Previous Forever Buffs Spotlight Presenters
Thursday, September 30, 2021
Filmed from inside two of the most active therapeutic feeding centers in Yemen, film Hunger Ward documents two women health care workers fighting famine on the frontlines of a forgotten war. Documentary producer Michael Scheuerman (MTeleCom’95) joined fellow Buffs for a film screening and Q&A conversation.
Thursday, August 26, 2021
Curious about how Forever Buffs are making an impact across the globe? Three incredible Forever Buffs are making a difference abroad. Toni Christiansen (Educ’70), Maithreyi Gopalakrishnan (Engr’16) and Maggie Grout (Bus’21) shared their experiences as CU students, what they have accomplished by taking their passion for helping others abroad after CU and how their CU experience motivated them in their endeavors to improve lives in other countries.
Thursday, June 24, 2021
Career coach and author Nancy Fisher Wilhelms (Art’71) helps young people learn how to identify and follow their passions, find good mentors and trust in themselves throughout their career path. Hear her discuss her new book Yes! You Can Do It! The Young Woman’s Guide to Starting a Fulfilling Career and ask questions on how you can find a fulfilling career that brings you joy and adventure.
Monday, April 26, 2021
Music lovers and alumni from across the globe joined acclaimed violist and Grammy Award winner Richard O’Neill for an evening of music and conversation. An artist in residence at CU and the newest member of the internationally acclaimed Takács Quartet, Richard O’Neill’s talent has captivated audiences across the globe.
Whether they’re creating pathways for future engineers or making schools safer for LGBTQ+ youth, CU women are working across the country to positively impact humanity. Get inspired to celebrate their work and achievements in this special collection of videos highlighting distinguished CU alumnae.
Thursday, March 18, 2021
Our five distinguished panelists — Audrey Brianne (Engl’06), Katrina Journey (ChemEngr’05), Dr. La'Neice Littleton (EthnSt’09), Anthea Johnson (Comm'92) and Dr. Sasha Arbouet — spanned the gamut of profession and industry. During this virtual event, they discussed their experiences navigating their own mental health and wellness as Black women.