Events

Monday, February 24

Registrar

On Feb. 24 and 25, departments have access to swap classrooms, cancel classes, assign non-centrally controlled classrooms, etc. New classes without classroom...

Registrar

Departments receive email distribution of all classroom space assignments and of classes that were not assigned a centrally controlled classroom. See the...

Twentieth Annual Thompson Awards for Western American Writing

Seven $500 prizes will be awarded to CU Boulder Students in the Spring of 2020 for writings on Western American topics. We invite submissions from graduate...

MCDB Logo

The Stem Cell Research and Technology Resource Center is offering a hands-on, week-long human induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) culture workshop from...

Atrium inside the CASE building

Spring Diversity and Inclusion Summit (Tuesday, Feb. 25) and the Inclusive Sport Summit (Wednesday, Feb. 26), the Inclusive Communities of Practice steering...

IBS Speaker Series: Lost in Application: Feminist Fears in Sustainable Development and the Environment

Speaker: Kiran Asher Abstract: Feminisms and sustainability are ostensibly interrelated projects and hold out the promise of creative synergies. But while...

Analytical Chemistry Seminar: Dr. Urs Baltensperger, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland

Dr. Urs Baltensperger, Laboratory of Atmospheric Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland (hosts: RMV & JLJ) Physics and chemistry of new...

Ethics & Compliance Education Session: Whistleblowing – When to Speak Up and What Comes Next

February’s Monthly Ethics & Compliance Education Series features the University of Colorado Office of Internal Audit. Have you ever seen something on campus...

Hands-on humanities: Pedagogies of doing, moving, and making

Facilitated by Thora Brylowe, assistant professor, English. Research suggests that student-led inquiry helps students retain what they have learned. This...

IBS Speaker Series: Lost in Application: Feminist Fears in Sustainable Development and the Environment

The Institute of Behavioral Science and the Department of Geography Presents Kiran Asher Professor, Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies University of...

IPHY Colloquium: Muscle and Connective Tissue Function during Locomotion

Carolyn Eng, Ph.D. Research Associate Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science Yale University (Host: Chris Link linkc@colorado.edu)

Tech Talk: Zayo

On Monday, Feb. 24, Zayo will be visiting CU's campus for a Tech Talk! CTO Aaron Werley and Manager of Ethernet Engineering Michelle D'Sa will be...

Data Finding for GIS

GIS data can seem like it is available both everywhere and nowhere in particular all at the same time. Earth Sciences & Environment Librarian will lead...

[CANCELED] I Love Mondays

Cure your case of the Mondays each week with the Center for Student Involvement. Build community, learn about campus events and how to get involved! Take a...

Professor Alexander Gaeta: CUbit Quantum Seminar

With generous support of The Caruso Foundation, CUbit presents Professor Alexander Gaeta, Columbia, speaking on quantum photonics beginning at 4...

Guest Master Class: Anne Epperson, collaborative piano

Anne Epperson, collaborative pianist and founder of the College of Music's collaborative piano program, works with collaborative piano students and their...

Lisa McElwee-White

A Physical Organic Chemist's Approach to Precursors for the Deposition of Inorganic Nanostructures Nanostructured materials can be deposited from...

Center for the Study of Origins Public Lecture: Dr. David Shaul

Title: Harbor Hopping: Multiple Entries Into the Baja, OR New Readings of Bottleneck Linguistics Abstract: The settlement of the Americas is a topic of...

Intro 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...

SpongeBob SquarePants Trivia Night at The Connection

Join The Connection on Mondays for Trivia Night. This week's theme is SpongeBob SquarePants! Free to enter! Teams and individuals welcome! Starts at 7 p.m....

Monday, February 24