Join LASP for a discussion examining the questions about life on Mars—including ancient life, the possibility of current life, and whether a future Mars might have life on it—and what each would mean to us.
Join Colorado Law as Angela Riley, chief justice of the Supreme Court of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma and professor at UCLA, discusses Native nations as the “third sovereign,” marking the 11th John Paul Stevens Lecture.
CU on the Weekend returns this fall, welcoming attendees both in person and virtually. Always free and open to the public, the first lecture will be “America’s Broken Political Process and the Path Forward.”
Chancellor Philip DiStefano will hold the annual State of the Campus event in person for the first time in three years. Plan to attend, hear his address and enjoy a buffet breakfast following the talk. A livestream option will be available as well.
Alumna Linda Villarosa covers race, inequality and public health for The New York Times Magazine. In her new book, she tells the full story of racial health disparities in America, revealing the toll racism takes on individuals and public health.
Rita Moreno, one of only 17 performers to have won entertainment’s grand slam of prestigious awards—the Emmy, the Grammy, the Oscar and the Tony—will give an inspirational talk in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom.
Climate change is increasing the frequency of natural disasters—and those disasters have enormous impacts on human life. Held in person and streamed live, Coloradan Conversations is an opportunity to gain insights and think differently about this important issue that impacts us all.
Join Aug. 31 as controversial novelist and commentator Lionel Shriver, in conversation with Benjamin Teitelbaum, discusses her first nonfiction book “Abominations: Selected essays from a career of courting self-destruction.”