Conor Brown in the Finnish woods.

College of Music joins worldwide celebration of Finland's birthday

Oct. 3, 2017

In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Finnish independence, the College of Music will highlight the music and folk traditions of the Nordic country in a series of concerts and faculty exchanges starting Oct. 24.Read more »
2017 State of the Map US in Boulder, Colorado

Calling all mappers: Join the OpenStreetMap conference Oct. 20–22

Oct. 3, 2017

Often called the Wikipedia of maps, OpenStreetMap is an open-source map of the world. The conference brings three days of talks, workshops, hacking, mapping parties and more to campus.Read more »
Adam Bradley teaches English class at Montbello High School

Increasing student success, motivation for all students

Oct. 2, 2017

Saundra Yancy McGuire, Director Emerita of the Center for Academic Success at Louisiana State University, will present workshops Oct. 16 and 17 focused on inclusive pedagogy.Read more »
Village Center Dining and Community Commons

Forward Food: The importance of sustainable dining

Sept. 29, 2017

If you're interested in learning about sustainable cooking practices or the professional food service industry, be sure to join the Oct. 4 Forward Food event.Read more »
Illustration of Kepler spacecraft

LASP lecture to discuss operating the Kepler Mission with students

Sept. 29, 2017

October marks the beginning of another season of LASP public lectures. On Oct. 4, Bill Possel presents "Out of this World! Operating the Kepler Mission with University Students."Read more »
Young professionals stand in circle with hands together at center

Be Woke, an interactive discussion on inclusion in the workplace, to be held Oct. 13

Sept. 29, 2017

Executives from Lyft, Comcast, Molson Coors and 5280 magazine will be on campus for an interactive discussion and networking event addressing diversity and inclusion in the workplace.Read more »
Clouds

If there's one God, why are there so many religions?

Sept. 29, 2017

The Center for Values and Social Policy in the Philosophy Department invites you to its Oct. 3 Think! Talk, addressing what philosophers call the problem of the diversity of revelations.Read more »
Garden produce harvested for the SEEC Cafe

SEEC celebrating new garden with ribbon-cutting Oct. 4

Sept. 29, 2017

Join the Sustainability, Energy and Environment Community for the grand opening of their new community garden, which will serve as a learning landscape and provide fresh food to the SEEC Café.Read more »
Mae C. Jemison

Astronaut, physician Mae Jemison to speak at CU Boulder in February

Sept. 28, 2017

The first woman of color to go into space and an icon of women's rights and civil rights, Mae Jemison will be the Leo Hill Distinguished Leadership Speaker Series guest for 2018.Read more »
Jonathan Templin

'From research to the classroom (and back),' a lecture Sept. 29

Sept. 27, 2017

Jonathan Templin, awarded the inaugural Robert L. Linn Memorial Lecture held alternately at CU Boulder and UCLA, will discuss bettering assessment practice and policy on Friday at Old Main.Read more »

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