Spend three weeks studying Shakespeare’s work on site – in London! ENGL 3000 Shakespeare for Non-Majors fulfills UD Literature & Arts Core (3 credits). Experience Shakespeare’s plays in the context of their first performances and see some live at the Globe Theater. This program is directed by David Glimp and includes field trips to sites such as Windsor Castle and Shakespeare’s hometown. Come learn more on Monday, Nov. 12, 5-6 p.m. in Hellems 181.
Pitch Night for CU's New Venture Challenge is Nov. 13, at 5:30 p.m. in the Wittemyer Courtroom in Wolf Law. Come to pitch, watch pitches and make connections with teammates and mentors. Top pitches will win prizes! Sign up at http://cunvc.org.
The 2012 Diversity and Inclusion Summit Keynote Peggy McIntosh will share her new research “White Privilege: An Account to Spend,” which empowers readers to do something other than feel guilty about privilege.
A building dedicated to cutting-edge technology has been recognized for its cutting-edge sustainability features. CU-Boulder’s new addition to the JILA building has received a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) gold rating from the United States Green Building Council.
Learn about environmental education, nature-deficit disorder and how to make an impact in the local community! Teach for Sustainability is an internship run through the CU Environmental Center. Its mission is to promote environmental awareness and scientific achievement by focusing on children's personal connection to the Earth. There is an in class and teaching component, with the option to earn internship credit. The internship provides students the skills and tools to positively impact future generations.
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