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Theranos: A cautionary tale of ethics in entrepreneurship April 8

March 20, 2019

Join Colorado Law for a livestream lecture on the breathtaking rise and shocking collapse of multibillion-dollar biotech startup Theranos by the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who first broke the story.

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Join Kelly Fox and Carla Ho-a for a Coffee and the Campus Budget session

March 19, 2019

Get an inside-the-campus view of how CU Boulder is financed and the challenges and opportunities the institution faces at sessions in April.

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CNN reporters to discuss their book ‘A Deal with the Devil’

March 19, 2019

Join award-winning investigative reporters Blake Ellis and Melanie Hicken on March 21 for a talk on their new book, an exposé of one of the longest-running cons in history.

Sam Kean

Author Sam Kean to speak to grad students about his career path

March 18, 2019

In celebration of graduate student appreciation week, on April 2 students are invited to hear the New York Times best-selling author speak about his books, the challenges authors face and more.

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Guest professor to lecture on weaponization of the First Amendment

March 15, 2019

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy will host Laura Weinrib of the University of Chicago on March 20 for “The First Weaponization of the First Amendment.”

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Attorney, commentator Mark Pulliam to examine America’s labor market

March 14, 2019

The Center for Western Civilization, Thought & Policy will host Mark Pulliam March 14 for his lecture covering themes related to the United States economy and labor market.

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(Bad) Science Movie Night examines ‘The Martian’

March 13, 2019

How realistic is the 2015 Matt Damon blockbuster “The Martian?" On March 21, experts in CU Engineering will screen the movie and discuss where Hollywood got the science wrong.

Two faculty members present a electrical light-based experiment.

Zap! CU Wizards explores electricity and magnetism March 16

March 11, 2019

Physics professors Alysia Marino and Daniel Bolton reveal the magic of electric charges and magnets. What is going on inside an electric circuit? Come see this and more for yourself.

An image of Mayan carved stone.

Were the ancient Maya space pilots? Not even close, prof says

March 8, 2019

“Pseudo-archaeology” will be the subject of an anthropologist’s CU on the Weekend talk on March 16.

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Irish leader to discuss ‘Brexit’ impacts at CU Boulder event

March 8, 2019

A prominent member of the Irish government will discuss the impact of “Brexit” in a presentation March 15 on campus. The event is free and open to all, but registration is required.