Inaugural Distinguished Faculty Lecture, April 17

March 28, 2019

5:30 pm Student Commons 2600 Mathematics and Statistical Science Professor Stephanie Santorico , has been selected to deliver the Inaugural Distinguished Faculty Lecture: Cheek to Cheek: Genetic Discoveries and You .The data revolution in genetics has expanded our understanding of many diseases and traits. You name it, and scientists have...

Interdisciplinary Exchange – Shedding Light on a Higher Society: the Cultural Impacts of Cannabis, April 17

March 26, 2019

11:00 am – 12:30 pm Student Commons Building 1401 Featuring: Vanessa Fishback , Instructor in the Department of Chemistry and Director of the Biochemistry program, developed and teaches CHEM 4421/5421 Cannabis Chemistry. Cannabis Chemistry is a one semester upper division or graduate chemistry course covering everything you would ever want...

Jake Adam York Memorial Reading, April 11

March 26, 2019

6:30pm St. Cajetan’s Free and open to the public Q&A, book signing, & reception to follow: ALEXANDER CHEE is the author of the novels Edinburgh and The Queen of the Night , and the essay collection How To Write an Autobiographical Novel , all from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. He has...

City Council Debate for Denver District 9, April 9

March 26, 2019

6:00 – 9:00 pm Tivoli Turnhalle Student Government Association are co-hosting this event as an opportunity for all students, faculty and staff on campus, from all three institutions, as well as for the surrounding community to engage with their potential representatives and to participate civically.

CORRECTED DATE & TIME: Honi Haber Memorial Lecture, April 24

March 11, 2019

3:30pm Tivoli Room 444 Featuring Dr. Maudemarie Clark. Dr. Clark specializes in 19th century German philosophy and the author of Nietzsche on Truth and Philosophy (Cambridge University Press, Reprint, 1991) and The Soul of Nietzsche’s Beyond Good and Evil (Cambridge, 2012). Hosted by University of Colorado Denver Philosophy Department. More information

Auraria LBTQ Competency Open Training, April 4th

March 11, 2019

2:30-4:30 PM King Center, room 212 Open LGBTQ Competency Training (formerly known as Safe Zone Ally training), but an RSVP is required, as the space that we have is limited. Please RSVP to the Center’s Assistant Director, Kyla Hines .

Rethinq 101 2019, March 15

March 11, 2019

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM The Commons on Champa, 1245 Champa Street CU Denver’s ThinqStudio invites everyone to the spring event to explore designing the future of learning. Rethinq 101 is an unconference for exploring creative & active teaching with keynote Michael Wesch of ANTH101, plus this year’s ThinqStudio Faculty...

Meet the Author - Denver Food, A Culinary History, March 20

Feb. 27, 2019

4:00 pm—7:00 pm Student Commons Building Third Floor Solarium Follow the journey of food in Denver from dreams of gold to fine dining on LODO patios, as Spinner reads stories from her book and answers your questions about local culinary history. Denver Food is special because of the heart and...

ACUE Course Informational Session, March 19

Feb. 25, 2019

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Lawrence Street Center, Suite 1300 (CU Online Training Room) Want to learn more about the ACUE Course in Effective Teaching Practice entails? This informational session is designed to help faculty preview the awesome resources available through this course and consider if they are interested in...

Interdisciplinary Exchange – Deeper Than Taking a Knee: How Race and Gender Intersect with Sports in America, March 12

Feb. 25, 2019

11am – noon SCB 1401 Associate Dean and Economics Professor Laura Argys - Measuring labor market discrimination is difficult for a number of reasons but primary among them is that it is often difficult to identify 'comparable' workers. Because of the obsession with statistics, sports offers a unique opportunity to...

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