Events

Sunday, February 10

DIY Valentine Making For CU Students

At the CU Museum of Natural History, we love authentic things, which is why this year we will be hosting a DIY Valentine making station for CU students. Show...

Fall 2019 Schedule 25 Room Process Occurs

During this period, no changes for Fall 2019 can be made in Campus Solutions. See the Fall 2019 Planning Memo for details.

Ski Bus to Keystone and  A-Basin

The CU Ski Bus provides students, staff, and faculty an affordable and convenient way to get to the ski slopes and back without driving. Ticket sales are on...

Silicon Flatirons Conference: Internet Platforms' Rising Dominance, Evolving Governance

We are living in the era of the internet platform. From Apple’s app store to Google’s search and Chrome browser to Facebook to Amazon to broadband internet...

Art & Art History Scholarships

The Department of Art and Art History offers merit-based awards for undergraduate and graduate students that are made possible through the generosity of our...

Family Engineering Day with CU Science Discovery

Our fifth annual Family Engineering Day will take place at our new location in the SEEC building! Bring the kids and join us as we celebrate Engineering...

Request for Proposals: "Re-imaging the News"

Artists invited to propose new work incorporating CU Law Library’s archive of NY Times microfiche film from 1970’s and 80’s. Applicants interested in looking...

CU Women’s Basketball vs. USC

This Sunday is the National Girls and Women in Sports Day clinic and autograph session starting at 11 a.m. Get two game tickets, two hot dogs, and two drinks...

SPARK!  Cultural Programming for People with Memory Loss

SPARK! programs create an opportunity for individuals living with early to mid-stage memory loss and their families to enjoy interactive and engaging...

Almost, Maine: A play by John Cariani

On a cold, clear night in the fictional town of Almost, Maine, residents find themselves falling in and out of love in strange and unexpected ways. This...

Catapult: A BFA dance concert

How are stories of women in warfare across cultures and time periods being told? Why do we predict the stories of people with mental disorders? What are the...

Takács Quartet: Barber, Rorem, Bartók and Grieg

The Grammy Award-winning string quartet has been moving audiences and selling out concerts at CU Boulder for more than three decades. Their irresistible...

Probably Novel Podcast - Ellen Considine

Live Signal Link: CU-Boulder Radio 1190 Join Grant Baker, Josh Jacobson, and Matthew Maierhofer on another live show about exciting STEM research conducted...

Sunday, February 10