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The role of science in treating deadly diseases––a lecture July 14

July 7, 2021

Join a Distinguished Faculty Series lecture featuring Distinguished Professor Leslie Leinwand, who will discuss her journey in finding and developing treatments for genetic diseases where none previously existed.

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Panel to discuss recent U.S. Supreme Court cases July 15

June 17, 2021

A distinguished panel of former U.S. Supreme Court clerks and legal scholars will discuss the notable cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2020-21 term, as well as the impact of those decisions on practitioners. Learn more about this discussion.

Danielle Hodge

CU Boulder professor to discuss 'Liberatory love and freedom: Radical reenvisionings' June 16

June 9, 2021

Danielle Hodge of the College of Media, Communication and Information will discuss what it means to love Blackness in a white supremacist and anti-Black society. Building on African American intellectual traditions, Hodge will re-envision the relationship between freedom and love in the struggle for liberation.

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Presentation June 29 to address supporting college students with autism spectrum disorder

June 4, 2021

This introductory presentation for faculty and staff will provide an overview of autism spectrum disorder, its impact on the college experience and best practices for supporting neurodivergent students at CU.

Stefanie Johnson

Join a fireside chat June 15 with the Ombuds Office hosting Stefanie Johnson

June 4, 2021

Hear from CU Boulder faculty member and author Stefanie Johnson, an expert in leadership among diverse and inclusive teams to promote innovation.

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Dance, language, machine learning and classical Greek writers the focus of lecture June 16

June 3, 2021

Presented by the CU Boulder Retired Faculty Association, Michelle Ellsworth's virtual presentation will discuss dance, language, machine learning and classical Greek writers from her two works. Plan to attend.

Natalia Molina

Historians Imagine series to feature Natalia Molina June 9

June 1, 2021

Natalia Molina is a historian who examines the interconnectedness of racial and ethnic communities through her concept of “racial scripts.” Join this Center of the American West webinar.

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Hear more about COVID-19 topics when webinar series resumes June 9

June 1, 2021

Everything from the dating renaissance to the future of real estate and design related to COVID-19 will be under the microscope in the next installment of this webinar series. Attend the live sessions or watch recordings.

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Mark your calendar for a fiscal year's end town hall June 3

May 14, 2021

Join the Campus Controller's Office to learn all about fiscal year's end for 2020.

Varsha Koushik

Provost Fellow Varsha Koushik to present research findings May 18

May 13, 2021

Doctoral student Varsha Koushik has created a series of “recipe cards” for librarians to integrate accessibility as a practice into their pedagogies. Learn more May 18.

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