Explore recent news and announcements about outreach and engagement programs, resources, and activities.
Arctic Awareness Week Keynote to Address Climate Change and its Impact on Polar Bears April 17 - Apr 9th, 2013
Join the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History and the Consulate General of Canada at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 17 at the CU-Boulder Visual Arts Complex, room 1B20 (lower level), 1085 18th St., for a co-hosted discussion with keynote speaker Ian Stirling, Ph.D., adjunct professor University of Alberta and...
CU-Boulder Professor to Discuss the History of America’s Favorite Pastime on April 18 at TSJC - Apr 8th, 2013
Tom Zeiler, University of Colorado Boulder professor of history and international relations, plans to take the town of Trinidad “out to the ballgame” with a discussion about the history of baseball at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 18 in the Massari Theater at Trinidad State Junior College (TSJC).
Zeiler will discuss baseball...
CU-Boulder Undergraduates Join Community Members, Elected Officials to Honor Life, Legacy and Values of Cesar Chavez in Lafayette Celebration - Apr 1st, 2013
LAFAYETTE – On Friday, April 5, community members will pay tribute to civil rights leader Cesar Chavez during Lafayette’s ninth annual “Seeds of Justice” march and rally coordinated by Lafayette youth and University of Colorado Boulder students.
The event will commence at 4 p.m. with a community march outside of...
CU-Boulder Professor to Discuss Anne Hutchinson and Her Historic Banishment at the Louisville Library Event April 10 - Apr 1st, 2013
Nan Goodman, University of Colorado Boulder professor of English, will lead a discussion about Anne Hutchinson and her famous colonial banishment at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 10 at the Louisville Library, 951 Spruce Street.
Known as a Puritan rebel, Anne Hutchinson was famously tried before secular and religious courts where she...
Memo: Call for 2013-2014 Outreach Award Proposals - Mar 28th, 2013
Dear Faculty Colleagues, Directors, and Staff:
We are pleased to announce a call for proposals for outreach funds to be awarded by the CU-Boulder Outreach Committee in June 2013. Individual faculty applicants may request up to $8,000 for each project; interdisciplinary or interdepartmental faculty groups may request from $8,000- $24,000 for...
Breaking Ground: CU-Boulder Students Get Real Experience by Design - Mar 27th, 2013
In class one recent Monday, a group of CU-Boulder undergraduates in environmental design met with a city of Boulder official to review their building plans, soon to be constructed by the students at the local Admiral Burke Park. That’s when they learned of a hitch.
The student team can’t build on...
Online Tool Offers Colorado Communities Help Identifying Proven Youth Development Programs - Mar 26th, 2013
Colorado communities have a new tool to help identify programs aimed at developing healthy children free from problems like bullying, violence, obesity and depression.
The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado Boulder, in partnership with the Annie E. Casey Foundation, today launched a new...
‘Chasing Ice’ Filmmaker to Discuss His Gripping Glacial Photography and Debut Unseen Footage at Macky Auditorium April 1 - Mar 19th, 2013
Filmmaker and adventurer James Balog will share his stirring and beautiful glacial photography revealing changes in climate at a free and public event on Monday, April 1 at 7 p.m. in the University of Colorado Boulder’s Macky Auditorium.
The event, “A Conversation with James Balog on the Art of Chasing Ice,”...
CU-Boulder Biologist to Discuss Environmental Changes and Local and Regional Impacts on March 26 - Mar 18th, 2013
Have you noticed changes in the meadow, forest and alpine landscapes of the Rockies? On Tuesday, March 26, Tim Seastedt, University of Colorado Boulder professor of biology, will lead a discussion about how environmental changes affect local and regional plants and animal species.
The program, “Remaking the Rockies: Local and Regional...
NASA’s Next Mars Mission Invites Public to Come Aboard - Mar 15th, 2013
NASA’s next Mars mission is giving students and the public worldwide an opportunity to have a personal connection with space exploration through a new education and public outreach effort called the “Going to Mars” campaign. The campaign is led on behalf of the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution, or MAVEN...
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