Arctic researchers with the Mosaic expedition

Tune in to the MOSAiC webinar series

Sept. 14, 2020

Learn more about virtual educational resources created around the epic MOSAiC Arctic climate research expedition and how you can integrate these resources into your teaching.

The cover of "For Women and Girls on Fire" by Tanaya Winder, director of CU Boulder Upward Bound

Art and social justice focus of community series

Sept. 9, 2020

Social justice and the arts take center stage this fall as part of a free virtual public series featuring CU Boulder and community artists and educators.

Old Main in the fall

Arts and Sciences faculty town halls to discuss reorganization, governance

Sept. 8, 2020

Join Emily CoBabe-Ammann and Jeff Cox, leaders of Academic Futures, to learn the current status of reorganizing the College of Arts and Sciences into three divisions and the process for faculty in each division to implement local governance mechanisms.

Civil rights march on Washington, D.C. (Photo from the Library of Congress)

Race and the law: Equality still dampened

Sept. 4, 2020

Join this interactive lecture series focused on the relationship between race and the law. The objective is to think about the barriers to and possibilities of the law serving as a vehicle of racial justice.

Wolf Law Building

Colorado Law talk: Pursuing citizenship in the enforcement era

Sept. 4, 2020

On Sept. 17, join Professor Ming Hsu Chen, who will elaborate on the concept of pursuing citizenship, drawing from her new book, Pursuing Citizenship in the Enforcement Era.

A scenic stock image of Breckenridge, Colorado

Meeting the financial challenges of improved water management in the West

Sept. 4, 2020

Beginning Sept. 15, this Getches-Wilkinson Center series will explore issues such as the rise of creative funding, leveraging the business community, linkages between healthy landscapes, climate adaptation and improved resiliency, and more.

Image of a donkey, elephant and American flag

CU on the Weekend lectures begin Sept. 19

Sept. 4, 2020

Register now for virtual free lectures about solar research, political compromise and musical time featuring some of CU Boulder's most dynamic faculty.

Scenic photo of campus and the Flatirons

Co-founders of Black Lives Matter movement to give CU virtual talk Sept. 16

Sept. 2, 2020

Patrisse Cullors, Opal Tometi and Alicia Garza, the co-founders of the Black Lives Matter Global Network, will give a virtual talk to the CU Boulder community on Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Bears Ears National Monument

Another way of knowing: Indian tribes, collaborative management and public lands

Aug. 20, 2020

Join an Aug. 25 talk about the role of traditional knowledge and collaborative management in decision-making on public lands. The discussion will include lessons learned from Bears Ears National Monument, recommendations about collaboration between tribes and federal agencies, and more.

Trevor Noah

Trevor Noah to give virtual Buff talk Aug. 22

Aug. 20, 2020

The comedian and host of The Daily Show will help welcome students to campus with a virtual talk, discussing his life, work and the topics of today in a moderated conversation.