Old Main on the CU Boulder campus in fall.

Attend the Conservative Scholar Luncheon Nov. 2

Oct. 25, 2022

Join a discussion with historian and political theorist Alan Kahan about traditional American ideals and their impact on individual freedoms. Hosted by Chancellor Philip DiStefano in Colorado Springs, complimentary lunch and refreshments will be included.

Disposable coffee cup that says 'Lead. Innovate. Impact.'

How does the campus budget work? Sessions Nov. 2–11

Oct. 24, 2022

Faculty, staff and students are invited to join our new Chief Financial Officer Todd Haggerty and Executive Vice Provost for Academic Resource Management Ann Schmiesing as they host three Coffee and the Campus Budget overviews. In-person and virtual options are available.

Inside of CASE building

Students, faculty to talk academic success Nov. 1

Oct. 24, 2022

Providing a safe platform for students and faculty to contribute new ideas, the Center for Teaching and Learning and its partner ASSETT are hosting a panel on issues surrounding technology, mental health, inclusivity and well-being on campus.

A protest sign shows #mahsaamini. (Wikimedia Commons/Matt Hrkac from Geelong/Melbourne, Australia)

The Iranian women’s revolution: A panel discussion Oct. 20

Oct. 18, 2022

The recent death of Jina Mahsa Amini has sparked historic demonstrations centered on women’s socio-political rights, human rights and regime change in Iran. Join a panel discussion, including CU Boulder and University of Denver faculty, to learn more about the historical context, symbolism and impacts of women’s rights protests.

Campus community members listen to a speaker in UMC 247

Oct. 17 to mark start of series on visual media, justice and human rights

Oct. 13, 2022

From human rights advocacy to archiving and preservation, international experts will reflect on their career trajectories, highlight recent research projects and more in monthly events through May 2023. There will also be film screenings and an online career training session.

Lori Peek

What do you do when the Earth shakes? A talk Oct. 22

Oct. 13, 2022

In this free CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Lori Peek will highlight the immediate behavioral responses of children and adults during disasters. Understanding how people react can help officials and school leaders improve drills and messaging, refine risk communication strategies, and ultimately reduce injury and loss of life.

Commencement procession in front of the Eaton Humanities building

After CU, what next? Distinguished lecture Oct. 27

Oct. 13, 2022

Join Professor Myles Osborne in a talk about life after college, as he reflects on his own journey since arriving in the U.S. to attend university 20 years ago. Get there early for a slice of pizza.

Author Robin Wall Kimmerer

‘Braiding Sweetgrass’ author Robin Wall Kimmerer to speak Dec. 1 in Boulder

Oct. 10, 2022

This free event at the Boulder Theater is part of Buffs One Read, a campuswide program produced by the University Libraries and Student Affairs that builds community through the shared reading of one book.

Professor Andrew Hamilton teaches about black holes while wearing a wizard costume

CU Wizards series brings eye-widening talks, demos to enthusiasts of all ages

Oct. 7, 2022

Frankenstein, rocks from space, sink or swim, cumulus clouds, and the chemistry of cooking—these are just some of the science topics on tap for this semester's family-friendly CU Wizards series, led primarily by faculty.

Fawn Sharp

President of National Congress of American Indians to give lecture Oct. 13

Sept. 27, 2022

Fawn Sharp will share her perspectives on the relationship between human rights and climate justice, comparative experiences among Indigenous peoples around the world, the local needs of tribal leaders and communities in the U.S. and more.