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Staying in Conversation About Race series continues in July and August

July 6, 2020

In each session, Associate Professor Donna Mejia and Ombuds Office Director Kirsi Aulin take a deeper dive. Discussion topics include listening meaningfully and wholeheartedly, questioning with courage and acting with integrity.

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Join 'staying in conversation about racism' on June 19

June 15, 2020

You may be wondering what you can do. Donna Mejia and Kirsi Aulin will talk through five elements you can engage with in this Zoom presentation hosted by the Ombuds Office.

Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser

Colorado Law talk June 2: Leadership in a time of crisis

May 15, 2020

In this talk, Phil Weiser will discuss the nature of challenges presented during the COVID-19 crisis and the lasting changes that will come of it. Weiser is the Colorado attorney general and a former dean of Colorado Law.

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Colorado climate webinar on April 7 to discuss decarbonization, energy, climate change

April 3, 2020

The Center for Science and Technology Policy Research is hosting the webinar "Power Dialog: Climate Solutions for Colorado"—mainly targeted to college and high school educators—on Tuesday, April 7.

Members of the Korey Wise Innocence Project and Colorado Law

Join the April 9 Colorado Law Talks session: Webinar on wrongful convictions

April 3, 2020

In this presentation, we’ll explore why wrongful convictions happen, how our system of appeals makes it difficult to correct these tragic mistakes, and what reforms might reduce their frequency.

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March 13: Campus leaders to hold virtual town hall addressing university impacts from the coronavirus

March 11, 2020

As CU Boulder closely monitors the evolving public health concern involving COVID-19, including the first presumptive positive case of a CU Boulder employee, campus emergency management leaders will host a virtual town hall.

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‘Music, Silence, and Nostalgia’ talk set for March 12

March 10, 2020

Jacqueline Avila⁠—a musicologist who works with film music and the intersections of cultural identity, tradition and modernity in the Hollywood and Mexican film industries⁠—will present, "Sombra's Soundscape: Music, Silence, and Nostalgia in Alonso Ruizpalacios's Güeros."

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Join the sustainable solutions pitch night on April 13

March 5, 2020

The CU President’s Office invites students to present their ideas for sustainable innovations and solutions in competition for cash prizes. Registration to compete in the event is open through March 9. Participants do not need an existing team or idea to register.

Norlin Library

Indigenous languages symposium to premiere additions to University Libraries collections

March 5, 2020

Celebrate Latin American indigenous languages by exploring new book collections, academic scholarship and music on March 19 at Norlin Library.

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CANCELED: Mission to touch the sun: A lecture on March 14

March 3, 2020

The CU on the Weekend lectures for the semester, including the upcoming lecture on March 14 by Assistant Professor David Malaspina, have been canceled as a result of the university's ongoing issues with COVID-19.

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