Events

Wednesday, February 1

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Deadline to Start Earning Work-Study

Deadline to Start Earning Work-Study this term

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Students are notified through their colorado.edu email account that their complimentary CeDiploma is available for download.

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Delivery to fall graduates with U.S. addresses should be complete by March 31; international delivery continues through April 28. See Graduation & Commencement.

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Diploma delivery window. Delivery to fall graduates with U.S. addresses should be complete by Mar. 31; international delivery continues through Apr. 28.

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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...

Master's Candidacy Application Preferred Deadline

​Master's students, especially Bachelor's-Accelerated Master's and dual degree students, should submit to the Graduate School a Candidacy Application for an...

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...

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BAM students planning to complete their bachelor’s degree this spring are also encouraged to apply to graduate by this date. See Pursue BAM or Concurrent...

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See Credits & Grading in the university catalog. (https://catalog.colorado.edu/undergraduate/credits-grading).

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

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From Jan. 4 through Feb. 1, continuing students are required to pay a $200 withdrawal fee if they drop all Main Campus classes. Students who withdraw on or...

Swipe it Forward

Donate a meal swipe to a fellow Buff in need! We are collecting meal swipe donations to fight food insecurity on campus. Jan. 31–Feb. 2, anyone with a meal...

MS Mechanical Engineering Virtual Information Session

Are you thinking about attending CU Boulder to earn an MS in Mechanical Engineering? Have some questions about the admission process that you haven’t gotten...

8am
Virtual Event
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Enjoy free snacks to celebrate the start of the new semester! Hosted by Dean Keith Molenaar.

 AB Nexus Grant Info Session (VIRTUAL)

The AB Nexus is launching its Spring 2023 Research Collaboration Grant Program. The goal of the grant program is to support interdisciplinary research...

9am
Virtual Event
Apple Engineering Networking Day

Network with engineers from Apple and learn more about their opportunities! Registration on Handshake is required.

Adobe Creative Cloud Working Group Meeting

This Working Group is the first step to forming either a Community of Inquiry or Community of Practice at CU Boulder that focuses on creative design software...

10am
Virtual Event
NEH Fellowship Categories & Requirements (VIRTUAL)

For faculty interested in applying for an NEH Fellowship, this webinar will provide an opportunity to consider the detailed categories and requirements. RIO...

10am
Virtual Event
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Join our CPT workshop for students with F-1 visa status to learn more about CPT eligibility requirements, the application timeline and request process.

11am
Virtual Event
Heavy Is The Head That Wears the Crown: Reasons Why My Hair is Magical and You Still Cannot Touch It

Has someone ever asked to touch your hair or even worse, stroked your illustrious strands without your permission? For Black folks, this is an every day...

11am
Virtual Event
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Who: Professor Ryan Webb, Department of Civil, Architectural and Construction Management, University of Wyoming Seminar Title: Extending the Vadose Zone:...

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Public lecture: Wednesday, Feb 1, 2023 11:15am-12:05pm MT, on Zoom “Occult Play in Japan” Dr. Laura Miller Ei’ichi Shibusawa-Seigo Arai Endowed...

11:15am
Virtual Event
Engaging in External Service Activities

This event is for early- and mid-career faculty. The panel will address the advantages and challenges of engaging external/professional service activities...

11:30am
Virtual Event
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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
Careers in Sustainability Panel: Upstarts and Startups

Four successful Natural and Organic entrepreneurs will be speaking with CESR staff and Leeds students about their careers in this space. Register here.

12pm
Virtual Event
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Questions are the prime driver of research because they are invitations to answers. Knowing the main questions to be addressed for a research project is...

12pm
Virtual Event
Heavy Is The Head That Wears the Crown: Reasons Why My Hair is Magical and You Still Cannot Touch It

In honor of Black History Month, join us for a conversation with Dr. Alana Simmons on Reasons Why My Hair is Magical and You Still Cannot Touch It. Has...

12pm
Virtual Event
Nutrition for Heart Health

Nutrition information can be confusing. We're here to help answer questions like: What is cholesterol? Should you avoid eggs to lower your cholesterol? Join...

12pm
Virtual Event
Show yourself some love

February is a month focused on love, so take this opportunity to engage in a self-compassion practice. Pre-recorded options will be available for download in...

12pm
Virtual Event
German Kaffeestunde

Herzlich willkommen! Join us to practice your listening and speaking skills at the German Kaffeestunde, hosted by ALTEC and the Germanic and Slavic Languages...

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Join our German conversation table, Kaffeestunde, for chats, coffee and cookies. All German language levels are welcome.

IPHY Colloquium: Lifecourse epidemiology and omics science: Merging two paradigms to advance metabolic disease prevention in youth

Wei Perng, Ph.D. Assistant Professor University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

End The Gap Webinar for Women

Here’s your chance to find out why women choose Leeds for their MBA or MS degree. Join us and meet our collaborative community of women at Leeds—including...

12:30pm
Virtual Event
Korean Conversation Table

안녕하세요! Join us to practice conversation in Korean and explore the Korean cultures at Korean Conversation Table this semester! Anyone in the CU community and...

Startups & Sandwiches

Startups & Sandwiches brings seasoned entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and tech leaders together with the best sandwiches the city of Boulder has to...

12:30pm
Wellness Wednesdays

Are you feeling the winter blues? Join us in building community and fostering connection by making friendship bracelets. Snacks and swag included!

Center for African and African American Studies Grand Opening

The Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS—also called “the Cause”) will open its doors to campus members and the community during this...

Colloquium:  Lightning Talks: Jen Stempien, Brad Markle, Carl Simpson

Jen Stempien CU Boulder Topic: Creative Chaos: POGIL Activities In-Class Brad Markle INSTAAR Topic: The pattern of Antarctic Temperature Change Carl...

Katharine Wilkinson posing with her book All We Can Save

Katharine Wilkinson, climate expert, author, strategist, and one of 15 “women who will save the world,” according to Time magazine, is coming to the...

Open book and teacup

Join us at The HIVE @ALTEC for Japanese Reading Club on Wednesdays at 4-5 p.m. this spring! All reading levels welcome. Contact: yukiko.asano@colorado.edu

Physics Colloquium, "Arrays of Individually-Controlled Molecules for Quantum Science"

Presented by: Kang-Kuen Ni, Department of Chemistry, Harvard University Host: Jun Ye, Ana Maria Rey Abstract: Advances in quantum manipulation of molecules...

6 EBoard students in group photo at Environmental Center

All are welcome to learn more and join the Environmental Board, a joint board of the CU Student Government (CUSG). The eboard helps CU students make the...

Desert Art Lab - The Desertification Cookbook: Revitalizing Desert Wasteland through Land Art

As part of DCMP's Visiting Artist Series, Matt Garcia and April Bojorquez, artists, educators and founders of desert ArtLab, transform “wasteland” into a...

GPSG Outreach Team Meeting

Weekly meeting with the President of Outreach, CUSG Co-Senators and Director of Legislative Affairs. Topics discussed generally include graduate and...

5pm
Virtual Event
Info Session - B2 Creative Residency Applications

The B2 Center for Media, Arts, and Performance is thrilled to announce our call for 2023/2024 Creative Residency Applications, open now through Feb....

Duane Physics building

The Society of Physics Students is a casual club designed to facilitate discussion about physics, build relationships, and enjoy games/food with like minded...

Zen Meditation

Interested in learning to meditate? Looking to unwind at the end of a busy day? Already have a practice and hoping to find others who share your passion for...

Lifeguard

This 32-hour course includes all the necessary Lifeguard Training material from the American Red Cross including certification in CPR for the professional...

THE HOLLY movie poster

Director Julian Rubinstein and film subject Terrance Roberts in person! In partnership with Women & Gender Studies, CU Law School, and The Department of...

CU Boulder SoundWorks: Garden Odysseys

CU Boulder SoundWorks (formerly Pendulum New Music) is thrilled to present "Garden Odysseys," an introspective evening featuring contemporary works in...

LASP Public Lecture: What do you mean the Sun is hairy?  Exploring solar spicules, what they are, and how we find them.

Did you know the Sun has hairs? Well, they’re not actually hairs, but they look like them. Solar spicules are thread-like features that stick out from the...

Wednesday, February 1