short poem in a book of poetry

Help build a poem for National Poetry Month

April 5, 2022

Come to Norlin Library's east entrance April 12–13 to take part in a community poem writing activity. Take away a pocket poem and engage with librarians.

Wolf Law building

Looking back to move forward: Exploring the legacy of US slavery April 7–8

April 4, 2022

This year’s Rothgerber conference builds upon themes drawn from Colorado Law Dean Lolita Buckner Inniss’ book “The Princeton Fugitive Slave: The Trials of James Collins Johnson.” The event is co-sponsored by CU Boulder’s Center for African and African American Studies.

CASE building

Register now for the Reacting to the Past Conference in June

April 4, 2022

The Center for Teaching and Learning is planning a June 13–16 conference that will rejuvenate and encourage faculty in their pursuit of active learning through "reacting to the past."

clouds and mountains

Religious studies and reimagining the human in the climate crisis—a lecture April 14

April 1, 2022

Join an exhibit tour and keynote address focusing on the emerging field of religion and ecology. The lecture series honors the 50th anniversary of religious studies on campus and the opening of the sixth exhibit in the CU Legends series: “Becoming Less: The Journey of Robert Lester.”

symphonic band

Enjoy the Symphonic Band April 13

April 1, 2022

The Symphonic Band, which is composed of 70 of the finest wind, brass and percussion musicians on campus, performs a variety of works written for band.

TEDx speaker

TEDxCU to explore Breaking Boundaries April 2

April 1, 2022

TEDxCU is returning in person this season, when a slate of speakers will examine and challenge the self-imposed boundaries that often limit people.

Students walk along sidewalk lined with international flags during the Conference on World Affairs

Conference on World Affairs: Hello, student VIPs!

March 31, 2022

The Conference on World Affairs returns in person April 6–9, and this year, organizers have curated a student-specific series of programs focused on today’s top world issues. CU Boulder students don't need to register, and will be treated like VIPs with priority seating at this free conference.

keynote panel at the 2019 Conference on World Affairs

Conference on World Affairs: Make your plan for April 6–9

March 31, 2022

The full schedule of sessions is available. The free conference app is primed for downloading. Find your interests among more than 100 panel discussions, performances and keynote events, and plan to attend this renowned CU Boulder tradition, in person or virtually.

Community members line up outside Boulder Theater for the 2019 New Venture Challenge championships

Support student, faculty ventures at New Venture Challenge championships April 12

March 31, 2022

The season's top six student and faculty teams will pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges and a live audience for tens of thousands of dollars in prize money. Come and support the next big innovation at our first in-person championship event in two years.

Engineering Center

Meet the engineering dean finalists—public forums to begin April 5

March 30, 2022

The campus community is invited to participate in five public forums with the finalists for the dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science position on April 5, April 7, April 11, April 13 and April 18.