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Experts to discuss time period leading up to a 'habitable solar system' Oct. 12

Oct. 6, 2017

For millenia, the origin of life has been a topic of fascination, debate and investigation. Leading thinkers in the field will synthesize what we know, don't know and where we're headed.Read more »
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A cosmic meditation on the nature of sound and space Oct. 13, 14

Oct. 6, 2017

Join composer and shakuhachi player Aidan Patrick Cook for a bold new performance experience. Sprawl out on a cushion and sink into a tableau of sound unlike anything you've heard.Read more »
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Conference to explore social implications of technological change

Oct. 6, 2017

Via this no-cost, open keynote and panel discussion Oct. 18, participants will consider how the telegraph parallels the modern rise of social networks and more.Read more »
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Grab a friend and sign up for CU's Ultimate Challenge

Oct. 5, 2017

Modeled after "The Amazing Race," this Oct. 21-22 event features mental and physical challenges created by former contestant and CU Boulder alumnus Floyd Pierce. The winning team gets $1,000.Read more »
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The future of Colorado's energy explored in upcoming talks

Oct. 5, 2017

Balancing energy resources, effectively communicating climate science and developing renewable technologies take center stage in this fall lecture series starting Oct. 14.Read more »
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Family Weekend events kick off Oct. 5

Oct. 4, 2017

Family Weekend brings nearly 4,000 new faces to campus each year. It's a great opportunity to visit with family at your campus home, attend presentations, tour the area, watch Buffs football and more. See the full schedule of events Oct. 5–8.Read more »
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GZA to speak on relationship between hip-hop, science Oct. 12

Oct. 4, 2017

Cultural Events Board is bringing Wu-Tang Clan founding member GZA to campus, a talented artist who also is a co-founder of the Science Genius educational program for students.Read more »
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Who is She? Judaism series to explore feminine divine presence

Oct. 4, 2017

SHE: Third Biannual Embodied Judaism Symposium will explore Shekhinah, a feminine divine presence, with public gatherings and multimedia exhibits Nov. 2. Advance registration required.Read more »
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Benefits orientations offer new employees a comprehensive overview

Oct. 4, 2017

Starting a new job can be overwhelming, but choosing a benefits package doesn't need to be. New Employee Benefits Orientations explain all of the options available to you.Read more »
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Expert to weigh 'godless politics' in public talk Oct. 11

Oct. 3, 2017

University of Notre Dame professor David Campbell, expert on religion, politics and civic engagement, will discuss the politics of secularism in the United States during his Oct. 11 lecture.Read more »

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