Explore recent news and announcements about outreach and engagement programs, resources, and activities.
From Hip Hop to Forensic Anthropology: CU on the Weekend Spring Series Announced - Nov 15th, 2013
This spring, CU on the Weekend invites community members to explore topics with renowned CU-Boulder faculty and the Dean of Arts and Sciences. Faculty will discuss hip hop, Judaism, brain injury, and forensic anthropology in CU on the Weekend, a series of half-day, Saturday classes that are free and open...
MAVEN Launch Party to Engage K-12 Students, Faculty, and Staff on Nov. 18 - Nov 15th, 2013
On Nov. 18, all eyes will be on the sky – or screens at least— as NASA TV streams the launch of the MAVEN spacecraft.
The long-awaited Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN, or MAVEN, spacecraft is currently slated for launch at 11:28 a.m. (MST) on Monday, Nov. 18, and the campus...
Save the Date: Outreach and Engagement Assessment and Resource Workshop on Jan. 10 - Nov 15th, 2013
Are you interested in learning more about ways to assess the impacts of your outreach and engagement work?
The Office for University Outreach will sponsor a workshop for faculty and staff engaged in projects with external communities. Save the date for Friday, Jan. 10 from 10 a.m. to noon (with optional...
CU Psychologists to Present Resources for Families Struggling with Behavioral Health Concerns Nov. 13 - Nov 6th, 2013
Families seeking information about childhood psychiatric and developmental disorders are invited to a community open house with experts from the University of Colorado Boulder and the University of Colorado School of Medicine on Wednesday, Nov. 13, on the CU-Boulder campus.
Experts will address emerging research on early onset bipolar disorder, prevention...
CU-Boulder Archaeologist to Share Aztec Ruins Research, Photography at Trinidad State Junior College Nov. 12 - Nov 6th, 2013
A University of Colorado Boulder researcher will share never-before-seen photography and research on Aztec ruins in a public program on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. at Trinidad State Junior College’s Massari Theater.
The program, “Archival Archaeology: Reconstructing Aztec Ruins from the 1920s photos by Earl Morris,” invites the public to...
CU-Boulder Expands Popular Computers To Youth Program - Nov 5th, 2013
The University of Colorado Boulder Environmental Center is expanding its Computers To Youth program to include more students and more interactive activities.
Computers To Youth provides high school students from underrepresented communities with upgraded used computers and hands-on training from CU-Boulder student mentors. Its purpose is to benefit underserved youth in...
CU-Boulder Scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy to Reflect on Experiences During ‘Innovative Initiative’ - Oct 24th, 2013
The first-ever visiting scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy at CU-Boulder will discuss his experiences in academe during a Nov. 9 visit to Colorado Mesa University.
Steven Hayward, the inaugural visiting scholar in Conservative Thought and Policy at the University of Colorado Boulder, will offer reflections and observations on his early...
CU-Boulder’s Modernized Fiske Planetarium to Reopen Oct. 12 - Oct 11th, 2013
Sky gazers will be better immersed in spectacular views at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Fiske Planetarium since the dome’s nearly 40-year-old analog projector was replaced with a new digital “star ball” in a project completed this week.
The modernized Fiske, which now can show a wider range of media including...
The Style of Responsibility: INVST Community Studies’ Ethical Fashion Show is Oct. 19 - Oct 3rd, 2013
INVST Community Studies students at the University of Colorado Boulder will showcase sustainable style at the estETHICa Ethical Fashion Show on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. at the Philanthropiece Foundation Barn, 6105 Monarch Road between Boulder and Longmont.
The event is the semi-annual fundraising fashion show for the INVST Communities...
Panel at CU-Boulder to Discuss Extreme Weather and Connections to Climate Change: How Unusual were September’s Floods? - Sep 23rd, 2013
A panel of science experts will convene at the University of Colorado Boulder on Wednesday, Sept. 25, to discuss weather and climate related to the recent devastating floods.
Panelists from several institutions will discuss the unusual weather conditions that caused the floods, the historical context and the potential influence of human-caused...
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