Events

Tuesday, January 24

An artist's paint brush and papers with red hearts to represent Valentine's Day.

At the CU Museum of Natural History, we love authentic things, which is why we will be hosting a DIY Valentine making station for CU students. Show you care...

Kick Off at The Rec

Find your fit | Reach your goals | Join a community Join us for free events and activities at the Main Student Recreation Center during Spring Kick-Off Jan....

Off-Campus Time Collection Due

All time information must be entered and approved in the CU Payroll system by noon on each time collection due date. Dates are subject to change, refer to...

Registrar

See Edit Your Class Options (www.colorado.edu/registrar/students/registration/register/edit).

Registrar

After this date, students who drop a class but remain enrolled in the session are required to pay 100 percent of tuition and fees (no refund), and a W grade...

Registrar

After this date, 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...

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Time to show up and write! Do you need a dedicated space to help you focus on your academic writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal...

8:30am
Stream Available
Crucial Conversations for Accountability

Building on the skills taught in Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue, Crucial Conversations for Accountability teaches a step-by-step process for...

9am
blue background with white text that reads Grad+ Endurance Seminar Series

This seminar series led by Leslie Blood, PhD, will consist of weekly one-hour check-ins to support goal setting, planning and provide a clear understanding...

9am
Virtual Event
Ana Pineda

Signup deadline: 13 January 2023. INSTAARs are invited to a professional workshop on “Mindful Scientific Writing” on Tuesday January 24th from 9am till...

blue background with white text that reads Grad+ Endurance Seminar Series

This seminar series led by Leslie Blood, PhD, will consist of weekly one-hour check-ins to support goal setting, planning and provide a clear understanding...

10am
Virtual Event
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New to CU Research Computing or are you interested in using Alpine, the PetaLibrary, or Blanca, but don't know where to start? This training is designed to...

Health Huts

E-cigarettes are popular these days, but is it all smoke show? Come test your knowledge on the risks of vaping. We will also have our e-cigarette take-back...

ATLAS Colloquium welcomes Ruhan Yang

Title: Inspiration from Traditional Chinese Crafts Abstract: This talk discusses the inspiration that can be found in traditional Chinese crafts, such as...

Engaged Arts and Humanities (EAH) Grad Student Scholars Application Information Session

Interested in growing your practice as an equity-oriented and community-engaged scholar and professional? The EAH Scholars Program helps graduate students...

12pm
Virtual Event
Fireside Chat with Noelle Seybert

The Ombuds Office invites you to join this informal and interactive discussion with Noelle Seybert, CU Boulder’s director of social media. Meet the woman...

12pm
Virtual Event
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CRDDS is here for you every Tuesday in person at the Norlin Library or via Zoom. You are welcome to drop in at E206 without a reservation but if you would...

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**This event has been cancelled** Free Lunchtime yin yoga in the CU Museum Treespace Gallery 12-1 Tuesdays Jan. 24 and Jan.31 Take a lunch hour break in...

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UROP’s Curiosity Lab virtual workshops are open to all undergraduates interested in exploring opportunities for experiential learning. All workshops are...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Directorate Meeting

INSTAAR Directorate meeting on Tuesday 2:00-3:30 p.m. Hybrid event, in person and on Zoom Location: Sievers Conference Room (SEEC S228) and Zoom Audience:...

DSCC Spring Welcome

Stop by to see how the DSCC can serve as a resource for you! The Dennis Small Cultural Center works to be a safe space for students and provide cultural and...

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...

3:30pm
Virtual Event
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Every Tuesday, our graduate students present the latest on their research. Please contact us for details.

Paris, France

Boost your resume, earn academic credit, and explore the world through a summer internship abroad! Join Education Abroad at the International Internships...

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こんにちは Kon’nichiwa! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the Japanese conversation table, hosted by ALTEC and the Asian Languages and...

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About the Lecture Why is so much public discourse unproductive and mean-spirited? One reason is that people grandstand: we use discussions about morality...

Pre-Law Tuesday Talks

Weekly talks from lawyers, law schools and judges across the country giving pre-law students insight from their experience. This week, hear from Lauren...

5:30pm
Virtual Event
Silicon Flatirons Presents Startup Variety Show

Silicon Flatirons is proud to present the spring series of the Startup Variety Show! The Startup Variety Show will stitch together different components of...

TEDxCU: Student Voices Public Speaking Competition

Join us for our inaugural Student Voices public speaking competition to hear seven ideas worth spreading. Students from the University of Colorado Boulder...

NPHC Meet and Greet

Join representatives and members from the National Pan-Hellenic Council at the NPHC Meet and Greet! The National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), commonly known...

Faculty Tuesdays: Music of Memory and Hope

Pianist David Korevaar performs Robert Schumann’s "Arabesque," Johannes Brahms’s Klavierstücke Op. 118 and Franz Schubert’s Sonata in G Major. This program...

Tuesday, January 24