On Thursday, Feb. 9, Kathleen Stewart, chair and professor at University of Texas at Austin, will speak on affect: the ordinary, the senses, and modes of ethnographic engagement based on curiosity and attachment.
Join University of Colorado Law School on Tuesday, Feb. 7, for a discussion with environmental leaders and law faculty about the challenges and opportunities facing environmental organizations under the new administration.
A unique musical work composed for string quartet and Native American flute, "Anthem of the Ancestors" tells the history of North America's first peoples from a personal Native American perspective. Premieres Feb. 3 and 4.
Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation Terri Fiez has selected a team housed within the Grand Challenge initiative to execute a definition study exploring how research computing on the cloud might benefit CU Boulder and its partners in the future.
The university and the city have finalized terms of an agreement on future electric services should a city-owned electric utility begin providing service to customers in Boulder. The agreement goes before City Council on Feb. 7.
Registration is now open for the February and March CU Discover sessions. New employees are invited to bring a brown-bag lunch and join subject matter experts as part of the year-long onboarding program.
From Feb. 10 through 12, the classical guitar will take center stage in the third CU International Guitar Festival and Competition. The festival’s finale will feature 40 competing guitarists from China, Italy, Mexico and all over the United States.