Events

Monday, March 4

Fall 2019 Schedule Review Period (No CTUFs Accepted)

A list of available classrooms is emailed to departments. During this period, send all schedule changes directly to academicscheduling@colorado.edu. See the...

Finance System Campus Close for February

6 p.m. Do not create, validate or approve February JEs and PETs after 6 p.m.

The 2019 International Workshop On Statistical Genetic Methods For Human Complex Traits advanced course

The 2019 workshop will be held in Boulder, Colorado, March 4th- 8th, 2019, with John Hewitt and Matt Keller as Local Hosts, and Benjamin Neale, Broad...

Web Express Open Lab

Open labs are a great opportunity for you to ask any specific questions about your site, work one-on-one with us on how to use any of the features, or to...

Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Mitch Alton

Mitch Alton, (ANYL 3rd Year Student, Browne Lab), CU Boulder

IPHY Colloquium: High-resolution Metabolomics: Advanced Blood Chemistry for Precision Medicine

Douglas Walker, Ph.D. Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York, NY (Host: Tanya Alderete...

Academic Futures Town Hall

An Academic Futures town hall to discuss progress on the lead projects recommended by the Academic Futures Committee and to answer questions and take input...

Getting Started with Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities (DH) is an interdisciplinary field and community of practice that leverages technology in the pursuit of humanistic study. So, where...

Guest Master Class: Victor Rosenbaum, piano

CU Boulder’s College of Music brings esteemed professional musicians from around the world together with CU students for in-depth study on music performance....

Kaffeestunde (German Coffee Hour) Spring 2019

Join us for coffee, snacks and German conversation!

Monday Workshop: Toward a Critical and Emotional Pedagogy

Incorporating Reflection in the Classroom Laura Malaver, PhD Student, Ethnic Studies Martinez-Cola, M., English, R., Min, J., Peraza, J., Tambah, J., &...

Ben Robertson - "'A myth that creates itself:' The Consistence of Story in Patrick Rothfuss's The Kingkiller Chronicle."

Are you a hardcore fantasy fan, aspiring writer, or lover of storytelling? Join Ben Robertson for a talk on The Kingkiller Chronicle.

Fundamentals of HPC: Compiling Programs and Linking Libraries in an HPC Environment

Join Research Computing this spring for our short course on the Fundamentals of High Performance Computing. This course has six modules intended to cover...

Safe Zone Workshop: LGBTQ Inclusivity

This workshop helps attendees create a more welcoming and inclusive environment for LGBTQ students, staff and faculty. We will build allyship skills and...

CompSci Colloquium: David Inouye on "Deeper Understanding of Deep Learning"

Deeper Understanding of Deep Learning via Shallow Learning and Model Explanations ABSTRACT: Despite tremendous empirical success, modern deep learning is...

Art History Visiting Scholar: Jed Perl

The Art & Art History Department's Visiting Artists and Scholars Program presents a lecture by Jed Perl. Jed Perl was the art critic for The New Republic...

Choosing Health Professions Schools

Figuring out which schools to submit an application to can be overwhelming. Learn tips and strategies for determining “fit” when finalizing your list of...

Sutherland Seminar Series: Treatment: Pharmacotherapy

A review of general principles to help you: 1) better understand medications and how to take them, 2) shop for a psychiatrist and 3) make the most of (often)...

Tafelmusik: Tales of Two Cities: The Leipzig-Damascus Coffee House

In the 18th century, the coffee house was a popular gathering place for brilliant minds and musicians—and nowhere were the sights, sounds and scents more...

Bollywood Dance

The world of contemporary Indian dance is an intricate fusion of classical forms blended with hip hop, jazz, Bollywood, and Western concert dance forms. The...

Monday, March 4