Events

Friday, January 31

DIY Valentine Making For CU Students Jan. 21 -Feb. 10, 2020

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...

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By this date, all non-centrally controlled classrooms should be entered in Campus Solutions. See the Fall 2020 Planning Memo for details.

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After this date, COF funding is no longer applied to late adds. Departments have until Wednesday, May 6, to submit an appeal to cof@colorado.edu. See Add a...

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See Credits & Grading in the university catalog.

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Waitlists are canceled and students on the waitlist lose access to class materials. See Waitlist for a Closed Class.

Doris Kearns Goodwin - Students Only Q&A Session

The Newton Endowed Chair in Leadership is pleased to announce a unique opportunity for students to engage with Doris Kearns Goodwin in a more intimate...

Student Forum for Climate Justice

Explore and redefine the leading edges of social and environmental solutions at the Student Forum for Climate Justice! This event is two days of learning and...

Body Language: Picturing People 

This exhibition considers how the pose, the gesture and the body in motion are used by artists to convey meaning. Figural artworks from the CU Art Museum’s...

Global Seminar: Gender, Race & Tourism in Contemporary Cuba (Havana, Cuba) - Info Session

Want to study Gender, Race, & Tourism through an anthropological lens in Cuba this summer? Earn six credits in five weeks on an exciting Global Seminar! You...

ICS Colloquium: Orit Peleg, Ph.D., CU Boulder

Title: Collective Ecophysiology, Physics, and Decision Making of Honeybee Swarms Presenter: Assistant Professor, Biofrontiers Institute, Department of...

Preparing a Teaching Portfolio for Review and Tenure

Facilitated by Michele Moses, Professor, School of Education. This seminar will explain both the method for assembling a teaching portfolio and the type of...

Applied Math Colloquium - Katie Oliveras

Katie Oliveras, Department of Mathematics, Seattle University Measuring Water Waves: Using Pressure to Reconstruct Wave Profiles Euler's equations describe...

CMCI at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Finals

The Graduate School hosts its annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition where competitors describe their thesis in three minutes in front of a panel of...

Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Finals

The Graduate School hosts its annual Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition where competitors describe their thesis in three minutes in front of a panel of...

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Seminars are on Fridays from 3:30 - 4:30pm in Ramaley N1B23 unless otherwise indicated on the schedule. Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be available...

Mostly Molecular Biology

Every Friday, two of our graduate students present the latest on their research.

International Coffee Hour

International Coffee Hour is a weekly social event co-hosted by International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) and CU International during the academic...

Physical Chemistry-Chemical Physics Seminar: Evan Williams, University of California, Berkeley

Exploring Fast Chemistry in Aqueous Nanodrops with Mass Spectrometry A virtually unlimited variety of molecules that are confined in gaseous aqueous...

SoundHound LingCircle Roundtable

SoundHound LingCircle Roundtable: Insights on Linguistics Roles in Speech Recognition Technology The SoundHound team in Boulder has been growing and is...

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A Part of the Student Forum For Climate Justice: Decolonize Your Diet workshop and meal Explore pre-colonial indigenous food traditions and what it means to...

Our Living Landscape | Opening Reception

Boulder is known for its water-carved landscapes that sweep from the peaks of the Continental Divide to the iconic Flatirons, and down to the grassy plains....

Inro 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...

Catapult: A BFA dance concert

BFA candidates Hattie Houser, Attiyya Fortuné and Sami Scovel craft works that attack, float and reverberate, as they map intergenerational narratives...

Friday, January 31