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.
In panels on Nov. 16, leaders will discuss first-hand experiences and reflect on the promise and challenges of private-public partnerships related to Colorado's economic and epidemiological responses to COVID-19.
Engage virtually on topics of inclusion in the classroom; anti-Asian racism and COVID-19; and putting purpose into your passion through "heartwork." There will also be a campus One Read discussion at CU Boulder's 31st Diversity and Inclusion Summit.