Due to the March 22 tragedy in Boulder, the March 23 episode of CU Boulder Where You Are: Exploring CU Boulder’s Counterculture through the Archives will be postponed until a later date.
Chancellor DiStefano will be joining the weekly Campus Q&A for the March 23 community discussion.
Further information will be distributed via email and social media as it becomes available.
The chancellor’s virtual outreach series, CU Boulder Where You Are: An Online Series Highlighting Teaching, Research and Innovation, will feature four episodes this spring on what a holistic approach to student wellness really means, why inclusion matters, the power of storytelling to shape our world, and how the scientific process can help us build cultural understanding.
The lunchtime series kicks off Tuesday, March 2.
Each episode will be produced in a talk show format with various experts. Some will be pre-recorded, but there will be ample time for real-time audience engagement around the topic. The series is free and open to the public. All events begin at noon.
Register for this spring's events
March 2: Be Well: Supporting the Whole Student, from Mental Health to Nutrition
Learn about CU Boulder’s innovations in student health and wellness, from on-campus relaxation pods, to virtual reality therapy, healthy food, and more.
- With Athletic Director Rick George, Associate Vice Chancellor of Health and Wellness Services Jennifer McDuffie, Associate Dean for Research Theresa Hernandez, Associate Athletic Director of Performance Nutrition Laura Anderson and Buffs Chef Carl Solomon.
March 9: Inclusion in Government, Business and Beyond
Hear from two of CU Boulder’s top experts in the realms of diversity and inclusion in business and in government.
- With Leeds School of Business professor Stefanie Johnson and Colorado School of Law professor Ming Hsu Chen.
March 16: Using the Process of Scientific Discovery to Bridge Cultures and Impact Humanity
Learn about the human connections forged in research collaborations and why those relationships matter when it comes to solving humanity’s biggest challenges.
- With astrophysical and planetary sciences professor and Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies David Brain and Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow and marine ecologist Mike Gil.
TBA: Exploring CU Boulder's Counterculture Through the Archives
Remember the 1960s and '70s? Guests in this episode reflect on those times at CU Boulder and beyond and discuss the power of stories to shape our understanding of each other and the world.
- With alumnus and creator and host of the award-winning podcast Hardcore History Dan Carlin; Heather Bowden, University Libraries rare and distinctive collections lead; and Dean of University Libraries Robert McDonald.
For those who register, additional reading suggestions and more supplemental materials related to the topic will be shared via email.
Information on the first season of CU Boulder Where You Are can be found on the season's page.
State, local, and campus COVID-19 health guidance was followed during the recording of the following events.