Professor Celeste Montoya

May 14: Presente! Latina legislative leadership in the Colorado General Assembly

May 4, 2022

During this CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Celeste Montoya will discuss her research on increasing Latina legislative leadership in the Colorado General Assembly from 1970 to 2020.

third-generation high-performance computing infrastructure

May 18 community event to kick off ‘alpine’ high-performance computing era

May 3, 2022

The celebratory event signals the official launch of CU Boulder’s third-generation high-performance computing infrastructure, which is provisioned and available to campus researchers immediately.

2018 commencement ceremony on Folsom Field

You’re invited: Honor CU Boulder’s newest graduates at commencement May 5

May 1, 2022

For the first time in three years, CU Boulder will have an in-person commencement ceremony, conferring more than 9,000 degrees and featuring CU Boulder alumnus and award-winning journalist Tom Costello.

Students pick up food from Alferd Packer Grill

Kick off finals week with Breakfast for Dinner

April 29, 2022

Relax, take a break and re-energize yourself from a hectic finals week with free food at Breakfast for Dinner, one of CU Boulder's favorite traditions. Stop by the UMC from 4 to 7 p.m. on May 2.

illustration of workplace

Join Coloradan Conversations May 18: The future of work

April 27, 2022

From Zoom fatigue to interpersonal trust, gain insight into shifting workplace dynamics. This free in-person/virtual discussion with CU faculty will challenge you to think differently about the ways we communicate and create.

Students enjoying the ATLAS Expo in 2019

Visit the ATLAS Expo April 28: 70-plus creative projects to surprise and delight

April 26, 2022

On hiatus for the last two years, this popular annual event is a richly varied showcase of projects by graduate and undergraduate engineering students studying creative technology and design.

Christopher Theofanidis

College of Music to welcome renowned composer for centennial anniversary celebration

April 25, 2022

In a delayed celebration of the College of Music’s 100th anniversary, the CU Symphony Orchestra will perform a specially commissioned work by renowned composer Christopher Theofanidis on April 26.

Graduate student workshop with Leslie Blood

Just for grad students: 2 workshops to try in April

April 22, 2022

All graduate students and postdocs are invited to an advanced planning workshop on April 26 or 28. Interested in pursuing a job outside of academia? Join a résumé and cover letter workshop on April 27.

People putting hands together in a circle

Finding joy in mixed company: A discussion April 26

April 21, 2022

Join Patty Limerick, of the Center of the American West and past Thompson Prize winner, and local author Jenny Shank for a lively discussion about how Shank’s writing career harmonizes with the mission of the center. “Mixed Company” has been named a finalist for the Colorado Book Awards.

View of a Superior, Colorado, neighborhood burned in the Marshall Fire

Guest speaker to address entrepreneurship and natural disaster response April 22

April 21, 2022

In the wake of the Marshall Fire, the Leeds School of Business is sponsoring a public seminar with dynamic scholar Trent Williams on entrepreneurial responses to natural disasters. Get free parking via the QR code.

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