keynote panel at the 2019 Conference on World Affairs

Conference on World Affairs: Make your plan for April 6–9

March 31, 2022

The full schedule of sessions is available. The free conference app is primed for downloading. Find your interests among more than 100 panel discussions, performances and keynote events, and plan to attend this renowned CU Boulder tradition, in person or virtually.

Community members line up outside Boulder Theater for the 2019 New Venture Challenge championships

Support student, faculty ventures at New Venture Challenge championships April 12

March 31, 2022

The season's top six student and faculty teams will pitch their business ideas to a panel of judges and a live audience for tens of thousands of dollars in prize money. Come and support the next big innovation at our first in-person championship event in two years.

Engineering Center

Meet the engineering dean finalists—public forums to begin April 5

March 30, 2022

The campus community is invited to participate in five public forums with the finalists for the dean of the College of Engineering and Applied Science position on April 5, April 7, April 11, April 13 and April 18.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Conversation April 4 to explore MLK’s radical vision for interracial democracy

March 30, 2022

Join Anthony Siracusa, senior director of inclusive culture, and Reiland Rabaka, professor of Africana studies and director of the Center for African and African American Studies, for a conversation about Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision on a day commemorating his legacy 54 years after his assassination.

Chip takes a tour on a golf cart.

Volunteer to be a part of commencement 2022

March 29, 2022

Join the campus community in celebrating the graduating class by volunteering to help students, their families and guests during this exciting time. Choose between the fun roles of chauffeuring a golf cart or being a host at a recognition ceremony.

Alarm clock

Why permanent daylight saving time is a bad idea

March 28, 2022

A new bill that recently passed in the U.S. Senate would make daylight saving time permanent. But many in the scientific community are calling for the opposite approach⁠—making standard time permanent. CU Boulder sleep researcher Ken Wright explains why.

Planted tree sapling

Help BVSD high schoolers plant trees on Earth Day

March 18, 2022

Masters of the Environment students at CU are partnering with the city of Boulder and Boulder Valley School District to plant 1,200 saplings on April 22. Help out by getting a tree planted on your property, or sign up to volunteer. The deadline to order a tree is March 30.

Person with a book in front of her face

Celebrate Women’s History Month with library recommendations

March 18, 2022

In recognition of Women’s “Herstory” Month, the University Libraries share media recommendations from staff and other members of the campus community. Read, watch and listen to titles highlighting unique experiences and perspectives.

Boulder sunset

US representatives to hold bipartisan discussion on climate solutions April 14

March 17, 2022

Tune in for a moderated discussion about bipartisan climate solutions with U.S. Reps. Joe Neguse of Colorado and John Curtis of Utah. Attendees may participate virtually or in person at the SEEC Auditorium.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano interviews retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal

Conversations with the Chancellor: On leadership with Stanley McChrystal

March 17, 2022

In case you missed the Feb. 28 discussion, watch as Chancellor Philip DiStefano and retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal talk about the invasion of Ukraine, how to develop leadership skills in any organization and more.