MCEDC Digest, November 20, 2015
Program News & Announcements
Our Engineering Possibilities in International Development event at the Posner Center this past Monday was a great success. Thank you again to all of the panelists and the students who presented posters, as well as to all the students and faculty who were able to attend.

You can find more photos from the event on the  MCEDC Facebook Page .
Spring 2016 Fellowship Application for MCEDC Now Available!  Get the application here.
Congratulations to Dr. Montoya and Dr. Amadei!

Kudos to Dr. Lupita Montoya and Dr. Bernard Amadei for receiving Cross-Campus Entrepreneurship Initiative Seed
grants in a campus-wide competition.
Lupita received funding for a project to integrate entrepreneurship principles focusing on the needs of Latino and Native American communities in an existing sustainable design course taught in a Residential Academic Program, expanding the course offering to all majors.

Bernard is part of the team headed by Francy Milner and Dr. Susan Clarke to develop a model for CU-Boulder undergraduates to work collaboratively and entrepreneurially to address social and environmental problems.

Read more about the Entrepreneurship Initiative here.

University Events
December 1, Peace Corps Application Workshop
Tuesday, December 1
HLMS 241

Want tips on how to submit a competitive Peace Corps application? 

Attend this application workshop and we will walk you through it so you'll be ready to submit your completed application by the end. Don't forget the next application deadline is January 1!

Register for this event and learn more 
here .
Community Events
December 5, Film Screening

Saturday, December 5
Location TBD
Join the population conversation for "Mother: Caring for 7 Billion", a film that shuts down the "taboo" nature of population growth, an issue that has been fueling the world's most detrimental environmental, humanitarian, and social crises.

Stay tuned for location details!  Learn more about the film and watch the trailer .
January 13, Chautauqua Author Series

Wednesday, January 13
Chautauqua Community House

Learn about the traditions and struggles in Southern Sudan and embark on the journey of female Sudanese refugees as they escape from violence to Colorado and pursue their dreams of education. Buy tickets and read more here.
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