Hale Science

Hale Science, named for Horace M. Hale, former regent and second president of the university, was the first science building on campus. In one of the best examples of historic preservation combined with improving functionality, the beautiful quarter-sawn oak woodwork was restored and the building was made fully accessible. It now houses the Department of Anthropology.

1350 Pleasant Drive, Boulder, CO 80309

Place Type

Academic

Upcoming Events

Larry Temkin and Jason Brennan on Capitalism: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

The Western Civ Dialogue Series presents: What's good and bad about capitalism as we actually find it operating in the real world? Markets have liberated...

4/9 5:30pm
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA): Banquet

Come celebrate another fantastic semester. With special guest Andrew Hudson, great food and fun awards, you won't want to miss the final PRSSA event of the...

4/10 6pm
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA): Elections

It's that time of the year again! PRSSA executive board is a great way to gain valuable leadership experience while working alongside your peers. Whether...

4/10 6pm
Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA): Banquet

Come celebrate another fantastic semester. With special guest Andrew Hudson, great food and fun awards, you won't want to miss the final PRSSA event of the...

4/24 6pm

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R Berman

R Berman left a negative review 1/15/2019

Milikh persented a lot of quotes from the Federalist Papers which had nothing to do with Trump or Trumps actions. He was just another Heritage Foundation Trump apologist. Any excuse to cut taxes for the rich and disenfranchise the rest of us. Poor choice to invite.

R Berman

R Berman left a positive review 10/30/2018

Fascinating

Michael J Waggoner

Michael J Waggoner left a positive review 9/12/2018

I was unable to attend. When I tried to register abut 3 pm yesterday, the web site said that sales had ended (I might not have the exact words). I would very much have liked to attend. Based on the speaker's reputation and other works, I would expect it to have been great.