After about 10 years of living in Los Angeles trying to make a career as an actor, Ross Marquand was cast in the highest-rated TV series in cable history, "The Walking Dead," changing his life forever.
Vandana Shiva, a world-renowned policy expert, author, justice activist and trained nuclear and quantum physicist, will present "Eco-Social Justice on the Global Frontlines," March 22 at the Glen Miller Ballroom.
Tony Huizar is majoring in both political science and international affairs with a minor in leadership studies. His work at the Environmental Center on campus dovetails with his interest in eco-social justice and environmental justice issues.
On March 23, Silicon Flatirons will host a conference to bring together some of the nation’s brightest artists, lawyers, policymakers and academics to discuss the rapidly changing analysis of copyright infringement in music.
Catch the the Boulder Laptop Orchestra (BLOrk) in concert March 18. Boldly going where no laptop orchestra has gone before, BLOrk integrates technology with performers in an ensemble setting, providing live interaction between the two.
On March 17, BioFrontiers and CU Science Buffs will present "Telling Your Story: Science Communication in the Era of 'Fake News'" featuring veteran science journalists and science communication program directors Erika Check Hayden and Thomas Hayden.
On March 19, CU Athletics is hosting Healthy Kids Day before the CU women's lacrosse game against Oregon. The event will feature student-athletes from several sports and educate children on the importance of a healthy, active lifestyle.
Climate change is about as amusing as death, but the gallows can inspire a kind of humor. The March 17 "Stand Up for Climate Change" event aims to fuse the sobering topic of climate change with the unifying power of humor.