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Colloquium series to explore artificial intelligence in classroom and beyond

Feb. 24, 2023

The Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting a three-session series through early April amid an explosion of interest in artificial intelligence. The colloquia, sponsored by Boulder Faculty Assembly and Academic Affairs, will include guest presentations and open discussions.

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Need help getting your affairs in order? Learn about wills, trusts March 1

Feb. 23, 2023

Estate planning is important for everyone and can help you plan out your wishes and the needs of your survivors, while minimizing tax losses. Join this workshop to learn more about how you can get organized and protect your legacy.

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Join Thriving in Community, a Feb. 23 workshop for new faculty

Feb. 20, 2023

For faculty in their first three years at CU Boulder, join a workshop on faculty relations and governance, with discussion of the resources, supports and options available through the Boulder Faculty Assembly, Office of Faculty Affairs and Faculty Ombuds.

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Dealing with porcupines—a workshop Feb. 28

Feb. 20, 2023

This event is for all faculty. Need to calm a combative conversation? Consider BIFF, the High Conflict Institute’s method of responding to difficult people, personal attacks, hostile emails and meltdowns. Learn more at this event.

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Join the Journey to Inclusive Cultures Workshop

Feb. 3, 2023

CU Boulder's Inclusive Culture Team will facilitate a three-part Journey to Inclusive Culture Workshop Series, especially for outreach and engagement professionals. The workshop will take place February–March.

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Science, coral reefs and YouTube: How diversity can save the world

Jan. 26, 2023

Diversity is important to the health of any ecosystem, whether it’s a coral reef or a university campus. That’s the message Mike Gil, marine biologist and CU Boulder assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, will deliver in this seminar on Jan. 30

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Join the Thriving as a Mentor workshop Jan. 26

Jan. 23, 2023

Thriving as a Mentor: Supporting Students Academically and Socioemotionally will cover supporting mentees/advisees and other students in their academic development and social/emotional well-being.

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Reinventing Yourself and Staying Relevant: A workshop Jan. 27

Jan. 23, 2023

Join us for this professional development workshop, focusing on the importance of creating a unique niche in your department, which involves remaining flexible with and open to changes in your career trajectory, understanding your department's needs and effectively integrating yourself into your department as an essential faculty member.

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Attend a Mental Health First Aid training this spring

Jan. 20, 2023

This training helps a person with no clinical training assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge or crisis—tailored for members of the higher education community. Attend sessions in February, March and April.

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Show yourself some love—A workshop Feb. 1

Jan. 17, 2023

February is a month focused on love, so take this opportunity to engage in a self-compassion practice. Pre-recorded options will be available for download in both English and Spanish.