Porcelain doll face broken into pieces

CU Theatre stages Ibsen's timeless 'A Doll House'

Oct. 18, 2017

CU Boulder's wintry, thought-provoking production of Henrik Ibsen's iconic 19th-century play, directed by Roe Green Visiting Artist Ina Marlowe, runs Nov. 3–12.Read more »
Woman takes notes at informational session

Experts provide direction, how-to advice at Retirement Ready event

Oct. 18, 2017

On Nov. 13, get the tools you need to jump-start your retirement planning with Retirement Ready: A CU Financial Event, designed for employees within five years of retirement.Read more »
Sunset at the UMC

Your student government: Get to know the 2017 candidates

Oct. 17, 2017

Get to know your CU Student Government candidates Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Rep-at-Large Candidates Town Hall, featuring a meet-and-greet and mini panel.Read more »
Man parachutes to ground with American Flag

Conservative scholar talks nationalism, globalism in U.S. foreign policy Oct. 18

Oct. 16, 2017

Henry R. Nau, conservative scholar and former White House official for the Reagan administration, offers a constructive understanding of President Trump's foreign policy.Read more »
Students collaborate at the Idea Forge

Start your innovation journey with a week's worth of campus events

Oct. 16, 2017

Join CU Boulder's Innovation & Entrepreneurship Initiative for a week of events Oct. 16-20, including entrepreneurship and innovation fairs, workshops and pitch sessions.Read more »
Annual Artocade art car festival in Trinidad district

University conference to focus on building resilient, innovative communities

Oct. 13, 2017

Using robots to clear snow and creating community through neighborhood brew pubs are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Oct. 21 conference.Read more »
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Video: Join the chancellor's State of the Campus address Oct. 17

Oct. 12, 2017

Chancellor DiStefano invites the campus community to join him for updates on our strategic imperatives and a key announcement about how we will better serve our students.Read more »
Brown-bag lunch with an orange, notebook and pen

This month's ethics, compliance series to feature mentorship

Oct. 12, 2017

The Oct. 23 session of the Ethics and Compliance Education Series will feature best practices in mentoring and working with high school students in your research labs.Read more »
Man raises hand during town hall

Civic engagement the focus of campus dialogues

Oct. 12, 2017

Roudy Hildreth from CU Engage and David Meens from the Office for Outreach and Engagement will discuss the campus's civic action plan Oct. 19, the first in a series of discussions.Read more »
Participants sit at computers during Teach Access bootcamp

Bootcamp to cover inclusive experiences in technology, design classes

Oct. 12, 2017

Teach Access invites faculty to attend a bootcamp Nov. 14 free of cost. Discover examples and techniques to prepare your students to create inclusive experiences and innovative breakthroughs.Read more »

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