Workers install solar panels on CU Boulder rooftop

CU on the Weekend: How renewable technologies can transform energy

Dec. 5, 2017

The Dec. 9 lecture will focus on how turbulence impacts the future of wind energy in the U.S., a new class of devices based on soft and variable capacitors, and developments in battery materials.Read more »
LASP illustration

Lecture to discuss how spacecraft data translate into results

Dec. 4, 2017

This public talk Dec. 6 will describe some of the lesser-known aspects of the "pipeline" that turns bits from the spacecraft into products that scientists can use to make new discoveries.Read more »
University Memorial Center

Distinguished Research Lecture Dec. 5: Making smart, responsive materials with light

Dec. 1, 2017

From Ziploc bags to plastics used to grow new tissues, polymeric materials have transformed our everyday lives. Join 2017 distinguished research lecturer Chris N. Bowman to learn more.Read more »
Chris Mosier

CWA Speaker Series to present Chris Mosier Dec. 5

Dec. 1, 2017

Hear a talk by the first transgender athlete to make the men's U.S. national team and a catalyst for change for the International Olympic Committee policy on transgender athletes.Read more »
Wolf Law building on the CU Boulder campus

'Next financial crisis' the topic of Dec. 13 law talk

Nov. 29, 2017

Erik Gerding will discuss movements toward the deregulation of the securities and banking industries and the impact of such deregulation on the legal profession and our economy.Read more »
A view of mountain tops with little snow.

Find out 'what does it all mean' at climate change talk Nov. 30

Nov. 28, 2017

This 7 p.m. discussion at Fiske Planetarium will explore the link between extreme events, from fires to flooding, heat waves and droughts, and climate change.Read more »
Crash Course in Wittemyer Courtroom at Wolf Law

What gives with the latest digital ledger, cryptocurrency technologies?

Nov. 21, 2017

Take this crash course Nov. 29 to explore whether blockchain, or digital-distributed ledger technology, and initial coin offerings are poised to upend industries, or are overhyped.Read more »
Brown-bag lunch with a notebook, pen and an orange

Understanding the intersection of FMLA and ADA compliance

Nov. 16, 2017

The Nov. 27 Ethics and Compliance education session will feature ways the Family Medical Leave Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act intersect, with a focus on rights and responsibilities.Read more »
A faculty member, standing near a table and projector, appears to be teaching.

Inclusive Pedagogy Workshops Nov. 13, 14 to feature Kelly Mack

Nov. 9, 2017

Learn how national collaboration in STEM reform can benefit you professionally; what an initiative to increase diversity and equity in STEM means for your work; and how institutional models related to gender values in STEM can improve faculty career-life management at CU Boulder.Read more »
John Holdren speaks with President Obama in the White House

Former Obama science advisor to speak at CU Boulder Nov. 16

Nov. 9, 2017

John Holdren, President Barack Obama's science advisor for eight years, will be on campus Thursday, Nov. 16, to talk about the past and future of U.S. science and technology policy.Read more »

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