have fun activities and snacks as well. Bring a friend and come learn more about how you can get involved and become a Journey Leader!

  • Wednesday, Oct. 20, 6–7 p.m. in C4C S350
  • Thursday, Oct. 28, 6–7 p.m. in C4C S350 

Get CU Ski Bus discounts delivered to your inbox

Make the most of your time in Colorado––get 50% off ski bus tickets with discounts sponsored by the Herd Leadership Council.

There are 20 seats reserve per ski bus this winter to provide students with discounted rates to access some of Colorado’s finest ski resorts. Ski bus tickets are $10 each (half off the regular price). Once the 20-seat cap is reached, discounts will no longer be available for that bus. But don't worry—there are multiple buses leaving from three locations on campus November through March.

Sign up for HLC emails to get the monthly ski bus discount codes sent straight to your inbox, now through March 2022. 

Faculty: Participate in a research questionnaire on faculty perceptions of global warming, public health

CU Boulder is part of a random sample of colleges chosen to participate in the University Faculty Perceptions of Global Warming and Public Health Questionnaire, facilitated by researchers at the University of Florida and Bucknell University. 

You are invited to complete a brief questionnaire about your attitudes toward global warming and public health issues. A goal of this questionnaire is to determine how faculty me​mbers perceive global warming, its effect(s) on their work and the effect of global warming on public health issues.

The questionnaire is short and should take about 15–20 minutes to complete. Begin the survey.

Where do you go if you need printing done or copies made?

CU's Ink Spot Copy Center in the UMC...

  • Offers high-quality, full-service printing and bulk mailing
  • Postcards, posters, business cards, envelopes, brochures and more
  • Uses recycled and recyclable paper products whenever possible
  • Provides campus with sustainable services, staffed with print professionals
  • Accepts SpeedTypes and procurement cards in addition to cash, check and personal credit cards
  • Send files ahead of time for faster service

Ink Spot Copy Center
UMC, first floor

Don't miss the All-campus Career & Internship Fair on Oct. 13

Join the All-campus Career & Internship Fair from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 13. 

Employers will be recruiting majors including accounting, banking, consulting, government, human services, management, retail, sales, communications and more. CU Boulder students and alumni from all majors, experience levels and backgrounds are welcome to attend this free event.

Students with a completed Handshake profile have a greater chance of being selected for an employer one-on-one. Others will be placed into group conversations.

Faculty-staff discount available for Homecoming game Nov. 6

Join Colorado football on Saturday, Nov. 6, for the annual Homecoming game. Faculty-staff tickets start at $30 and are available here.

Faculty and staff pricing is also available for Buffalo men’s and women’s basketball. Season tickets to men’s start at $202, while season tickets to women’s start at $100.

For more information on all faculty and staff ticket promotions visit cubuffs.com/facultystaff or call the ticket office at 303-492-8337.

NSF AI Institute for Student-AI Teaming seeking study participants

We are recruiting participants for a research study who are native English speakers, are over the age of 18, and who are students, staff or faculty at CU Boulder. 

These studies take place at the Center for Innovation and Technology, Room 184G. In this type of study we investigate collaborative problem solving in science, technology, engineering and mathematics domains. In the study you will be working with other participants on a series of group problem solving tasks.

During the study we’ll be using cameras and microphones to record the interactions you and your group have with one another and with the tasks at hand. We’ll also use eye tracking to measure your gaze patterns during the experiment. Collecting video and audio data of you and your group’s interactions is mandatory for this study. If you do not want to be recorded with video and microphone, you may decide not to participate in this study at any time.  

These studies last 2.5 hours each, and the pay is $15 per hour ($37.50 total). You cannot earn course credit through this study.

Schedule an appointment online. To get directions to our lab, or for more information, please email isat.aicl@gmail.com.

Fight the phish: Cybersecurity Awareness Month—week 2

Graphic illustrating phishing hook

For all the emerging threats and news that are cropping up on the horizon, phishing—one of the oldest pain points in cybersecurity—continues to be a threat to individuals and organizations. Here are a few quick best practices and tips for dealing with phishing threats.

Course alert submissions requested by Oct. 11

Course alerts are an important component in ensuring undergraduate student success. The process aligns with the university's strategic priority of creating a common student-centered approach to teaching and learning and aims to improve retention and graduation rates for students. If students are alerted early in the semester, they have the time to take action, whether this means seeking additional instructor help or guidance, engaging a tutor or modifying their schedule accordingly.

“We strongly recommend that instructors submit their alerts as early as possible, and well before the drop deadline for the term, to help students improve their academic performance in the class,” said Myers. “Instructors can submit their alerts more than once a term, but only once per student.”
The recommended deadlines for Boulder 16-week courses is Monday, October 11.