Panelists speak at a past Inclusive Sports Summit on campus

Registration now open for Inclusive Sports Summit Feb. 15

Jan. 13, 2023

CU Athletics and Recreation Services invite you to join the Inclusive Sports Summit. This year’s theme is legacy: honoring the past and creating the future of sport and recreation.

snowy UMC building

Staff Council to hold info sessions Jan. 18, Feb. 7

Jan. 12, 2023

With one in-person and one virtual session available, join and learn about what it means to be a CU Boulder Staff Council Representative.

Employees engage in a workshop on campus

Join the Supporting Student Resiliency series Feb. 9–23

Jan. 12, 2023

The Supporting Student Resiliency series provides faculty and staff concrete skills to better support students. Sessions focus on areas critical to student retention and success. Attend any individual session or receive a non-degree certificate when you attend all three.

Fresh fruits and veggies in a refrigerator

Nutrition for heart health⁠—A workshop Feb. 1

Jan. 12, 2023

Come learn about nutrition for heart health and the best ways to lower your risk of cardiovascular diseases in this virtual workshop presented by the Faculty & Staff Assistance Program.

A scene from the 2020 Martin Luther King Day celebration at CU Boulder

Commemorate MLK Day with community events Jan. 15–16

Jan. 12, 2023

This Martin Luther King Jr. Day, join your community for celebratory events in Boulder and Longmont, a family-friendly event at the Dairy Arts Center and a downtown-Denver march and parade.

Employee writing in notebook during a workshop

Are your goals working for you? Revisit in workshop Jan. 18

Jan. 11, 2023

Many of us make New Year's resolutions. Use this session to identify check points over the coming weeks that allow you to evaluate your progress and whether you need to adjust your goals as you see how they work for you.

Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at March on Washington

Spend the day on instead of off for MLK Day Jan. 16

Jan. 9, 2023

As part of CU in the Community, join the Center for African and African American Studies and the Volunteer Resource Center on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Head to downtown Denver and participate in a march and parade celebration. Food and transportation provided.

Old Main building covered in snow

Campus town hall set for Jan. 17

Jan. 9, 2023

Provost Russell Moore and Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke will kick off the spring semester with a town hall for faculty and staff, giving updates on the logistical, budgetary, health and wellness, and academic issues they expect during the spring semester. Graduate students in teaching roles are also welcome to attend.

Rubén Donato

Rubén Donato to deliver Distinguished Research Lecture Jan. 31

Jan. 6, 2023

All are invited to Professor Rubén Donato's in-person lecture “An Elusive Quest: Mexican American Resistance to School Segregation in the United States.” Donato is an American educational historian and specializes in the history of Mexican American education in the U.S.

Student helps set up a workshop with rainbow painted on a window

Mindset & Motivation for Health—A workshop Jan. 11

Jan. 6, 2023

This interactive workshop will help you identify your priorities and learn goal-setting tools so you can commit to activities that help you feel better.