Events

Thursday, February 6

'A Campers’ Republic: How Camping Became a National Ritual' -  Professor Phoebe Young, CU Boulder

The Golden History Museum welcomes Dr. Phoebe Young, professor of history at CU Boulder 'A Campers’ Republic: How Camping Became a National Ritual' At...

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Previous month's statements are ready for review and reconciliation.

DIY Valentine Making For CU Students Jan. 21 -Feb. 7, 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...

Frames: seeing colorblind racism in architectural design

Join us for an opening reception on Monday, Feb. 3 from 6-7 p.m. Light snacks and drinks provided. An exploration of forms through which architecture and...

Hearts for Art!

Join us for our annual in-gallery activity leading up to Valentine's Day, Hearts for Art! Step 1: Pick up a single heart and hold it close until you’re...

Mary Mattingly: Last Library

Mary Mattingly is the CU Art Museum’s 2020 artist-in-residence. In her artwork, Mattingly combines Earth sciences, ecology and utopian ideas to communicate...

Persuasive Prints

Prints from the CU Art Museum’s collection demonstrate how artists and printmakers combine image, text and technique to persuade viewers. Curated by graduate...

Registrar

Grade rosters are available via the MyCUInfo Teaching Tools tab. As faculty post rosters, students can immediately see their grades in Buff Portal. Their...

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...

Thursday Write-In

​​​​​​Having trouble making dedicated time for your writing? Join other graduate students in this coffee-house style setting dedicated to staying focused and...

CU Boulder Logo

Every day leaders are making countless decisions and facing problems they’ve never encountered before. What worked yesterday can change overnight. The...

Blood Drive - Save a Life!

Is your New Year resolution to volunteer and help others in your community? Then we have the perfect volunteer activity for you! Blood supplies are...

Food Drive - Help a community in need!

CU Boulder's Staff Council is partnering with Longmont's OUR Center for a food drive on the Boulder campus, concurrent with the February campus blood drive....

Plante Moran Office Hours

Come meet Plante Moran and learn about all the different opportunities we have to offer! Stop by Plante Moran Office Hours 2/6/20 to meet with recruiters...

Mornings at the Museum: Feb. 6 & 20, 2020

Mornings at the Museum are offered the first and third Thursday of each month and provide a hands-on introduction to the wonderful worlds of science,...

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...

STEM Industries Career & Internship Fair

The STEM Industry Career & Internship Fair is ideal for students who are seeking internships or full-time positions. Employers will be recruiting for...

Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP Office Hours

Meet with representatives from Frank, Rimerman + Co. LLP to hear more about one of the largest regional CPA and consulting firms on the West Coast. Learn...

LISA Statistics Walk-in Hours

Domain problem consultation and solutions to statistical issues.

Staff Council Payroll, Benefits, Retirement, and Legislative (PBRL) Committee Monthly Meeting

The Payroll, Benefits, and Retirement part of this committee was formed in August 2007, to address the three primary issues of staff at UCB. The committee...

Technology that Increases Learning and Technology that Decreases It

Facilitated by Doug Duncan, Lecturer, Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences and Fiske Planetarium Director. Technology is changing a lot about the way we...

Two people talking

Let’s Talk is a free service where CU Boulder students can stop by for an informal and confidential consultation with a counselor. No appointment is...

Bike Registration, Repair and Lock Swaps

Join the CU Bike Program on East Campus to register your bike, get help with basic bike repairs, and swap out your existing lock for a high quality U-lock.

Intro to ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS is the industry standard for GIS in public, private, and academic spheres. We will discuss basic GIS concepts and lead participants through hands-on...

Pastries with PwC

Don't miss out on Pastries with PwC! After all, nothing calms nerves like an afternoon sugar rush! But in all seriousness, join PwC for as long - or as...

MIG Welding Workshop

MIG welding workshops are approximately two hours long and cover shop safety and etiquette, machine set up, material preparation, butt/ lap/ fillet/ corner...

Optional Practical Training (OPT) workshop

This workshop explains the application timeline and process for Optional Practical Training, the work authorization available to F-1 students after they...

CompSci Colloquium: Joe Izraelevitz on "Practical & Formal Infrastructure for Nonvolatile Memory"

Practical and Formal Infrastructure for Nonvolatile Memory ABSTRACT: For decades, programmers have interacted with persistent storage via a well-defined...

Thursday Seminar

Featuring Dr. Richard McIntosh from CU Boulder. Each Thursday an invited guest shares their research.

Anonymous logo, via Wikimedia Commons

Today’s “Alt Right” or “Far Right” is a loose coalition of Internet trolls, White nationalists, men’s rights activists, game enthusiasts, and others. They...

SASE Meeting

SASE is dedicated to the advancement of Asian heritage scientists and engineers in education and employment so that they can achieve their full career...

Spring Exhibitions Opening Reception

Join us for a reception celebrating the opening of our two spring exhibitions: "Mary Mattingly: Last Library" and "Persuasive Prints".

Hellems Arts and Sciences Building

CU Professor, Mike Huemer will be giving a talk titled "A Philosophical Proof of Reincarnation"

“But where are you from, from?” Lessons for Critical Democracy from Transnational Youth | Thea Abu El-Haj, Barnard College

“But where are you from, from?” Lessons for Critical Democracy from Transnational Youth | Talk by Thea Abu El-Haj, Barnard College Feb. 6, 5:00-6:15 p.m.,...

Ralphie's Cooking Basics

Join your fellow students to learn basic cooking techniques! Hosted by the Center for Student Involvement, this free cooking class is taught on Thursdays on...

Show and Tech: Micron

Join us at this informational session where representatives from Micron will showcase what an intern or employee at their company might work on.

Zen Meditation

Interested in learning to meditate? Looking to unwind at the end of a busy day? Already have a practice and hoping to find others who share your passion for...

Intro to Industrial Sewing Machines

NOTE: Prerequisite = attend Intro to Sewing Learn how to use an industrial sewing machine (Sailrite SLZ-1 portable zig zag walking foot machine) and related...

NSBE Meeting

Our mission—to increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the...

FLOWS members

What can we do as individuals and communities to combat the climate crisis? Join KGNU Community Radio and FLOWS at the University of Colorado Environmental...

Why are we stuck on dealing with climate change and how do we get ‘unstuck’?

Moderated by the Faculty Director of the Center of the American West, Patty Limerick, this panel will feature speakers with backgrounds in politics, energy,...

Canvas Tote Workshop

Sew your own durable custom canvas tote (approx. 5 in. x 12 in. x 15 in. tall.) We have a range of colors (all of these and most of these) to choose from....

Live Talk: A Closer Look - A Decade in Review: Astronomy's Greatest Hits of the 2010s

When the world entered 2010, photos of Pluto were pixels, we had found less than 500 exoplanets, and we could only view black holes through drawings. We now...

Professor David Koffman

In this lecture, Professor David Koffman will map the broad contours of the American Jewish – Native American encounter from the middle of the nineteenth...

Nicole Walker

The Program for Writing & Rhetoric welcomes Nicole Walker, noted creative nonfiction writer on sustainability, to campus on Thursday, February 6, and Friday,...

Centennial Celebration: Featuring the CU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band

CU Boulder’s top wind, brass and percussion students perform a varied program of outstanding works for wind ensemble. Throughout 2020, the College of Music...

Thursday, February 6