String orchestra performs in Grusin Hall

Concert March 30 to feature CU Wind Symphony, Boulder Altitude Directive

March 14, 2022

Pendulum New Music invites you to its next performance featuring new music by CU Boulder composers—everything from chamber works inspired by the pastel colors of French Impressionism to funky brass fanfares and loud industrial marches.

Roy Parker

Roy Parker to deliver talk April 5 on ‘adventures with RNA’

March 11, 2022

The distinguished professor of biochemistry and director of the BioFrontiers Institute will deliver an in-person distinguished research lecture, “Adventures with RNA in Health and Disease.”

UMC fountain area

Spring Philanthropy Fling March 15: Fun and fundraising combined

March 10, 2022

Join the Alumni Association and Herd Leadership Council to celebrate Student Philanthropy Month. Stop by the UMC fountains from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. for food and games. No registration is required; a suggested donation of $5 is welcome at entry.

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Causes and consequences of groupthink in American universities—a lecture April 11

March 9, 2022

This talk focuses on ideological conformity in academia: where it comes from, which issues are especially sensitive and why it can be dangerous to enforce taboos around sensitive issues rather than encouraging different sides to openly debate them.

Old black-and-white photo of the engineering building on CU Boulder campus

CU alumni to share their stories March 31

March 7, 2022

CUnique Stories is an event in which storytellers—CU Boulder alumni—share stories about their CU experiences with current community members. Listen to stories about academics, personal growth, activities, activism, connecting with nature, friendships, community and more.

Gov. Jared Polis

Gov. Jared Polis to speak at graduation recognition ceremony

March 7, 2022

The University of Colorado Law School is pleased to announce Colorado Gov. Jared Polis will be the speaker for its graduation recognition ceremony, which will be held in person on May 6.

Coffee cup

Coffee and Conversations on Community Engagement March 17: Planning with partners

March 7, 2022

This spring, our series—designed for those interested in outreach and community-engaged research, teaching and creative work—will focus on partnership development: from reaching out to partners and solidifying equitable relationships to planning and achieving goals and assessing impact together.

Sheet music and a trumpet

Explore the history of women in jazz March 29

March 7, 2022

Women have been involved in jazz since the early 1920s, not just as vocalists but as instrumentalists, composers and arrangers. An understanding of jazz would not be complete without highlighting the influence and contributions of women—such as Bessie Smith, Valaida Snow, Mildred Bailey, Mary Lou Williams, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Sarah Vaughn.

Students studying on campus

March 29 Student Tech Share to explore productivity

March 7, 2022

As end-of-semester deadlines approach, we want to get as much as we can out of our study time. How can technology help us work smarter? Stop by to chat with other CU students about platforms we can use to boost our efficiency when time seems scarce.

View of outdoors from inside a camping tent

Talk March 12 to explore camping grounds—public nature in American history

March 7, 2022

A closer look at recreational camping reveals how its history and meanings are far from obvious. In the next CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Phoebe Young will explore its unexpected and interwoven histories.

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