Events

Friday, September 23

Takács Quartet (digital): Beethoven String Quartets

The Grammy-winning Takács Quartet has moved audiences and sold out halls at CU Boulder for more than three decades and counting. The group’s irresistible...

Takács Quartet (digital): September 2022

The Grammy-winning Takács Quartet has moved audiences and sold out halls at CU Boulder for more than three decades and counting. The group’s irresistible...

Progress Never Stops, Summer 2022

During summer 2022, students at various class levels enhanced their academic journey by continuing coursework with summer offerings. First-year students...

The pink, purple, and blue stripes of the bisexual pride flag with text in front reading: Celebrate Bisexuality Day.

September 23 is Celebrate Bisexuality Day! Stop by the Center for Inclusion and Social Change in C4C N320 as we celebrate our bisexual community at CU...

ECEE Seminar Series: Advances in Control of Photolithography Overlay Errors in Semiconductor Manufacturing, with Dragan Djurdjanovic

Abstract: Photolithography is considered by many to be the crucial step in semiconductor manufacturing via which desired patterns are successively...

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Alpine, CU's newest High Performance Computing system, is now fully operational and equivalent in computing power to the soon-to-be retired Summit system....

12pm
Virtual Event
Dennis Doyle

The Brakhage Center Luncheon Series provides space to celebrate artists who embrace experimental film. Refreshments will be provided! Dennis Doyle is an...

Careers in Sustainability Panel: Early Career

Allie James, Blair Simpson, Iffie Jennings, and Lily Burdick will be joining CESR staff to discuss their unique career journeys within sustainability....

ICS Colloquium: Brandon Booth, PhD, University of Colorado Boulder

Title: Machine Intelligence for Naturalistic Human Behavior and Experience Modeling Presenter: Brandon Booth, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Scientist,...

Two stacks of grey rocks.

You are invited to this weekly hybrid workshop to learn about a work of art and then participate in a related mindfulness practice. You are welcome to join...

Sacred Responses to Climate Change: Seeking common Ground

This inter-faith panel discussion focuses on sacred responses to environmental crisis. Panelists will discuss how religious ethics are shaping environmental...

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Tai chi is a popular Chinese martial art practiced for healthy living and meditation, deriving from defense training. Tai chi‘s theory and practice are...

soccer ball

Join us before kick off at the soccer stadium as we open PAC-12 conference play against Arizona State! We’ll have a tailgate set up, so come on out and cheer...

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Every Friday, our graduate students present the latest on their research. Meetings will be both in-person and livestreamed. Please contact us for details.

Martin Acres Block Party

Community members and students that are currently living on or considering a future home in the Martin Acres neighborhood are welcome to come to a free block...

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The B2 Center for Media, Arts, and Performance presents Posthuman Landscape Studies Posthuman Landscape Studies consists of a set of works spanning text,...

Stampede With ISSS

Who? All international students, scholars, and their dependents. What? We will walk to Pearl Street together for the home game Stampede. Wear comfortable...

Aerial photo of Boulder, CU Boulder campus and the Flatiron mountains

The face of space is changing and Colorado has emerged as a competitor in this rocketing arena! Against a backdrop of billionaires striving to realize their...

Extreme Bowling

Enjoy the fun of bowling with black lights, colored lane lights and color pins. It’s the ONLY Extreme Bowling you’ll find in Boulder – and it’s fun for...

[un]WRAP: Radical Reimagining

CU Dance invites you to kick off the season with international choreographers and performers in “Radical Reimagining,” a new dance series rooted in...

Program Council Friday Night Film Series

Join Program Council for a free movie on the big screen! Free popcorn! Sept. 23: Bros (special advance screening) Sept. 30: Nope Oct. 7: Halloween (2018)...

Logo for Sommers-Bausch Observatory with illustration of dome

Sommers-Bausch Observatory has been exploring the night sky since 1953. Let us show you the universe! The Open Houses are FREE and everyone is welcome....

Friday, September 23