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Tune in for family movie night, a showing of Brave Blue World

May 21, 2020

You’re invited to join us Monday, June 8, on YouTube Live for a virtual screening of Brave Blue World, hosted by the Water Engineering and Management Program at CU Boulder.

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Staff Council to host off-campus blood drive in mid-June

May 21, 2020

Join CU Boulder's Staff Council for CU Blood Drive Week June 15–20 at Vitalant’s Boulder and Westminster locations. All members of the campus community are welcome, including faculty, staff, students and families.

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Register to join a wellness seminar or support group in June

May 20, 2020

CU Boulder’s Faculty and Staff Assistance Program is offering weekly wellness seminars and support groups in June, focusing on mental and emotional well-being during challenging times.

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HR launches online learning opportunity for employee management, compliance

May 20, 2020

Human Resources is launching an online learning opportunity for the employee management and compliance essential course. Register today to begin or continue your supervisory journey at CU Boulder.

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Don’t miss the summer series for graduate students—starts June 3

May 20, 2020

Are you planning to be on the academic job market this application cycle or next? Do you want a thorough understanding of what the academic job dossier comprises? For these topics and more, join the summer series.

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Finding funding for your research

May 19, 2020

The Office of Postdoctoral Affairs and the Graduate School invite postdocs and graduate students to an informational session on May 28 where you'll learn how to identify funding using a variety of tools.

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Grad students: Join a writing retreat May 26–29

May 19, 2020

Are you a procrastinator who suffers from writing anxiety? Is writing leaving you in isolation? Join an online writing bootcamp that will provide time and a community to help you finish that final push on your writing before the summer term begins.

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So why won't you apologize? Ombuds Office presents this topic and more at its June series

May 18, 2020

The Ombuds Office will continue its "lunch and learns," with topics including coaching, conflict resolution, apologies, advisor/advisee relationships and negotiation strategies. The virtual events are free and open to students, faculty and staff.

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Join peer-to-peer discussions to further your efforts in creating inclusive cultures

May 15, 2020

This is it—the last week of NCWIT Conversations for Change: an online thought leadership series. Please join, and let’s make the most of it.

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Colorado Law talk June 2: Leadership in a time of crisis

May 15, 2020

In this talk, Phil Weiser will discuss the nature of challenges presented during the COVID-19 crisis and the lasting changes that will come of it. Weiser is the Colorado attorney general and a former dean of Colorado Law.

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