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  • Sustainability - Rent a Bicycle from Green Bikes
    on gas and saves our planet Menu Menu How to Rent a Bike We rent each of our bikes to a specific individual for a specific rental period At only 15 per month you ll save loads on gas Here s how to sign up E mail greenbikes colgate edu with the subject Green Bike Application for a Green Bike Include your class year ID number phone number and what rental period you are applying for We ll select individuals on a first come first serve basis If you are selected for a Green Bike you will be notified by September 1 for fall rental March 1 for spring rental and May 1 for summer rental You then sign a rental form and a waiver online or in person when you pick up your bike by the deadline we set Warning if you don t pick up your bike in time we ll reassign it We ll e mail you before the end of your rental period to remind you when and where to return your Green Bike Easy as pie Rental Periods Our bikes are available during the following rental periods each year Spring April 1 May 1 Summer May 20 August 20 Fall September 1 November 1 Rental Fees All fees will be charged to your Gate Card Standard rental 15 00 per month Bike that is not returned by deadline 5 per day each day it is late Unreturned or broken lock 15 00 Unreturned or damaged helmet 20 Damaged bike Individual charged full price of repair or replacement Contact Information Ben Campbell 16 Senior Green Raider Intern greenbikes colgate edu Required Forms If you have been selected for a bike rental you need to complete and submit the following forms Green Bikes Rental Form Green Bikes

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/sustainability/climate-action-planning/alternative-transportation/green-bikes (2016-02-01)
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  • Sustainability and Green Initiatives for Students
    longest running annual event that takes place each October The Summit is a collaborative think tank that brings the Colgate community together to exchange ideas and plans of action for making our campus more sustainable RecycleMania RecycleMania is an annual recycling competition involving hundreds of colleges and universities During eight weeks each spring February March Colgate joins the effort to reduce waste increase recycling and raise awareness of conservation issues across campus Since joining RecycleMania in 2010 Colgate s recycling rate has improved from 16 percent 2010 to 22 percent 2013 while our overall waste has decreased from 11 lbs per week per student 2010 to 9 5 lbs per week per student 2013 Click here to learn more about RecycleMania and Colgate s recycling and waste management program Be sure to do your part to reduce waste and recycle Campus Conservation Nationals Each February Colgate students in first and second year dorms compete to see who can reduce the most energy and water use The competition lasts three weeks and the results are recorded in real time using Colgate s Building Dashboard We also take it a step further and compete with several peer institutions including Hamilton Hobart and William Smith Skidmore St Lawrence and Union Be sure to get involved and do your part to conserve energy and water 13 Days of Green Each April student leaders come together to plan a series of sustainability programs that raise awareness and change behavior Past programs have included guest speakers trash fashion shows documentaries panel discussions award ceremonies tree plantings and many others Have any ideas for next year s 13 Days of Green Let us know Interested in planning your own event Make the events you host green events Get guidelines and tips for eliminating bottled water and minimizing waste at your events READ MORE Contact Us For general inquiries please e mail sustainability colgate edu For more specific information please contact our staff Follow us on Twitter colgatesstnblty Like us on Facebook Internships The Office of Sustainability offers several internship positions each year In the past they have included internships for Green Raiders composting Green Bikes the Community Garden food and dining and communication Check availability or apply for these positions on the portal Get Involved We have a number of clubs and organizations focused on sustainable themes Check them out Campus Ecology Group An umbrella group that brings together all green groups and organizations Students for Environmental Action S E A We educate and energize students about recycling waste reduction energy consumption reduction and greater community issues READ MORE Compost Club The Compost Club advocates for and provides materials to spread composting throughout campus We also help maintain the Colgate compost pile READ MORE Green Bikes Don t have a bike on campus No problem Consider renting one for the year READ MORE Green Thumbs and the Community Garden We manage and promote the Colgate Community Garden in order to provide local student produced organic produce to

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/distinctly-colgate/sustainability/for-students (2016-02-01)
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  • Collaboration for Enhanced Learning (CEL)
    of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Faculty Collaboration for Enhanced Learning Collaboration for Enhanced Learning CEL CEL is a collaboration of the Libraries and Information Technology Services to support faculty in the identification selection and use of technologies and information resources applicable to their teaching Menu Menu Faculty Profiles Project Archive Members Contact Us CEL is composed of a group of librarians and technologists who provide coordinated support to faculty who wish to rethink courses and curricular approaches using current and emerging technologies to enhance student learning and engagement with information Faculty Profiles We invite interested faculty to contact us CEL project archive Members Current CEL Projects Video Narratives Professor Cooper History Workshop FSEM 190 Professor Dickinson Professor Galusky Community Based Study of Environmental Issues ENST 390 Professor Maurer Major British Writers FSEM 161 Professor Musa Religion in the Contemporary World RELG 102 Professor Musa Women and Religious Traditions ISlam RELG 234 Professor Ragan Developmental Psychobiology NEUR 378 Professor Yoshino Critical Analysis of

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/faculty/collaboration-for-enhanced-learning (2016-02-01)
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  • Registrar - Register for Courses - Transcripts - Drop-Add
    2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Registrar Office of the Registrar The Office of the Registrar is responsible for a variety of vital academic functions at the university Menu Menu Registration First Year Registration Transcripts Enrollment and Degree Verification Forms Calendars Schedules Exam Schedule Diplomas Declaration Process Degree Works S U Grading Option FAQ Contact Info Our responsibilities include maintaining academic records preparing course schedules managing course registration processing transcripts verifying enrollment and degree conferral evaluating and approving transfer credit completing graduation and major minor clearances and providing institutional data General Information Staff and Contact information Colgate catalogue FAQs FERPA Disclosure of information privacy policy Forms Off Campus Study International Programs New York 6 Consortium Calendars and Schedules Academic calendars and schedules First day of classes schedule Day time schedule grid Major Minor Declaration Major Minor declaration process Transfer Credit Transfer of course credit Pre matriculation credit includes AP IB Class of 2019 First Year Registration Information First Year Registration Transcripts Diplomas and Enrollment Verification Transcript requests Replacement diploma requests Enrollment and Degree verification Other Services Drop Add Drop Add Information Course offerings Independent Study policy and guidelines Satisfactory Unsatisfactory S U policy and guidelines Degree Works Degree Audit Information and FAQs Registration Information Registration information Course offerings Changes to the course offerings Register for Classes Registration schedule Independent study policy and guidelines Satisfactory Unsatisfactory policy and guidelines Final Exam and Grade Information Final examinations Self scheduled exams InfoShare Offices and Services Accounting and Control Campus Safety Commencement Communications Office Counseling Center Dean of the College Dean of Faculty Provost Document

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/registrar (2016-02-01)
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  • Classroom Instructions- Crestron Panel
    Sororities ALANA Cultural Center LGBTQ Life Career Services Distinctly Colgate Distinctly Colgate Overview Intellectual Engagement Global Perspective Success After Colgate Athletics Entrepreneurship Sustainability Admission Aid Admissions Overview Visit Colgate Tuition and Fees Virtual Tour Apply Transfer and Other International Students Class of 2019 Profile Financial Aid Admission Publications Request More Information For Counselors Contact Us Athletics Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/information-technology/its-documents/itech/classroom-instructions-crestron-panel (2016-02-01)
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  • Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty - Colgate University
    Offices and Services Portal Sign In Prospective Students Parents Families Current Students Faculty Staff Community Alumni Directory Search APPLY DIRECTORY MAKE A GIFT RAIDERS SPORTS OFFICES SERVICES Home Offices and Services Dean of Faculty Provost Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty We support the core academic mission including faculty personnel curriculum and instructional budgets university libraries off campus study museums institutional planning and research and equity and diversity Menu Menu Interim Provost Constance Harsh Current Faculty Prospective Faculty Office Staff Affirmative Action Policies Administrative Deadlines Resources For current faculty For prospective faculty Faculty Handbook Directory Campus Governance List 2015 16 Contact Information 103 McGregory Hall 13 Oak Drive Hamilton NY 13346 Phone 315 228 7222 Fax 315 228 7254 E mail dbeach colgate edu Academic Support We are committed to providing students with exceptional learning experiences and guidance Supporting faculty inside and outside the classroom is therefore critical Visit the Center for Learning Teaching and Research to learn more about how we support teaching innovative pedagogy and research READ MORE Meet Constance Harsh Our interim dean of the faculty and provost is a professor of English who came to Colgate in 1988 Her scholarship focuses on nineteenth century British fiction READ MORE Office Faculty and Staff Connect with faculty and staff members in the office We re happy to help with any inquiries that you have FACULTY AND STAFF Constituent Offices and Programs A number of offices divisions and departments on campus report operate constituent parts of the Office of the Provost and Dean of the Faculty Academic departments and programs Athletics Centers and institutes Chapel House Equity and diversity Fellowships and scholarships Information Technology Services Institutional planning and research Libraries Museums Off campus study and international programs Office of Undergraduate Studies Registrar Residential learning communities Sustainability

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/offices-and-services/deanoffacultyoffice (2016-02-01)
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  • Center for Freedom and Western Civilization
    foremost is the ideal of classical liberal arts education an education worthy of a free citizen and a free mind that is based on a rigorous and unflinching encounter with the great books of the Western tradition We believe that these books contain timeless wisdom about the good life and the nature of man and reality and should be at the core of a liberal arts education Second we believe in the ideals of free speech free enterprise and constitutional democracy especially as they have been understood and established by the American founding fathers The serious study of these ideals and institutions from the time of the early American Republic to the contemporary world is critical in educating citizens and leaders for today The great debates surrounding the ideals of freedom and democracy need to be presented with respectful appreciation as well as with critical detachment Third we seek not only to feature these ideals in campus debates but also to foster their growth at home and abroad Accordingly we honor students whose projects make significant contributions to understanding freedom and Western civilization and to promoting them in their future careers And we seek to cultivate the growth of free institutions in Afghanistan and Iraq and in other emerging democracies around the world Summer 2016 Research Fellows The Center for Freedom and Western Civilization will sponsor up to three students each summer to pursue faculty mentored summer research projects focused on themes related to the Western heritage of freedom and civilization Projects can utilize a range of research methodologies and technologies and can be done at Colgate or off campus James Madison Summer Research Fellows Students pursuing projects at Colgate under the guidance of Colgate professors Stone Fellows Students pursuing research projects at the CEVRO Institute in Prague Czech Republic

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/center-for-freedom-and-western-civilization (2016-02-01)
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  • Center for Language and Brain
    language In fact an estimated 85 percent of the world s population will be multilingual by 2050 Despite this remarkable trend multilingualism at least in the United States is seen as the exception and not the rule This view not only has implications for policy and educational practice but also for how researchers study language and language learning The mission of the center is to scientifically explore questions regarding foreign language instruction and learning Our approach is fundamentally interdisciplinary Co directed by a linguist Yukari Hirata and a cognitive neuroscientist Spencer Kelly the CLB explores questions that cross traditional boundaries and tackle issues not possible to address within a single field of study Here are three lines of inquiry that guide our work How does learning a language change the way one thinks and experiences the world Are there neurocognitive benefits of being multilingual Is the capacity for adults learning a second language L2 limited What are the psychological and social consequences of speaking an L2 with a foreign accent How can research in phonetics psychology and neuroscience inform foreign language instruction Are current best practices not good enough Supported by a three year grant from the National Science Foundation the center will initially focus on the third line of work This project allows for integration of research into the educational experience of Colgate students helping to expose them to the excitement of scientific inquiry The project provides continued opportunities for students interested in the scientific study of L2 processing and learning Further maintaining connections between on campus lab facilities bridging different disciplines for the behavioral and neural investigation of L2 learning enriches and diversifies science education at Colgate Finally because scientific approaches to this topic are nascent in the United States we really do lag behind the rest of

    Original URL path: http://www.colgate.edu/centers-and-institutes/center-for-language-and-brain (2016-02-01)
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