A man gardening

Meet CU’s garden manager, ask your gardening questions March 18, April 15

March 3, 2021

CU Boulder’s Alex Macmillan is here to help get you started on your own garden. As we start moving toward spring weather, Staff Council and Macmillan will host two sessions to help you plan and create your dream garden at home.

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What it means to disagree: Tune in March 12

March 2, 2021

Join another conversation with Patty Limerick, director of the Center of the American West, and Jennifer Ho, director of the Center for Humanities & the Arts.

Tom Cech

Nobel laureate to explore gene editing, COVID-19 vaccines in March 17 talk

March 1, 2021

Distinguished Professor Tom Cech will present a virtual lecture titled “The Magic of RNA: From CRISPR to Coronavirus Vaccines," focusing on how RNA has become better understood and how those discoveries have unlocked exciting new medical possibilities.

Erin Dolgoy

How different understandings of science influence expectations—a lecture March 22

March 1, 2021

Erin Dolgoy, an assistant professor at Rhodes College, examines different approaches to and understandings of modern science, what science means, what it promises, how it's practiced and what it can reasonably prove.

Steven Chu

Lecture March 4 to feature former Secretary of Energy Steven Chu

Feb. 23, 2021

Join the Getches-Wilkinson Center at Colorado Law for "Climate Change and Innovative Paths to a Sustainable Future" with Steven Chu—part of the Schultz Lecture in Energy series.

Christine Darden working as an engineer in 1976. (Credit: NASA)

Register to hear NASA legend Christine Darden speak Feb. 23

Feb. 19, 2021

The BOLD Center and the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences will host a special presentation by NASA's Christine Darden. Darden will be speaking as a part of Black History Month celebrations, sharing her fascinating life experiences as an engineer.

Helmut Müller-Sievers

Helmut Müller-Sievers to deliver Distinguished Research Lecture March 10

Feb. 19, 2021

Helmut Müller-Sievers, a professor in the Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literature, will deliver a virtual lecture, “On Common Ground­—Goethe, the Modern Novel and the Diversity of Experience."

Panelists at an upcoming Coloradan Conversations event

Tune in Feb. 24 for Coloradan Conversations: From discussion to action

Feb. 18, 2021

Join CU students, Forever Buffs and expert panelists to discuss anti-racism and how we move forward. This first virtual Coloradan Conversation will bring stories from the Coloradan alumni magazine to life.

Tyrone Glover

Criminalizing race: A practitioner’s perspective on policing and mass incarceration—Feb. 23

Feb. 12, 2021

In this installment of the Race and the Law series, alumnus Tyrone Glover will explore the link between the Black criminal inferiority narrative and the making of modern American systems of policing and criminal justice.

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Explore the magic of chemistry Feb. 20

Feb. 12, 2021

Designed for a family audience, this CU Wizards webinar will feature an exciting discussion with CU Boulder Professor Tanja Cuk. Register today for the free event.