A map of 30th and Colorado

May 3: City to present on transportation projects near campus

April 29, 2018

Boulder is holding an on-campus open house to present results of the 30th and Colorado study, as well as to provide updates on underpasses on Foothills Parkway and at 30th and Colorado.Read more »
Boulder Chamber Orchestra

'May the 4th (Be With You)' performance highlights town-gown cultural partnership

April 28, 2018

The Boulder Chamber Orchestra will once again bring a special performance to Macky Auditorium, this time, in a concert titled "May the 4th (Be With You)" featuring the music of "Star Wars."Read more »
U.S. capitol building

The new normal: Conflict, polarization and incivility

April 27, 2018

Join the conversation May 2 about local, regional and national politics with political commentator Eric Sondermann and Center of the American West Faculty Director Patty Limerick.Read more »
Man raises hand in town hall meeting

Foundations of Excellence open forums set for May

April 27, 2018

Join Vice Provost Mary Kraus for open forums this coming month to hear about the preliminary recommendations for improving the first-year undergraduate student experience.Read more »
Band plays in Club 156 during UMC Fall Fest 2016

7 Things to Do This Weekend: Hockey for philanthropy, Club 156 show, more

April 26, 2018

This weekend, check out an NFL draft watch party, Acapalooza concert, the School of Education Graduate Studies Open House, an improv comedy show, a philanthropic hockey game and more.Read more »
Graduating Buffs pose for photobooth photo at Grad Bash 2017

Graduating? Celebrate with the Alumni Association on May 3

April 26, 2018

If you're graduating in May or August, you're invited to Grad Bash at the Koenig Alumni Center. This free celebration for the class of 2018 includes food, drinks, giveaways, music and more.Read more »
University Libraries conservator examines a collection item

Happy Preservation Week from University Libraries

April 25, 2018

Check out the display at Norlin to see the tools conservationists use to repair maps, books and photographs, and learn how you can care for your own books and photos.Read more »
Employees attend HR supervisor workshop

Work-life Win: Taking time for summer seminars

April 25, 2018

With topics based on emerging workplace trends and needs, seminars are offered on everything from nutrition for stress management to emotional intelligence.Read more »
Henderson building, which houses the CU Museum of Natural History

Intergenerational STEAM learning through storytelling

April 24, 2018

In this Learning in Informal Settings talk on May 1, Carrie Tzou will discuss Tech Tales, an NSF-funded project that invites families to tell their stories through robotics.Read more »
Two faculty members present an electrical light-based experiment.

Sink or swim: CU Wizards to explore the law of buoyancy

April 24, 2018

Why do icebergs float and bubbles always travel up? Join Professor Mathias Weber for a deep dive into Archimedes' principle at CU Wizards: Sink or Swim! on Saturday, April 28.Read more »

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