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Discover the latest outreach and engagement lectures, exhibits, performances and more presented by faculty, staff and students both on- and off-campus.

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To add an event to this calendar listing, use the campus Events Calendar and choose “Outreach and Engagement” in both the Group and Interest categories.

  • Virtual Exhibit -- Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English and Spanish)

    The Ross Sea Antarctica is the last ocean frontier not yet irreversibly harmed by human activity. Pollution, invasive species and overfishing rendered the region under siege. For over 12 years, Boulder artist John Weller, a team of scientists, policy makers and ordinary citizens from around the world worked tirelessly to designate the Ross Sea a protected status in an effort to save species and preserve a significant site of climate research. In …

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    All Day

  • Weekly Write-In for Grad Students

    Do you need a dedicated time and space to help you focus on your writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal of these sessions is to promote accountability by devoting a few hours to your writing each week. Use techniquies like pomodoros to break down your focus time into intervals followed by short breaks so you use your time effectively. We will host the session every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., with alternating lo…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    8:30 AM

  • Staff Council Blood Drive Committee Meeting

    Boulder Campus Staff Council has been hosting blood drives since 1973. Since this partnership began, the CU Boulder campus community has saved or enhanced over 106,000 lives!

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    10:00 AM

  • Introduction to ArcGIS Pro

    Have you given ArcGIS Pro a try? ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s latest full-featured desktop GIS application (and eventual replacement to ArcMap). GIS users familiar with ArcMap will find much of the same functionality in ArcGIS Pro with a much needed update to the user interface—it is actually quite intuitive. In this workshop, Phil White will introduce participants to the Pro interface, review new features, and walk participants through common GIS proced…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    12:00 PM

  • Horses and people in the American West – an archaeological perspective via Zoom

    Horses are not just an animal, but a way of life across much of the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and American Southwest. But when – and how – did horses reach the West? And what legacy have they left in our world today? Join Dr. William Taylor as he shares insights from the scientific study of ancient horse remains – that may force us to reframe how we think about the history of humans and horses in North America. Presented in conjunction wi…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    7:00 PM

  • Faculty Tuesdays: 1919: Viola Sonatas of Hindemith and Clarke

    Richard O’Neill—newly appointed violist of the Takács Quartet—makes his Faculty Tuesdays debut joining longtime friend and colleague Margaret McDonald, piano, for an evening of sonatas by Franz Schubert, Paul Hindemith and Rebecca Clarke. Renowned College of Music faculty artists perform with students and colleagues in chamber music recitals featuring world premieres and beloved classics. Free most Tuesdays August through March. For complete in…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    7:30 PM

  • UROP Sidewalk Symposium

    UROP's Sidewalk Symposium invites undergraduates to create and share their research and creative presentations with chalk on campus walkways—all in collaboration with a professional artist.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 22

    9:00 AM

  • Taking control of your sexual health: Wellness Wednesday

    Explore how to set boundaries, pickup free safer sex supplies and learn about resources.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 22

    2:00 PM

  • A Celebration of Outreach and Community Engagement

    Faculty, staff and students join us for the first Coffee & Conversations on Community Engagement event of the semester! Enjoy coffee and snacks outside on the Continuing Education patio, as we discuss outreach and community-engaged research, teaching and creative work with those new to this work as well as veteran practitioners. Connect with staff from the Office for Outreach and Engagement and CU Engage, and network with others from across ca…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 23

    12:00 PM

  • Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Reading Group @ALTEC

    The SLA Reading Group invites language faculty and graduate students to join us for thought-provoking discussions around key issues in second language teaching. This group offers an opportunity to create an informal community of practice to reflect on our teaching practices, sharpen our skills, and have an impact on learning outcomes. We welcome reading suggestions from all participants, thus creating a variety of topics to reflect on. This fa…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 23

    4:00 PM

  • Virtual Exhibit -- Ross Sea: The Last Ocean (in English and Spanish)

    The Ross Sea Antarctica is the last ocean frontier not yet irreversibly harmed by human activity. Pollution, invasive species and overfishing rendered the region under siege. For over 12 years, Boulder artist John Weller, a team of scientists, policy makers and ordinary citizens from around the world worked tirelessly to designate the Ross Sea a protected status in an effort to save species and preserve a significant site of climate research. In …

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    All Day

  • Weekly Write-In for Grad Students

    Do you need a dedicated time and space to help you focus on your writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal of these sessions is to promote accountability by devoting a few hours to your writing each week. Use techniquies like pomodoros to break down your focus time into intervals followed by short breaks so you use your time effectively. We will host the session every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m., with alternating lo…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    8:30 AM

  • Staff Council Blood Drive Committee Meeting

    Boulder Campus Staff Council has been hosting blood drives since 1973. Since this partnership began, the CU Boulder campus community has saved or enhanced over 106,000 lives!

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    10:00 AM

  • Introduction to ArcGIS Pro

    Have you given ArcGIS Pro a try? ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s latest full-featured desktop GIS application (and eventual replacement to ArcMap). GIS users familiar with ArcMap will find much of the same functionality in ArcGIS Pro with a much needed update to the user interface—it is actually quite intuitive. In this workshop, Phil White will introduce participants to the Pro interface, review new features, and walk participants through common GIS proced…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    12:00 PM

  • Horses and people in the American West – an archaeological perspective via Zoom

    Horses are not just an animal, but a way of life across much of the Rocky Mountains, Great Plains, and American Southwest. But when – and how – did horses reach the West? And what legacy have they left in our world today? Join Dr. William Taylor as he shares insights from the scientific study of ancient horse remains – that may force us to reframe how we think about the history of humans and horses in North America. Presented in conjunction wi…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    7:00 PM

  • Faculty Tuesdays: 1919: Viola Sonatas of Hindemith and Clarke

    Richard O’Neill—newly appointed violist of the Takács Quartet—makes his Faculty Tuesdays debut joining longtime friend and colleague Margaret McDonald, piano, for an evening of sonatas by Franz Schubert, Paul Hindemith and Rebecca Clarke. Renowned College of Music faculty artists perform with students and colleagues in chamber music recitals featuring world premieres and beloved classics. Free most Tuesdays August through March. For complete in…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 21

    7:30 PM

  • UROP Sidewalk Symposium

    UROP's Sidewalk Symposium invites undergraduates to create and share their research and creative presentations with chalk on campus walkways—all in collaboration with a professional artist.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 22

    9:00 AM

  • Taking control of your sexual health: Wellness Wednesday

    Explore how to set boundaries, pickup free safer sex supplies and learn about resources.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 22

    2:00 PM

  • A Celebration of Outreach and Community Engagement

    Faculty, staff and students join us for the first Coffee & Conversations on Community Engagement event of the semester! Enjoy coffee and snacks outside on the Continuing Education patio, as we discuss outreach and community-engaged research, teaching and creative work with those new to this work as well as veteran practitioners. Connect with staff from the Office for Outreach and Engagement and CU Engage, and network with others from across ca…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 23

    12:00 PM

  • Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Reading Group @ALTEC

    The SLA Reading Group invites language faculty and graduate students to join us for thought-provoking discussions around key issues in second language teaching. This group offers an opportunity to create an informal community of practice to reflect on our teaching practices, sharpen our skills, and have an impact on learning outcomes. We welcome reading suggestions from all participants, thus creating a variety of topics to reflect on. This fa…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Sep 23

    4:00 PM