National Public Health Week is April 3–8. To celebrate and learn about public health efforts at CU Boulder, Health and Wellness Services and its partners have planned engaging activities for each day of the week.
Acupuncture can help with reducing stress, anxiety, burnout and more. Community acupuncture is practiced in a group rather than a one-on-one setting. Free for faculty, staff and students. First come, first served.
Shared Perspectives and Community Engagement, or SPACE, is organized by faculty from all different parts of campus and sponsors community-building events for faculty throughout the academic year. This month's gathering is co-sponsored by the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, and all faculty are welcome.
The Office of the Provost, the Boulder Faculty Assembly and Women & Gender Studies are honored to host Shirin Ebadi at CU Boulder, including a screening of the film Until We Are Free, written and directed by Dawn Engle.
Climate change got you down? Join Counseling and Psychiatric Services for an informal and confidential space to explore the effects of climate change and its impact on mental health—a series just for grad students. The first session is at 3:30 p.m. on March 1.
Faculty, staff and students are invited to join campus Chief Financial Officer Todd Haggerty and Executive Vice Provost for Academic Resource Management Ann Schmiesing for an overview of the CU Boulder budget, how it works and what’s proposed for fiscal year 2024.
For 24 hours, Forever Buffs will team up during the campus’s inaugural day of giving to support areas they value most. Donors will have the opportunity to support CU Boulder’s people, programs and trailblazing spirit through a number of featured funds.
Thousands of degrees will be awarded at commencement on May 11. The tradition-filled ceremony is designed for the campus community, families and friends to honor the remarkable graduates. Alumni who graduated during winter conferral in December of 2022 are invited to attend as well.
The University Libraries, Boulder Faculty Assembly and Research & Innovation Office are partnering to help researchers comply with public access policies in development by federal granting agencies—to be rolled out over the next couple years. Attend a listening session.