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.
Show love and support for a friend, loved one or mentor by making a card and celebrating International Women's Day—from noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Dennis Small Cultural Center. The event is free and open to all students, faculty and staff.
Panelists from various disciplines will discuss their career paths from graduate degree to professional. They will address how they used their degrees and training to prepare for their current positions, and any advice they can give to current graduate students. Plenty of time will be given for questions.
In this semester's Arts and Sciences Honors Program distinguished lecture series, CU professors Emmanuel David and Yumi Janairo Roth discuss their interdisciplinary project about the untold story of Filipino performers in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West.
The Conference on World Affairs will return in person with most sessions available via livestream online. One hundred diverse speakers and performers will participate in 125 panel discussions, performances and keynote events on the CU Boulder campus.
In this virtual skill building “lunch and learn” presented by Jenn Mahoney, learn where defensiveness comes from, explore what the likely triggers are, and discover a plan for how to disrupt it in the moment.