This spring, our series—designed for those interested in outreach and community-engaged research, teaching and creative work—will focus on partnership development: from reaching out to partners and solidifying equitable relationships to planning and achieving goals and assessing impact together.
As end-of-semester deadlines approach, we want to get as much as we can out of our study time. How can technology help us work smarter? Stop by to chat with other CU students about platforms we can use to boost our efficiency when time seems scarce.
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.
Mark your calendar for the climate (March 8), female founders (March 9) and cross-campus (March 14) prize nights of this season's New Venture Challenge. The NVC is a CU Boulder program and competition giving aspiring entrepreneurs the chance to build a startup through outstanding support and mentorship.
Are you responsible for hosting a recognition ceremony on campus? Join the in-person open house, where representatives from various campus organizations, as well as off-campus vendors, will be on hand to share helpful planning info. Register by Feb. 24.
The Center for the Study of the Prevention of Violence, Naropa University and the city of Boulder invite the community to create a ripple of hope, love and care that reminds us why it is good to be alive, to be human, to be here now.