Events

Monday, November 18

Registrar

After Oct. 24, students who drop an 8-Wk Session 2 class but remain enrolled in the session are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund),...

New Exhibit, Ross Sea: The Last Ocean

The Ross Sea Antarctica is the last ocean frontier not yet irreversibly harmed by human activity. Pollution, invasive species and overfishing rendered the...

Registrar

Assigned enrollment dates occur between Nov. 4 and Dec. 1. View yours in the student portal, then search for classes. Registration remains open through Jan. 9.

Guest Lecture-Recital: Pierre-Laurent Aimard, "Rhythm in Piano Repertoire since 1900"

Renowned pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, acclaimed particularly for his interpretations of music of our time, presents a lecture-recital on Rhythm in Piano...

How to Maintain Accountability

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs is partnering with the Graduate School’s Dr. Leslie Blood, who is leading sessions this fall on how to keep yourself...

Dissertation Writing Accountability Seminar

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

Inclusive Communities of Practice Session: Habits of Inclusion for Classroom Culture

Today's topic: Habits of inclusion for classroom culture Join us as we share effective practices for creating and sustaining an inclusive learning...

 CSGSA Student Colloquia

Aaquib Tabrez Using Explainable AI to Improve Human Performance...even if it means lying sometimes: Explainable AI has emerged as a vital aspect of safe...

IBS Speaker Series: Open Science: Overcoming (Some) Barriers to Practice

Presenter: Andrew Johnson (UCB Libraries and CRDDS) Title: Open Science: Overcoming (Some) Barriers to Practice Abstract: Open Science is an umbrella term...

CU Project Management Network November Roundtable

Project management is a growing profession that now plays an important part in how things get done on campus. A group of project managers from different...

Ethics & Compliance Education Session - Creating an Inclusive Campus: Disability and Pregnancy in the Workplace

Disability is diverse: it includes many different types of abilities (physical, mental, neurological, learning, etc). One way CU Boulder works to ensure...

IPHY Colloquium: A Role for Titin in Muscle Mechanics: Molecules to Movement

Kiisa Nishikawa, Ph.D. Regents' Professor Center for Bioengineering Innovation Northern Arizona University (Host: Alena Grabowski alena.grabowski@colorado.edu)

Inclusive Excellence in the Graduate Admissions Process

The Graduate School is offering workshops for faculty serving on graduate admissions committees to help educate and eliminate bias in the departmental...

Physics Graduate Research Opportunities Seminar

This is a lunch seminar with two short talks given by faculty designed to inform physics graduate students about current research opportunities connected to...

Bark Buddies at the Earth Sciences & Map Library!

Therapy Dogs Boulder County (TDBC) and the University Libraries are bringing Bark Buddies back! TBDC volunteers bring therapy dogs to hospitals, retirement...

Guest Master Class: Pierre-Laurent Aimard

Renowned pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, acclaimed particularly for his interpretation of music of our time, leads a piano master class. CU Boulder’s College...

IEC Public Speaking Club

Join us to improve your English communication skills, learn to motivate your audience, and give effective speeches! The IEC Public Speaking events are open...

 Academic Leaders Institute Getting You Prepared Workshop: How to Respond to Someone Who Discloses a Traumatic Experience

Traumatic experiences happen every day - faculty, staff, and students at CU Boulder are not exempt. In this session we build skills on how to respond to...

If I Only Had a Heart: Accounting for Care Work in Organizations

Too often, the necessary care work that generates and sustains our lives occurs at the margins of the economy, unaccounted for and under-recognized....

If I Only Had a Heart: Accounting for Care Work in Organizations

Activist Stacco Troncoso introduces the Decentralized Cooperative Organization Too often, the necessary care work that generates and sustains our lives...

Professor David Schulster: CUbit Quantum Seminar

With the generous support of The Caruso Foundation, CUbit presents Professor David Schulster, University of Chicago, speaking on quantum science beginning at...

China Town Hall

A national discussion on the topic of the current Sino-American relationship and the impact it is having on us, on our businesses, our educational...

Materials and Nanoscience: George Schatz, Northwestern University

Nanoparticles, SERS and Theory Silver and gold nanoparticles have a history that dates to the Roman empire and before, as well as detailed work by Michael...

UMC Farewell Feast

Join the UMC as we celebrate the mid-semester accomplishments of our CU Buffs! We invite you to enjoy a hearty meal before you head off to a much-deserved...

Workshop: Facebook as a Journalism Tool

The CU chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) invites you to a free workshop provided by the SPJ and the Facebook Journalism Project to...

Trivia Night

Join The Connection on Mondays for Trivia Night. Test your knowledge of everything from celebrities to sports to history and more! Free to enter! Teams and...

Intro to CAD Workshop

This Intro to Computer Aided Design (CAD) Workshop is geared towards folks who have never used a CAD software before. This workshop will cover some of the...

Thompson Jazz Combos: November 18

The Thompson Jazz Studies combos explore the rich repertoire of jazz, including traditional, swing, bebop, fusion and tunes by new artists, along with...

Vocal Jazz and Madrigal Singers: Luis de Victoria, Pierluigi da Palestrina, MacMillan and more

The CU Chamber Choirs consist of vocal jazz and madrigal ensembles, focusing on accompanied and unaccompanied singing of music from the Renaissance through...

Monday, November 18