Events

Friday, February 7

Buffs at the Butte

Friday, Feb. 7—Sunday, Feb. 9 Escape the mid-winter slump and take in breathtaking mountain views in Crested Butte this February on our annual young alumni...

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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...

Pay Day for Student Employees

It's pay day for on-campus and off-campus student employees! Dates are subject to change, refer to the CU System payroll calendar for updates.

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...

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...

Colloquium: "Computational Genetic Analysis: Translational  and AI-Enabled Discovery"

Presented by: Gary Peltz, M.D. Ph.D. Department of Anesthesiology Stanford University School of Medicine Haplotype-based computational genetic...

GIT Tutorial

Have you ever lost your work on your computer?, Do you have multiple copies of the same file?, Do you work on a collaborative project and want to keep track...

Nicole Walker

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

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...

Meet and Greet with Research Computing

Did you know that there is a supercomputer that members of CU have free access to? Do you know about our large- and small-scale data storage options on...

MBA & MS Informational Luncheon for Women

Information session on the MBA & MS graduate degree programs for women. RSVP HERE TO RESERVE YOUR PLACE

CTQM Seminar "Operator scrambling, quantum chaos and quantum gravity"

Xiaoliang Qi, Stanford University Room G126 In this talk, I will overview some recent developments in many-body quantum chaotic dynamics and its relation...

Demystifying Entrepreneurship: Ideation Workshop

In this introductory session, we’ll give you the basics—how do you look at the world’s most pressing problems and turn them into opportunities? What do you...

candy hearts

CU Buffs: If you haven't given Valentine making in our BioLounge your full devotion, drop by the TreeSpace this Friday for sweet treats, music that will put...

ICS Colloquium: J. Cobb Scott, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Title: Cannabis, Cognitive Functioning, and Brain Structure in Youth: Results from Large Samples and Meta-analysis Presenter: Assistant Professor of...

Introduction to Microsoft Teams

OIT is offering weekly Introduction to Microsoft Teams workshops on Fridays from 12 pm to 1 pm in Norlin M210. You can also join remotely using the Microsoft...

Nicole Walker

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

Applied Math Colloquium - Bengt Fornberg

Bengt Fornberg, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Boulder Euler-Maclaurin without analytic derivatives We consider here the...

 [This event has been cancelled for the remainder of Spring 2020] 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...

Book Launch: Death at the Dacha by Paul Levitt

Please join the English Department in honoring emeritus faculty member, Paul Levitt, as we celebrate the launch of his newest book Death at the Dacha on...

CU on Friday: Color Me Happy!

CU on Friday is all about bringing the CU community together. CU Boulder students, faculty and staff, please join us for this fun UMC tradition! Friday,...

Dr. Juno Salazar Parreñas: Multispecies Injustice: Race and Animal Advocacy in Southeast Asia and South Africa

Professor of Anthropology at Ohio State University and author of Decolonizing Extinction: The Work of Care in Orangutan Rehabilitation (Duke University Press...

Liberalism Cannot Save Us: Multispecies Justice, Ongoing Colonialism, and Decolonization in Malaysia and South Africa

This is a research lecture by a leading scholar of decolonization and multispecies research in Asia.

Alex Laskin

Chemistry of Atmospheric Brown Carbon Light-absorbing organic aerosol commonly termed as Brown carbon (BrC) is a significant contributor to radiative...

T9 Hacks - Women and Non-Binary Hackathon

At the fifth annual T9Hacks, a women and non-binary hackathon, there will be workshops, mentors, food, games and swag.... all 100% free! Have fun solving...

"Americaville" screening with Adam Smith

“Americaville," a feature documentary film on challenges of the American Dream in China's replica Wild West. Residents of Beijing, China, escape an...

Honors Chamber Music Ensemble Showcase Recital

A recital featuring the top student chamber ensembles in the College of Music Chamber Music Program. Works to include Piazzolla’s “Histoire du Tango” for...

Friday, February 7