Students’ needs have shifted dramatically during the pandemic. Faculty and instructors are invited to a one-hour event that includes an undergraduate student panel and dialogue focused on effective pedagogy in the pandemic.
The campus community will continue its dialogue on academic freedom with a virtual panel discussion including leaders and experts from the legal, communications and scholarly realms sharing their experiences.
This panel discussion will address the history of Boulder County and Colorado through a Native lens, including the conquest of Native lands, the attempted erasure of authentic and diverse Native cultures and more.
Dean Lolita Buckner Inniss of the University of Colorado Law School will moderate an interdisciplinary discussion with scholars of law, philosophy and politics on the state of equality in 2021—free and open to the public.
Register for the Los Seis de Boulder, Race and Memory Symposium, which will be free and open to all with dramatic readings, podcasting, panel discussions, music and more, all focused on the Los Seis de Boulder and the Chicano movement.
During the Sept. 25 CU on the Weekend lecture, Professor Max Boykoff highlighted dimensions of his book, integrating lessons from the social sciences and humanities to more effectively make connections that everyday citizens care about.