Events

Wednesday, November 14

Earth Sciences Photo Exhibit

The top ten entries from the 2018 Earth Sciences Photo Contest, sponsored by the Earth Sciences & Map Library, are on display throughout the Laughing Goat...

Mapping Home / Collecting Truths: Works by Indigenous and International Artist

Thirty-five artists respond to to the idea of homeland, organized by CU professor and printmaker Melanie Yazzie. Student contributions explore climate...

Spring 2019 Registration for Current Degree-Seeking Students (By Assignment)

View enrollment dates in MyCUInfo. Registration remains open through Jan. 10.

Summer 2019 Curriculum Management Changes Require a CTUF

From this day forward, all schedule changes require a signed Course Term Update Form. See the Summer 2019 Planning Memo...

Summer 2019 Schedule of Classes Available in MyCUInfo

Registration opens March 6; see Summer Session. Search for classes through CU Boulder Class Search or MyCUInfo.

Winter & Spring 2019 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

See Tuition Classification (www.colorado.edu/registrar/students/state-residency).

Accessing Higher Ground Conference

Accessing Higher Ground Conference is November 12-16, 2018 at the Westin in Westminster. The conference includes a week of workshops, labs, and networking...

GradTalks Coffee Hour: Cultivating a good relationship with your advisor

Join other graduate students for an informal discussion on how to build a good relationship with your advisor: Jerry Hauser, from the Ombuds Office. Bagles...

Accounting 101

The Accounting 101 series is designed for departmental administrators and staff who have accounting or financial responsibilities but limited accounting or...

Diversity and Inclusion Summit

Intent vs. Impact: Improving Inclusive Interactions Too often, diversity and inclusion experts hear about individuals or groups receiving well-intended...

EF Educational Tours Meet and Greet

Talk with recruiters about EF Tours' Educational Tour Consultant role in Denver. In the role, recent graduates with a love to travel will be built into...

Florian Hecker: Synopsis Seriation 

Florian Hecker: Synopsis Seriation September 6—December 22, 2018 Synopsis Seriation is a constellation of four computer-generated sound pieces. Their...

Buffalo Belles & Friends Luncheon

Buffalo Belles & Friends Luncheon Noon-1 p.m. Touchdown Club at Dal Ward Boulder, CO 80302 Cost: Free The Directors Club has partnered with the Buffalo...

Russian Tea

Come join us for tea and conversation, Wednesdays at noon in Macky 223. For more information, contact elena.kostoglodova@colorado.edu.

Seattle Trek

A trek involves a group of students traveling or 'trekking' to a particular region to meet recruiters on-site at their offices. They typically involve a site...

Staff Council Monthly Meeting

Monthly Staff Council meeting. Open to the public. 2nd Wednesday of the month, 12:15-2:15pm. Please note, location may change by month; Nov 14, March 13, and...

GIS DAY: Kickoff and Talks

GIS Day will kickoff at 1 pm with a series of presentations on a variety of GIS topics: Davey Lovin - Data Driven International Development; recent grad...

GIS Day

GIS Day is a worldwide event that celebrates the technology of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). As explained by GISGeography, "GIS can capture, display...

Implications of Beliefs about Derived Personal Data for Negotiating Digital Privacy Norms

New inferences about users, derived by machine learning algorithms, can create uses for personal data that people might not be able to anticipate or imagine...

Info Seminar: Emilee Rader on Implications of Beliefs about Derived Personal Data

The Department of Information Science presents: Emilee Rader Associate Professor and AT&T Scholar Department of Media and Information Michigan State...

Silicon Flatirons Conference: The Law and Economics of Data

In the modern economy, data has replaced oil, according to The Economist, as the world’s most valuable resource. For policymakers, the challenge of how to...

Webinar: Learn More About the PhD in Media Studies

Join faculty members from the Department of Media Studies for a webinar presentation and discussion of the PhD in Media Research and Practice. The webinar...

Kaffeestunde (German Coffee Hour)

Join us for coffee, snacks and German conversation!

Guest Recital: Stijn DeCock, piano: Stijn DeCock, piano

Internationally acclaimed pianist Stijn DeCock from Florida State University presents a guest recital. Performance date and time: Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2:00...

GIS DAY: Networking and Poster Session

An informal networking and poster session will take place at 3pm in Norlin Library room N410. We are actively soliciting poster presenters. If you would like...

R Workshop Series: Social Network Analysis in R

This 2-hour workshop will serve as an introduction to network analysis in R and is the sixth of a multi-part R workshop series. We will start off with...

Colloquium: Dalia Kirschbaum

Dalia Kirschbaum NASA Title: Finding the Slippery Slope: “Detecting” Landslides from Space Scheduling contact: Brie Corsa

GIS DAY: Keynote with Mamata Akella

Join us for a keynote talk by Mamata Akella. Mamata is the Head of Cartography at Carto and will deliver a keynote titled The power of cartography: turning...

Physics Colloquium, "Active Matter: from colloids to living cells"

Presented by: Cristina Marchetti, Syracuse University - Location: G1B20 Abstract: Collections of self-propelled entities, from living cells to engineered...

School of Education: Prospective PhD Student Webinar

Join the Associate Dean of Students in the School of Education for a webinar specifically aimed at guiding prospective PhD students interested in studying...

Unleash your data for art!

Part 1, Wednesday, Nov. 7 Libi Streigl, ATLAS affiliated PhD student and BTU member, will introduce varieties of data and work with the group to access and...

Literary Buffs

Interested in exploring the literary world, both on and off campus? Join a fun, lively group of fellow undergraduate students for activities and events that...

GIS DAY: Mapathon

At 5 pm on GIS Day, the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship will host an OpenStreetMap Mapathon event. The Mapathon will be a friendly...

Program for International Postdocs (PIP): Potluck & Ideas for 2019

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs (OPA) and International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) invite international postdocs to a postdoc potluck. Postdocs are...

Society of Physics Students Weekly Meeting

The CU Boulder Society of Physics Students (SPS) is a student run organization open to physics, astronomy/astrophysics, and engineering physics majors. We...

Drop a Pin: Where You At? Navigating the Final Weeks of the Term to Finish Strong

Learn strategies to finish the semester out strong. Learn how to best prepare for your finals and get help determining what grades you need to hit a certian...

Free Yoga for Students

Free Yoga for CU students Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays 5:30PM Meets at CU's Wesley Student Center/Chapel, 1290 Folsom, across from Folsom Field, 1 block...

Visiting Scholar: Nicholas Mirzoeff

A public lecture by Professor of media, culture & communication at New York University

Nutrition Series

Come learn how to use your Healthy Meal Comapss to help design meals that incorporate cooking ability and space, mindful eating and balance into your diet!

Mosaic Gospel Choir

Interested in an inter-faith gospel choir? One meets on Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. with a concert coming up on Dec. 2 at 5 p.m. The choir and events are...

Open Space Visions: Presentation and Book Signing

Join us for a presentation and book signing by Molly Davis. Molly will discuss the concept of vision and what sustained that vision to the completion of the...

Theodore Van Alst Fiction Reading

Theodore Van Alst is an associate professor and director of Indigenous Nations Studies at Portland State University. His Latest work, Sacred Smokes, has just...

Symphonic Band: Spirited Shades of Blue

The CU Symphonic Band welcomes the Monarch High School Wind Ensemble, conducted by Chuck Stephen, as special guests in its final concert of the fall...

Source Live Concert

Source is a Progressive Rock Band from Boulder, Colorado that writes consciousness based music inspired by flotation tanks, meditation, philosophy, yoga, the...

Wednesday, November 14