Environmental Design students at CU Boulder partnered with Firefly Handmade Market to exhibit and sell sustainable products that tell a larger story about the need for action now to fight climate change.
Part of the Engage Locally Series at the campus's global climate summit, join Rep. Joe Neguse and leading climate policy advocates in a discussion of how to achieve the climate policy that will bring real change to communities.
There's one more chance to see Ralphie run at spectacular Folsom Field this season as the Colorado Buffaloes take on the Utah Utes on senior day. To give thanks for another season of incredible support, CU Boulder Athletics is offering $10 tickets to faculty and staff.
Enjoy breakfast and social time Dec. 6, hosted and sponsored by Staff Council and the Office of the Chancellor. Bring your Buff OneCard (required for entrance) and consider donating supplies and nonperishable food items as part of the event.
The Center for African & African American Studies' Kwanzaa celebration will be an opportunity to recognize the talents and contributions of the Black Buff community. It will also offer the larger community an opportunity to reflect on their contributions to Black communities over the past year and commit to action in the next year.
In this Faculty Affairs professional development workshop, hear from panelists about balancing teaching with scholarly research, and their own experiences, followed by an open discussion and time for questions.
Here's a preview of what to expect at the Business Economic Outlook Forum, in its 58th year, in Denver. The Leeds School of Business event provides a forecast for the following year of Colorado's economy by sector.