Boulder faculty to be recognized at Fall Convocation

Fifth annual awards ceremony set for Friday
By Staff

The fifth annual Fall Convocation Awards Ceremony: Awards and Presentations Celebrating Faculty and Student Achievements is set for 1:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, in the Old Main Chapel on the University of Colorado Boulder campus.

The ceremony will include welcoming remarks from Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano, followed by recognition of this year's faculty receiving tenure and promotion, a presentation of this year's Provost's Faculty and Student Achievement Awards, the presentation of the Student Affairs Faculty Award and a reception in the Heritage Center (Old Main, third floor).

Fall Convocation events also will include panels with topics such as "Experimental Art, a Tradition at CU," a panel discussion organized by Professor Daniel Boord, 10 a.m.; "America's Longest Wars: Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan," a lecture by Professor Robert D. Schulzinger, 11 a.m.; and "Why is Facebook Important to Your Student (and You)?," a panel discussion organized by Professor Andrew Calabrese, 3 p.m. All panels will be in the Old Main Chapel.

More details are available here.