At the end of January, I shared how new immigration restrictions based on a presidential executive order might affect our campus. I have heard from many in our community about their continuing concern and want to share an update on our campus efforts.
In recent weeks, the tenor of conversations about events shaping our nation has intensified noticeably. As a member of the campus’ leadership, I wanted to reach out to let you know we are closely monitoring how changes might affect our research community.
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.
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.