A bird chows on bird food from a red dish.

New exhibit gives a look at what birds eat

May 23, 2018

Flock to the CU Museum of Natural History to learn how new digital technology allows researchers to better understand our fine feathered friends and what it literally means to "eat like a bird!"

ATLAS student

Prepare to be wowed at the ATLAS spring expo May 2

May 2, 2018

Pluck laser strings on a harp, enter a room-sized E. coli cell, or learn tai chi in virtual reality at an event showcasing the creative spirit, passion and technical wizardry of ATLAS students from 5 to 6:30 p.m. May 2.

University Libraries conservator examines a collection item

Happy Preservation Week from University Libraries

April 25, 2018

Check out the display at Norlin to see the tools conservationists use to repair maps, books and photographs, and learn how you can care for your own books and photos.

Person wears virtual reality goggles as part of engineering expo project

In CU Engineering's 125th year, senior capstone expo is going big

April 24, 2018

On April 27, more than 100 student teams will gather for a college-wide engineering expo, highlighting dozens of cutting-edge innovations in one huge celebration at Coors Events Center.

CU Boulder archivist Jane Thaler carries a box of CWA archives

After 70 years, archives chronicle CWA's journey

April 10, 2018

Through the Conference on World Affairs' original program, newspaper clippings, photographs, audio and videotapes, University Libraries has tracked 70 years of conversation.

Unearthed: Ancient Life in the Boulder Valley exhibit at Museum of Natural History

Visit amazing exhibits right on campus

Dec. 21, 2017

CU Boulder offers a variety of exhibitions open to the campus and community at no cost. Take a look to see what's on display.

'Hit the Bricks' LEGO exhibit at the CU Heritage Center

Did you know there's a LEGO model of the CU Boulder campus?

Dec. 19, 2017

Roughly 1 million LEGO bricks take the shape of CU Boulder in this free exhibit, featuring everything from Old Main to whimsical reflections of campus life and an Eye Spy scavenger hunt.

Martin Luther posts his 95 Theses, sparking the Protestant Reformation

Rare Protestant Reformation materials on view Nov. 27

Nov. 15, 2017

From a time 500 years ago that brought new ideas into religion, politics, economics and more, University Libraries is pleased to provide a glimpse of unique materials at a special event.

Woman sits unique circle table

Faculty exhibition to feature in-gallery conversations with the experts

Nov. 7, 2017

Join Jeanne Quinn, ceramics professor, and Melanie Yazzie, printmaking professor, at the CU Art Museum for casual in-gallery conversations about the "Faculty Exhibition: 2017."

pemberton illustration

CU Museum exhibit features botanical illustrations of cannabis

Sept. 8, 2017

The CU Museum of Natural History will debut "Cannabis: A Visual Perspective," a first-of-its-kind art installation of botanical illustrations of cannabis, on Friday, Sept. 8.

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