Colorado College Events Colorado College Events Q&A with Dr. Phil Condit Fri, 30 Nov 2012 14:56:07 MST <p><em>Tuesday, December 4, 2012 12:00 PM</em></p><p>Dr. Phil Condit, chairman and CEO of Boeing Aircraft (1996-2003) will be available for a pizza lunch and informal Q&amp;A at noon in Kresge Lecture Hall. Dr. Condit is also supporting Physics 220: The Physics and Meaning of Flight, a Block 4 course at CC being offered in collaboration with the U.S. Air Force Academy and with funding from both the Mellon Foundation and the Bill &amp; Melinda Gates Foundation.<strong> Please RSVP by by 12/3 at 2:00pm if you want pizza.</strong></p> 10 Habits of Highly Successful Interns Mon, 26 Nov 2012 09:36:43 MST <p><em>Tuesday, December 4, 2012 12:15 PM</em></p><p>Located in TLC #3</p> Concert Band Fall Performance Thu, 15 Nov 2012 16:44:04 MST <p><em>Tuesday, December 4, 2012 7:30 PM</em></p><p>The CC Concert Band, directed by Jeremy Van Hoy, presents "Our American Music (Part 1)."&nbsp; Andrew Pope, senior clarinet, is the featured soloist.&nbsp;Music by Bernstein, Ives, and Daugherty.</p> W.P. Carey Lecture "Why Is Unemployment So High" with Robert Solow Thu, 15 Nov 2012 16:02:38 MST <p><em>Tuesday, December 4, 2012 7:30 PM</em></p><p>Robert M. Solow, a professor emeritus of economics at&nbsp;the Massacchussetts Institute of Technology, was awarded the 1987 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his important contributions to theories of economic growth.<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;<br />In the 1950s, Solow developed a mathematical model illustrating how various factors can contribute to sustained national economic growth. Contrary to traditional economic thinking, he showed that advances in the rate of technological progress do more to boost economic growth than do capital accumulation and labor increases.<br />&nbsp;<br />In his 1957 article &ldquo;Technical Change and the Aggregate Production Function,&rdquo; Solow observed that about half of economic growth cannot be accounted for by increases in capital and labor. He attributed this unaccounted-for portion &mdash; now called the &ldquo;Solow residual&rdquo; &mdash; to technological innovation. From the 1960s on, Solow&rsquo;s studies helped persuade governments to channel their funds into technological research and development to spur economic growth. A Keynesian, Solow was a witty critic of economists ranging from interventionists such as John Kenneth Galbraith to free marketers such as Milton Friedman. He was awarded the National Medal of Science in 1999.</p> Expedition Down the Colorado: A Summer Exploring the Water Issues of the Southwest’s Great River Tue, 16 Jun 2015 12:03:43 MDT <p><em>Tuesday, December 4, 2012 7:30 PM</em></p><p class="MsoNormal">Three Colorado College graduates and State of the Rockies Project expedition members will speak about their "Down the Colorado" expedition from this past summer. The three explorers, Zak Podmore &rsquo;11, Will Stauffer-Norris &rsquo;11, and David Spiegel &rsquo;12 will recap their journey on the Colorado River from Rocky Mountain National Park to Lake Mead through a multimedia presentation detailing their experiences. Their journey ran from mid-June to early September 2012 and included some of the best whitewater in the country, a trip across Lake Powell on a solar powered raft, and daily water quality tests to monitor the river. The expedition&rsquo;s goal was to engage the river&rsquo;s stakeholders throughout the watershed while also raising awareness of water issues by educating the general public. Through dozens of interviews and hours of footage, the team has produced a film covering their work from the summer. Along with the film, the expedition members will show some of their photographs from this summer and speak about their experiences floating on the mighty Colorado for more than two months.</p> <p class="MsoNormal">Continuing on the successes of last year&rsquo;s Source-to-Sea journey by Will and Zak from the headwaters of the Green River to the Sea of Cortez, this expedition and film seek to further the State of the Rockies Project&rsquo;s goal of informing and engaging the citizens of the Rocky Mountain Region so that they might better shape the future of this beautiful, yet fragile, region. To learn more about the Down the Colorado Expedition visit: <a href=""></a>. To learn more about the Colorado College State of the Rockies Project visit: <a href=""></a>. You may also call the Rockies Project at (719) 227-8145.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Psychology Majors-Learn About the GRE Mon, 26 Nov 2012 09:40:33 MST <p><em>Wednesday, December 5, 2012 12:15 PM</em></p><p>Learn specifics about how to succeed on the GRE</p> PIFP Information Session Mon, 26 Nov 2012 09:38:12 MST <p><em>Wednesday, December 5, 2012 12:15 PM</em></p><p>Come gain valuable information about fellowships after CC.</p> Open House, Office of Communications Wed, 28 Nov 2012 17:38:52 MST <p><em>Wednesday, December 5, 2012 12:30 PM</em></p><p>Faculty and Staff in the Social Sciences Division are invited to see the work of the Office of Communications and to let us know how we can help you.</p> KAFFEEKLATSCH Tue, 04 Dec 2012 09:51:03 MST <p><em>Wednesday, December 5, 2012 3:30 PM</em></p><p>How is the Christmas season celebrated in Germany and who is St. Nikolaus? Find out at this week's Kaffeeklatsch in the German house!</p> <p>Wednesday, 3:30pm!!!!!</p> <p>Free coffee and home baked goods!</p> Visiting Writers Series: Andrew Pyper Thu, 15 Nov 2012 16:50:10 MST <p><em>Wednesday, December 5, 2012 7:00 PM</em></p><p>Buckle your seatbelt for thrills and chills as CC welcomes Pyper, Canada's premiere suspense novelist and author of "Lost Girls," "The Killing Circle," and "The Guardians<em>."</em></p>