Events

Saturday, January 1

Historic illustration of apple.

Now you can discover the cultural and biological context of Boulder’s historic apple trees from your laptop! CU Museum’s newest exhibit features Boulder...

Virtual Event
Adolescents, Smartphones, and Social Media: Promoting Positive Relationships

A focus group will meet over Zoom, consisting of 30 to 40 females ages 11-14, and will provide a team of curriculum developers (teachers, community partners,...

Virtual Event
Black and white photo of Henderson Museum's east stairs.

The CU Museum of Natural History Boulder will be closed January 1 -2, 2022 as officially-observed campus holidays. Please note the CU Museum will re-open...

Coach whip snake, curled with its tongue out.

Colorado is home to 29 diverse species of snakes found throughout the high peaks and the high plains. Colorado Snakes, the newest online exhibit at the CU...

Registrar

CU Boulder will resume campus operations on Sunday, Jan. 2, and be open for business on Monday, Jan. 3. See CU Boulder Holiday Schedule.

18th century beaded saddle

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
Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English and Spanish) BioLounge Gallery

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

musician checking music sheet before concert

Do you teach a large lecture course in the college of Arts & Sciences? Are you looking for ways to best support the students in your course? Integration of...

Virtual Event

Saturday, January 1