Events

Friday, October 4

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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...

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See Revision Access (www.colorado.edu/registrar/faculty-staff/curriculum/workflows).

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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...

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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...

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Submit all grades by this date. See the Fall 2019 Special Session Grade Processing Calendars.

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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...

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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...

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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...

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Petitions may be picked up and turned in at the CU Student Government office in UMC 125.

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From Sept. 26 through Oct. 9, students who drop all Main Campus classes are required to pay 60 percent of tuition and fees (40 percent refund) and refund or...

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.

Poveka: Master Potter Maria Martinez 

Now through October 20, the CU Museum of Natural History will feature a special selection of blackware pottery created by internationally renowned ceramic...

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

 ME Distinguished Seminar Series 2019-20: Laura Schaefer, PhD

Burton J. and Ann M. McMurtry Chair in Engineering College Magister, Weiss College ​Professor & Department Chair, Mechanical Engineering Rice...

CMCI & Family Weekend: Armory

Join us for light refreshments and a showcase of student work on the Armory patio. Plus, meet CMCI staff and student ambassadors!

FREE Professional Headshots

Free Professional Headshots are back! Be sure to make your LinkedIn profile even better by stopping by S135 (BASE Classroom) from 10am to 11:30am!

Workshop Series: Basic Photo Editing

Learn basic image editing skills like color balance, stitching, cloning, sharpening, making diptychs, and resizing images to get your images ready for...

Postdoc Tutorial: LaTeX Documents and Presentations

The Postdoctoral Association of Colorado, Boulder has organized this series of monthly tutorials/workshops on topics that may be useful to postdocs,...

Virtual Capstone Networking Event #2

Are you interested in working with a team of MENV graduate students to help you address a real-world environmental or sustainability challenge? If you’re...

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...

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...

14th Annual Fall Convocation Awards Ceremony

Members of the campus community are invited to join Chancellor Philip DiStefano and Provost Russell Moore for the annual presentation of CU Boulder faculty...

Take Care Street Fair

Join us during Family Weekend for all things health and wellness! Activities will include: Free chair massagesPersonal training and physical therapy...

CMCI & Family Weekend: Advising Office

Join us for light refreshments and a showcase of student work on the Armory patio. Plus, meet CMCI staff and student ambassadors!

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 - Andreas Kloeckner

Andreas Kloeckner, Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois Fast Algorithms for the Evaluation of Layer and Volume Potentials I will present...

The Future of Startups, from Unicorns to Zebras

A conversation with Mara Zepeda, co-founder of Zebras Unite and CEO of Switchboard Startups are increasingly looked to as the future of the economy, but...

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...

Jing Gao: Data-Driven Spatiotemporal Modeling for Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change Studies

The Department of Geography Colloquium Series Presents: Jing Gao Assistant Professor of Geospatial Data Science Affiliated with the Department of Geography...

Mostly Molecular Biology

Every Friday, two of our graduate students present the latest on their research.

Physical Chemistry/Chemical Physics: Gerald Knizia, The Pennsylvania State University

Revealing the chemistry in quantum chemistry: from diatomics to proton coupled electron transfer in enzymes Quantum Chemistry has reached a state where most...

CSO Special Lecture: Seth Sanders

The Center for the Study of Origins is pleased to announce a special lecture by Seth Sanders from the University of California, Davis. Title: The Paradox...

Center for the Study of Origins Lecture

CSO presents a special lecture by Dr. Seth Sanders titled "The Paradox of the Alphabet: Did Illiterate People Invent the World's Most Powerful Writing...

The Paradox of the Alphabet: Did Illiterate People Invent the World's Most Powerful Writing System?

Fri., Oct. 4, 5:00 PM, Norlin CBIS Room, M549 Dr. Seth Sanders, UC Davis The idea of writing has occurred to people multiple times in history but the...

Guest Speaker: John Huston

The Newton Ledership Chair and Leo Hill Speaker Series is proud to host renowned polar explorer John Huston. Huston will speak to students about what is...

Juno: The Latest from Jupiter

Join Dr. Fran Bagenal as she takes us on a journey to Jupiter with NASA’s Juno spacecraft. We’ll learn brand new information on what this mission is telling...

re-membering: An MFA dance concert

MFA Dance candidates Taylor Madgett and Kshitija Saturdekar reverberate and rebound between rhythmic forms—including classical and contemporary Indian,...

Liquid Sky The Police

London 1977 didn't get any hotter than this! When the second British Invasion hit the US we were ready and every little thing they did was absolute...

Liquid Sky U2

Ireland's own U2 hit the stage in 1976 transcending their humble Dublin roots to become one of the most iconic and socially conscious groups in the world....

Friday, October 4