The buffalo statue at CASE in the snow, with the flatirons in the background

Feb. 23: David Brooks to talk leadership, centering relationships and building trust

Jan. 26, 2021

David Brooks will be the fifth speaker in CU Boulder’s Leo Hill Leadership Speaker Series. In his virtual talk, which is free and open to the public, the best-selling author and social commentator will share how all citizens can be leaders in repairing the country’s social fabric.

An academic advisor with a student

Join a conference on student success, advising Feb. 18

Jan. 26, 2021

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.

The 2018 Three Minute Thesis competition finals

Watch the Three Minute Thesis finale Feb. 16

Jan. 26, 2021

An 80,000 word PhD thesis would take nine hours to present. The time limit for competitors of the 3MT? Three minutes. Join the Graduate School for the final competition via Zoom.

A forest of pine trees

Let's talk professional, academic journeys with Professor Suzanne Simard

Jan. 25, 2021

Pioneering forest ecology professor Suzanne Simard will join the Center for Teaching & Learning on Jan. 29 for a virtual presentation, kicking off the CTL's Academic and Professional Pathways spring workshop series.

Emily Harrington

Legendary climber Emily Harrington to return for talk Jan. 28

Jan. 25, 2021

During a virtual spotlight conversation, Emily Harrington—a Forever Buff and the fourth woman ever to free-climb El Capitan in a day—will discuss her career as a professional athlete, her time at CU and how you can achieve your goals.

Globe showing map of United States

International affairs during the new presidential administration

Jan. 25, 2021

The Conference on World Affairs is hosting a three-day virtual event Jan. 25, 27 and 29 exploring how the U.S.’s international affairs might take shape in the new presidential administration.

Glenn Loury

Feb. 8: The problem of self-censorship in American public discourse

Jan. 22, 2021

Drawing on classical and contemporary texts, this lecture by Glenn Loury explores the logic of tacitly coerced conformity and applies that logic to a number of currently relevant cases.

A wolf howling

In Feb. 6 event, learn about coyotes, wolves and why their return matters

Jan. 22, 2021

Join us virtually on Feb. 6 for a CU on the Weekend lecture that focuses on efforts to remove coyotes and wolves, the impact on our landscape and how these species are making a comeback in the West.

Pika

Tune in: Short virtual plays bring science to life Jan. 21–24

Jan. 21, 2021

Four new short, science-based plays debut online this weekend, about everything from pikas and tsunamis to cannibalism.

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Interested in serving on Staff Council? Join an info session to learn more

Jan. 20, 2021

Are you ready to make a real difference on campus? On Jan. 28 or Feb. 9, come learn about what it means to be a CU Boulder Staff Council representative.

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