OASIS (Opportunities, Art, Science, Inspiration, and Sustainability) will be a public art installation that is currently envisioned as a unique, custom built, culturally specific community gathering place incorporating the art, design ideas, and involvement of under served, at or below poverty level, mostly Latinx San Lazaro Mobile Home Park residents, especially middle and high school youth and their families, working in collaboration with CU ENVD students under the guidance of faculty member Marcel de Lange...
Observatory Field Trips for Schools
Sommers-Bausch Observatory (SBO) on the CU-Boulder campus offers a limited number of tours and educational programs each year for school groups and nonprofit organizations during daytime hours. Program coordinators can tailor the presentation to meet the special needs, interests, and educational background of the group. Topics range from "how does a telescope work?" to solar observations, atoms and spectroscopy, phases of the moon, and understanding solar and lunar eclipses...
Online Learning and Practice Communities
Depression during pregnancy is a major public health problem. Although effective practices for screening and treating antenatal depression exist, few pregnant women receive such services. Such a care gap highlights the critical need for new and innovative training models to educate healthcare professionals in how to identify and care for depressed pregnant women...
Opera Theatre Singers
The OTS is comprised of a select group of graduate students from the opera department. They perform a vast repertoire of operatic, music theatre, traditional, and contemporary selections. They also regularly present masterclasses to schools, which has been successful during the college audition season. OTS is happy to have open discussions with students about careers in voice, audition preparation and success, and college survival in music...
Organizing Alternatives to Gentrification in a Non-Dominant Community
This project is a continuation of a partnership between CU-Boulder and the food justice organization, ReVision. Jurow's team of graduate students in the School of Education have collaborated with students and faculty in different campus departments including the College of Business and the Alliance for Technology Learning and Society to support the transformation of the Westwood neighborhood in Denver from a food desert to a food oasis...
Upcoming Events Across Colorado (Off Campus)