CU’s Health and Wellness Summit Oct. 12–15 is open to faculty, staff and students interested in learning more about the campus’s holistic approach, programs and services. View the event schedule with keynote speakers, and register today!
The Spectrum Policy Initiative Conference will invite over 20 experts to examine and map the frontiers of spectrum sharing in novel settings like outer space, in wireless engineering and in the ways that spectrum sharing could be encouraged and governed.
Because of COVID-19 health and safety concerns, in-person ScienceWriters2021 events at the CU Boulder and CU Anschutz campuses will be postponed to 2023. The conference is the nation's leading gathering for science communicators.
Join on Facebook to hear Jake Sally of Jadu and a cohort of leading experts from Google, Pixar and more as they discuss the future of entertainment. Part of the Conference on World Affaris at 7 p.m. April 8, this is free and open to all.
Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Commercial Partner Gavriella Schuster and Moms Demand Action Founder Shannon Watts will deliver keynote addresses at CU Boulder's 73rd Conference on World Affairs April 5–11.
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.