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How we train computers to identify patterns in space data

Nov. 20, 2020

On Dec. 2, Software Engineer Wendy Carande will discuss how machine learning is applied to the data collected at the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, or LASP.

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Is it time for a new Civil Rights Act? A talk Dec. 1

Nov. 18, 2020

Professor Suzette Malveaux will explore how the U.S. Supreme Court’s civil procedure jurisprudence has undermined access to justice and civil rights enforcement, and why a new civil rights law is necessary during this critical and tumultuous time.

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Let's talk about the recent election

Nov. 13, 2020

On Nov. 19, join the Political Science Club, hear from Assistant Professor Tamar Malloy and Professor Sven Steinmo, and let's discuss the 2020 election.

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What I learned from the toughest conversation I've had: A panel on Nov. 18

Nov. 11, 2020

Join the Center for Teaching & Learning virtually to pause, listen, and reflect on a conversation around connection, vulnerability and inclusivity in the unique Grounded Knowledge model of engagement.

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Want to have a better understanding of your internet set-up?

Nov. 9, 2020

Join representatives from the Office of Information Technology on Nov. 18 for a Home Networking 101 session, where you’ll learn about internet service providers, connection types, broadband speeds and more.

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Hip-hop, finances and CatTongues

Nov. 9, 2020

A new panel on Nov. 11 will feature three CU Boulder alumni discussing how they have translated their degrees into successful careers. From their experiences, learn how to kick-start your own innovative career journey.

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Nov. 6: New representations in education with Clayton Lewis

Nov. 3, 2020

The Leeds School of Business Teaching Excellence Committee invites you to a presentation by Professor Clayton Lewis. He'll address challenging concepts faced by faculty to present a framework for using representations to teach effectively.

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Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to give CU virtual talk

Nov. 2, 2020

Former Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, a passionate supporter for progressive environmental policy and national public education, will give a virtual talk to the CU community on Nov. 9.

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Back to the Future: Lessons for our emerging challenges from science fiction and history

Oct. 30, 2020

In this Nov. 12 live panel discussion with U.S. Congressman Joe Neguse, Brad Feld, science fiction author Blake Crouch and historian Patty Limerick, Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser will moderate an examination of the arc of the next 50 years.

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Colorado Law Talk on Nov. 11: Privacy at the margins

Oct. 28, 2020

Join Associate Professor Scott Skinner-Thompson, who will draw from his new book to explain how privacy can serve as a form of expressive resistance to government and corporate surveillance regimes.