This weekend brings career development workshops, a virtual challenge course, a CU Wizards webinar, streamed lectures on anti-racism in the classroom, “Taking Silicon Valley to the Moon” and more.
Friday, Sept. 25
10–10:30 a.m. Handshake
Interested in becoming a physician, dentist, nurse, physical therapist, physician assistant, pharmacist or other health professional? This small group session will answer the most common questions about health professions, help you understand the basic requirements (including prerequisite coursework) and introduce you to essential resources and services at CU to support your preparation. RSVP on Handshake.
In the presentation “Decolonizing the classroom, Rehumanizing the Neoliberal University,” Sam Bullington of the Center for Teaching & Learning will share specific strategies for breaking the colonial habits of identification and disconnection of students and giving them embodied experiences of other ways of being to begin to shift their consciousness and make them more available for deeper interventions into ongoing colonial agendas. Passcode needed to attend.
12:30–1:30 p.m. Zoom
Learn how to register for the virtual career fairs this semester, best practices for putting your best foot forward in employer chats and how to navigate Handshake.
7–7:45 p.m. Zoom
Think you have what it takes to complete the virtual challenge course? Try it out! Register here.
Saturday, Sept. 26
9:30 a.m. Zoom
This webinar will feature: "BOOM! The Physics of Sound & Music" featuring Professor Michael Dusbon. CU Wizards webinars are free public STEM educational webinars presented each month by CU professors. This show includes lively educational science demonstrations on science topics, audience participation and Q&A. Registration is required for this event.
7 p.m. YouTube
This Fiske Planetarium lecture series provides a great opportunity to hear from leading CU Boulder researchers. Join Professor Jack Burns as he discusses the future of human and robotic exploration of the Moon and beyond.
Sunday, Sept. 27
Available Sept. 25 Virtual screening room $5
Ginsburg was fiercely determined from an early age, and, in the late ’50s, was one of only nine women in a class of several hundred at Harvard Law School. When she graduated, no New York City law firm would hire her, because she was a woman—something they admitted openly. But Ginsburg's husband recognized her potential early on; the film is as much a romance about the two of them, and how they repeatedly fought for one another, as it is about the changing legal landscape.
There are numerous films available to screen with the International Film Series. See what's playing.