Experience an inspired future through the minds of CU's most innovative in a series of BuffTalks and interactive exhibits | Delight in alumni-produced beer and wine and making new connections | Revel in the acclaimed CU short film, The Light Shines On
Event begins: 5:30 p.m. Location: Sheraton Downtown Denver Cost: $25 per person Ticket includes unique food pairings with beer and wine crafted by CU Boulder alumni
Children (18 and under) and Students are free with valid ID
The future of CU Football is now and you can be among the first to hear from new Buffs football coach Mel Tucker at CU Boulder Next in Denver.
Join us for a unique Q&A opportunity with Coach Tucker during the pre-reception on Thursday, Jan. 31 at the Sheraton Downtown Denver.
Stronger Together: Undergrads and Nobel Laureate Tackle Cancer
Dr. Tom Cech
Nobel Prize Winner and Distinguished Professor
Not every university offers its students the opportunity to learn directly from a Nobel prize winner, but CU Boulder does. Hear firsthand what it's like to work in a lab with Dr. Cech, the first of five CU Boulder Nobel Laureates. You'll walk away wishing you were in school again and could join him in the lab.
Building a Better Business
Dr. Stefanie Johnson
Leeds Leadership Authority and Associate Professor
America's boardrooms are more often than not homogenous, yet it's clear that diversity sparks innovation. The Leeds School of Business is teaching the next generation of executives how to diversify leadership teams, but you can get the inside scoop with techniques you can build into your own hiring strategies right now to achieve equity at the top.
The Ales of Our Founding Fathers
Travis Rupp (MClass'10)
Beer Archaeologist and Classics Lecturer
Throughout his work, one thing has become clear to Travis Rupp: Beer production and consumption has been centralto the diet and nutrition of ancient cultures from Egypt to Rome, Finland to Peru and beyond. After researching and producing several Ales of Antiquity at Avery Brewing Company, Travis is turning his attention to America's Founding Fathers and learning how George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and others brewed beer.
Pocahontas and Moana Fist Fight in My Imagination
Dr. Christopher Bell (PhDComm'09)
Pixar Consultant and TED Speaker
Do characters in movies look like you, your neighbors or your co-workers? What about the books you read? Do they inspire your daughters or your sons? Race, gender and class all intersect with children's media and Dr. Bell will break it down, including how who tells the story influences what the characters look like and how the story is told.
Ending bullying and bias in schools
Dr. Liz Meyer (MEdu’97)
Bullying Expert and School of Education Associate Dean for Students
Bullying and harassment are prevalent issues in K-12 schools, but important issues of race, gender and sexuality often aren't addressed when attempting to reduce these incidents. With a decade worth of research and expertise, Dr. Meyer offers timely and tangible action steps for anyone interested in improving the climate of their school community.
Alumni Brewers & Vintner
At CU Boulder Next you will be able to sample beer and wine crafted by Forever Buffs from:
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