Stone, Celtic-style cross

Should Christians exercise 'The Benedict Option'?

April 4, 2017

Tomorrow, April 5, author Rod Dreher will present "The Benedict Option: The Future of Religious Conservatism in Post-Christian America," urging Christians to emulate St. Benedict’s retreat from the chaos and decadence of the collapsing Roman Empire.Read more »
The grandmother and two great-aunts of Linda Arroyo-Holmstrom in 1929

Boulder County Latino History Project findings to be discussed April 13

April 3, 2017

On April 13, Marjorie K. McIntosh and Linda Arroyo-Holmstrom will present "Latinos of Boulder County Colorado 1900–1980," a discussion of the Boulder County Latino History Project findings.Read more »
2016 Hazel Barnes Prize awardee Michele Moses, School of Education

BFA Excellence Awards to feature Hazel Barnes keynote address April 4

April 3, 2017

The 2017 Boulder Faculty Assembly (BFA) Excellence Awards will be presented tomorrow evening, April 4, featuring a keynote address by 2016 Hazel Barnes Prize awardee Michele Moses.Read more »
Man studies research concept map

NSF advisor to give perspective on 'broader impacts' of proposed research

March 16, 2017

On March 23, join the Understanding Broader Impacts Workshop to learn about resources for collaboration and implementation and developing broader impacts components that will complement and enhance your research program.Read more »
Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Spring Town Hall set for March 13

March 12, 2017

Join members of the campus community for the Chancellor's Spring Town Hall, “Advancing Strategic Imperatives on Campus." Introduced by Chancellor DiStefano, followed by a panel with members of campus leadership. Monday, March 13 from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the UMC. Light refreshments will be provided.Read more »
A student discusses a design drawing with a community member.

Student projects on former hospital site the focus of Dec. 9 open house

Dec. 2, 2016

Bringing together a community's vision and enhancing a neighborhood through design is no small task. But with this aim, and working with the city, CU Boulder students have tried their hand at such a project and will present their work to the public at eTown Hall.Read more »
CU staff members install solar panels on campus

Campus Sustainability Summit for fall 2016

Nov. 30, 2016

The Environmental Center is hosting the Campus Sustainability Summit on Thursday, Dec. 1. The information-sharing forum will feature strategic updates and inter-departmental discussion on campus sustainability initiatives.Read more »
The tower of the state capitol building in Denver, Colorado, appears against a clear blue sky.

A resource for the state, 52nd annual economic forum to be held Dec. 5

Nov. 10, 2016

For those who are involved or interested in business, the outlook gives the pulse on the national economy, as well as the state's industries, from construction to leisure and hospitality, natural resources and more.Read more »
'Then Comes a Wind' by R.J. Stewart

Book discussion and signing with author Ronald J. Stewart

Nov. 3, 2016

Author Ronald J. Stewart will speak about his book "Then Comes a Wind," a story about a family's struggle to homestead in 1900s Nebraska, on Nov. 10. Stewart will sign copies of his book (which will be for sale at the event) immediately following the presentation.Read more »
The Center for Community building

CU Boulder community invited to a ColoradoCare town hall debate

Oct. 31, 2016

This Thursday, Nov. 3, Boulder Campus Staff Council and CU Student Government will host a town hall debate on Amendment 69, also known as ColoradoCare. The debate will be held from 5 to 6:15 p.m. in the Abrams Lounge in the Center for Community (C4C). Ron Vejrostek, a spokesperson for ColoradoCare, and Michael Cooke, campaign manager for Coloradans for Coloradans (a group opposed to Amendment 69), will debate the amendment and its impact on Colorado residents. A question-and-answer session will follow.Read more »

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