CU Boulder Where You Are will feature four episodes this season on what a holistic approach to student wellness really means, why inclusion matters, the power of storytelling and how the scientific process can help us build cultural understanding.
The BOLD Center and the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences will host a special presentation by NASA's Christine Darden. Darden will be speaking as a part of Black History Month celebrations, sharing her fascinating life experiences as an engineer.
Join CU students, Forever Buffs and expert panelists to discuss anti-racism and how we move forward. This first virtual Coloradan Conversation will bring stories from the Coloradan alumni magazine to life.
As part of the ATLAS Institute’s Whaaat!? Festival, Tracy Fullerton, creator of the award-winning "Walden, a game," will lead an interactive excursion into the innovative world of nature and video games in an online talk.
Hear from CU’s very own entrepreneurs (and alumni of the New Venture Challenge) about fostering innovation, undergoing the startup journey and how higher education is transforming to support original thinking.
Helmut Müller-Sievers, a professor in the Department of German and Slavic Languages and Literature, will deliver a virtual lecture, “On Common Ground—Goethe, the Modern Novel and the Diversity of Experience."
A number of CU affiliates testified before the Colorado Senate Education Committee, expressing support for a bill that would grant in-state tuition to members of American Indian nations with historical ties to Colorado.
A swallowable, remote-controlled robot that roams around inside a person’s intestines, using tools to perform procedures and sending back a live video stream of this funky pink environment? Now that’s some seriously cool science.
Facial recognition technology is now embedded in everything from our phones and computers to surveillance systems at the mall and airport. But it tends to misidentify certain populations and can be used to discriminate. Microsoft Research Fellow Morgan Klaus Scheuerman wants to change that.