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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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  • CU Museum of Natural History can now be accessed from home!

    The CU Museum is now offering a wide range of exhibits and educational offerings for students, families and community members on our website under the Museum From Home tab. There, you can find our recent exhibits, some engaging activities to do with children at home or outside, and even some Zoom backgrounds of the BioLounge that may provide some nostalgic comfort and familiarity as you navigate online meetings and classes. Please check our websi…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    All Day

  • Mary Mattingly: Last Library

    Mary Mattingly is the CU Art Museum’s 2020 artist-in-residence. In her artwork, Mattingly combines Earth sciences, ecology and utopian ideas to communicate information about the Earth’s changing climate and human response to our physical environment. Her installation, Last Library: Reading Rooms, Bridges and Tools for Integrating Ecological Ethics into Practice, stems from her belief that art and ecotopian thought can cultivate social change. Arc…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    All Day

  • New Exhibit! Ross Sea: The Last Ocean

    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 

    May 28

    All Day

  • Disinformation During a Pandemic: The Politics of COVID-19

    Learn More & Register Here Presenter: Dr. Liz Skewes (CMCI) Description: The political polarization in the U.S. is shaping how media outlets are covering the COVID-19 crisis and how the public is responding to information and disinformation. In this webinar, we’ll look at how major news organizations are framing the pandemic, how social media is contributing (or not) to the public conversation, and what can be done to better inform citizens abo…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    12:00 PM

  • Publication Bootcamp: Summer 2020 Edition

    Want to publish but find yourself getting caught up in other obligations? Worried about the summer productivity slump? Need a group to workshop your paper with? Look no further. The Graduate School and Office of Postdoctoral Affairs invite all graduate students and postdocs to join a 12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp! Join Dr. Sarah Tynen (pictured here) for our bootcamp to commit to a weekly meeting all summer to finally get the accountabilit…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 4

    12:00 PM

  • Legal Ramifications of the Nation’s Response to the Pandemic

    Learn More & Register Here Presenter: Craig Konnoth (Law) About the Presenter: Professor Konnoth writes in health and civil rights, as well as on health data regulation. His publications have appeared or will appear in the Yale Law Journal, the Stanford Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, the Penn Law Review, and the Iowa Law Review. He is also active in LGBT rights litigation and has filed briefs in the Supreme Court and the Tenth Circuit on…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 5

    12:00 PM

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream [postponed]: By William Shakespeare

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this production until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 6

    8:00 PM

  • Habits, Happiness, and Productivity Workshop

    For this month's free workshop the Postdoctoral Association of Colorado Boulder partnered up with the Graduate School for an amazing session given by Leslie Blood, the director of the Graduate Community and Professional Development. Come join us for a workshop on habits, happiness and productivity! This is a challenging time for all of us, but with a little planning and determination, we can still increase our work output while decreasing ou…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 12

    10:00 AM

  • CU New Opera Workshop [postponed]

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this event until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 12

    7:30 PM

  • All's Well That Ends Well [postponed]: By William Shakespeare

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this production until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 20

    7:30 PM

  • CU Museum of Natural History can now be accessed from home!

    The CU Museum is now offering a wide range of exhibits and educational offerings for students, families and community members on our website under the Museum From Home tab. There, you can find our recent exhibits, some engaging activities to do with children at home or outside, and even some Zoom backgrounds of the BioLounge that may provide some nostalgic comfort and familiarity as you navigate online meetings and classes. Please check our websi…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    All Day

  • Mary Mattingly: Last Library

    Mary Mattingly is the CU Art Museum’s 2020 artist-in-residence. In her artwork, Mattingly combines Earth sciences, ecology and utopian ideas to communicate information about the Earth’s changing climate and human response to our physical environment. Her installation, Last Library: Reading Rooms, Bridges and Tools for Integrating Ecological Ethics into Practice, stems from her belief that art and ecotopian thought can cultivate social change. Arc…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    All Day

  • New Exhibit! Ross Sea: The Last Ocean

    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 

    May 28

    All Day

  • Disinformation During a Pandemic: The Politics of COVID-19

    Learn More & Register Here Presenter: Dr. Liz Skewes (CMCI) Description: The political polarization in the U.S. is shaping how media outlets are covering the COVID-19 crisis and how the public is responding to information and disinformation. In this webinar, we’ll look at how major news organizations are framing the pandemic, how social media is contributing (or not) to the public conversation, and what can be done to better inform citizens abo…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    May 28

    12:00 PM

  • Publication Bootcamp: Summer 2020 Edition

    Want to publish but find yourself getting caught up in other obligations? Worried about the summer productivity slump? Need a group to workshop your paper with? Look no further. The Graduate School and Office of Postdoctoral Affairs invite all graduate students and postdocs to join a 12-Week Summer Publication Bootcamp! Join Dr. Sarah Tynen (pictured here) for our bootcamp to commit to a weekly meeting all summer to finally get the accountabilit…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 4

    12:00 PM

  • Legal Ramifications of the Nation’s Response to the Pandemic

    Learn More & Register Here Presenter: Craig Konnoth (Law) About the Presenter: Professor Konnoth writes in health and civil rights, as well as on health data regulation. His publications have appeared or will appear in the Yale Law Journal, the Stanford Law Review, the Hastings Law Journal, the Penn Law Review, and the Iowa Law Review. He is also active in LGBT rights litigation and has filed briefs in the Supreme Court and the Tenth Circuit on…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 5

    12:00 PM

  • A Midsummer Night's Dream [postponed]: By William Shakespeare

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this production until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 6

    8:00 PM

  • Habits, Happiness, and Productivity Workshop

    For this month's free workshop the Postdoctoral Association of Colorado Boulder partnered up with the Graduate School for an amazing session given by Leslie Blood, the director of the Graduate Community and Professional Development. Come join us for a workshop on habits, happiness and productivity! This is a challenging time for all of us, but with a little planning and determination, we can still increase our work output while decreasing ou…

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 12

    10:00 AM

  • CU New Opera Workshop [postponed]

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this event until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 12

    7:30 PM

  • All's Well That Ends Well [postponed]: By William Shakespeare

    Unfortunately, we are postponing this production until summer 2021 as part of the CU Boulder campus response related to COVID-19. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we navigate this unprecedented situation. For more information: CU Presents public health update

    On-Campus  |   Event Details 

    Jun 20

    7:30 PM