Events

Wednesday, April 18

Fall 2018 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

See Tuition Classification for details.

Fall 2018 Registration for Current Degree-Seeking Graduate Students (By Assigned Appointment)

View enrollment dates in MyCUInfo. Registration remains open through Aug. 23.

Fall 2018 Registration for Current Degree-Seeking Undergraduates (By Assigned Appointment)

View enrollment dates in MyCUInfo. Registration remains open through June 15. The schedule adjustment period is Aug. 13–17.

Career Services Pit Stop

We're opening up our office from 10am - 4pm on Wednesday, April 18 for you to drop in and ask any career-related questions you might have! Perhaps you need...

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...

Spring 2018 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions

Round One on view April 7—19, 2018 Opening reception Friday, April 6, 5—7 p.m. Artists included: Meghan Chase, Melissa Sclafani, Laura Smith Round Two...

RIO Introduction to NIH Proposal Writing Workshop

Join the Research & Innovation Office (RIO) and Paul Muhlrad, MCDB Science Communications Manager, to learn some of the most important messages about writing...

Research Computing New User Seminar

Wednesday April 18th 12 pm- 2 pm Cost: FREE! Location: Join us in person at CU-Boulder – TLC 215 – or on the web at:...

Russian Tea

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

Webinar: 7 Reasons Why Customer Value is Your Secret Weapon

Presented by: Stacey Danheiser, co-author of Value-ology and President and Founder of SHAKE Marketing Group 2018 may finally be the year that businesses...

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...

Increasing Open and Reproducible Research with OSF

Open Science Framework (OSF) is a free and open source tool that allows you to manage all of the components of your research project (files, data, code,...

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; Juhi Huda

Presentation on Narratives of Conflict in Agricultural Biotechnology Policy in India by Juhi Huda, Environmental Studies Program, University of Colorado Boulder

Rec Recess

Come and join us out on Farrand Field on Wednesday, April 18 from 3-5pm for: Activities: Sun Salutation Yoga, Slime Making, Volleyball, and Soccer Food &...

Russian Idol

Join us for a musical competition between Russian language students, singing Russian songs! And stay for the performance of “The Monster Cockroach,” by...

Russian Idol

Join us for a musical competition between Russian language students, singing Russian songs! And stay for the performance of “The Monster Cockroach,” by...

Take This Down: Note Taking Skills

Ensure that you make the most out of your lectures by taking down notes in the most useful manner. Make the last month of attending class powerful!

GTP/FTEP Collaboration: Teaching Large Classes

David Brain, Professor, Space Physics and Tim Wadsworth, Professor, Sociology This symposium will combine presentation and open discussion to focus on...

Colloquium: Chris Scholz

Chris Scholz Syracuse University AAPG distinguishes lecture Scheduling contact: Paul Weimer

Jalon Begay to give talk on word formation in Navajo

Jalon Begay (University of New Mexico and University of Rochester) will give a LingCircle talk about his work on word formation in Navajo. An abstract for...

Physics Colloquium, "Optical atomic clock: a case study for the quantum technology revolution"

Presented by: Jun Ye, JILA, University of Colorado, Boulder Abstract: Precise quantum state engineering of individual atoms has led to the unprecedented...

Take This Down: Note Taking Skills

Ensure that you make the most out of your lectures by taking down notes in the most useful manner. Make the last month of attending class powerful!

A Celebration of CU Boulder Favorite Poems: Public Reading

Join us on April 18 and enjoy some of CU Boulder's most loved poems, read by the people who love them! We received more than 100 entries of favorite poems...

CU Favorite Poem Project

CU Boulder celebrates National Poetry Month with an evening of Poetry. Students, staff, and faculty will share some of their favorite poems and why they...

Guest Master Class: Quicksilver Baroque

CU’s College of Music brings esteemed professional musicians from around the world together with CU students for in-depth study on music performance....

The Wisdom of Clouds

Learn to become a cloudspotter. Learn to read the sky. In this entertaining and revealing talk, Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation...

CONTAINMENT - A Film by Peter Galison and Rob Moss

The Departmeny of History ivites you to the screening of the film 'Containment' by Peter Galison and Robb Moss. Can we contain some of the deadliest, most...

CU-Prime Talk

Curious about current research going on in the physics department? Join us for the CU-Prime Talk Series were you will hear a current physics graduate student...

Entrepreneurs Unplugged: Stephanie Copeland, Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade

Silicon Flatirons presents Stephanie Copeland as our featured entrepreneur. Brad Feld and Phil Weiser will moderate and David Edinger will lead the...

PRSSA Member Meeting: The Lippin Group

Join us for another PRSSA meeting, this time with a guest speaker from The Lippin Group, an entertainment agency with locations in New York, LA, and London!

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....

A 'Charlottesville in Historical Perspective' Series Forum - "Holocaust: What Does it Mean Today?

What does the Holocaust mean today as the Holocaust itself has become more distant from our current experience? What does memory of the Holocaust mean in an...

Cuban Salsa Party

Cuban Salsa Party- Free with Rec Center Membership Wednesday, April 18th 6:30-8:30 pm on the Buff Pool deck (Studio 3 if there is inclement weather) Join...

Doctoral Student Recital: Fairy Tana Cochran, voice

PROGRAM: Charles Tomlinson Griffes: "Three Poems by Fiona MacLeod," Op. 11; John David Earnest: "Five Songs of Sophistication"; William Bolcom: "Let Evening...

Master's Student Recital: Cody Goetz, piano

Pianist Cody Goetz presents a program full of imagery and sounds from Latin America as well as works inspired by cultural exchanges. Highlights include the...

Wednesday, April 18