Event Calendar for Center for Academic Success and Engagement (CASE)

September 16 - October 16, 2019

Monday, September 16

Showcasing Student Learning and Engagement: ePortfolios as a metacognitive high impact practice

Facilitated by Andrea Feldman, Senior Instructor & ESL Coordinator, and Rolf Norgaard, Teaching Professor & Associate Director, Program for Writing and...

Tuesday, September 17

Buff Portal Workshops

Designed for Web Express site owners, you’ll have direct access to CU Boulder’s Web Express support and and a member of the Buff Portal project team to help...

European Solidarity, Globally

The European Union (EU), together with its Member States, is the largest provider of assistance in the world (around 56% of the total humanitarian and...

Writing for Publication: Expressing reasoning in writing

Facilitated by Tim Lyons, Instructor of The Program for Writing and Rhetoric. Writing for publication doesn’t differ in essentials from writing for any...

Wednesday, September 18

Wednesday Workshop: LinkedIn Tips

Career Services will guide students in creation of a strong LinkedIn profile and offer guidance on networking, internship/job hunting and more.

Doing It All: The first seven years

Facilitated by Myles Osborne, Associate Professor, History. This session with recently tenured professor Myles Osborne is about succeeding in the first...

Friday, September 20

Getting Started: Goals and Accountability

Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. This...

Monday, September 23

Inclusive Communities of Practice Session: Mindful Mentorship Best Practices

Today's topic: Mindful mentorship best practices Faculty, staff, and students across our CU Boulder community who are interested in making excellence...

How LISA Can Help You Assess Learning Goals

Facilitated by Eric Vance, Associate Professor, Applied Mathematics and Director of LISA, the Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Statistical Analysis. In this...

Tuesday, September 24

Economic Convergence and Divergence in the EU: Why and What Are the Implications?

The accession of the eastern European countries to the EU brought about one of the fastest convergences of middle-income countries in the world. Trade has...

Exploring the Potential for Object-Based Learning with Primary Sources in Special Collections & Archives

Facilitated by Dr. Nicole Jobin, Associate Director and Instructor, Sewall RAP and Dr. Susan Guinn-Chipman, Instruction and Exhibits Manager, Special...

Wednesday, September 25

Understanding and Addressing Student Mental Health Concerns in the Classroom

Facilitated by June Gruber, Assistant Professor, Psychology and Neuroscience. Challenges to student wellness on college campuses are a growing concern...

Thursday, September 26

Bonus Workshop: Resume Review and Career Fair Tips

Christine Mahoney will assist CMCI students in creating resumes that will attract employers’ attention, and offer tips on networking at the CMCI Fall Career...

Friday, September 27

Getting Started: Goals and Accountability

Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. This...

Monday, September 30

Professor Nergis Mavalvala: CUbit Quantum Seminar

With the generous support of The Caruso Foundation, CUbit presents Professor Nergis Mavalvala, MIT, who will speak on quantum science beginning at 4...

Tuesday, October 1

Communication in the Classroom

Facilitated by Tamara Meneghini-Stalker, Professor, Theatre & Dance. In this course you will hone your skills at using your voice and movement to improve...

Wednesday, October 2

Staff Council Awards and Staff Recognition Monthly Meeting

The Awards and Service Recognition Committee serves to expand campus awareness of individual’s or staff group achievements through various means of...

Wednesday Workshop: Resume Review and Career Fair Tips

Christine Mahoney will assist CMCI students in creating resumes that will attract employers’ attention, and offer tips on networking at the CMCI Fall Career...

Conversation and Coffee with Executive Vice Chancellor and COO Kelly Fox

Join Executive Vice Chancellor and COO Kelly Fox for the perfect blend of conversation on topics such as campus initiatives, operations and finance. The...

Time Management

Facilitated by Diane Sieber, Associate Professor, Herbst Program of Humanities in Engineering. This session will review strategies for setting long-term and...

Friday, October 4

Getting Started: Goals and Accountability

Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. This...

Guest Speaker: John Huston

The Newton Ledership Chair and Leo Hill Speaker Series is proud to host renowned polar explorer John Huston. Huston will speak to students about what is...

Monday, October 7

Inclusive Communities of Practice Session: Mindful Feedback for Students

Today's topic: Mindful feedback for students Faculty, staff, and students across our CU Boulder community who are interested in making excellence inclusive...

Academic Honesty in the Online Age

Facilitated by Clayton Lewis, Professor, Computer Science. Cheating is in the news at Stanford and Harvard. Stressed students are motivated to cheat, but...

Friday, October 11

Getting Started: Goals and Accountability

Graduate students face unique challenges when it comes to balancing multiple projects in addition to research, publishing, and teaching obligations. This...

Tuesday, October 15

Creating a Digital Presence

Facilitated by Chip Persons, Associate Professor of Theatre & Dance. This symposium will help instructors reveal their on-camera presence for recorded...

Wednesday, October 16

Writing for Publication: Expressing reasoning in writing

Facilitated by Tim Lyons, Instructor of The Program for Writing and Rhetoric. Writing for publication doesn’t differ in essentials from writing for any...