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Coloradan Conversations Sept. 7: Climate change, impact on human rights

Aug. 12, 2022

Climate change is increasing the frequency of natural disasters—and those disasters have enormous impacts on human life. Held in person and streamed live, Coloradan Conversations is an opportunity to gain insights and think differently about this important issue that impacts us all.

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2022 WelcomeFest concert lineup announced, Flux Pavilion to headline

Aug. 12, 2022

EDM producer Flux Pavilion will headline this year's concert on Aug. 20 at Farrand Field. Also slated to perform are Mike Dime, ZERØ and local artists Don Jamal and Chaysn. Admission is free to all students who provide their Buff OneCard at wristband locations.

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Do you teach on campus? Join the Fall Intensive Aug. 17–19

Aug. 10, 2022

Rich with content, the Center for Teaching and Learning's Fall Intensive will cover everything from the honor code and cheating to teaching contentious topics, using humor, and partnering with the University Libraries. Check out the 45-plus sessions!

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Curious about how to make the best Canvas course for your students?

Aug. 8, 2022

OIT is offering a number of Canvas trainings to help instructors with their fall courses, including sessions on building assignments and quizzes, designing more engaging Canvas pages, adding interactive video content and more advanced features.

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Abominations: Why hasn’t Lionel Shriver been canceled already?

Aug. 4, 2022

Join Aug. 31 as controversial novelist and commentator Lionel Shriver, in conversation with Benjamin Teitelbaum, discusses her first nonfiction book “Abominations: Selected essays from a career of courting self-destruction.”

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Employee Services: Staff with student debt should try Savi

Aug. 3, 2022

As a CU employee, you may qualify for Public Service Loan Forgiveness—a program that rewards college graduates who work in the public sector. CU is a qualifying employer and has a partnership with Savi, a social impact tech company. Learn more at a webinar Sept. 1.

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Get fall updates at virtual town hall Aug. 9

Aug. 2, 2022

Join Provost Russell Moore and Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke as they provide updates for the fall semester at CU Boulder. They will address academics, vaccine requirements, work modalities and more.

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Artist-focused documentary film fest returns Aug. 2–7

July 29, 2022

The Mimesis Documentary Festival is described as an immersive theatrical and virtual slate of movies, workshops and more with artists, producers and scholars from around the world.

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US Supreme Court review—a panel discussion Aug. 4

July 21, 2022

Join Colorado Law as a distinguished panel of former U.S. Supreme Court clerks and legal scholars discuss the notable cases the U.S. Supreme Court decided during the 2021–22 term and the impact of those decisions on practitioners.

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‘Feral wolf howl’ play about girlhood premieres at CU Boulder

July 20, 2022

Now through July 30, see the Pulitzer Prize finalist “Dance Nation” by Clare Barron performed in CU Boulder's Black Box Theater. The Colorado premiere features a host of students, alumni and faculty.