Alexx Shilling, choreographer, and movement artist/ Photo Credit: Julia McGhee

Archive Transformed public presentations May 23

May 21, 2019

Join the 2019 Archive Transformed cohort for a presentation of their projects at Boulder Public Library. Archive Transformed is a first-of-its-kind artist-scholar collaborative residency.

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Canceled: Campus tree walk May 21

May 21, 2019

The annual Spring Color Tree Walk has been canceled due to inclement weather. Contact the CU Museum of Natural History if you'd like to be notified about future dates for tree walks.

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More than just camps: Minors on campus

May 15, 2019

May’s ethics and compliance education session will focus on the responsibilities of the campus community to protect minors while on campus. Join Youth Program Coordinator Tasha Abbott on Tuesday, May 28.

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CU Wizards: The Chemistry of Energy

May 14, 2019

Learn about all kinds of energy conversions, including how plants harvest sunlight, during this month's CU Wizards show May 18.

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Talk to explore exhibit on our country’s relationship with American Indians

May 7, 2019

How is it that Indians can be so present and so absent in American life? Join Cécile R. Ganteaume for a Curator’s Talk on the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indians’ exhibit May 14.

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Join the Staff Council speaker series May 23: Core competencies

May 3, 2019

Learn more from Merna Jacobsen, deputy chief Human Resources officer, and Mike Murray, director of strategic initiatives, about the new core competencies and how they align with the campus vision.


Join the May 1 LASP lecture on the GOLD mission: Invisible colors, waves, bubbles

April 29, 2019

In this presentation GOLD research scientist Katelynn Greer will provide an overview of the NASA GOLD mission science and examples of observations from early operations.

"Mother Waiting for Her Son" by Keith Dannemiller

Join a public lecture April 29: Medicine and morality in times of war

April 26, 2019

The Program in Jewish Studies is holding a public lecture with Professor Len Rubenstein and Zaher Sahloul, a medical doctor, reflecting on Nazi war crimes and how health professionals today continue to practice during times of war.

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May 2 panel to explore human-animal bond before death

April 26, 2019

The Center for Western Civilization & Thought Policy will host a panel of speakers focused on photojournalism and “Last Moments: Death and our Animal Companions” in an event that’s open to the public.

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Learn about the colorful glow of jellyfish with CU Wizards

April 16, 2019

Captivated by color and light? Join Professor Amy Palmer on April 20 to learn how scientists harness the glow of jellyfish to create tools that illuminate our understanding of diseases and cures—a family-friendly event.