Buff Bulletin Board

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

 

Students: Get your free flu shot

Medical Services provides free flu shots for CU Boulder students in a variety of locations on campus during the flu season. An annual seasonal flu vaccine is the best way to help protect against flu. Flu vaccination can reduce flu illnesses, doctors’ visits, and missed work and school due to flu, as well as prevent flu-related hospitalizations.

Flu shots are by appointment only. Medical Services is unable to provide flu vaccines to CU Boulder staff and faculty.

Check out internship and career fairs happening in October

There are several career and internship fairs coming up for students, depending on your area of study and career goals. 

  • Oct. 4: Chemical and Biological Engineering Career Fair
  • Oct. 5: Computing and Software Career & Internship Fair
  • Oct. 6: Aerospace and Defense Career & Internship Fair
  • Oct. 7: STEM Industry Career & Internship Fair
  • Oct. 13: All-campus Career & Internship Fair
  • Oct. 14: CMCI Career & Internship Fair

Visit Career Services for more details.

Grad students: Apply for a paid position to work with GPSG

The Graduate and Professional Student Government has several openings for college senators, which are paid bi-weekly. We are currently seeking senators from Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Education and Leeds Business.

We are reviewing applications on a rolling basis. Contact speaker.gpsg@colorado.edu if you have any questions about the position.

Volunteer Management Training series offered this fall

Volunteers pose for photo

The Volunteer Resource Center is hosting a new Volunteer Management Training series to provide individuals and organizations with resources and skills necessary to effectively manage, develop and retain volunteers. Participants will leave each module with key takeaways to implement in their own organizations and volunteer programs. Open to CU Boulder students, staff and faculty as well as nonprofit organizations.

Volunteer management is a key element of the success of your program or event. The Volunteer Management Trainings will take place monthly through the spring semester. You can attend individual sessions based on needs and knowledge, or the whole series for a more holistic education on volunteer management.

Printing and more available for students at the Ink Spot in the UMC

Contact the Ink Spot in the UMC for your printing needs. The Ink Spot offers a variety of print services including printing, binding, lamination, foam-core, wide-format printing and more. Orders may be submitted in person at the Ink Spot or online through the Imaging Services website or eprint@colorado.edu.

If you need assistance creating a print-ready PDF, need to request a quote or have any printing questions, please email eprint@colorado.edu or call 303-492-7878.

CU Boulder seeks nominations for arts and sciences dean position

CU Boulder seeks nominations for a dynamic academician and experienced administrator to serve as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S). In this leadership role of the university’s largest college, the dean is the primary advocate for the college’s broad liberal arts mission and the chief administrator of the three newly formed divisions within A&S. The position reports to the provost and executive vice chancellor for academic affairs.

The dean of the College of Arts and Sciences position in a newly configured college assumes a critical role in shaping the academic and administrative landscape of the campus, sustaining and increasing our reputation as a national research university, and in meeting our strategic imperatives.

“We are seeking an inspired leader with a deep commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion who can support and coordinate resources among three strong and autonomous divisional deans in CU Boulder’s largest college,” said Provost Russell Moore. “Our ideal candidate will have strong diplomatic and interpersonal communications skills, in addition to having strong management and logistical support skills.”

On July 28, the university announced members of the search committee, chaired by Sharon Matusik, dean of the Leeds School of Business and professor of strategy and entrepreneurship.

Read more about this career opportunity at CU Boulder Jobs. CU Boulder employees interested in applying for this position should apply on the Boulder campus internal job board. Nominations may be submitted via an online form.

Questions regarding the position?
Search chair, Sharon Matusik, sharon.matusik@colorado.edu

Questions regarding the search process?
HR recruiter, Monica Carroll, monica.carroll@colorado.edu

Join the Buffs Together Tailgate on Saturday for free food, activities, more

Join Health and Wellness Services for a tailgate party before the mental health awareness football game on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 9 a.m. to noon.

  • Free breakfast: English muffin and croissant sandwiches, breakfast breads, coffee, juice
  • Music
  • Inflatables: Quarterback blitz, soccer dart and two-lane bungee run

Tailgate is for students only. Buff OneCards are required.

Swipe it forward: Donate a meal swipe to fellow Buffs in need Oct. 4–6

The Volunteer Resource Center is collecting meal swipe donations to fight food insecurity on campus. Anyone with a meal plan can donate one meal swipe Oct. 4–6. Just tell the cashier that you would like to donate.

Donations will be accepted at the following locations:

  • C4C Dining Center
  • Village Center Dining
  • Alferd Packer Grill
  • The Alley
  • Sewall Dining Center
  • SEEC Café

Only one meal swipe can be donated per person. Don’t have a meal plan, but still want to help? Donate here.

If you have questions about this program, email food@colorado.edu.

It’s compliance week

Students: You'll receive a few important reminder emails this week.

Each fall, the campus sends communications to share important information and meet federal notification requirements. Recently, students received eMemos on topics such as FERPA, discrimination and harassment, and voting. Over the coming week, you'll continue to receive annual reminders on topics concerning drug policy and conviction impacts, financial aid and the campus's safety and security report.