Lectures & Seminars

Harvard Professor Samuel Moyn

Panelists to discuss religion, human rights following 2016 election

March 27, 2017

In a time marked by populist movements, Brexit and the election of Donald Trump, how might the relationship between religion and human rights might change? On April 6, Harvard professor Samuel Moyn joins an interdisciplinary panel to discuss.Read more »
Attendees chat at previous Engaged Scientist session

Lecture and workshop to explore power, privilege in community-based research

March 27, 2017

April 6 marks the final event in the Engaged Scientist Series. "Science is Culture: Understanding Power & Privilege in Community-based Research" will feature a public lecture followed by a workshop for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars.Read more »
A view of the earth from space

Unprecedented imaging from the boundary between Earth and space

March 24, 2017

In this April 5 talk, Richard Eastes from the Florida Space Institute will discuss how measurements from NASA's GOLD mission will give scientists a new perspective on the Earth’s Thermosphere-Ionosphere system and the many potential effects of space weather.Read more »
CU Law Building

Lecture on international law and relations in the Trump Administration

March 24, 2017

Colorado Law is pleased to present the 60th Annual John R. Coen Lecture, "International Law and Relations in the Trump Administration," on Tuesday, April 4.Read more »
Professor Jackie Stevens

Public talk on Aurora immigration detention center lawsuit March 22

March 21, 2017

On Wednesday, Jackie Stevens will give a public talk titled "One Dollar Per Day: The Slaving Wages of Immigration Detention" in regard to her ongoing lawsuit against ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) for its exploitation of detainee labor at the GEO Aurora ICE processing center.Read more »
Brown bag, notebook, pen and an orange

Ethics and Compliance Brown Bag features internal monitoring, self-assessment

March 20, 2017

At the March 27 Ethics and Compliance Brown Bag session, Mark Meaney will discuss one of seven essential components of any ethics and compliance program: internal monitoring.Read more »
Vandana Shiva

Renowned activist, physicist to speak on eco-social justice

March 17, 2017

Vandana Shiva, a world-renowned policy expert, author, justice activist and trained nuclear and quantum physicist, will present "Eco-Social Justice on the Global Frontlines," March 22 at the Glen Miller Ballroom.Read more »
Man reads news on tablet

Journalists to discuss science communication in the era of 'fake news'

March 15, 2017

On March 17, BioFrontiers and CU Science Buffs will present "Telling Your Story: Science Communication in the Era of 'Fake News'" featuring veteran science journalists and science communication program directors Erika Check Hayden and Thomas Hayden.Read more »
Bonheur de Vivre, Henri Matisse, 1906 | Photo by Uri Jimenez Carrasco

Visiting scholar to lecture on French paintings of the 19th, 20th century

March 13, 2017

On March 22, Margaret Werth, associate professor of art history at the University of Delaware, will give a lecture on 19th- and 20th-century French art and visual culture as part of CU Boulder's Visiting Scholar Program.Read more »
Rick Hess

Hess to offer public dialogue on education reform March 16

March 13, 2017

On Thursday, March 16, the School of Education will host a public dialogue with Rick Hess, director of education policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, related to education reform.Read more »