Weekly Events

Graduate Student Forum (GSF)

The GSF provides a platform for students to present research ideas, practice presentations (job talks, conference presentations, etc.) and learn about other research in the department in an informal setting. This is a forum for CS graduate students only, unless otherwise indicated.

  • Time/Place: Wednesdays from 2-3 in DLC 1B70 (see calendar)
  • Format: The format of GSF will generally be short talks where students can receive feedback on their research ideas or just want to share interesting research. Students can also practice job talks or conference presentations, and practice their “elevator pitch.”
  • Sign-up: Please use the calendar in the sidebar to sign up for when you would like to present. There are appointment slots that you can use to select your preferred time and date for presenting. We will update this site to indicate the anticipated setup for each seminar.
  • Contact: cs-gradsoccomm@lists.colorado.edu

Tea Time

Working all the time is hard! Come play games and enjoy light refreshments with other CS graduate students.

  • Time/Place: Fridays 2-3 in ECOT 831 (see calendar)
  • Sign-up: Any CS graduate student is welcome, no sign-up necessary!
  • Contact: Ian Martiny ian.martiny@colorado.edu


Join us for a holiday meal to build community among graduate students and professors. In the past, a student or professor has opened their home for this event.

  • Time/Place: Generally a week or two before Thanksgiving.
  • Sign-up: We will update this site with a link to a sign-up sheet as the event approaches.
  • Contact: cs-gradsoccomm@lists.colorado.edu

Get in Touch! 

For general communication with CS graduate students, join us on Slack