The Great Awakening: How our thinking about technology fundamentally changed in 2017 and where we go from here.

Jan. 11, 2018

In the past few decades, the year-end tech discussion has focused on the year in gadgets – what the new releases were, and how much faster and better and filled with more bells and whistles they are. But 2017 was different – the discussion zoomed out and became much larger...

Impostor Syndrome: How I fight the feelings that I'm a fake

Dec. 19, 2017

2016 CWA speaker and CU alum, Bonnie Burton shares how you can defeat the inner killjoy that tells you you're a big phony.

Five Questions for Oak Thorne

Dec. 16, 2017

Dr. Thorne poses with a Kestrel, the smallest American falcon. The Thorne Nature Experience provides environmental experiences for children, including bird banding camps. Oak Thorne is a Boulder community member that has been volunteering with the Conference on World Affairs for 12 years, and first experienced the conference in 1955...

“Sport is a vehicle for social change”: Chris Mosier on transgender athletes

Dec. 7, 2017

CU’s Conference on World Affairs hosted Chris Mosier, a Nike -sponsored triathlete and the first transgender athlete to make a US men’s national sports team, on Tuesday night. He spoke in Wolf Law about his experiences as a transgender triathlete and as an advocate for transgender rights.

Joe Cirincione
Joe Cirincione makes appearance on Comedy Central's The President Show

Nov. 18, 2017

Nuclear disarmament advocate Joe Cirincione makes the case for staying in the Iran deal and tries to explain the president's own destructive power to him.