Events

Friday, January 27

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....

NOW, THROUGH FEB. 23, 2023: Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English & Spanish)

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

Screening of "The Push" Documentary and Q&A Session

The Push is an inspiraional documentary that focuses on Grant Korgan, an adventure athlete and former nanoscientist who became the first spinal cord injured...

Clean Energy Project Finance Bootcamp: The Economics of Decarbonization

Differentiate yourself in hiring processes and jumpstart your career in the fast-growing clean energy sector. Students will leave this workshop having built...

Kathleen Belew

After the storming of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, commentators wondered about the shape of the militant right, both inside and beyond the GOP. Was...

Reinventing Yourself and Staying Relevant

This professional development workshop focuses on the importance of creating a unique niche in your department, which involves remaining flexible with and...

11am
Virtual Event
Pine cone on end of branch

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
Two piles of stacked, 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...

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Hosted by Jenny Guardado(Georgetown)

Applied Mathematics Colloquium - Kyle Luh

Kyle Luh, Department of Mathematics, University of Colorado Boulder Extreme Eigenvalues of a Random Laplacian Matrix The extreme eigenvalues of a random...

Rebecca Lave: Critical physical geography in practice: Our depth perception improves when we combine biophysical and social lenses

Rebecca Lave Professor of Geography, Indiana University Vice-President of the American Association of Geographers In Person: GUGG 205 Jan 27, 2023, 3:35...

MCDB Logo

Every Tuesday, our graduate students present the latest on their research. Please contact us for details.

PCCP Seminar: Meenakshi Singh  - Colorado School of Mines

Title - Investigating Quantum Speed Limits with Superconducting Qubits Abstract - The speed at which quantum entanglement between qubits with short range...

Historians Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders and Karen Cox

It’s been five years since the so-called Alt-Right became known to the general public with the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, which sought to...

TALK: U.S. Fascism and Neo-confederacy Today

A conversation, with historians Ashleigh Lawrence-Sanders (Assistant Professor of History, CU Boulder) and Karen Cox (Professor in History, University of...

Be You-nique: I am Being Me Workshop |  Locomotion

Get on board the locomotion train! We are always moving, but how do we optimize our movement? In this FREE Movement class you will learn the basics to move...

stylized text 'Extreme Bowling'

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

LGBTQ+ Allies Skate

Inclusive Rec and the Pride Office invite you to join us for a free LGBTQ+ and Allies Skate Night. Co-hosted with the Pride Office. All abilities are...

Program Council Friday Night Film Series

Join Program Council for a free movie on the big screen! Jan. 27: Knock at the Cabin (special advance screening) Feb. 3: Till Feb. 17: Black Panther:...

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, January 27