Venture into unmapped ideas in science, art, business, health, poetry and social science at TEDxMileHigh: Uncharted. Professor Kevin Krizek will explore the future of urban design in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
CU Athletics and Recreation Services are hosting the annual Inclusive Sports Summit on Wednesday, March 24, which will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation.
CWA will return virtually April 5–11 for its 73rd year. Among 29 events, the 2021 lineup will feature dialogue on a variety of topics including this year’s conference themes: racism in the U.S., healthcare and Generation Z.
Join the School of Education and an amazing lineup of educators—including Gerardo Muñoz, Colorado Teacher of the Year—for a Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC) teacher panel and facilitated affinity group conversations.
Explore how to advance equity with a focus on systems in this daylong summit including keynote talks, affinity spaces for participants and more. Sessions will delve into social justice themes including the impacts of COVID-19. The deadline to register is Feb. 2.
Members of the Federal Communications Commission and the Federal Trade Commission will join Phil Weiser, Colorado Attorney General and former Colorado Law dean, to discuss issues related to trustworthiness in tech.
The CU Boulder Conference for Student Success and Advising is an avenue for student success professionals across campus to build upon skills, gain knowledge, promote inclusivity and collaborate with one another.