Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park’s first openly lesbian superintendent visits Boulder at Conference on World Affairs

April 16, 2017

The first openly lesbian superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park, Chris Lehnertz, came to CU Boulder on Friday. She talked about the future of the National Park Service and her role in fixing ongoing sexual harassment issues in the organization.Read more »
Vertovec

Panelists discuss nationalism in Trump era, and its flaws, at Conference on World Affairs

April 13, 2017

Electoral

Panel asks: ‘Is it time to dump the Electoral College?’ at Conference on World Affairs

April 13, 2017

Empathy

Importance of exercising empathy discussed at Conference on World Affairs

April 13, 2017

Room

Role of whistleblowers in society is important, say panelists at Conference on World Affairs

April 13, 2017

Borland

Stigma around mental health discussed during Conference on World Affairs panel

April 13, 2017

Borland

Former NFL linebacker talks concussions at Conference on World Affairs panel

April 11, 2017

Newman

Ex-NASA official tells CU conference, “We have to keep exploring”

April 11, 2017

Dava Newman launched the Conference on World Affairs into its first day.Read more »
Newman

Ex-NASA official at CU's Conference on World Affairs: 'We have to keep exploring'

April 10, 2017

Newman, former deputy administrator of NASA, spoke to a packed Macky Auditorium on the University of Colorado's Boulder campus on Monday morning, delivering the keynote speech that launched the Conference on World Affairs into its first day.Read more »
CWA

In the Know: How CWA enriches student life

April 7, 2017

Students often do not realize volunteering with the Conference of World Affairs (CWA) can impact their CU Boulder experience in many ways. In fact, simply attending a CWA panel can enrich student perspectives. Senior Soraya Latiff and sophomore Dante Pasionek have an insider’s view into the events of the week.Read more »

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