Rubén Donato of the School of Education and Shelly Miller of the College of Engineering and Applied Science have been recognized with 2022–23 Distinguished Research Lectureships—among the most esteemed honors bestowed by faculty upon faculty.
Learn more about free consultations, teaching resources, seminars, workshops and other events offered by the Center for Teaching & Learning and Arts & Sciences Support of Education Through Technology. The open house will include prize giveaways: 12 copies of “Courage to Teach” by Parker Palmer.
Join Health and Wellness Services to explore the power of play and learn how fun can improve your health, creativity and relationships as an adult. The summit is free and open to CU faculty, staff and students.
Join Colorado Law as Angela Riley, chief justice of the Supreme Court of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma and professor at UCLA, discusses Native nations as the “third sovereign,” marking the 11th John Paul Stevens Lecture.
Kicking off with two days on hip-hop and social justice, the new Art, Activism and Engaged Humanities series will boast everything from musical performances to poetry, printmaking and speeches throughout the year—a cross-disciplinary effort to make the humanities more accessible to the public.