Events

Friday, May 21

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
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
Speedtype Inactivation Cutoff

Noon deadline Last day to submit speedtype and FOPPs inactivation requests for fiscal year-end.

Virtual Exhibit -- Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English and Spanish)

The Ross Sea Antarctica is the last ocean frontier not yet irreversibly harmed by human activity. Pollution, invasive species and overfishing rendered the...

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...

8am
Virtual Event
Glenn Page

ABOUT: This workshop builds on the Systems Thinking workshop (Parts 1 + 2 hosted in February and March) and provides a unique opportunity for Capstone teams...

8am
Virtual Event
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...

9am
Virtual Event
Bipartisanship (and Friendship) Happen! Featuring Scott McInnis and David Skaggs

David Skaggs and Scott McInnis served in the U.S. House of Representatives together in the 1990’s, Skaggs as a Democrat from Colorado’s 2nd Congressional...

12pm
Virtual Event
CU Discover Series-Demystifying Academic Traditions and Regalia

Gowns, hoods, and tassels, oh my! In this session, we will demystify academic traditions.The history and symbolic significance of academic dress and...

12pm
Virtual Event

Friday, May 21