Henderson Building, home of the CU Museum of Natural History

Henderson building celebrating 80 years on campus

Nov. 14, 2017

Happy birthday to the Henderson building, home of the CU Museum of Natural History. Join the celebratory event Nov. 16, marking 80 years since the museum building opened in 1937.Read more »
Students pose for photo at Grad Bash

Attention, seniors: Winter Grad Bash is Dec. 8

Nov. 13, 2017

Students graduating in December are invited to Winter Grad Bash. Get free food, drinks and a commemorative mug; plus, be entered to win a spot on the Young Alumni ski/boarding trip to Crested Butte in February.Read more »
Stock photo from Bonfils Blood Drive on campus

10 things to do this week: Nov. 13 edition

Nov. 13, 2017

This week brings the fall blood drive, men's basketball game vs. Denver, the last Crafternoon of the semester, "Justice League" screening, Fall Feast to Fight Hunger and more.Read more »
Student raises hand

Peer-to-peer registration session Nov. 13

Nov. 10, 2017

Are you a current student who'd like to learn more about navigating the new CU Boulder Class Search and enrolling in classes? Then stop by the Office of the Registrar's training on Monday.Read more »
Zoo lights

Get a sneak peek at Zoo Lights Nov. 26

Nov. 10, 2017

CU Night at Zoo Lights is among the Alumni Association's most anticipated events every year. Join us for a sneak peek at the Denver Zoo's holiday event without the typical holiday crowds.Read more »
CU women's volleyball

Faculty, staff: Get discounted tickets to CU volleyball games Nov. 17, 18

Nov. 10, 2017

Athletics is offering $3 tickets for the Faculty and Staff Appreciation Volleyball Games Nov. 17 and 18. Kids get in free, and there will be time for autographs after both games.Read more »
A faculty member, standing near a table and projector, appears to be teaching.

Inclusive Pedagogy Workshops Nov. 13, 14 to feature Kelly Mack

Nov. 9, 2017

Learn how national collaboration in STEM reform can benefit you professionally; what an initiative to increase diversity and equity in STEM means for your work; and how institutional models related to gender values in STEM can improve faculty career-life management at CU Boulder.Read more »
John Holdren speaks with President Obama in the White House

Former Obama science advisor to speak at CU Boulder Nov. 16

Nov. 9, 2017

John Holdren, President Barack Obama's science advisor for eight years, will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 16, to talk about the past and future of U.S. science and technology policy.Read more »
Gavel and law books image courtesy of www.weisspaarz.com

Do law professors really understand American law?

Nov. 9, 2017

On Nov. 16, listen in on a talk by Stephen Presser, a leading American legal historian and candidate for Visiting Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy 2018–19.Read more »
Lauren Harris leads HR training class for supervisors

Introducing the FanklinCovey suite of solutions

Nov. 9, 2017

There's still space available in the FranklinCovey professional development workshops, such as Leading at the Speed of Trust, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and more.Read more »

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