undergraduate students at a workshop

Attend the UROP best practices colloquium Sept. 28

Sept. 7, 2018

Faculty, instructors and staff are invited to explore innovative approaches to creating and sustaining campus cultures supportive of undergraduate research, scholarly and creative production.

President Donald Trump placed hand over heart with flag in background

Is President Trump a danger to the republic?

Sept. 7, 2018

In the Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy's event Sept. 13, Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy Stephen B. Presser will address the president's judicial philosophy.

Chautauqua Park trailhead sign

9 Things to Do This Weekend: Pridefest, comedy shows, more

Sept. 6, 2018

This weekend, check out the volleyball home opener, photography hike, American Football 101 workshop, the Buffalo Bicycle Classic, MCDB's department celebration, Boulder Pridefest and more.

Faculty members mingle at the inaugural Faculty Awards Celebration.

Faculty: Join the next SPACE gathering Sept. 11

Sept. 5, 2018

What is SPACE anyway? We sat down with Shelly Miller to learn more about the grassroots effort—a community-building series for faculty and instructors to gather and discuss topics they care about. Plan to attend!

Faculty chat at a RIO workshop

Get in on RIO workshops, offered through November

Sept. 5, 2018

October's sessions include a conversation with Terri Fiez, commercialization and partnering with industry, proposal budgeting 101 and finding funding. Register today.

Students pose for photo in Chile with Buff flag

Faculty: Learn how to take your students abroad at a Global Intensive workshop

Sept. 5, 2018

Incorporating a Global Intensive in your course is an extraordinary opportunity for students to learn in a real-life context while still getting a first-class CU Boulder education. Learn more.

A purple-colored Elephant Head plant native to Colorado freshwater

Poster series looks at life in Colorado's freshwater

Sept. 4, 2018

Curated by the CU Museum of Natural History to highlight the diversity of life in Colorado freshwaters, this traveling exhibit features photography of nearly 5 million native specimens.

Susan Jurow is cheered on with signs during a previous event.

Best Should Teach ceremony Sept. 6 to honor educators, teaching

Sept. 4, 2018

CU Boulder will recognize five faculty members, three K-12 teachers and many graduate student-teachers with awards at an upcoming event featuring Michael Puett, Harvard University, and guest speaker Polly McLean.

Bees scramble for the last of summer blooms at a community garden in Denver

CU is buzzing with Tour de Hive

Sept. 4, 2018

September is Pollinator Appreciation Month, and the CU Museum of Natural History and city of Boulder are teaming up to celebrate with a tour of one of the campus's pollinator gardens on Sept. 9.

Jupiter and four of its moons

Juno: An update on the mission to Jupiter

Sept. 4, 2018

Join Fran Bagenal Sept. 6 or 7 for a journey to Jupiter with NASA's Juno spacecraft, where you’ll learn new information on what this mission is telling us about our solar system's largest planet.

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