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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.

  • Take A Closer Look

    New exhibit features curated objects from the CU Museum and the macro photography of Felix Salizar. Take A Closer Look features an intimate and elegant collection of curated items that explores specimens and objects from the CU Museum. Each item is actively and currently used by researchers to learn more about the natural world and the humans who share this planet. The exhibition features specimens that represent the ancient world to present day…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    All Day

  • Charrería: Exploring the human-horse connection in Mexican Rodeo

    Beginning in the new year 2024, the Center of the American West welcomes our first in-house exhibition! Featuring 21 stunning black & white and color photographs taken by CU alum Chris Sessions, this exhibit explores the human-horse connection in charrería, the national sport of Mexico. For ten years, Sessions has been documenting charrería (also known as Mexican rodeo) as experienced by Colorado-local professionals, their families and communiti…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    10:00 AM

  • Personal Trainer Prep Course

    This course follows the American Council on Exercise (ACE) curriculum for personal trainers. In this course, you will learn practical applications for individual and small group program design as well as basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. At the end of this course, you will be ready to take the ACE-certification exam to become a personal trainer. Textbooks and study materials are included in course fee. Days: Every Monday and Wedn…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    3:30 PM

  • Academic Success in CEAS: Map Your Month Mondays!

    Join us each month for a guided activity which is designed to support you with timely, actionable items you can take to stay on track this semester. Drop-in anytime! Jan 22 - Overall semester planning with semester on a page tool Feb 12- study planning tool for your midterms March 4- prioritize all your tasks using a priority tool April 1- Finals study planning and beyond guide Don't want to forget? Add the full series to your calendar below…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    6:30 PM

  • Arabic Culture Night - Dabke Dance

    The Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations invites you to Arabic Cultural Night - Dabke. Dabke is a national dance in the Levant area in the Arab World. The event will host Nashame, a Colorado-based Dabke troupe. We will start with a short presentation on the history and significance of the dance, followed by performances by the troupe. They will engage the audience while teaching them somebasic steps, and we will end the evnet with some…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    6:30 PM

  • Guest Recital: Rami El-Farrah, saxophone

    CU Boulder College of Music presents an evening with saxophonist Dr. Rami El-Farrah from The University of Texas at San Antonio, joined by Assistant Teaching Professor of Collaborative Piano Dr. Suyeon Kim. The performance will feature works by Antonio Vivaldi, Brett Kreoning, Fazıl Say and Zad Moultaka. CU Boulder College of Music welcomes professional musicians from around the world in its series of guest artist recitals. It’s a once-in-a-life…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    7:30 PM

  • Weekly Write-In for Grad Students - Spring 2024

    Time to show up and write! Do you need a dedicated space to help you focus on your academic writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal of these sessions is to devote a few hours to your writing each week to help build your writing habit, to promote accountability with your peers by working alongside your fellow graduate students, and by tracking your progress regularly. We will host the session every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    8:30 AM

  • Mornings at the Museum

    Bring your favorite preschooler from 9 AM–11:0030 AM, every other Tuesday, (through April 30, 2024) for a FREE hands-on introduction to the wonderful world of science and nature! Each event explores a different theme of the natural world. From “small” things like insects and amphibians to “big” things like dinosaurs, sun or the stars. Participants will be able to play, make and learn in the Discovery Corner and take-home materials to help support…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    9:00 AM

  • GPSG Rules & Finance Committee

    The Rules and Finance Committee (RFC) is responsible for reviewing GPSG expenditures, advising on the creation of the annual budget, and reviewing the constitution and bylaws. RFC will not have a meeting on 3/26/24 as it is Spring Break, the committee will resume its regular session beginning 4/2/24.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    12:00 PM

  • Engineering Accountability Study Hall!

    Stay more focused and productive when working around others that are doing the same! The academic success team and engineering peers will be hosting accountability study halls every Tuesday. Join others in their productive zone and get stuff done! We will be using a timing tool that allows for study/work sessions with strategic short breaks. Drop in anytime Don't want to forget? Add the full series to your Google or Outlook calendar below! ⬇️…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    2:30 PM

  • Take A Closer Look

    New exhibit features curated objects from the CU Museum and the macro photography of Felix Salizar. Take A Closer Look features an intimate and elegant collection of curated items that explores specimens and objects from the CU Museum. Each item is actively and currently used by researchers to learn more about the natural world and the humans who share this planet. The exhibition features specimens that represent the ancient world to present day…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    All Day

  • Charrería: Exploring the human-horse connection in Mexican Rodeo

    Beginning in the new year 2024, the Center of the American West welcomes our first in-house exhibition! Featuring 21 stunning black & white and color photographs taken by CU alum Chris Sessions, this exhibit explores the human-horse connection in charrería, the national sport of Mexico. For ten years, Sessions has been documenting charrería (also known as Mexican rodeo) as experienced by Colorado-local professionals, their families and communiti…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    10:00 AM

  • Personal Trainer Prep Course

    This course follows the American Council on Exercise (ACE) curriculum for personal trainers. In this course, you will learn practical applications for individual and small group program design as well as basic knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. At the end of this course, you will be ready to take the ACE-certification exam to become a personal trainer. Textbooks and study materials are included in course fee. Days: Every Monday and Wedn…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    3:30 PM

  • Academic Success in CEAS: Map Your Month Mondays!

    Join us each month for a guided activity which is designed to support you with timely, actionable items you can take to stay on track this semester. Drop-in anytime! Jan 22 - Overall semester planning with semester on a page tool Feb 12- study planning tool for your midterms March 4- prioritize all your tasks using a priority tool April 1- Finals study planning and beyond guide Don't want to forget? Add the full series to your calendar below…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    6:30 PM

  • Arabic Culture Night - Dabke Dance

    The Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations invites you to Arabic Cultural Night - Dabke. Dabke is a national dance in the Levant area in the Arab World. The event will host Nashame, a Colorado-based Dabke troupe. We will start with a short presentation on the history and significance of the dance, followed by performances by the troupe. They will engage the audience while teaching them somebasic steps, and we will end the evnet with some…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    6:30 PM

  • Guest Recital: Rami El-Farrah, saxophone

    CU Boulder College of Music presents an evening with saxophonist Dr. Rami El-Farrah from The University of Texas at San Antonio, joined by Assistant Teaching Professor of Collaborative Piano Dr. Suyeon Kim. The performance will feature works by Antonio Vivaldi, Brett Kreoning, Fazıl Say and Zad Moultaka. CU Boulder College of Music welcomes professional musicians from around the world in its series of guest artist recitals. It’s a once-in-a-life…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 4

    7:30 PM

  • Weekly Write-In for Grad Students - Spring 2024

    Time to show up and write! Do you need a dedicated space to help you focus on your academic writing? Sign up to attend our weekly write-in sessions. The goal of these sessions is to devote a few hours to your writing each week to help build your writing habit, to promote accountability with your peers by working alongside your fellow graduate students, and by tracking your progress regularly. We will host the session every Tuesday from 8:30 a.m…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    8:30 AM

  • Mornings at the Museum

    Bring your favorite preschooler from 9 AM–11:0030 AM, every other Tuesday, (through April 30, 2024) for a FREE hands-on introduction to the wonderful world of science and nature! Each event explores a different theme of the natural world. From “small” things like insects and amphibians to “big” things like dinosaurs, sun or the stars. Participants will be able to play, make and learn in the Discovery Corner and take-home materials to help support…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    9:00 AM

  • GPSG Rules & Finance Committee

    The Rules and Finance Committee (RFC) is responsible for reviewing GPSG expenditures, advising on the creation of the annual budget, and reviewing the constitution and bylaws. RFC will not have a meeting on 3/26/24 as it is Spring Break, the committee will resume its regular session beginning 4/2/24.

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    12:00 PM

  • Engineering Accountability Study Hall!

    Stay more focused and productive when working around others that are doing the same! The academic success team and engineering peers will be hosting accountability study halls every Tuesday. Join others in their productive zone and get stuff done! We will be using a timing tool that allows for study/work sessions with strategic short breaks. Drop in anytime Don't want to forget? Add the full series to your Google or Outlook calendar below! ⬇️…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Mar 5

    2:30 PM