Events

Tuesday, February 26

Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future)

Documenting Change: Our Climate (Past, Present, Future) considers how our observation of natural worlds is influenced by measures of time and representations...

Fall 2019 Curriculum Management Access Returned to Departments for Internal Changes

Internal changes can include classroom swaps, canceling classes, assigning non-centrally controlled classrooms, etc. See the Fall 2019 Planning Memo for...

Poveka: Master Potter Maria Martinez 

For a limited time, the CU Museum of Natural History will feature a special selection of blackware pottery created by internationally renowned ceramic artist...

Spring 2019 Last Day to Submit Required Immunization Forms (5 p.m.)

Failure to comply results in a $25 fee and a registration hold. See New Student Information.

Time Collection Due for Off-Campus Student Employees

All time information must be entered and approved in the CU payroll system by 5 p.m. on each time collection due date. If you are unable to submit time by...

Introduction to Python

Register today for Introduction to Python. We will be offering two sessions, Tuesdays at 9-10:30 am and Wednesdays at 1:30-3:00 pm Please note that this is...

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...

Frameworks for Community-Engaged Scholarship Workshop

Join us as Leah Teeters, a postdoctoral researcher from the psychology and neuroscience department and School of Education Associate Professor Susan Jurow...

Interdisciplinary Data Consult Hours

Drop in to meet with consultants affiliated with the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) to ask your burning questions related to...

LISA Statistics Walk-in Hours

The Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis (LISA) and the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) are sponsoring free walk-in...

Learning Somatic Meditation Workshop

In this moment, our natural quality of wakefulness is fully present. The practice of somatic meditation invites us to directly experience our awakened...

Lunches and Coffee Hours with Dean Kathy Schultz - School of Education

Have lunch or coffee with Dean Kathy Schultz this spring. You will have an opportunity to learn more about the school, ask questions and make suggestions,...

Charles Schwab Virtual Lunch & Learn

Join us to learn more about a career at Charles Schwab where you have the opportunity to make a meaningful impact on our clients, gain diverse business...

Data Defense: the European Approach to Protecting Personal Data

Data are often called “the new oil”. This is meant to illustrate the importance of data for the modern economy in general and for the provision of online...

Conservation Through Market Innovation Panel

Join CU's Sustainability Innovation Lab (SILC) and a panel of leaders from Techstars Sustainability Accelerator in partnership with The Nature Conservancy....

Conservation through Market Innovation Panel

Join CU's Sustainability Innovation Lab (SILC) and a panel of leaders and founders from Techstars Sustainability Accelerator in partnership with The Nature...

Professor Ania Jayich: CUbit Quantum Seminar

With generous support from The Caruso Foundation, CUbit presents Professor Ania Jayich, UCSB, speaks on quantum sensing and imaging. Refreshments served at 3...

New Venture Challenge: Pitch Fix

This event is co-hosted by the CU Boulder New Venture Challenge and Venture Partners at CU Boulder, sponsors of the NVC R&D Track. NOTE: While some NVC...

ICE Talk: Dick Crysdale, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Investigating careers in the environment series presents Dick Crysdale, who is retired from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Please join us! Light...

Society of Physics Students Weekly Meeting

The CU Boulder Society of Physics Students (SPS) is a student organization open to all Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy/Astrophysics majors and...

Asking for and Collecting Letters of Recommendation

Letters of Recommendation are a critical component of your application. Learn tips and strategies for who to ask, how to ask, and what to ask potential...

BuffTalks: Tips for Teaching English Abroad

If you have always dreamed of living in another country and experiencing new cultures, then teaching abroad is one way to achieve that goal. Join us for a...

Tuesday Talks: Dean Jessica Berg & Associate Dean of Enrollment Alyson Alber

Jessica Berg is Dean and Tom J.E. and Bette Lou Walker Professor of Law. She also a Professor of Bioethics and Professor of Public Health, with a joint...

Validator

How do you know your idea is a good idea? The Validator teaches students how to validate early stage ideas and provides the basic building blocks of being an...

Engineering Exploration

What really is the difference between mechanical engineering and electrical engineering? What is project based engineering? What innovations are happening in...

Visiting Artist Lecture: Marie Herwald Hermann

The AAH Visiting Artist Program welcomes Marie Herwald Hermann. She is originally from Copenhagen, Denmark and now works in Detroit. Previously, she worked...

CommRAP: Trivia Night

CommRAP Students: come to the living room and enjoy a fun night of trivia with your friends. Food will be provided as will prizes for the winners!

Faculty Tuesdays: Fantasies and Meditations

Vocal coach and pianist Mutsumi Moteki is joined by pianist Tamara Goldstein and mezzo soprano Abigail Nims in an evening of "Fantasies and Meditations." The...

Tuesday, February 26