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Open house Nov. 30 to feature climate change research prior to summit

Nov. 14, 2022

At the interdisciplinary Research and Innovation for Climate Change Open House, which will help kick off the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit, visitors will be able to see scientific poster presentations, experience hands-on displays and network with others from across campus.

SpaceX's Polaris Dawn crew. Photo:  Polaris Program/John Kraus

Livestream with Polaris Dawn space crew Nov. 14

Nov. 11, 2022

You're invited to attend a livestream discussion with the Polaris Dawn crew: Sarah Gillis—a CU Boulder alumna—Jared Isaacman, Anna Menon and Scott Poteet. The crew will spend up to five days in orbit conducting research on human health and laser-based communications technology. The launch will include experiments from Professors Allie Anderson and Torin Clark.

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Warming up to world premiere, Kedrick Armstrong to conduct 'Sinfonietta' Nov. 16

Nov. 11, 2022

One of two CU students on The Washington Post’s “composers and performers to watch” list, Kedrick Armstrong will conduct the CU Symphony Orchestra’s performance of “Sinfonietta” on campus—this before the world premiere of “The Factotum” with the Lyric Opera of Chicago in February.

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Cancer: A result of accumulating cellular mistakes—A lecture Nov. 15

Nov. 11, 2022

Cancer is caused by cells from one’s own body that have lost proper control of their growth and division cycle, then acquired a propensity to move to places they don’t belong. Hear more from Distinguished Professor Richard McIntosh at a free lecture.

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Second Saturdays at the CU Art Museum

Nov. 10, 2022

Get creative with the CU Art Museum on the second Saturday of each month. Organizers will put together a different art-themed program each time, and the community is invited to drop in. Join, enjoy and even pick up a new skill—next session Dec. 10.

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Celebrate veterans during Nov. 11 Veterans Day ceremony

Nov. 8, 2022

CU Boulder will honor the nation's veterans, including CU Boulder's own student, staff and faculty veterans, with a Veterans Day ceremony in the University Memorial Center's Glenn Miller Ballroom.

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CU Boulder artist embodies resilience in wake of Marshall Fire

Nov. 8, 2022

Erin Hyunhee Kang, a CU Boulder master’s student, lost half of her home in the Marshall Fire. That misfortune informed her new exhibition “A Home In Between,” now at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art.

Dancers perform 'Odeon' on stage

‘Odeon’ finds common roots in diverse cultural cues

Nov. 7, 2022

“Odeon,” Ephrat Asherie Dance’s original work bound for Macky Auditorium Nov. 18, combines storied Afro-Brazilian rhythms and sounds with contemporary hip-hop, house, vogue and other choreography styles that are part of the current lexicon of street and club dancers in New York.

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Leading graphic novelist Alison Bechdel to speak Nov. 17

Nov. 7, 2022

Described as one of the most important graphic novelists working today, Bechdel is known for “Dykes to Watch Out For” and a famous test of gender representation in movies.

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New events during Dec. 1–4 summit focus on community impacts

Nov. 4, 2022

Organizers of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit have announced a range of community-focused events. The new Think Globally, Engage Locally Panel Series places the impact, obligations and solutions themes of the global summit into a national and local context.

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