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Oct. 24: Strategies to promote political, civic engagement in learning spaces

Oct. 17, 2022

As part of a critical dialogues series, Professor Janet Donovan will share ways faculty can engage students in dialogue on political and civic engagement, as well as strategies to foster an inclusive and respectful space.

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Simchat Torah: A Jewish holiday of reading, renewal and resilience

Oct. 14, 2022

Simchat Torah is about more than beginning to read the Torah all over again. It’s about the need to reexamine what we think we know, over and over again. CU expert Sam Boyd shares on The Conversation.

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Students, parents: Why no text alert for shooting on the Hill?

Oct. 13, 2022

CU Boulder community members are asking questions about the campus’s notification processes. Learn about CU Emergency Alerts, generally for on-campus incidents, CU Advisories, generally for off-campus incidents, and more.

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IDEA Council to hold public forum Oct. 27

Oct. 13, 2022

IDEA Council members plan to touch on IDEA Plan recommendations for supporting staff, faculty and other university employees. As evidenced by the results of the Campus Culture Survey, employees’ sense of belonging, retention and other experiences hinge on their relationships with supervisors.

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Tune in for the State of the Research & Innovation Enterprise webinar Oct. 17

Oct. 11, 2022

In CU Boulder's first State of the Research & Innovation Enterprise webinar, Acting Vice Chancellor Massimo Ruzzene will share compelling trends, insights and aspirations from the university’s thriving research and innovation activities.

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Faculty funding workshops to include seed grant info, writing seminars, more

Oct. 10, 2022

There are still plenty of opportunities this fall to get help toward funding your research, scholarship and creative work. Join the Research & Innovation Office’s faculty webinars and workshops.

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Immerse yourself in a sinister Shakespearean revenge story through Oct. 16

Oct. 7, 2022

Murderers, ghosts and dead monarchs—Shakespeare’s creepiest characters have sprung from his pages and trapped him in a prison cell while they run amok in this immersive campus performance. Get your ShakesFear tickets!

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Teaching, clinical faculty: Workshop series to address unique career challenges

Oct. 7, 2022

The Office of Faculty Affairs is launching a virtual workshop series designed to support early-, mid- and late-career teaching and clinical faculty. Set for Oct. 14, register for the first session on finding purpose in academic service.

Professor Andrew Hamilton teaches about black holes while wearing a wizard costume

CU Wizards series brings eye-widening talks, demos to enthusiasts of all ages

Oct. 7, 2022

Frankenstein, rocks from space, sink or swim, cumulus clouds, and the chemistry of cooking—these are just some of the science topics on tap for this semester's family-friendly CU Wizards series, led primarily by faculty.

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3 scientists win support for high-risk, high-reward research

Oct. 7, 2022

With awards to Lisa Hiura, Sara Sawyer and Aaron Whiteley, the National Institutes of Health has funded CU Boulder researchers’ work on mental illnesses, better HIV vaccines and improved cancer treatments.

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