Events

Friday, February 9

A Celebration of CU Boulder Favorite Poems

University of Colorado Boulder Libraries and the Department of English invite all campus community members to share their favorite poem. Entry forms may be...

ARCHIVE: Notes from the Field

A collaborative exhibit from the Sculpture and Post-Studio Practices Seminar and the University Libraries' Special Collections, Archives and Preservation...

Fall 2017 Diploma Order Due to Paradigm for Printing

The Office of the Registrar submits the diploma order to Paradigm for printing. For additional dates and deadlines, see the Fall 2017 Graduation Coordinators...

Pay Day for Student Employees

It's pay day for on-campus and off-campus student employees! Dates are subject to change, refer to the CU System payroll calendar for updates.

 
Collaborative Negotiation Skills for Environmental Professionals

This workshop trains students in effective negotiating when you must preserve positive working relationships and deal with difficult situations at the same...

CU Foundation Gift Reporting System (Financial Edge) Training

Learn about the CU Foundation's gift/endowment processes and reporting available via Financial Edge. Learning Objectives How to run both summary...

CU Foundation Gift Reporting System Training

Learn about the CU Foundation's gift/endowment processes and reporting available via Financial Edge. Learning Objectives How to run both summary...

15th Annual Front Range Eco-Social Solutions: A Bioneers Network Event

Bioneers is the preeminent international gathering of leading innovators and visionaries who offer practical solutions to the most pressing environmental and...

Faculty Forum: Understanding and Practicing Effective Peer Review

Elissa S. Guralnick, Professor Emerita, College of Music Nearly every academic discipline is based on peer review of original research, and yet few graduate...

Inclusive Excellence at the CU Art Museum Open Meetings

Please join the CU Art Museum's Inclusive Excellence Committee in an open meeting to discuss and develop the museum's definition of excellence, the values...

Be Our Valentine with Hearts for Art!

Will you be our Valentine? Stop in Feb. 8–14 and show our artwork some love: Step 1: Pick up a single heart and hold it close until you’re ready to choose...

Draw Me In: The Art of Drawing at the CU Art Museum

Drawings from CU Art Museum made from the 1200s to today are featured in this exhibition, curated by a team of graduate students in CU’s museum practicum...

Millie Chen: Four Recollections

Millie Chen: Four Recollections features a new installation conceived during her artist-residency at CU Boulder alongside three large-scale drawing...

Undergraduate Women in Physics

Join Undergraduate Women in Physics (uWiP) at their first meeting of the spring 2018 semester. Lunch is provided, and feel free to come late or leave early...

Experience Virtual Reality

Want to experience virtual reality? CU Boulder assistant professor Ross Taylor, along with CMCI alumnus Alex Pilnick (PhDMediaSt'17) and Naropa University ...

Modern Day Fairy Tales: Theatre Tour Showing

Department of Theatre & Dance presents Modern Day Fairy Tales: Alex Buffman. Join us in the University Theatre Building Acting Studio to celebrate a story...

Friday Workshop: Assessing Your and Your Student's Learning Using the Kolb Inventory

Preston Cumming, Lead Coordinator, GTP and Catherine Cartwright, Graduate Program Coordinator, Art and Art History, CU Boulder The Kolb Learning Styles...

CommRAP: Art Walk

Come see the art work of fellow Buckingham residents on display!

Department Colloquium - Nancy Rodriguez-Bunn

Nancy Rodriguez-Bunn, Department of Mathematics, University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill What Partial Differential Equations Can Teach Us About Social...

EBIO Colloquium: Dr. Andrea Graham

Parasitism and symbiosis in This Wormy World Dr. Andrea Graham Princeton University

3:30pm
 
Neil Brenner: Is the world urban?

The Department of Geography Colloquium Series Presents: "Is the world urban?" In what sense is the 21st century world "urban"? In this lecture, Neil Brenner...

CU on Friday

Open to all CU Boulder students, faculty and staff, this month’s theme is Be Kind and Celebrate You! Sponsored by our friends at CU Recreation Services. The...

Physical Chemistry: William Green, MIT

William Green from the Massachusetts Insitute of Technology will visit the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry on Friday, February 9th, 2018 to present...

Winter Bike to Work Day

The ninth annual Winter Walk and Bike Week is just around the corner, Feb. 5–9. The city of Boulder and community partners have teamed up to plan several...

Pre-Concert Lecture Feb. 9: For Joshua Bell

Join us for a pre-concert lecture before the Joshua Bell concert at Macky. Tonight's featured lecturer is violinist Ryan Jacobsen. Pre-concert lectures take...

Ancient Light

A thousand years ago, the Ancestral Puebloans built a complex and extensive civilization in the mountains and deserts of the Southwest US. They left behind...

Center for the Study of Origins Spring 2018 Symposium Keynote Address: The Long-range Consequences of Volcanic Eruptions

The Center for the Study of Origins is excited to be brining Dr. Clive Oppenheimer of the University of Cambridge as our Keynote speaker for our spring 2018...

Extreme Bowling at The Connection

From 7 p.m. to close, electrify your Friday and Saturday nights at the only Extreme Bowling in Boulder! Black lights, lane lights and color pins. Win prizes...

GONER: (a void)

In this dance theatre piece by Ondine Geary, performers mine the dark corners and alleyways of seemingly irreconcilable ideas—the deep web, the number eight,...

Joshua Bell: With Sam Haywood, piano

With dozens of awards and accolades, seven chart-topping albums and nearly three decades of nonstop musical success, no other classical artist can compare to...

We are the Wake: A new play by Ayla Sullivan

2016-17 New Play Festival Winner On a journey to New York’s Hart Island to visit loved ones buried in unmarked mass graves, four women discover secrets,...

Friday, February 9