Ann Coulter

Ann Coulter to speak at CU Boulder March 21

March 8, 2018

The political commentator and author will speak on campus Wednesday, March 21. The free talk is hosted by the CU Boulder student organization chapter of Turning Point USA.Read more »
Colleagues attend a webinar in a conference room

ODECE to present surprise encore virtual discussion with Saundra McGuire

March 8, 2018

Following her fall inclusive pedagogy workshop, McGuire returns March 12 via Zoom to discuss learning practices covered in her new book "Teach Yourself How to Learn: Strategies You Can Use to Ace Any Course at Any Level."Read more »
Alice Rivlin speaks at Macky Auditorium during the 2012 Conference on World Affairs

Inaugural nationalism vs. globalism debate to be hosted on campus April 2

March 7, 2018

The Steamboat Institute will host an April 2 debate at CU Boulder on the issues of nationalism and globalism, featuring former Mexican President Vicente Fox and Brexit architect Nigel Farage.Read more »
Conference in Wittemyer Courtroom

Law and ethics at Penn State: Reflections of a higher ed compliance officer

March 7, 2018

Ever wonder what goes in to a university's ethics and compliance program? On March 13, Penn State's Regis Becker will discuss ethics and compliance in an often-challenging environment.Read more »
Terron Moore

MTV's Terron Moore: How to survive in the communications industry

March 6, 2018

On March 14, the award-winning social media strategist and journalist will discuss how to pitch to editors, working in a 24/7 news cycle, the new professional realm of social media and more.Read more »
Concept art of LUVOIR spacecraft

LASP public lecture: Discovering life beyond the solar system

March 5, 2018

Are we alone? In this March 7 lecture, Kevin France will give an overview of recent exoplanet discoveries, providing context for our place in the Milky Way.Read more »
Illustration of the Colorado mountains, plains with buffalo

A Century of Views of Colorado: 1820–1920

March 2, 2018

Immerse yourself in the unique story of Colorado at this Friends of CU Boulder Libraries event with special guest and "Antiques Roadshow" appraiser Christopher W. Lane on March 8.Read more »
Woman looks at smartphone

Mental Health and Entrepreneurship: A deep dive March 6

March 2, 2018

Panelists will discuss why entrepreneurs may struggle with mental health and clear up misconceptions and stigmas often attached to mental health, featuring personal stories, expert information and a Q&A.Read more »
Statue of Liberty at Ellis Island

'Brain Drain Through Deportation' the subject of panel discussion

March 1, 2018

Featuring three faculty experts, the Social Sciences Today Forum, March 7, will look at the consequences of the DACA program and its uncertain future.Read more »
The Koelbel Building in the winter.

Lovell Lecture looks at challenge of consumer financial regulation March 1

Feb. 26, 2018

Many people don't have the right knowledge to manage their finances effectively, leading to greater inequality. Harvard economics professor John Campbell will go into why this is.Read more »