Events

Thursday, February 3

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

The CU Museum of Natural History Boulder will delay opening until Monday, February 21, 2022. Please visit our Museum from Home page for updates and online...

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...

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
Registrar

All faculty, instructors, TAs, etc., must be correctly assigned to their classes in Campus Solutions by 5 p.m. or they will not have access to their grade...

Registrar

Students who drop all classes in this session are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and W grades are posted to transcripts. See...

Donuts with the Dean - JSCBB

Enjoy free snacks to celebrate the start of the new semester! Hosted by Acting Dean Keith Molenaar.

Photo of LaMont Hamilton walking through a snowy landscape.

To Hear the Earth Before the End of the World (a rephrasing phrasing of poet Ed Roberson's book To See the Earth Before the End of the World) is a light and...

Making Trouble: Hands-on Photography

Making Trouble: Hands-on Photography brings together a selection of photographs from the museum’s collection that have been altered either digitally or by...

R Workshop Series - Intro to R

R Workshop Series - Intro to R This 2-hour workshop will serve as an introduction to programmings in R and is the first of a multi-part R workshop series....

10am
Virtual Event
A closeup of an anatomical illustration.

How does Hydrogen Man, a woodcut made by Leonard Baskin in 1954, relate to an illustration of the circulatory system from Andreas Vesailus’ 1555 anatomical...

Spirit Day on the Quad

This spring, join the Herd Leadership Council to celebrate CU pride and traditions at Spirit Day on the Quad. Swing by for free food and gear, then stay to...

Chip celebrating Buffs pride with CU students

This spring, join the Herd Leadership Council to celebrate CU pride and traditions at Spirit Days on the Quad. Swing by for free food and gear, then stay to...

B.Y.D. Build Your Dreams

Not sure what to do next? Looking for your next big idea? Meet with a fellow student innovator at our weekly drop-in office hours. This time is set aside for...

Canadian Express Entry Program Info Session

Looking for options after graduation? Consider Canada! Express Entry is the application process for skilled immigrants who want to settle in Canada...

12pm
Virtual Event
Virtual Information Sessions

If you're unable to attend our Open House or an in-person information session, then please consider learning more about the MENV Graduate Program by meeting...

12pm
Virtual Event
Virtual Lunch Hour with Dr. Lydia Lawhon

The Outdoor Recreation Economy (ORE) Program will host a Virtual Lunch Hour with Dr. Lydia Lawhon on February 3, 2022 from 12:00-12:45PM MT, with Instructor...

12pm
Virtual Event
Interdisciplinary Data Consult Hours

The Center for Research Data & Digital Scholarship (CRDDS) offers open, free consulting hours to support you and your data-intensive research needs and...

1pm
Virtual Event
How to Find an Internship

Employers say that internship experience is the number one reason they’ll hire one college graduate over another. Don’t know where to start or feeling stuck...

3pm
Virtual Event
How to Get Noticed: Resumes and Cover Letters

Want a great resume and attention-getting cover letter to catch the eye of a future employer? Join Career Services to review the basics and learn how to take...

3pm
Virtual Event
student working on a journal

This presentation is to help students get organized for the semester. Discussion includes how to organize course syllabi in a planner or phone and tips for...

3pm
Virtual Event
Speech bubbles with "Hello" in Tibetan

Tashi Delek! བཀྲ་ཤིས་བདེ་ལེགས།! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Tibetan Conversation Table, hosted by ALTEC and the Center of...

BFA General Assembly

Boulder Faculty Assembly monthly meeting. Faculty representatives and assembly liaisons recieve invites from the BFA office. Any campus faculty member who...

4pm
Virtual Event
"think about it thursday" in a talking bubble

Learn how to practice self-compassion and how you might benefit from this practice.

GPSG Meeting - Administration Team

Bi-weekly meeting with the President of Administration, Director of Data Analysis, and Director of Finance. Anyone is welcome to attend to listen or bring a...

4pm
Virtual Event
Guggenheim Building on CU Boulder campus

Come relax, connect, and enjoy some snacks with your fellow geographers. We'll also plan out some activities for the semester and mentors/mentees can connect.

Radio 1190 Volunteer Meetings

Radio 1190 is CU Boulder's very own independent radio station. This is a great event for just about anyone. It is laid back, some weeks we have a specific...

Open book and teacup

Join us for Japanese Reading Club on Thursdays this spring! All reading levels welcome.

Thursday Seminar

Every Thursday MCDB hosts a visiting scholar.

3 avatars sat in front of a big screen that shows a stand alone video camera/projector

Hosted by ALTEC over a period of three weeks, watch a different movie each day in its original language with English subtitles! The film screening will be...

Startups2Students

Do you want to find out where your talents plug in? Explore the exciting world of startups and entrepreneurship! Hear startups pitch their companies and...

5pm
Virtual Event
Gianna Englert: 'Two French Liberals on Commerce and Citizenship: Benjamin Constant and Alexis de Tocqueville'

Benjamin Constant (1767-1830) and Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-59) are recognized today as two of the central figures in the development of French liberalism...

Spring 2022 Virtual Language-Cultural Exchanges in Hakodate

Would you like to participate in English/Japanese language-cultural exchange sessions with Japanese people in Hakodate? Thursdays 6:30-7:30 p.m. (Jan. 27,...

6:30pm
Virtual Event
Guided Paint Class

Join your fellow art aficionados to create a work of art even the beginning painter can be proud of. The Center for Student Involvement is partnering with...

Karaoke Night

Do you sing in the car? Here's your chance to take your best rendition of “Purple Rain” or “Love Shack” to the people! Join us for night of great music and...

Williams Village North | Cocoa with the Cops

Join us in the first floor lobby as we enjoy cookies, cocoa and coffee with our CUPD RSOs and officers. Ask the questions about their job and how they...

Guest Recital: Bobby Watson Sextet

CU Boulder’s College of Music welcomes professional musicians from around the world in its series of guest artist recitals. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance...

Wind Symphony: Feb. 3, 2022

CU Boulder’s top wind, brass and percussion students perform a varied program of outstanding works for wind ensemble. Comprising the most outstanding wind,...

CU Events Center court

CU men's basketball takes on Oregon in the CU Events Center,

Thursday, February 3