Buff Bulletin Board

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

 

Research team hiring undergraduate peer facilitators for eating disorder prevention program

Are you looking for research experience? Apply by Sept. 12 to facilitate weekly discussions about body image with high school students.

The mind. body. voice. program works to address and resist pressures about how girls and women should appear. We learn to connect and listen to our bodies. We use discussion, reflection and actions to support students' own definitions of health. We are building a community where we can be seen and valued for who we are and not what we look like.

Compensation is available for a commitment of about 8-10 hours/week for fall and spring semester.

Piano lessons for children and teens

The CU Youth Piano Program offers piano lessons for the fall 2021. All levels and ages are welcome!

Details about the program:

  • Ages 6–18.
  • Students register for 14 lessons each semester. Lessons can be online or in-person.
  • Instructors are graduate teachers––piano majors in the master's or doctoral program who love teaching kids!
  • Options of 30, 45 or 60 minutes per week.
  • Scheduling is flexible depending on child and instructor availability, with the option of skipping some weeks (because of travel, etc.).
  • Lessons start after Aug. 23.
  • All levels of experience welcome.

Learn more or complete the inquiry form.

Selling a home? Join virtual info session Sept. 1

Landed is a company that helps employees in education buy homes and navigate their options for homebuying, including its shared equity down payment program, which provides up to $120,000 toward a down payment.

Looking to sell a home? Landed now offers options for home sales. Join to learn more about how they support educators in the home sale process and provide cash back to sellers. RSVP below.

If you go

Wednesday, Sept. 1
4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
RSVP

Join the Dean of Students Leadership and Values Council by Sept. 3

The Dean of Students Leadership and Values Council exists to engage students in a meaningful way and provide the appropriate support, resources and opportunities for its diverse student body to thrive. In addition to sharing ideas, counsel and feedback regarding issues that affect the student body, members will also engage in leadership development and mentorship opportunities.

Learn more about the board, time commitments and application process.

 

CU Athletics is hiring subject tutors

The Herbst Academic Center in the Department of Athletics is looking for subject tutors who can support student-athletes in their summer, fall and spring courses.

  • To qualify to tutor, you must have received an A or B in the course or related course you wish to tutor and carry at least a 3.0 University of Colorado cumulative GPA.
  • Tutors provide one-on-one and, on occasion, small group tutoring to student-athletes to assist them in understanding the content specific material by utilizing specialized backgrounds for which they were hired.
  • The goal of a tutor is to facilitate a student’s learning of the concepts and methods required to be successful in the specified course.
  • All tutoring sessions take place virtually or at the Herbst Academic Center located at the address below: Dal Ward Athletic Center (DALW) 2100 Stadium Drive, Boulder, CO.
  • Tutoring hours occur between 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, and 2-8 p.m. Sunday. 
  • Tutoring sessions are typically one hour long, and hours are flexible.
  • Pay is $15 per hour.

If you are interested in becoming a tutor for student-athletes, please email tutoring@colorado.edu.

Go Buffs! 

Sorority recruitment to begin Aug. 26: What faculty should know

On Thursday, Aug. 26, the CU Panhellenic Association will kick off its annual sorority recruitment with a virtual orientation from 6 to 9 p.m. Recruitment events will continue to take place Aug. 28 to 29 and Sept. 4 to 5.

Students participating in the recruitment are reminded not to miss class or an academic commitment because of a sorority recruitment event.

“The Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life and CU Panhellenic believe in the importance of academics and support the academic mission of the university. We also believe that building strong connections outside of the classroom is essential. However, those connections should not compromise academic achievement.”

Read the faculty guidance in its entirety.

Faculty-staff discount available for Sept. 3 football game

The Buffs are excited to welcome fans back to Folsom Field, especially faculty and staff!

Take advantage of this exclusive offer for faculty/staff to the opening game of the 2021 season on Friday, Sept. 3, at 7 p.m. Stay on campus and be a part of Friday Night Lights as the Buffs take on Northern Colorado. Faculty/staff can buy up to 6 tickets at $20 each, regular price $70, with this exclusive offer.

Please be ready to provide your employee ID number upon purchase. Call 303-492-8282 or email andrew.dardaris@colorado.edu for questions.