People on the Ed Talks stage.

Ed Talks to address 'hot topics' in education May 22

May 15, 2018

Inspired by TED Talks, these presentations, led by professors, will explore topics such as teacher walkouts, hate speech on college campuses, distrust in education and more.Read more »
People walk outside of Norlin Library

Learn about lowering the barrier to teaching core data skills

May 15, 2018

On May 18, join the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship. Leah Wasser from Earth Lab will be discussing a new data training program implemented within her group at CU.Read more »
Wonder Woman action figure

Explore the physics of Wonder Woman at CU Wizards show

May 8, 2018

On Saturday, May 12, CU Wizards presents Becky Thompson for a lively, entertaining show all about "Power, Grace, Wisdom & Wonder: The Physics of Wonder Woman!"Read more »
Two Archive Transformed residents sit against headstone

Announcing first cohort, Archive Transformed to hold 2 public events this month

May 8, 2018

The new program connecting artists and scholars will host a performance May 13 at Old Main Chapel and presentations by the inaugural residency cohort May 17 at the Boulder Public Library.Read more »
Pueblo Bonito ruins at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico

What's new at Chaco Canyon? Lecture to explore new questions, answers

May 1, 2018

On May 2, Professor and Curator of Anthropology Steve Lekson will review recent research at the 11th century Puebloan regional center and the new directions it suggests for ancient history.Read more »
Illustration of the Parker Solar Probe approaching the Sun

LASP public lecture: Parker Solar Probe, the first mission to our nearest star

April 30, 2018

Later this summer, NASA's Parker Solar Probe spacecraft will begin a historic mission to our nearest star, the Sun. Join David Malaspina on May 2 to learn more.Read more »
Henderson building, which houses the CU Museum of Natural History

Intergenerational STEAM learning through storytelling

April 24, 2018

In this Learning in Informal Settings talk on May 1, Carrie Tzou will discuss Tech Tales, an NSF-funded project that invites families to tell their stories through robotics.Read more »
Two faculty members present an electrical light-based experiment.

Sink or swim: CU Wizards to explore the law of buoyancy

April 24, 2018

Why do icebergs float and bubbles always travel up? Join Professor Mathias Weber for a deep dive into Archimedes' principle at CU Wizards: Sink or Swim! on Saturday, April 28.Read more »
Map image of West Africa

Attend the next Pizza & Perspectives program: West Africa

April 23, 2018

Hear from a panel of students about different regions of the world: perspectives on culture, life in the U.S. and life back home. The next gathering April 26 will be about West Africa.Read more »
Glazed brick wall featuring Achaemenid archers

Antiquity has much to say about imperialism and what it means to be human

April 23, 2018

Archaeology helps us understand the lives led by everyone, not just the elite, male, adult or freeborn, says Elspeth Dusinberre, who will deliver the Distinguished Research Lecture May 1.Read more »

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