Join the annual staff appreciation breakfast, hosted and sponsored by Staff Council and the Office of the Chancellor. The event will be held from 7 to 9 a.m. on Dec. 4—no formal program, just free breakfast!
The 45th annual Austin W. Scott Jr. Lecture will feature Professor Helen Norton discussing the uses and abuses of the government’s expressive powers through the lens of constitutional law. Register now.
If you read any of the stories in the CU One Read book, Sabrina & Corina, come join us for a discussion. The University Libraries and ODECE are offering two sessions at the Diversity & Inclusion Summit.
One way CU Boulder works to ensure individuals with disabilities and pregnant employees are supported in the workplace is through reasonable accommodations. Join the next Ethics & Compliance Education Series Nov. 18 to learn more.
The Faculty Teaching Excellence Program’s lineup for spring symposia have been announced. The topics range from enhancing learning motivation to addressing student mental health issues in the classroom, bringing research into the classroom and more.
Join us for this free CU on the Weekend lecture Nov. 16 as Assistant Professor Marcos Steuernagel analyzes how theater, dance and performance reflected and responded to the rise and fall of the Brazilian left.