Events

Wednesday, February 21

Spring 2018 Last Day to Submit Selective Service Form before Registration Hold Applied (11:59 p.m.)

See Register with Selective Service for details.

Grant Thornton Meet & Greet

Meet with recruiters from Grant Thornton to learn more their Summer Leadership Program.

Career Fair: Civil, Environmental & Architectural Engineering

Get those resumes ready! Whether you're looking for an internship or full-time job, this is a great chance to meet companies in your field. Companies...

Boulder Bike Tours Meet & Greet

Meet with representatives to learn more about this local company as well as their Digital Marketing Internship.

Food and Clothing Drive

The Association of Holistic Wellness is holding a food/clothing drive for CU Boulder! Food products go to Havest for Hope, and clothing goes to different...

UIDP Webinar: Understanding the Benefits and Challenges of Working with Industry

Get a unique look at how to create better research partnerships between corporations and universities. This seven-part webcast series from Academic...

Lunch with Dean Kathy Schultz - School of Education

Students are invited to lunch with Dean Kathy Schultz. The lunches aim to build community and allow for students and the dean to get to know one another....

Russian Tea

Please join us for tea and conversation every Wednesday at noon in Macky 223. For more information contact tatiana.mikhailova@colorado.edu

Tech Talks

Tech Talks are bi-weekly meetings that dive deeper into a technical topic that is relevant to modern IT. Attendees are able to professionally connect and...

Webinar: The 5 Steps to Building a Memorable Brand

This interactive webinar will empower audience members to reflect on their interests and passions in order to figure out their core purpose. Presented by the...

Research Computing New User Seminar

Cost: FREE! Location: Join us in person at CU-Boulder – TLC 215 – or on the web at: https://cuboulder.zoom.us/j/4239862482 Audience: people who have just...

Swedish and German Crafternoon

Free craft lesson, hot chocolate, cultural exchange. Join the German-Swedish Crafternoon and learn to knit and decorate tote bags!

Student Advisory Council Meeting

Want to be part of the English Student Advisory Council? Join us on Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. in the Dilts Lounge (Hellems 124). Students on the Council...

Converting Your Academic CV to an Industry Resume

Alaina Nickerson from Career Services will explain the changes in formatting, order, content and description that you should be considering when creating an...

Crafting Your Digital Identity

This workshop will provide an introduction to how to make yourself and your research more visible across various digital platforms, and how this can improve...

Kaffeestunde

Join us for coffee and conversation in Hellems 159 Wednesdays 2-3pm!

Computing Women: Understanding Why Women in Computing Tripled During 1965-1985 (and what happened after)

Part of the Flatirons Seminar on the History of Computing, Information and Society This talk presents parts of three chapters from my current book project,...

Creative Study Task!  NEW!

Show up with a topic you want to study, and get creative! Once we discuss study topics, the workshop will give you the guidance and time to work through...

ENVS Colloquium; Maria Lemos

Presentation on Building Capacity for Adaptation: Usable Science and Boundary Organizations by Maria Carmen Lemos, University of Michigan

Altium Workshop

Want to make printed circuit boards at an industry standard level? With Altium Designer you can create professional level PCB's and bring your electronic...

Intro to R

This 2 hour workshop is an introduction to coding in R and is the first of a 4-part Spring 2018 semester R workshop series. We will learn what R is, how to...

MIG Welding Workshop

MIG welding workshops are approximately two hours long and cover shop safety and etiquette, machine set up, material preparation, butt/ lap/ fillet/ corner...

Physics Colloquium, "Superconducting Microresonators: From Astrophysics to Zero-Point Fluctuations"

Presented by: Jonas Zmuidzinas, Caltech Abstract: The hallmark of superconductivity – zero electrical resistance – explains why superconducting resonators...

Test Taking

Learn that test taking is about more than just knowing the material! We will review what to look out for in different types of text questions, and how to go...

CommRAP: Make a Sandwich, Take a Sandwich

As part of our Random Acts of Kindness month, we'll be making sandwiches for a local homeless youth shelther here in Boulder. We'll have sandwiches provided...

Curricular Practical Training (CPT) Workshop

F-1 students, who are planning to work off-campus while still in school, will learn the details of the Curricular Practical Training (CPT) application...

Networking Night - PLC ProDel Event

PLC alumni, Board of Adovate members, and current PLC upperclassmen will enjoy lite appetizers and conversation at our annual networking event. Alums and...

 Return of the River Movie Screening

CU Energy Outreach Team presents: Dismantling the country’s biggest dams starts with the Elwha River. Come see this award-winning documentary on the fight...

Ping Pong Paddle Workshop

Produce a personalized “Potts” ping pong paddle, and perfect your play on the plethora of Idea Forge “streetball” tables. Customize your paddle with a...

Video Game Tournament

Are you a gamer? Want bragging rights? Here’s your chance! Join one of the Wednesday night video game tournaments at The Connection! Sign up starts 6 p.m....

Packable Hammock Workshop

Sew a personalized packable hammock for a fraction of what it would cost to buy one! 32' seat belt rigging is included. You will need around 4 hours to...

AIA Lecture Series: The Sociopolitical Organization of Moche Irrigation Systems on Peru’s North Coast

This presentation by Michele Koons from the Denver Museum of Nature and Science will explore the politics and power of the Moche archaeological culture of...

Master's Student Recital: Michael Miller, violin

Violinist Michael Miller presents his master's recital. The program features works by Beethoven, Copland and Bloch. PROGRAM: L.V Beethoven: Sonata for Piano...

Wednesday, February 21