Wolf Law Building

Symposium to explore environmental law, policy under Trump administration

Feb. 23, 2018

On March 21, a diverse set of experts will address the consequences of new interpretations of environmental regulations and how tribal, state and local governments, as well as market forces, are responding.

Students work in small group

Join ComSciCon, the national science communication workshop for grad students

Feb. 19, 2018

Graduate students in science, technology, engineering, health, mathematics and related fields are encouraged to apply by March 1 for this sixth annual event June 14–16 in Boston.

Academic advisor meets with a student in her office

Take part in Advisor Day March 14

Feb. 19, 2018

The conference-style event is an opportunity for advisors and student-support professionals to participate in professional development, network and learn new strategies and techniques.

The opening procession of the 69th Conference on World Affairs in 2017.

Feminists, foodies and formerly incarcerated to headline 2018 Conference on World Affairs

Feb. 12, 2018

A former 'lost boy' of Sudan, the inaugural youth poet laureate of the U.S. and the CEO of 1% for the Planet will be part of a diverse speaker lineup at the Conference on World Affairs this spring.

Participants map out challenges with sticky notes at the fall 2017 summit

Diversity and Inclusion Summit continues to 'build the roadmap' Feb. 13

Feb. 7, 2018

Help advance the commitment to being a diverse and inclusive campus by attending the spring summit. The free campus event includes 30 informative, challenging and interactive sessions, as well as a "One Read" to inspire discussion.

Folsom Field on the CU Boulder campus

CU Athletics, Recreation Services hosting Inclusive Sports Summit Feb. 14–15

Feb. 7, 2018

Free and open to the public, the inaugural summit will cover social justice, LGBTQ, race and ethnicity, health and wellness, and careers in sports, including a variety of panelists.

Rebecca Rice, from NORESCO, spoke about the project background and even guided the sustainable building tour for attendees.

Attend the Front Range Eco-Social Solutions Conference Feb. 9–10

Feb. 2, 2018

This free two-day event, a gathering of sharing, learning and action, is designed to cultivate networks and cross-pollinate many environmental and social topics.

Students fill the campus on the first day back from winter break.

'New directions in higher education' the topic of conference Jan. 26–27

Jan. 24, 2018

The Graduate Teacher Program will bring speakers from the Front Range and beyond to discuss college pedagogy, academic professional development and employment opportunities.

Oil painting "The Great Day of His Wrath" by John Martin

Symposium to explore immense volcanic eruptions

Jan. 11, 2018

Free and open to the public, the Center for the Study of Origin's symposium Feb. 9–10 will explore consequences and resiliencies around volcanoes, in historical and religious contexts and beyond.

Women talk at Diversity and Inclusion Summit in the UMC

Attend the free Women's Leadership Symposium Jan. 31

Dec. 8, 2017

Created for women/woman-identified employees and students, this conference is an exploration of authentic and empowered leadership skills. Register by Jan. 12.

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