ThinqStudio Designing the Future of Learning Series, February - March

Feb. 12, 2019

This link can take you to more information about this Friday’s workshop and 3 more workshops upcoming, plus rethinq , our spring unconference on March 15. Digital Beginnings (An exploration of beginnings and transitions to digital pedagogy), Facilitated by ThinqStudio Fellow Ronica Rooks, Health & Behavioral Sciences, Friday, February 15,...

Daniels Fund Colloquium on Ethics in Communication: Live, Local, and Late-breaking: The Ethical Challenges of Producing Community News, February 28, 2019

Feb. 12, 2019

5:00 pm – 7:30 pm Student Commons 2600 Hear first-hand from Denver’s leading media producers about how to overcome to ethical dilemmas facing local news outlets in a time of rapid change in the journalism industry. Moderated by Gregg Moss. Reception with heavy appetizers from 5-6 pm. Program from 6-7:30.

CAM screening and conversations, February 13

Jan. 31, 2019

6:00 pm Science Building 1067 A screening of the feminist horror film CAM (which has been touring film festivals and has been picked up by Netflix) that tells the story of online sex worker Alice who finds her identity usurped by a doppelganger. The film uses horror to consider the...

Milo Mile, February 7

Jan. 29, 2019

Lace ‘em up for Milo’s 6th birthday. Run or walk a mile, starting at the Turnhalle, warm-ups at 9, race at 9:30, birthday brunch & awards afterwards. Register now . The first 100 students get a t-shirt, you can even sign up as a team.

SAVE THE DATE: Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture, March 13

Jan. 29, 2019

5:30pm Student Commons 2600 The next lecture in the series will be given by Dr. Richard Klein from Stanford University on the topic of Modern Human Origins. The event is free and open to the public; RSVP’s are requested at

Please Volunteer for the Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering Fair ON CAMPUS February 15th

Jan. 17, 2019

The Denver Metro Regional Science and Engineering fair relies on volunteers to make a great experience for the over 200 students who will participate on campus this February 15, 2019! Students, faculty and staff are all welcome, shifts vary in length, and any help is greatly appreciated:

Start of Semester Free Coffee and Snacks, January 22

Jan. 14, 2019

9am - 4pm NC 1030 All CLAS faculty, staff and students are invited for free coffee and snacks to kick off the term!

Center for Faculty Development Books@Work, February 6

Jan. 14, 2019

12:30 - 2:00pm LSC, Suite 320 Join us as we read and discuss "There There" by Tommy Orange. This novel is an ambitious mediation on identity and belonging. It is one of the New York Times 10 Best Books of the 2018. After you sign up we will deliver a...

Teaching LARGE* Online Classes, Meets Friday mornings: Feb 1, Feb. 15, Mar 8, Apr 26

Jan. 14, 2019

9:00 am - 10:30 am 320 LSC Teaching LARGE online classes (large can be defined in a variety of ways, if you feel like you teach a large class this Faculty Community of Practice is for you) can be a challenge! Join this small cross-disciplinary group of faculty who will...

Re-establishing Wonder through Writing, Nov. 16, 2018

Nov. 15, 2018

Interested in examining student self-reflection in your classrooms? This workshop explores ways to use free-writing across the disciplines for self-reflection, wonder and connecting more deeply with a topic.