“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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.