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Supporting the Iranian women's revolution: A panel discussion Nov. 30

Nov. 28, 2022

Join a panel discussion for remarks from, and discussion with, local and state elected officials and campus leadership to brainstorm actions to support the historic women’s movement unfolding in Iran.

Panelists speak at the Aerospace & STEM Summit

Panel to explore the role of leading research universities in advancing climate solutions

Nov. 28, 2022

“The Role of Leading Research Universities in Advancing Climate Solutions” roundtable discussion will be held Dec. 2, as part of the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit and the Watch Globally, Engage Locally Panel Series.

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Exploring the role of video games and play as a space of learning—Ed Talks Nov. 30

Nov. 17, 2022

Have you ever thought about a video game as a space of learning? The fall 2022 Ed Talks will investigate the role of play and experimentation as a site of meaningful and transformative learning.

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Maintaining an active research agenda—a panel Nov. 18

Nov. 15, 2022

In this Faculty Affairs professional development workshop, hear from panelists about balancing teaching with scholarly research, and their own experiences, followed by an open discussion and time for questions.

Acute myelocytic leukaemia

Cancer: A result of accumulating cellular mistakes—A lecture Nov. 15

Nov. 11, 2022

Cancer is caused by cells from one’s own body that have lost proper control of their growth and division cycle, then acquired a propensity to move to places they don’t belong. Hear more from Distinguished Professor Richard McIntosh at a free lecture.

Alison Bechdel

Leading graphic novelist Alison Bechdel to speak Nov. 17

Nov. 7, 2022

Described as one of the most important graphic novelists working today, Bechdel is known for “Dykes to Watch Out For” and a famous test of gender representation in movies.

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Direct encounters with climate change: Hear stories Nov. 15

Nov. 2, 2022

The Earth Sciences & Map Library will host a panel discussion in which explorers, scientists and artists who’ve witnessed climate change in the Arctic will share their stories.

Shakespeare Festival stage with actors performing.

The certificate of all certificates for Shakespeare, theater and English enthusiasts

Oct. 31, 2022

A virtual info session will be held Nov. 7 for CU Boulder's applied Shakespeare graduate certificate—a program designed for a wide range of students, from teachers to theater artists and Shakespeare enthusiasts.

Bruce Lee in character.

Bruce Lee’s life and legacy: Watch video, plan to attend Nov. 1 talk

Oct. 29, 2022

An Asian and Asian American icon, Bruce Lee intertwined cultural strands in his rise to global stardom. Daryl Maeda will discuss Lee's legacy and his new book "Like Water" about Bruce Lee in a virtual discussion on Nov. 1.

Winners hold a large Lab Venture Challenge check.

Lab Venture Challenge final showcases set for Nov. 2–3

Oct. 28, 2022

Lab Venture Challenge culminates in two evening showcases, where finalists will deliver pitches to a panel of business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors. These are the can't-miss events of the year to see CU Boulder's next wave of breakthrough innovations.