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Research subjects needed for study on nervous system

If you are 18 to 35 years of age, healthy and free of neurologic disease, the Neural Control of Movement Lab, located on Main Campus, is conducting a study on the nervous system’s control of standing balance in young and older healthy adults. Participants will be compensated $40 for the experimental session.

The study will consist of two visits on separate days:

  • First visit: familiarization session, approximately 15 minutes
  • Second visit: experimental session, approximately 3 hours
  • Lower leg muscle contractions
  • Standing balance test

If interested, please email Leah Davis for more information at leah.davis@colorado.edu.

CU Athletics seeking guest relations team members

CU Athletics is looking for enthusiastic individuals who are interested in joining the Game Day Guest Relations Team for the 2017 football season.

Guest relations team members will play a pivotal part in ensuring all visitors to Folsom Field have an enjoyable experience while cheering our Buffs to victory. This position will allow team members to have access to benefits that most fans would not normally receive including credentialed access to Folsom Field, Buffs gear/apparel, tickets to other CU sporting events, free meal on game day and a post-season banquet.

Compensation is $11 per hour. For more information, interested applicants should visit the website below or email guestservices@colorado.edu with “GUEST RELATIONS” in the subject line.

Research study: A treatment for chronic back pain

Illustration of back pain

If you suffer from chronic back pain you may be eligible to participate in a paid research study on the benefits of a novel mind-body treatment for chronic pain.

The research study consists of two MRI scan sessions four to six weeks apart on the CU Boulder campus, before and after treatment. Participants will be compensated $225. MRI is safe and non-invasive technology for measuring brain function, and participants will be given a photo of their brain to take home. The treatment will be administered at the Interventional Pain Management clinic at the University of Colorado Hospital at the Anschutz Denver metro campus.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Age 21–70
  • Back pain for the last three months or more
  • No metal in the body (for MRI safety)
  • No opioid use for more than four weeks in the past two years; opioids include common prescription painkillers like oxycodone (Percocet), hydrocodone (Vicodin) and meperidine
  • Not pregnant due to unclear effects of MRI on a fetus

If you are interested, please email canlab@colorado.edu or call 303-492-4299.

Children needed for study on self-control, cognitive strategies

Junior Scientists

The Cognitive Development Center in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience is looking for children age birth to 12 years old who are interested in playing games that will help teach us about self-control, language and cognitive strategies.

A visit, scheduled at your convenience, lasts about 60 minutes. Babysitting is available for siblings. Parents are compensated for travel, and kids receive a fun prize.

For more information or to sign up, see our information below or call us at 303-492-6389.

Register for queer, allied student leadership retreat

The Gender and Sexuality Center at CU welcomes all incoming LGBTQ and allied students to our annual, day-long retreat to meet current student leaders and learn about the LGBTQ community on campus, current initiatives and ways to get involved. RSVP by Aug. 18 to gsc@colorado.edu to attend.

Friday, Aug. 25, 9 to 5 p.m.
Center for Community (C4C), Flatirons Room

Free print production training class Aug. 2

Join Strategic Relations for the latest no-cost print production training course: Paper Stock and Recycling. Walk-ins are welcome, but each class is limited to 15 people. Classes are held the first Wednesday of the month.

Not all papers are created equal. Asking for a brochure to be “printed on white paper” could result in a wide variety of outcomes. Learn about some little-known truths involving recycled content, carbon footprints and the sustainability certifications earned by paper mills and printing presses. And each decision can affect your cost.

Wednesday, Aug. 2, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Center for Community (C4C), room 435S

Last chance to register for COLTT Conference

Join this important annual convening of the region's educational technology community, Aug. 9–10 at Wolf Law Building. The deadline for registration is 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 2.

Build your own escape room or light board for online video production at the maker space. Explore topics such as the ethics of data collection; join sessions on sifting fact from spin in the digital era; take away transferable lessons from Maria Andersen's keynote, “Learning at Scale: Using Research to Improve Learning Practices and Technology for Teaching,” and so much more!

Learn more about the 2017 conference and keynote speaker at CU Boulder Today. Visit the conference website for the sessions schedule, and email any questions to the coltt@cu.edu.

Don't miss out on the Be Involved Fair

Don't miss out on the opportunity to have your campus organization or department represented at the Be Involved Fair on Wednesday, Aug. 30.

CU Boulder campus organizations and departments and Boulder community volunteer organizations are invited to request a table and showcase opportunities for students to get involved on and off campus. Over 3,500 students and 250 organizations participated in the event last year, and further growth is anticipated for the upcoming iteration.

The event is free and open for all CU Boulder students to attend. Learn more or register online now.

Web Express outage scheduled for July 29

The Web Express platform is scheduled for server maintenance on Saturday, July 29. A complete outage of the platform is expected for up to 30 minutes starting at 8 a.m.

All websites on the Web Express platform, including www.colorado.edu, will not be available to the public or for site editing. An "under maintenance" message will display during this time period.