A College of Arts and Sciences symposium—open to all—will focus on a range of topics, including navigating higher education systems while diagnosed with a disability, universal design in the classroom, disability etiquette, STEM access and more.
Join us for the sixth annual Health & Wellness Summit. This event is free and open to CU faculty, staff and students. Check out the Employee Wellness and Benefits Fair, Student Wellness Experience and a variety of engaging presentations.
Hundreds of science journalists and communicators from around the country will converge at the CU Boulder and Anschutz campuses to expand their skills, connect with colleagues and learn about cutting-edge research. ScienceWriters2023 conference registration is open, and student rates are available.
Hosted by the College of Media, Communication and Information, the conference will examine how to build local ecologies around technology to encourage stronger development and engagement, featuring a dozen distinguished speakers.
Vote on the best student sustainability solutions projects, provide feedback on the campus Climate Action Plan and take electric transportation for a spin at the 30th annual Campus Sustainability Summit.
Join the CU Boulder School of Education for Ed Talks, a series of short talks that address some of today's most pressing issues in education and beyond. Inspired by TED Talks, these Ed Talks will focus on the personal legacies of changemakers and the ongoing fight for civil rights.
Plan to drop in on the 75th Conference on World Affairs, where worldwide experts will offer a range of opinions and solutions to the global climate crisis in more than 25 panel sessions. Here are five sessions you definitely don't want to miss.
The 10th annual Cannabis & Psychedelic Symposium will take place virtually on April 15 and is free and open to the public. The event is dedicated to fostering education and activism on psychoactive substances and the cultures, policies, economics and medicinal applications surrounding them.
The 75th Conference on World Affairs will be held on campus April 12–14, bringing together worldwide experts to offer a range of opinions and solutions to the global climate crisis. Read through a list of free panels and programs, curated just for students.
Take the leap into a moment of quietness and listening. Remove your preconceived notions and let yourself plunge into new areas of thought, profound ideas and blissful experiences. Plan to attend TEDxCU. Tickets for students are free.