American astronaut working in space

Curious about how humans could live in space?

Nov. 6, 2017

Students are invited to learn about bioastronautics and human spaceflight Nov. 7 with Allie Anderson at Fiske Planetarium.Read more »
Stephen Graham Jones in his office

Comic books through the ages with Stephen Graham Jones

Nov. 3, 2017

We live in a comic book age. But where did it all start? On Wednesday, Nov. 8, Professor Stephen Graham Jones tells all in a talk titled "Comic Books Through the Ages."Read more »
Mexican farmer

Nov. 7 lecture looks at climate change and human migration

Nov. 2, 2017

Climate change is influencing rural livelihoods across the globe, and scientists anticipate increasing and substantial risk to social and natural systems.Read more »
Ocean waves with orange sunset in background

'Danger from the sea' the topic of Nov. 3 distinguished lecture

Nov. 1, 2017

CIRES is pleased to welcome John J. Clague of Simon Fraser University as the next distinguished lecturer. Join as he presents "Danger from the sea: Sea-level rise in a changing climate."Read more »
Getches-Wilkinson Center Executive Director Alice Madden

CU on the Weekend: Keeping politics from derailing critical climate action

Oct. 31, 2017

On Nov. 4, drawing on experience in government and academia, Alice Madden will address why climate change has become so politicized, how we got here and how to move forward.Read more »
Norlin Library

George Norlin Award recipient to present a Shakespearian Arab tragedy

Oct. 31, 2017

On Nov. 3, George Norlin Award recipient Yusur Wajih Al-Madani will present a reading of "The Arab Shakespeare Trilogy," arguing for a new perspective for understanding adaptations.Read more »
Illustration of "the coldest centuries in 8,000 years"

Symposium to examine causes, consequences of Little Ice Age

Oct. 31, 2017

Join the Nov. 3–4 interdisciplinary symposium featuring engaging discussions on the causes and impacts of the Little Ice Age, the coldest centuries of the past 8,000 years.Read more »
Image of Earth from space

Nov. 1 lecture to examine monitoring Earth's energy balance from space

Oct. 30, 2017

Learn how LASP is contributing to space measurements of Earth's energy balance with the TSIS and CLARREO Pathfinder missions. Plus, see fun videos of the TSIS platform being prepared for launch.Read more »
Republic of Korea and U.S. flags fly side by side, soldiers in background

Nov. 2 lecture to examine U.S.-Korea alliance, partnership

Oct. 25, 2017

Jimin Kim, deputy consul general of the Republic of Korea in San Francisco, will discuss the latest developments in Korea and the prospect of a U.S. alliance under the republic.Read more »
University of Denver Associate Professor Corey Ciocchetti

Inspiring integrity, chasing an authentic life the focus of lunchtime talk

Oct. 25, 2017

The Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative presents Corey Ciocchetti, associate professor of business ethics and legal studies at the University of Denver, in this intriguing talk Nov. 6.Read more »