Ralphie statue at sunset

Campus Q&A—join at noon May 11 for updates on summer, fall plans

May 6, 2021

The next campus Q&A will focus on students, staff and faculty. Chief Operating Officer Patrick O'Rourke and Provost Russell Moore will join other campus officials to present updates on health and safety requirements and the continued planning for in-person classes in the fall.

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland

Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland, Congressman Joe Neguse to discuss natural resource priorities May 13

May 3, 2021

Land, water and people—the natural resource priorities of the Biden administration—will be under discussion with special guests May 13, a presentation of the Getches-Wilkinson Center at Colorado Law.

Lara Brown and Mark Kennedy

Examining presidential character, the question of leadership—join May 19

May 3, 2021

The Conference on World Affairs will present a virtual discussion—free and open to all—between CU President Mark Kennedy and Lara Brown, director and associate professor at the Graduate School of Political Management at George Washington University.

A donkey and elephant, representing the U.S. major political parties

Bipartisanship-friendship series to feature Diana DeGette, Fred Upton May 10

May 3, 2021

From two sides of the aisle, Reps. Diana DeGette and Fred Upton are known for their work together on successful health care legislation. Join a discussion about their friendship as they engage in a wide-ranging conversation about issues on which they agree, disagree and half-agree.

Professor Deborah Cantrell

Exploring transformative silence and protest—A talk May 18

April 29, 2021

In this Colorado Law Talk, Professor Deborah Cantrell will explore the current landscape of heightened social protest and consider whether and how the law matters to social activists.

Professor Ahmed White

Talk on May 6 to examine question of class, politics of inclusion

April 27, 2021

The Race and the Law Series will welcome Professor Ahmed White to explore the way diversity and inclusion have served less as means of advancing genuine equality than as methods for lending the appearance of democracy to a fundamentally undemocratic social order.

A woman talking with another woman

Staff Council offering workshop May 13 on navigating change

April 26, 2021

Change can be hard. In this workshop, you will learn about the process individuals go through when contemplating change, how to best support students and staff at each stage and more. Join this Staff Council speaker series event.

Chloe Fineman

Comedian Chloe Fineman to give virtual CU talk April 29

April 23, 2021

Comedian, actress and Saturday Night Live cast member Chloe Fineman will entertain CU Boulder students during a virtual conversation, followed by a moderated Q&A with performer Jake Nordwind. The free event is open only to current CU Boulder students.

Ralphie statue at sunset

Final Campus Q&A of the semester—join at noon on April 27

April 23, 2021

The next Campus Q&A will focus on students and families and discussion of plans for the fall, including class schedules, registration and on-campus activities. There will be updates on vaccines and public health and safety guidelines, as well as closing thoughts on the spring semester.

Photo of Colorado Law's Wolf Law building

When Black lives don't matter: Years lost to wrongful convictions

April 19, 2021

In this virtual lecture on April 29, Clinical Professor Ann England and Anne-Marie Moyes, director of the Korey Wise Innocence Project, will examine the role of race in wrongful convictions—why they happen more to people of color, how race informs the lack of adequate reforms and more.