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Integrating refugees into local economies

Oct. 21, 2016

With 2,250 people resettled in Colorado in 2015, a Leeds School summit on Wednesday, Oct. 26 – which is free and open to the public – will examine how business schools, businesses, nonprofits, governments and others can help integrate refugees into local economies.

Emily Prehm from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Civil Rights talking with Colorado Law student Tessa DeVault (2013)

Everything you need to know about the upcoming law fair

Oct. 21, 2016

We've got you covered with 12 questions to ask law school representatives at the 2016 Colorado Law Fair! Plus, we've included a checklist for upcoming pre-law seniors.

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Intersections: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Research and Teaching symposium Nov. 11

Oct. 19, 2016

The CU Faculty Council committees on LGBTQ+ issues and Ethnic and Minority Affairs are co-hosting a collaborative, day-long symposium entitled "Intersections: Race, Gender, and Sexuality in Research and Teaching" on the CU Boulder campus on Friday, Nov. 11, in the University Memorial Center.

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Celebrating 40 years of the FLPMA

Oct. 17, 2016

The Federal Land Policy and Management Act turns 40 on Oct. 21. Join Colorado Law for a one-day conference featuring panels with top experts in the field discussing important aspects of the law and challenges facing public land managers.

Coding Immersion Workshop

Learn to code with CMCI's coding immersion workshop

Oct. 13, 2016

The College of Media, Communication and Information is hosting an immersive coding workshop for those interested in learning the building blocks of web design. This hands-on introductory workshop will last three days, Oct. 28 through 30, and costs $30 for CU students, $40 for non-students.

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CU Boulder group to discuss green economy at Latino conference

Oct. 10, 2016

A CU Boulder team will address Latino community involvement in green economies, which aim to reduce environmental impact and emphasize sustainable development, at the RISE Colorado Latino Business Conference in Longmont on Friday, Oct. 14. The event is free and open to the public.

Last chance to register for the COLTT Conference

July 26, 2016

COLTT Conference registration ends on Wednesday, July 27. Funding resources are available. Don't miss out on this premier regional conference sure to keep you on the cutting edge of educational technology.


App, evening sessions among new features of CU-Boulder’s Conference on World Affairs

March 30, 2016

The University of Colorado Boulder’s 68th annual Conference on World Affairs, a week of ideas and discussion on every topic imaginable, kicks off Monday. Among the day’s events are a noon plenary address by Robert Inglis on how free enterprise can solve climate change and the colorful flag procession at 6:30 p.m. on the Norlin Quadrangle. This year’s conference features 200 diverse panels, plenaries and performances. Student and community volunteers assembled the thought-provoking program, inviting speakers from around the world to this year’s event.

Tenth annual TRANSforming Gender Conference begins March 10

March 2, 2016

CU-Boulder’s TRANSforming Gender Conference is celebrating its tenth year. The Conference hosts national and local transgender, genderqueer, intersex, Two-Spirit activists and scholars to raise awareness of how we can celebrate the diversity of gender and sex.

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68th annual Conference on World Affairs 2016 speakers announced

Jan. 27, 2016

The University of Colorado Boulder’s 68th annual Conference on World Affairs will host a full complement of speakers from around the world April 4-8. This year’s program will feature a diverse collection of nearly 100 speakers, including musicians, scientists, activists, entrepreneurs, authors and more. Participants travel from locations across the globe including: the United Kingdom, the Philippines, Tanzania, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and Boston to list a few, aligning with the conference’s mission of “Bringing the World to Boulder.”