Events

Wednesday, March 21

Fall 2018 Course Reservation

Waitlisted students not enrolled in a course during the last term it was offered may be eligible to reserve that course for Fall 2018. See Reserve a Course...

Bagels with the Board: Meet the School of Education Development Advisory Board & special guest Martha Olson

Join us for a meet and greet with the School of Education Development Advisory Board over delicious breakfast treats. We will be joined by special guest...

Fifth Annual Martz Spring Symposium

Fifth Annual Martz Spring Symposium Environmental Law and Policy under the Trump Administration 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 21st Wolf Law...

Westcon-Comstor Meet & Greet

Meet with recruiters from Westcon Comstor, a Fortune 500 company that focuses on security, collaboration, networking, and data centers in North and Latin...

FAM: Financial Compliance - Cost Transfers - JEs, PETs, and ePERs Training

This basic course is focused on how to do Cost Transfers (Journal Entries (JEs) and Payroll Expense Transfers (PETs) to be more compliant with CU's policies...

Summer Financial Aid Application Opens at 9 a.m.

The summer financial aid application will be available through MyCUInfo starting on Wednesday, March 21 at 9 a.m. This application will help you understand...

Engineering Internship Fair

An internship is a great way to get your foot in the door of the industry or a specific business you may be interested in eventually working for. They're an...

De-Mystifying Copyright and Author's Rights

This workshop will give an introduction to copyright and author’s rights, specically focusing oninforming participants how they can retain rights to their...

Programming in Python

Dates: Wednesdays 11 am-12:30 pm, except for April 4, which is 10:30 am- 12:00 pm Part 1: March 14-April 4 Part 2: April 11- May 2 Sponsored...

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...

Brown Bag: Ian Pearse, PhD

Dr. Ian Pearse from the USGS will present his talk, entitled "Carrion and other alternate resources: new forms of indirect defense against herbivores."

Countering violent extremism and lone-actor terrorism:Findings of the PRIME project

Dr. Gradon will present observations and conclusions drawn from an EU-funded project (FP7 PRIME) aimed to improve the understanding of lone actor terrorism....

Russian Tea

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

TAM Information Session

Interested in ATLAS’ Technology, Arts & Media program? From animation and mobile applications to programming, physical computing and creative technologies,...

TAM Information Session (for current CU Boulder students)

Interested in ATLAS’ Technology, Arts & Media program? From animation and mobile applications to programming, physical computing and creative technologies,...

Accounting 201 Training

Accounting 201 is designed for departmental administrators and staff who have accounting or financial responsibilities. Learning Objectives This class...

German Career Event

Learn about careers, scholarships, German major/minor and study abroad. Network with local businesses. Get advice from alumni with German degrees.

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...

Kaffeestunde

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

Switch Labs: A&S General Education Curriculum

Last month, the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) announced the implementation of its new general education requirements, which will replace the A&S core...

ENVS Colloquium: Jason Neff

“The promise and perils of mobile technology in development; trends, examples, and a discussion.”

Gerald Roche: New Views on Tibet's Linguistic Diversity

CAS Event Wednesday, March 21, 2018; 3 p.m. HUMN 1B80 Research on Tibet’s linguistic diversity in the West dates back to at least the mid-nineteenth...

INFO Seminar: Dr. Vilja Hulden

The Department of Information Science Presents: The Flatirons Seminar in the History of Computing, Information, and Society Dr. Vilja Hulden: The News...

Inclusive Pedagogy Seminar with Dr. Kimberly Tanner

ODECE is excited to partner with Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) in hosting Dr. Kimberly Tanner, professor of Biology at San Francisco State...

The News Diet(s) of Ordinary Early-Twentieth-Century Americans

The news consumption habits of Americans have been under scrutiny recently, as the increasing number of people getting their news through social media has...

Colloquium: Kris Karnauskas

Kris Karnauskas CU Boulder - ATOC/CIRES Title: The Galápagos: A Fluke of Geology, Ocean Circulation, Penguins and Climate Scheduling contact: Garrett...

Physics Colloquium, "Exploring the 3D Nano and Atomic World: Coherent Diffractive Imaging and Atomic Electron Tomography"

Presented by: John Miao, Deputy Director, NSF STROBE Science and Technology Center, Department of Physics and Astronomy and California NanoSystems Institute,...

Networking Naturally

Join CESR, Naturally Boulder, and Leeds Career Development for a night of networking with Boulder's natural products employers - all of whom have internships...

Open Mic Night

Open Mic Nights at the Dennis Small Cultural Center are a great opportunity to share, laugh and perform! You have a stand up routine you want to practice? A...

CommRAP: Dogs and Donuts

Enjoy coffee and donuts while destressing and playing with dogs!

Environmental Design Career Fair

Design, architecture, landscape architecture and planning firms will be in attendance. Come talk to the industry's leading professionals and get your foot in...

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...

So You Want to be a Farmer

A panel of local farmers will discuss farming in our region. Learn what it takes to become a farmer in Boulder County and how to support our local...

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...

Town Hall

Join us for the CUSG spring election Town Hall! You have the opportunity to meet the candidates who are running for Representatives at Large and...

AIA Lecture Series • Joukowsky Lecture: Caesarea Maritima

Join the CU Museum of Natural History and Dr. John R. Hale for an exciting free lecture! Researchers recently discovered a sunken ship in Israel’s Bay of...

Learn to Sketch!

The basic craft of drawing is about two things: to learn to control the hand, and to see. One goal is to build muscles and train hand-eye-coordination. The...

Doctoral Student Recital: Megan Healy, violin

PROGRAM: W. A. Mozart: Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 21 in E minor, K. 304; J. S. Bach: Sonata No. 2 in A minor, BWV 1003; Johannes Brahms: Sonata No. 3 in...

Pendulum New Music Ensemble: Composer Alan Fletcher, CU Trombone Studio and student projects

The Pendulum New Music Ensemble presents some of CU’s best performers from all departments, premiering original music of student composers and featuring a...

Senior Student Recital: Alex Heffron, jazz guitar

PROGRAM: Alex Heffron: "At Long Last," "Sketch No. 3"; "Untitled" and "Sneffles"; Cole Porter: "All of You"; Charlie Parker: "Segment" Also featuring Daryl...

Wednesday, March 21