Reiland Rabaka and CAAAS staff pose for a photo during a VIP donor event

African and African American studies center grand opening set for Feb. 1

Jan. 20, 2023

Save the date! The Center for African and African American Studies (CAAAS—also called “the Cause”) is inviting the community to its grand opening, which will include performances, speakers and more. Make your plan to register and attend.

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.

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.

Night sky above mountains in Silverthorne, Colorado

Marvel at the Colorado skies Dec. 18

Dec. 12, 2022

Join Fiske Planetarium to learn about the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year. Explore the brilliant winter constellations and learn what objects to look for with the naked eye, a pair of binoculars or a small telescope.

U.S. Capitol dome against gray sky. (Photo by Alejandro Barba on Unsplash)

Panel Dec. 3 to explore climate policy, how to bridge the political divide

Nov. 21, 2022

Part of the Engage Locally Series at the campus's global climate summit, join Rep. Joe Neguse and leading climate policy advocates in a discussion of how to achieve the climate policy that will bring real change to communities.

The 2021 Staff Appreciation Breakfast at the University of Colorado. (Photo by Casey A. Cass/University of Colorado)

Don't miss tomorrow's Staff Appreciation Breakfast

Nov. 21, 2022

Enjoy breakfast and social time Dec. 6, hosted and sponsored by Staff Council and the Office of the Chancellor. Bring your Buff OneCard (required for entrance) and consider donating supplies and nonperishable food items as part of the event.

A Kwanzaa centerpiece with candles and fruit.

Join the campus Kwanzaa celebration Dec. 1

Nov. 18, 2022

The Center for African & African American Studies' Kwanzaa celebration will be an opportunity to recognize the talents and contributions of the Black Buff community. It will also offer the larger community an opportunity to reflect on their contributions to Black communities over the past year and commit to action in the next year.

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Open house Nov. 30 to feature climate change research prior to summit

Nov. 14, 2022

At the interdisciplinary Research and Innovation for Climate Change Open House, which will help kick off the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit, visitors will be able to see scientific poster presentations, experience hands-on displays and network with others from across campus.

SpaceX's Polaris Dawn crew. Photo:  Polaris Program/John Kraus

Livestream with Polaris Dawn space crew Nov. 14

Nov. 11, 2022

You're invited to attend a livestream discussion with the Polaris Dawn crew: Sarah Gillis—a CU Boulder alumna—Jared Isaacman, Anna Menon and Scott Poteet. The crew will spend up to five days in orbit conducting research on human health and laser-based communications technology. The launch will include experiments from Professors Allie Anderson and Torin Clark.