Events

Friday, October 11

Coats for Colorado - Four Campuses United, Competing for a Cause!

Help make CU Boulder #1! Since 1982, Denver 7 News and Dependable Cleaners have teamed up to collect and distribute more than 2 million coats to individuals...

Fall 2019 4-Wk Session 2 Withdrawals Responsible for 100% of Tuition & Fees

From Sept. 26 through Oct. 15, students who drop all classes in 4-Wk Session 2 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

Fall 2019 4-Wk Session 3 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund; $200 Fee Applies

From Aug. 17 through Oct. 21, students who drop all 4-Wk Session 3 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

Fall 2019 4-Wk Session 4 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund; $200 Fee Applies

From Aug. 17 through Nov. 14, students who drop all 4-Wk Session 4 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

Fall 2019 5-Wk Session 2 Withdrawals Responsible for 100% of Tuition & Fees

From Oct. 4 through Oct. 31, students who drop all classes in 5-Wk Session 2 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

Fall 2019 5-Wk Session 3 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund; $200 Fee Applies

From Aug. 17 through Nov. 7, students who drop all 5-Wk Session 3 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

Fall 2019 8-Wk Session 1 Withdrawals Responsible for 100% of Tuition & Fees

From Sept. 4 through Oct. 15, students who drop all classes in 8-Wk Session 1 are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades...

Fall 2019 8-Wk Session 2 Withdrawals Eligible for 100% Refund; $200 Fee Applies

From Aug. 17 through Oct. 24, students who drop all 8-Wk Session 2 classes are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee. See Special Sessions and Withdraw from...

Fall 2019 Withdrawals Responsible for 100% of Tuition & Fees; Must Return Unearned Financial Aid

From Oct. 10 through Oct. 27, students who drop all Main Campus classes are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund) and refund or repay...

Spring 2020 Schedule Review Period (No CTUFs Accepted)

A list of available classrooms is emailed to departments. From Oct. 2 through Oct. 11, send all schedule changes directly to academicscheduling@colorado.edu....

Winter & Spring 2020 Petitions Accepted for Colorado Residency

Petitions are accepted from Oct. 1 through Dec. 13, 2019, at 5 p.m. See Tuition Classification.

English + Media & Technology Symposium Part II

Please join CU Boulder’s Department of English for our second “English + Media and Technology” symposium to be held from 9:30-5:00 on Friday October 11, 2019...

English + Media & Technology Symposium, Part 2

Schedule: 9:30am-10:00am Welcome Breakfast, Coffee & Tea 10am-11am Address by Eric Roberts 11am-11:15am Break 11:15am – 12:15pm Address by Mark...

Art Elements: Materials, Motive and Meaning

Art Elements: Materials, Motive and Meaning presents an in-depth look at materials and techniques used to create artworks. Inspired by the research of...

Body Language: Picturing People 

This exhibition considers how the pose, the gesture and the body in motion are used by artists to convey meaning. Figural artworks from the CU Art Museum’s...

The iGen: Reaching and Teaching a New Generation of Students presented by Dr. Jean Twenge

The Leeds School of Business Teaching Excellence Committee and the Division of Student Affairs invites you to attend a presentation by Dr. Jean Twenge,...

Getting Started: Goals and Accountability

Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. This...

Global Seminar: Gender, Race & Tourism in Contemporary Cuba (Havana, Cuba) - Info Session

Want to study Gender, Race, & Tourism through an anthropological lens in Cuba this summer? Earn six credits in five weeks on an exciting Global Seminar! You...

ICS Colloquium: Susan Levine, PhD, University of Chicago

Title: The role of cognitive and emotional factors in children’s early math learning Presenter: Rebecca Anne Boylan Professor in Education and Society,...

Public Talk: Nuts and Bolts of Constructing a Research Project

Foundational to the world-class performances at CU Boulder’s College of Music is a dedication to scholarship. Join us for discussions with CU faculty,...

IEC Game Club

Come play fun board & video games, make friends, and start your weekend off right! The IEC Game Club events are open to all International English Center...

Applied Math Colloquium - Steve Sain

Steve Sain, Jupiter Intelligence, Boulder CO Data Science @ Jupiter In 2017, the US faced over $300 billion in loses from hurricanes, severe weather,...

Avature for Hiring Managers

This course, led by Student Affairs Human Resources, will help hiring managers utilize the new position management software program Avature. There are four...

China’s Rise in Historical Perspective

Klaus Mühlhahn Professor, Free University of Berlin Many commentators claim that China's ongoing global rise reflects a restoration of its earlier...

EBIO Seminar Series

Seminars are on Fridays from 3:30 - 4:30pm in Ramaley N1B23 unless otherwise indicated on the schedule. Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be available...

Max Boykoff: Creative (Climate) Communications: productive pathways for science, policy and society

The Department of Geography Colloquium Series Presents: Max Boykoff Director, Center for Science and Technology Policy (CIRES) Associate Professor,...

 CU vs Oregon Buffs Bash

Friday, Oct. 11 4 p.m. (kickoff 7 p.m.) University of Oregon Essig Field Cost: Free Join us for the ultimate tailgate before CU plays on the road this fall!...

CU on Friday October: A Magical Treat!

CU on Friday is all about bringing the CU community together. CU Boulder students, faculty and staff, please join us for this fun UMC tradition! This...

Physical Chemistry/Chemical Physics: Matthias Waegele, Boston College

Elucidating the Molecular Origins of the Product Selectivity of Electrocatalytic Reactions Many electrocatalytic reactions of current interest involve the...

The Politics of Poetry in Translation Festival, Panel #1: Translation and the Political: Joshua Clover, Aditi Machado, Kazim Ali, Johannes Goransson

Moderated by Julie Carr. This event is free and open to the public. Thank you to the Kayden Translation Award for funding.

Talk by Lisa Parks in Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the Program in Media Studies

A talk by Lisa Parks, 2018 MacArthur Fellow, Director of MIT's Global Media Technologies and Cultures Lab and Professor of Comparative Media Studies and...

The Politics of Poetry in Translation, Panel #2: Leslie Kaplan's Excess-The Factory, translated by Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap, winner of the Kayden Translation Award for 2019

Translators Julie Carr and Jennifer Pap will interview Kaplan about her involvement in the May '68 General Strike and uprising in France and about the...

Salsa Night! (presented by SHPE/MAES and Cultural Events Board)

Enjoy a beginner salsa class taught by a professional salsa dancer in a friendly and lively atmosphere. We welcome the CU student body as a whole to join us....

Burning the Old Man: A play by Kelly McAllister

Two brothers who can’t stand each other have 24 hours left to fulfill their dad’s dying wish to have his ashes scattered at Burning Man. When their car goes...

Edges: By Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

"Edges" is a song-cycle about four burgeoning adults asking classic coming-of-age questions. Written by Tony-nominated Benj Pasek and Justin Paul...

7:30pm
Edges: By Benj Pasek and Justin Paul: By Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

"Edges" is a song-cycle about four burgeoning adults asking classic coming-of-age questions. Written by Tony-nominated Benj Pasek and Justin Paul...

No-No Boy in Concert: Presented by the American Music Research Center

No-No Boy presents an immersive multimedia concert combining original folk songs, storytelling and projected archival images to bridge a divide between art...

Friday, October 11