Events

Thursday, May 20

Graphic of buildings that represent places where the languages taught this summer are spoken

Our May and June sessions feature remote, non-credit language classes that are four weeks in length and meet three hours per week. You’ll gain...

Virtual Event
Agrippina: An opera by George Frideric Handel

Shocking power struggles and serpentine acts of lust and betrayal define Handel's "Agrippina," a dark comedy about a woman who schemes to advance her son's...

12am
Virtual Event
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Horse hair, glass beads, sinew, dye, and buckskin riding quirt.

Horses are not just an animal–they are a way of life in the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and American Southwest. A new online exhibit at the CU Museum,...

Virtual Event
Pendulum New Music: CU Boulder Songwriters Concert

Join us for Pendulum New Music's first-ever Songwriters Concert, a playlist featuring songs by CU Boulder student songwriters. This free event will be...

12am
Virtual Event
Man and woman looking at a computer monitor

Summer Consult hours by request. Meet virtually with experts for help working with all forms of data, coding in R and Python, exploring computational and...

Women writing in notebook while sitting outside

Are you a procrastinator who suffers from writing anxiety? Is writing leaving you in isolation? Join other graduate students for an online writing bootcamp...

8:30am
Virtual Event
Mountains with sun falling on the peaks

A half day conference for higher education teaching and learning professionals from the Colorado region to share what has been working in our institutions...

8:30am
Virtual Event
CU Boulder International Alumni Event: The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on a Global Society

Artificial Intelligence is arguably one of the most important technologies of the 21st century. AI is ubiquitous in our global lives, from smart home devices...

crucial accountability in white on blue background

“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

Leading at the Speed of Trust

Are you able to engage those in your unit with compassion, gratitude, and support to build trust in your unit so that everyone will rally around each other...

Web Express Bundles Training

This session will give you an overview of the various Web Express Bundles. It is an opportunity to try out the bundles before enabling them on your site. You...

2020 Ice Cream Social

This sub-committee was formed in 1991 at the request of the Chancellor. Its purpose is to arrange year-round events designed to honor Boulder campus staff....

11am
Virtual Event
CU Boulder Logo

Elementary school students will explore science concepts through art, dance and music, with artists and scientists from CU.

11:10am
Virtual Event
The Jester and the Sage: Forming Connections Through Storytelling

Everyone loves a good story. Since the advent of communication, humans have compulsively weaved stories as a method to pass on wisdom, share laughter,...

crucial accountability in white on blue background

“I don’t want to be annoying, and I don’t want to fail to speak up when I think something is a problem.” Learn how to speak up when someone has bad...

Cover of Mutualism by Sara Horowitz

As the U.S. federal government considers once-in-a-generation investments in infrastructure, is it possible to also enable a new commitment to a democratic...

Thursday, May 20