A man standing on a glacier.

Listen to stories of climate change in the Arctic

Oct. 28, 2022

The Earth Sciences & Map Library will host a panel discussion where explorers, scientists and artists who’ve witnessed climate change in the Arctic will share their stories.

How to date a rock exhibit

You can now learn “How to Date a Rock” at the Earth Sciences & Map Library

Oct. 12, 2022

It’s the latest in a series of student-curated exhibitions hosted by the University Libraries this semester.

Rae Senarighi, the artist.

TRANScend Exhibit: A conversation with artist Rae Senarighi

April 5, 2022

The University Libraries will host a virtual conversation with Rae Senarighi, creator of the TRANScend Transgender Voices Art Exhibit on Wednesday, April 13. Check out the exhibit in the Norlin commons.

Man and woman pastoralists standing in front of camp

University Libraries to host ‘Nomads of the Tibetan Plateau and Himalaya’ exhibit

March 30, 2022

The exhibit will showcase approximately 30 photographs of Daniel Miller’s from over four decades of photographing Tibetan pastoralists across the Tibetan Plateau and Himalayas. Attend the opening reception to hear from the artist on Wednesday, April 13, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. in CBIS.

David Haberman

Haberman to give prestigious Lester Lecture on religion and ecology

March 18, 2022

The event will also observe the 50th anniversary of CU Boulder’s Department of Religious Studies and its founder, Robert Lester.

An image of ice from the exhibit.

Earth Sciences & Map Library to host ‘Sensing Ice: Explorations of Knowing Nature’ exhibit

Jan. 18, 2022

The exhibit invites viewers to contemplate the evolving human relationship with the ice on our planet.

Colorado governor Oliver H. Shoup ratifies the 19th amendment on December 12, 1919.

University Libraries celebrates centennial of 19th Amendment with event and online exhibit

Sept. 11, 2020

The ratification of the 19th Amendment on August 18, 1920, secured and protected women’s right to vote. To celebrate, the University Libraries, the League of Women Voters Boulder County and CU Boulder Women & Gender Studies Associate Professor Celeste Montoya will engage in a virtual panel discussion Tuesday, September 15...

Open access lock symbol

Imagining Open Access: Call for Projects

Sept. 3, 2020

We're seeking artistic or creative projects that explore the impact of Open Access (OA) publishing for knowledge seekers and knowledge providers. Submissions are eligible for prizes and will be showcased in an online gallery during October.

Women's March Photo

Special Collections Exhibit Recognizes Path To Women's Suffrage

Jan. 16, 2020

The new year marks the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment, in which women were guaranteed the constitutional right to vote. To commemorate this historic milestone, the University Libraries Special Collections has curated “On the March to Women’s Suffrage,” an exhibit featuring three centuries of women authors and activists who...

Elementary school students listen to bee in STEAM gallery

Elementary Students Document Change At Norlin Library

Nov. 5, 2019

Earlier this semester, third-grade students from University Hill Elementary School visited Norlin Library’s STEAM Gallery to participate in a community engagement event weaving together art and science in a variety of forms. At “Word Journeys: Scientific Poetry,” students rotated through four stations of bees and pollinators, flowers and plants, and...

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