Join us for the sixth annual Health & Wellness Summit. This event is free and open to CU faculty, staff and students. Check out the Employee Wellness and Benefits Fair, Student Wellness Experience and a variety of engaging presentations.
All are invited to donate blood during the Staff Council blood drive, celebrating the Rocky Mountain Showdown later in the week. Be the Match will also be on site to help interested campus members learn about and join its registry.
Stop by the Health & Wellness Summit Sept. 13–14 to take a tour of the new Rec Center fitness space; join activities such as mindful painting; and tune in to presentations on relationships and boundaries, mental health and trauma, the science of happiness and much more.
Chancellor Philip DiStefano will discuss the value and importance of a four-year degree and how CU Boulder is positioning its students for success. All are invited to attend the address Sept. 26, which will include a free buffet breakfast.
David Gergen, political commentator, author and adviser to four U.S. presidents from both parties, will share lessons he’s learned, as well as offer advice on becoming a leader, overcoming setbacks and building coalitions.
Off-Campus Housing & Neighborhood Relations invites all residents—students, grad students, families and other neighbors—to four block parties in September in neighborhoods around campus. Enjoy games, free food and activities to get to know your neighbors.