Inspired by The New York Times Modern Love— about relationships, feelings, betrayals and revelations, the Conference on World Affairs human condition program committee shares CU student stories of modern love in a series of video performances ending with a virtual discussion with CWA speaker and CU alum Ty Tashiro. Read more
Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Commercial Partner Gavriella Schuster and Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon Watts will deliver the keynote addresses at the 73rd University of Colorado Boulder Conference on World Affairs. Read more
The Conference on World Affairs is made possible by generous gifts from people like you. The CWA is pleased to be offering dozens of live, virtual sessions April 5-11, open to all without charge. We are two-thirds of the way toward our fundraising goal for this year, and need your support to achieve our aim. Please consider making a gift to the CWA today! Read more
The beloved Ebert Interruptus film series returns showcasing the film Lovers Rock, part of the Small Axe collection of films on Amazon Prime. The two-part series will take place Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11 from 7-9 p.m. MDT. Those that received confirmation via RSVP will participate via Zoom and the events will be livestreamed to YouTube. Read more
The 2021 conference will host 29 events in total: Seven performances and 22 panel discussions. The event will feature dialogue on a variety of topics including this year’s conference themes: racism in the U.S., health care and Generation Z. Read more
CWA welcomes applications for 2021 CWA board community member, CU faculty/staff and student positions. The CWA Board also invites nominations and self-nominations for the positions of 2021-22 CWA Community Outreach Chair and Community Program Chair. Applications are due by April 18. Read more
Your support of the CWA contributes to the realization of this unique Boulder tradition each year, and improves our ability to enhance the experience of our audience and that of our invited speakers and artists. During these uncertain times, support for programs like the CWA is appreciated more than ever.
The CWA Program Committee is composed of students and community members who volunteer their time to consider the crucial issues of the day, research candidates for CWA, and create exciting panels that will challenge our audiences. These committee members are truly the heart of the CWA, and we are thankful for their contributions.