Melissa Padilla and Oscar Cornejo

University Libraries 'Change the Subject' with film screening

July 12, 2019

The public is invited to attend a screening of “Change the Subject” — a new documentary film about labels, libraries and activism from a group of former Dartmouth College students committed to advancing the rights of undocumented peoples.

CU Wizards show

CU Wizards presents ‘The Games of Drones’

June 14, 2019

On June 22, join Aerospace Engineering Professor Brian Argrow for a demonstration of unmanned aircraft design, high-speed aerodynamics and gas dynamics.

Brown-bag lunch, notebook, pen and an orange

Export compliance: The essentials of university export controls

June 14, 2019

Join the June 24 ethics and compliance education session to learn what export controls are, what they are not and what compliance means as a member of the CU Boulder community.

Person writing in notebook

CU Discover lunch and learn June 21: Making excellence inclusive

June 13, 2019

As part of the year-long onboarding program, new employees in their first 12–18 months of employment are invited to learn how the university is taking action to create a welcoming, inclusive campus.

Milky Way over a lake, trees and mountains

Bringing back dark skies: The new Boulder lighting ordinance

June 11, 2019

Have you seen the Milky Way lately? Join Fiske Planetarium June 12 to learn why dark skies matter and how the newly implemented Boulder Outdoor Lighting Ordinance will benefit the community.

MRI on screen

An evening with ‘Pain Brain’: New perspectives on chronic pain

June 11, 2019

Tonight, June 11, learn about groundbreaking research on a new treatment for chronic pain, requiring no drugs or surgery, and lend support to the documentary film-in-progress, “Pain Brain.”

Illustration of astronaut, space station, green grass and trees, solar panels

Science for the people, a lecture June 6

June 4, 2019

Come to Fiske Planetarium to learn about an inclusive vision for science, one in which all people can participate in—and benefit from—humanity’s quest to make sense of the world we live in.

Planets in space

Researchers invited to national colloquium by NASA’s Thomas Zurbuchen

May 31, 2019

Thinking about being a PI or joining a proposal team? The associate administrator for NASA's Science Mission Directorate will discuss writing successful mission proposals and more June 5.

Campus community member walks by spring blossoms on a tree at Norlin Quad, April 2017

Campus tree walk rescheduled for June 10

May 29, 2019

Experience the beauty of campus while staff share the distinctive characteristics and historical significance of CU’s trees during the free Spring Color Tree Walk, rescheduled due to inclement weather in May.

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.