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Confident Conversations—April 13 workshop for international grad students

April 5, 2022

This free workshop for international graduate students helps participants learn how to effectively express empathy amid failure or loss and compliment and congratulate in times of success. Register to attend.

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Shakespeare camps: Kids, teens invited to study theater on campus

March 21, 2022

Unlock the magic of Shakespeare’s language with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival’s wildly popular summer acting programs: Camp Shakespeare (ages 9–18) and Shakespeare’s Sprites (ages 6–9).

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PlayPosit training series available through mid-April

March 17, 2022

Do you teach with PlayPosit? The Office of Information Technolgy is hosting a series of interactive training sessions on using PlayPosit in new and innovative ways.

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CUPD to host free active harmer response class March 3

March 1, 2022

Learn what to do in an active harmer situation using the Run, Hide, Fight response protocol. Open to all students, faculty and staff, no registration is needed; simply show up ready to learn.

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Ombuds ‘lunch and learn’ March 22: Keeping conflict productive

Feb. 28, 2022

In this virtual skill building “lunch and learn” presented by Jenn Mahoney, learn where defensiveness comes from, explore what the likely triggers are, and discover a plan for how to disrupt it in the moment.

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Marshall Fire CONVERGE forum set for Feb. 17

Feb. 11, 2022

Researchers from all disciplines, practitioners from any organization and members of the community and general public are welcome to attend the second in a series of forums dedicated to research conducted in the immediate aftermath of the 2021 Boulder County fires.

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Brush up on proposal writing, peer editing, finding research dollars and more at faculty development workshops

Feb. 9, 2022

The Research & Innovation Office is launching its spring Faculty Development and Workshop calendar for 2022​. Faculty are encouraged to explore the full range of offerings for the rest of the semester, including the faculty writing opportunities.

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Practice 'heart opening' Feb. 14

Feb. 7, 2022

Compassion practices offer a way to extend care to ourselves and others, to replenish our energy and inspiration, and to help build resilience as we grapple with the impacts of life. This virtual session includes a guided practice and group discussion.

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Jan. 25 dialogue: Making mistakes, making amends

Jan. 24, 2022

In the Difficult Dialogues series, the Center for Humanities & the Arts and the University Libraries will facilitate a discussion of what it means to make a mistake and then repair the harm that happens when we mess up with our friends, peers, co-workers, family or on social media.

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Graduate students: Register for spring 2022 professional development offerings

Dec. 20, 2021

Bump up your professional readiness and register for one of these seminars for graduate students this spring.