Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Conversation April 4 to explore MLK’s radical vision for interracial democracy

March 30, 2022

Join Anthony Siracusa, senior director of inclusive culture, and Reiland Rabaka, professor of Africana studies and director of the Center for African and African American Studies, for a conversation about Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision on a day commemorating his legacy 54 years after his assassination.

Stephanie Toliver

Talk March 30 to explore impact of Black storytelling

March 29, 2022

The Center for African and African American Studies will host Assistant Professor Stephanie Toliver for a lecture exploring Black storytelling, Afrofuturism and “womanism’s” role in qualitative research. Toliver will guide attendees through understanding the impact of Black storytelling passed from generation to generation.

Child interacting with a project at the Engineering Expo

Explore amazing new inventions and technologies April 22

March 22, 2022

Everything CU Boulder engineering students learn culminates in capstone design projects presented at the annual Engineering Projects Expo. Campus community members, K-12 students and prospective CU engineers are encouraged to attend.

Children participating in a Shakespeare camp

Shakespeare camps: Kids, teens invited to study theater on campus

March 21, 2022

Unlock the magic of Shakespeare’s language with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s wildly popular summer acting programs: Camp Shakespeare (ages 9–18) and Shakespeare’s Sprites (ages 6–9).

A person watches a webinar on a laptop

PlayPosit training series available through mid-April

March 17, 2022

Do you teach with PlayPosit? The Office of Information Technolgy is hosting a series of interactive training sessions on using PlayPosit in new and innovative ways.

Boulder sunset

US representatives to hold bipartisan discussion on climate solutions April 14

March 17, 2022

Tune in for a moderated discussion about bipartisan climate solutions with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse of Colorado and John Curtis of Utah. Attendees may participate virtually or in person at the SEEC Auditorium.

Theatre & Dance building

‘The Current’: Dance works by faculty, guest artists on display April 7–10

March 17, 2022

From the micro-undulations of transnational fusion to the sweeping attack of contemporary dance, “The Current” brings vanguard artists of today’s dance scene to Boulder.

Audrey Zibelman

Electric grid expert to give energy lecture March 31

March 17, 2022

Audrey Zibelman of X, "the moonshot factory," will discuss the opportunities and challenges for governments, utilities, system operators, developers and customers of harnessing data to accelerate decarbonization policy with reliable affordable power.

Sunset at Farrand Field

Tree dedication March 31 to memorialize victims

March 16, 2022

A ceremonial planting will be held at the site of a new memorial tree in honor of the 10 community members who lost their lives in the 2021 shooting at King Soopers. The tree is a catalpa, a large shade tree that offers heart-shaped leaves, beautiful spring flowers and unique, persistent fruit.

Memorial wall outside the Table Mesa King Soopers

CMCI faculty member documents community rebuilding after 2021 King Soopers shooting

March 14, 2022

Photojournalist Ross Taylor spent months documenting community trauma and healing in Boulder after the 2021 King Soopers mass shooting. Taylor shares more about his project, “Boulder Strong: Still Strong, Remembering March 22,” which is on display at the Museum of Boulder now through April 10.