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Campus Happenings

Weekly Events & Updates


October 16, 2017

Editor’s note: The “Campus Happenings” e-newsletter is distributed weekly to students at University of Colorado Denver by the Division of Student Affairs. Those CU Denver events and updates are also provided on this webpage. Check in every Monday to find out what’s happening!


FEATURED UPDATE

Deepen your understanding of social justice: The Transcend Auraria Social Justice Retreat is a tri-institutional experience for students to learn about injustices surrounding multiple communities and engage in personal identity exploration. The retreat’s planned for Jan. 19 - 21 at the Ponderosa Retreat Center in Larkspur. Apply on MyLynx by Sunday, Oct. 22. Questions? Contact Alejandra Nevarez.

EVENTS

Mondays, 8am - 10am
Coffee Mondays
Grab a cup of coffee & a breakfast item
No charge with student ID
North Classroom, Atrium C1

Thursdays, 
11am2pm
Spirit Thursdays
Wear your CU Denver spirit gear
Grab some popcorn
Enter a drawing for a CU Spirit pack
Student Commons Building, Lynx Center

Career Center Events & Workshops
Thursday, Oct. 19, Choosing a Grad School
Thursday, Oct. 26, Grad School Preparation
Every Wednesday, Resume & Cover Letter Meetups
Times, locations & details available online

Center for Identity & Inclusion
Tuesdays & Thursdays, Knit for Warmth
Tuesday, Oct. 17, Executive Panel Event
Wednesday, Oct. 18, Nobody is Illegal
Wednesday, Oct. 18, Cambodian American Identity
Times, locations & details available online

Financial Wellness Events & Workshops
Tuesday, Oct. 17, Fraud and Identity Theft
Wednesday, Oct. 18, Benefits of Social Security
Thursday, Oct. 19, Money Matters
Register now
Times, locations & details available online

Weekly Counseling Center Workshops
1st Wednesday, Stress Less
2nd Wednesday, Relationships
3rd Wednesday, Peace of Mind
4th Wednesday, Managing your mood
Dates, times & details available online
Tivoli Student Union, #454 

Weekly Wellness Center Programs
Move-it Monday Fitness, Noon - 12:45pm
CU Denver Field 
Wellness Wednesday Yoga, Noon – 12:45pm
Student Commons Building, Speer Gallery

Student-led LGBTQ Discussion Groups
Trans* Discussion Group
Space for trans* students to connect
Interfaith in the LGBTQIA+ Community
Discuss LGBTQIA+ in faith spaces
Changing Identities
Discuss recoming out/reidentifying
Times, locations & details available online
Tivoli Student Union, #307A

Wednesdays, Noon – 
2pm
Thursdays, 11am1pm
Let’s Talk!
Chat with Counseling Center staff
Lynx Center, Student Commons Building

Wednesdays, 
2pm3pm
Relaxation Station
Activities to help you chillax
Boettcher Foundation Conference Room,
Student Commons Building

Weekdays through Dec. 1, 
9am5pm
Rembrandt: The Etchings
Intimate gallery experience
Unique accessibility
No charge, open to the public
Fulginiti Pavilion, Anschutz Medical Campus

Wednesdays through Nov. 15
7pm – 8:30pm
Mini-School of Social & Political Sciences
Open to everyone, no charge
Presented by the Graduate School
Registration recommended
Student Commons Building, #1500

Women & Gender Center:
Financial Literacy Week Events
Monday, Oct. 16, Women & Money
Tuesday, Oct. 17, Salary Negotiation
Wednesday, Oct. 18, Student Loan Repayment
Thursday, Oct. 19, Money Matters & Credit Score
Register online
Times, locations & details available online

Tuesday, Oct. 17, Noon – 
1pm
Nobel at Noon Lecture Series
Einstein: A Slightly Different Look
Presented by Bob Damrauer, Special Assistant to the Provost
Light refreshments
Series continues through Dec. 19
Student Commons Building, Wartgow Welcome Center

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 
4pm6pm
Trivia Night
Test your knowledge of random facts
Fun, music, prizes
Tivoli Student Union, Multicultural Lounge

Tuesday, Oct. 17, 
5:15pm7pm
Become a Business Leader with Edge
Information technology panel discussion
Learn how IT can advance your career
RSVP on MyLynx by Oct. 17 at noon
St. Cajetans, Auraria Campus

Wednesday, Oct. 18, Noon – 
1pm
Worlds Within Ruins
Featuring artist Melissa Furness 
Student-priced tickets available online
Denver Art Museum, Congdon Board Room
100 W. 14th Ave Pkwy

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 
7pm9pm
Support the Rhythm: Latin Jazz Night
Student ensemble ‘Voz de la Clave’
Professional ensemble ‘Ritmo Jazz’
RSVP online
King Center, 145 Concert Hall

Thursday, Oct. 19, 
7:30am9am
CU South Denver:
Negotiating International Business
Breakfast, networking, presentation, Q&A
Purchase tickets online
20% CU discount, use code custudent, cuemployee or cualumni
CU South Denver, 
10035 S. Peoria St., Lone Tree

Thursday, Oct. 19, 
12:30pm2pm
Hot Topic: Money Management
Learn to manage your finances
Tivoli Student Union, Multicultural Lounge

Friday, Oct. 20, 
8:30am4pm
Co-LEADS Student Summit
Leadership & social justice workshops
Discuss activism, advocacy & social change
Register online
Tivoli Student Union, Turnhalle

 

UPDATES

Check your inbox! Did you receive a National College Health Assessment (NCHA) survey in your university email account last week from NCHAWEB? If you did, be sure complete it by October 23. You’ll be entered into a gift card drawing worth up to $250 & your responses will help provide important data on student health habits leading to enhanced campus health services. Questions? Email Susanne Lederer-Graham.

Push back against perfectionism: Setting unrealistic goals can affect mental health and lead to poor academic performance. Sound familiar? Check out the October issue of Student Health 101 for tips on setting realistic goals and avoiding the stress of unattainable perfection. This month’s issue also includes ways to incorporate meditation into your morning routine and a helpful good-roomie guide for keeping the peace at home.

New campus safety videos: The Auraria Campus Police Department (ACPD) has released two videos with tips for making campus safer. The first video offers advice on how to anonymously text a tip directly to the ACPD. The second video includes detailed information on how to keep yourself and your belongings safe, how to respond to an active threat & how to prepare for severe weather.

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