Events

Tuesday, March 19

Deadline Approaching - Win $500 - Thompson Awards for Western American Writing

March 19 is the deadline for a chance to win $500 in the 20th Annual Thompson Writing Awards. The contest is open to all CU Boulder students at both...

Fall 2019 Course Reservation

Waitlisted students not enrolled in a course the last term it was offered may be eligible to reserve that course for Fall 2019. See Reserve a Course.

Free Texas Hold’em Poker Tournaments

Put on your poker face! Play in a free Texas Hold’em poker tournament at The Connection! Sign up at 6 p.m. at The Connection front desk. Cards fly at 7...

Thompson Writing Awards 2019

THOMPSON WRITING AWARDS Enter Today! Entry Deadline: 3/19/19 11:59pm Regardless of whether you call the West your home or you are just passing through, as...

pARTicipate at the CU Art Museum

pARTicipate at the CU Art Museum An afternoon of guided and pARTicipatory conversations about art, life and change! Tuesday, March 19th, 12-1:45 p.m. Lunch...

7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Habits are powerful forces in our lives. They determine our level of effectiveness or ineffectiveness. The purpose of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People...

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...

PI Academy Breakfast with Vice Chancellor Terri Fiez and Associate Deans for Research

Who: PI Academy Participants When: Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 9:00 - 10:30am Where: University Memorial Center (UMC) Aspen Rooms RSVP: Due March 13 Breakfast...

Housing Master Plan Interactive Open House

Campus recently launched a Housing Master Plan initiative. The insights of our campus community members are a vital part of this process. Students, faculty...

Communications Committee

Staff Council Communications Committee, meets the first Monday of the month from 12-1pm

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...

Pizza & Perspectives: India

Pizza & Perspectives is a monthly lunchtime gathering featuring a panel of students from a specific region and, of course, free pizza! Come hear different...

Cowen Group Semi Virtual Event

Students that sign-up will have the opportunity to directly engage with us in a casual setting and receive answers to questions like – What exactly is the...

JUSTIFYING VIOLENCE IN A BUDDHIST WORLD

Colloquium with Michael Jerryson CASE Building, E422 In many ways, Buddhist-inspired violence may seem like an oxymoron. Yet there is a robust history of...

Justifying Violence in a Buddhist World Colloquium with Michael Jerryson

In many ways, Buddhist-inspired violence may seem like an oxymoron, yet there is a robust history of Buddhist revolts, just-war theory, and violence in Asia....

Open Forum on Grade Replacement Policy

Attend an upcoming grade replacement policy open forum to learn more about this new policy supporting student success. The forum will be geared toward a...

Energy Frontiers

Energy Frontiers is a 100 percent student-led conference organized by CU Energy Club. It consists of an energy career and networking fair, a panel discussion...

 CMCI Informational Session (Intra-University Transfers/IUTs)

The College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI) offers students the cutting-edge skills and intellectual insight to thrive in today’s media...

Intersectionality Training

This workshop is designed to illustrate how overlapping systems of oppression create an inequality and limit opportunities for different identities. We will...

Professor Markus Greiner: CUbit Quantum Seminar

With the generous support of The Caruso Foundation, CUbit presents Professor Markus Greiner, Harvard University, speaking on ultracold quantum gases...

CompSci Colloquium: Bill Fefferman on "The computational power of quantum physics"

*NEW DATE* Characterizing the computational power of quantum physics ABSTRACT: Quantum computation is rapidly transitioning from science fiction to...

Stats, Optimization, and Machine Learning Seminar - Sophie Giffard-Roisin

Sophie Giffard-Roisin, Department of Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder Hurricane forecasting using fused deep learning The forecast of...

Housing Master Plan Interactive Open House

Campus recently launched a Housing Master Plan initiative. The insights of our campus community members are a vital part of this process. Students, faculty...

RNA Club: Meet at CU Boulder

Meet with your fellow researchers to learn and discuss the science of RNA. Location alternates between Anschutz and Boulder campuses.

Research Implications of Current U.S.-China Relations

Join Robert Daly, Director of the Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute on China and the United States and expert on Sino-U.S. relations, for an illuminating...

ICE Talk: Susan Daggett

Investigating careers in the environment series presents Susan Dagget, who is a Professor of Environmental Law at University of Denver. Please join us! Light...

Ping Pong Paddle Workshop

Produce a personalized “Potts” ping pong paddle, and perfect your play on the plethora of Idea Forge “streetball” tables. Customize your paddle with a...

Screening: “What is Democracy?” with filmmaker Astra Taylor

Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, “What Is Democracy?” reflects on a word we too often take for granted. Director Astra Taylor’s...

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...

Tuesday Talks: Michael Dougherty & Shannon Carbone - Boulder County District Attorney’s Office

Michael T. Dougherty, 20th Judicial District Attorney After graduating from Nassau Community College, Michael Dougherty attained his undergraduate degree...

CommRAP: Breakfast for Dinner

CommRAP Students: Enjoy socializing and relaxing with your friends along with breakfast for dinner!

Engineering Exploration

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

New Venture Challenge: General Track Finals

Watch some of CU's top entrepreneurs pitch their business ventures in the General Track Finals competition of the CU Boulder New Venture Challenge. Winners...

Environmental Racism: The Most Pressing Issues and Heroes in Colorado

Learn about Colorado's biggest environmental justice issues from some of the most inspiring grassroots leaders on the Front Range! From the most polluted...

Japanese Jōmon Pottery: Techniques, Tradition and Culture

Lecture by Japanese artists: Ifurai, Genya Murakami, and Ryujiro Oyabu Jōmon pottery, also known as cord-patterned pottery, is the oldest art form in Japan...

The Beauty of Japanese Jōmon Pottery: Techniques, Tradition and Culture

This event invites three contemporary Japanese ceramic artists to discuss Jōmon pottery, its techniques, styles, and cultural significance in Japan. Being...

Intro to Woodworking

Learn the fundamentals of operating powered woodworking equipment safely. This workshop covers the miter saw, track-saw, band-saw, and drill press. This...

Russian Film Series

Contact Tatiana.Mikhailova@colorado.edu for details about the films. Films will be shown in Eaton Humanities Room 1B90 all nights except for Tuesday, March...

Russian Film Series

Join us in Humanities 1B90 (except for March 19, when venue is Humanities 1B80) for Russian films on select Tuesday evenings 7-9pm. For details, contact...

Words for War (new Poems from Ukraine) with Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky

Words for War tells the story of the current Ukraine-Russia war through the voices of the most important poets in the region. These poems are written from a...

Faculty Tuesdays: John Seesholtz, baritone

The newest member of the CU Boulder voice faculty, John Seesholtz, presents an all-English recital. Featuring faculty and students performing the "Five...

Tuesday, March 19