CU Boulder is hosting Campus Master Plan virtual open house presentations to give the campus community an opportunity to provide feedback on the efforts of the project team to date, with an aim of finalizing the plan later this year.
In this virtual lecture on April 29, Clinical Professor Ann England and Anne-Marie Moyes, director of the Korey Wise Innocence Project, will examine the role of race in wrongful convictions—why they happen more to people of color, how race informs the lack of adequate reforms and more.
Addressing climate change is the defining issue of our time, and without strategic action in the very near term, meaningful mitigation will become more difficult, expensive and elusive. Join the Getches-Wilkinson Center for this webinar.
Growing Up Boulder will celebrate its legacy as one of the nation's and world's most successful child-friendly city initiatives. Local children and teens will host the event, which U.S Congressman Joe Neguse will kick off.
The next Coloradan Conversation event will feature an expert-led discussion about climate change, moderated by former Denver City Council President Albus Brooks. Hear from panelists including CU Boulder's Cassandra Brooks, Joel Hartter and Leaf Van Boven.
What made Tuesday’s verdict so unique, and will it lead to lasting change? In this Q&A, three CU Boulder experts in law; sociology, crime trends and policing; and Africana studies and criminology give their takes.
Sandra Ristovska is undertaking the first rigorous publicly engaged research project to address the intricacies of “seeing” in court, systematically examining the use of video as evidence in state and federal court trials in criminal, immigration and American Indian law.
The latest episode of Buff Innovator Insights introduces you to Jennifer Ho, whose research, scholarship and teaching address some of the most challenging issues facing the world today. Listen in to hear from an expert on issues of race and intersectionality.