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How COVID-19 impacts student wellness, learning—A talk April 15

April 12, 2022

Do you teach on campus? Join a talk with Associate Professor June Gruber of psychology and neuroscience for the latest research.

Rae Senarighi

TRANScend exhibit: A conversation with artist Rae Senarighi

April 8, 2022

The University Libraries will host a virtual conversation with Rae Senarighi, creator of the TRANScend Transgender Voices art exhibit on April 13. Check out the exhibit in the Norlin commons.

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Whistleblowers expose big fraud—What makes us so obsessed and what can we learn?

April 6, 2022

Why is society captivated by high-profile ethical cases like Theranos or Enron? Melanie Kay of Colorado Law explains what makes these cases so fascinating and what lessons we can learn to better society. Join a talk April 12.

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Religious studies and reimagining the human in the climate crisis—a lecture April 14

April 1, 2022

Join an exhibit tour and keynote address focusing on the emerging field of religion and ecology. The lecture series honors the 50th anniversary of religious studies on campus and the opening of the sixth exhibit in the CU Legends series: “Becoming Less: The Journey of Robert Lester.”

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TEDxCU to explore Breaking Boundaries April 2

April 1, 2022

TEDxCU is returning in person this season, when a slate of speakers will examine and challenge the self-imposed boundaries that often limit people.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Conversation April 4 to explore MLK’s radical vision for interracial democracy

March 30, 2022

Join Anthony Siracusa, senior director of inclusive culture, and Reiland Rabaka, professor of Africana studies and director of the Center for African and African American Studies, for a conversation about Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision on a day commemorating his legacy 54 years after his assassination.

Stephanie Toliver

Talk March 30 to explore impact of Black storytelling

March 29, 2022

The Center for African and African American Studies will host Assistant Professor Stephanie Toliver for a lecture exploring Black storytelling, Afrofuturism and “womanism’s” role in qualitative research. Toliver will guide attendees through understanding the impact of Black storytelling passed from generation to generation.

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US representatives to hold bipartisan discussion on climate solutions April 14

March 17, 2022

Tune in for a moderated discussion about bipartisan climate solutions with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse of Colorado and John Curtis of Utah. Attendees may participate virtually or in person at the SEEC Auditorium.

Audrey Zibelman

Electric grid expert to give energy lecture March 31

March 17, 2022

Audrey Zibelman of X, "the moonshot factory," will discuss the opportunities and challenges for governments, utilities, system operators, developers and customers of harnessing data to accelerate decarbonization policy with reliable affordable power.

Roy Parker

Roy Parker to deliver talk April 5 on ‘adventures with RNA’

March 11, 2022

The distinguished professor of biochemistry and director of the BioFrontiers Institute will deliver an in-person distinguished research lecture, “Adventures with RNA in Health and Disease.”