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Fall intensive designed for graduate students who teach

Aug. 4, 2020

Upcoming workshops Aug. 19–21 are designed help you teach at CU Boulder, begin your professional development in postsecondary education and explore non-academic job opportunities. While designed for graduate students, many of the sessions are applicable to new educators at CU Boulder.

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Upcoming webinars: Navigating campus health policies with students

Aug. 4, 2020

Instructors and staff are invited to join webinars this month to learn about having effective conversations with students about the campus health and safety policy and managing classroom and community expectations.

Molecular, cellular and developmental biology graduate student Quing Yang examines samples as part of the process of a rapid, portable saliva-based COVID-19 test able to return results in 45 minutes in the Sawyer lab at the Biofrontiers Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder . (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Webinar series to examine COVID-19 research solutions for campus

Aug. 3, 2020

Webinars Aug. 6–12 feature some of CU Boulder’s top researchers working side-by-side with the campus's exceptional operations experts. The series highlights how the most up-to-date research is shaping campus operations during the pandemic.

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Get in on upcoming academic technology trainings

Aug. 3, 2020

In the coming weeks, OIT is offering online training sessions for instructors using Canvas, iClicker Cloud, Proctorio, Digication ePortfolios, PlayPosit and Cidi Labs.

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Join the Getches-Wilkinson Center for conservation conversations

Aug. 3, 2020

Each webinar in this university coalition series will explore the best solutions to confront widespread environmental challenges, including wildfire management, urban green space, environmental justice and more.

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COVID-19, its effect on global leadership to be discussed at Aug. 6 town hall

July 31, 2020

Rep. Joe Neguse will be the featured speaker at a virtual town hall focusing on the effects of global affairs programs in Colorado, the effects of COVID-19 on them and the importance of staying engaged globally during the pandemic.

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Ombuds Office offering ‘lunch and learn’ on classroom management

July 31, 2020

Join Jerry Hauser, faculty ombuds, for tips on creating a positive classroom experience. Start the semester in the right direction and stay the course.

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Learn more from campus leadership at Staff Council forum Aug. 5

July 30, 2020

Staff members: Attend a forum with campus leadership to hear about the state of the campus, actions affecting personnel and more. Staff Council wants to help keep you in the know.

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Forever Buffs to spotlight alumni winemakers on Aug. 5

July 28, 2020

Connect with fellow Buffs and hear from Forever Buff winemakers during the virtual Forever Buffs Spotlight Wine Night.

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CU Boulder virtual housing expo to be held July 30

July 27, 2020

Off-Campus Housing and Neighborhood Relations will host a virtual housing expo on July 30 to connect campus community members who are looking for housing with available inventory and property managers.

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