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July 1 - 14, 2016

  

Friday, July 01, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Book Display: Tibet, Buddhism and the Dalai Lama (Multi-Day Event)
End Time 5:00 PM

The University Libraries joins the campus in welcoming the Dalai Lama to CU Boulder on Thursday, June 23rd. In preparation for his visit, explore the Tibet, Buddhism and the Dalai Lama book display located at the West Entrance of Norlin Library near the Circulation Desk. Learn about Tibetan art, Tibetan Buddhism and the lives of the current and past incarnations of the Dalai Lama. The display will run from Monday, June 13th through Friday, July 1st.  

Event Image Pay Day
All Day

Pay day for June 5, 2016 - June 18, 2016 pay period.
Event Image Scholarship Deadline: Railroad Association Scholarship
All Day

The American Association of Railroad Superintendents awards the Frank J. Richter Scholarship to multiple undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in the transportation field. Eligible applicants must be at least sophomores or above with a minimum 2.75 GPA.

Applicants must complete an application, submit transcripts, an essay and two letters of recommendation.

For more information and to apply, visit: http://www.railroadsuperintendents.org/FrankJRichter

Deadline to apply: July 1, 2016

StarTalk
7:30 AM - 6:00 PM

The University of Colorado’s Program for Teaching East Asia, in collaboration with the CU’s Anderson Language and Technology Center, will host a 2016 summer STARTALK program for 20 Chinese language teachers. This program, open to current Chinese language teachers in grades 6-16, will provide participants with practical experience implementing effective learning technologies appropriate for the Chinese language classroom. Based on the premise that the sustainability of both a program and its teachers increasingly depends on the teachers possessing skills and behaviors of a digital-age professional, this STARTALK program introduces the theory, standards, frameworks, knowledge, and practice necessary for incorporating into the curriculum, with comfort and ease, a range of learner-centered technology tools. Program participants will work with language technology specialists, experienced Chinese language curriculum designers, and master teachers from successful language programs to gain a clear understanding of and competency in a variety of technologies around which they can create effective and engaging lessons.

Program Dates:

May 25 – Application Deadline 
June 13-20 – Asynchronous Online Learning 
June 22-July 1 – Residential Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder

Click here for flyer and application. Contact Jon Zeljo at jon.zeljo@colorado.edu for more information.

Event Image Exhibit - Mirage and Myth: Distorting Our Perceptions Through Maps
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

The University Libraries are pleased to present an eclectic mix of its maps exploring the idea of myth.  Maps range from depictions of sea creatures, fantastical animals and "exotic" peoples in far-away lands, to propaganda maps with deliberate distortions and explorer's maps with honest mistakes. Ranging from medieval to contemporary, the exhibit showcases examples from many different cultures and geographic areas. Maps from the CU Art Museum and the Rocky Mountain Map Society’s member collections will also be on display.

Visit the Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library in Benson Earth Sciences between May 2nd and July 1st to see how maps can challenge our habitual perceptions of the world.

This exhibit is part of Rocky Mountain Map Society’s Map Month 2016: “Illusions, Delusions & Confusions”. For more information, visit http://rmmaps.org or email maplib@colorado.edu.

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibit - Japan and Disaster: 1670-1995
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Five years ago a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan off the coast of the Tōhoku region. The quake and the subsequent tsunami led to the death of 15,000 people. 2,500 are still missing. University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives features three centuries of works that highlight the resilience of Japan in the face of tragedy and disaster.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday, 10-4. For more information, please contact us at sca@colorado.edu or call (303) 492-6144. This exhibit will run through July 8th.  We're closed May 30th and July 4th.

Curated by University Libraries Assistant Professor and Japanese and Asian Studies Librarian Adam Lisbon.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Web Express Core Training
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

This session will focus on the basics elements of Web Express to get your started quickly on creating your website. We also cover creating accessible web content best practices with solutions to common accessibility issues.

Visit the Web Central website for more information on what is covered in Web Express Core Training.

Register for Web Express Training on the Web Central website.

Saturday, July 02, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Dead & Company at Folsom Field
6:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Dead & Company
Mickey Hart • Bill Kreutzmann • John Mayer • Bob Weir
with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti


The return of summer concerts to Folsom Field, presented by CU Program Council, CU Athletics and AEG Live.

Ticket Office opens at 3:30 p.m.
Parking garages and lots open at 3:30 p.m.
Gates at 5 p.m.

For more information, visit colorado.edu/deadandcompany

Sunday, July 03, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Equivocation
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM

By Bill Cain 
Directed by Wendy Franz 

Reluctant playwright and sleuth “Shag”—aka William Shakespeare—finds himself at the perilous crossroads between artistic integrity and survival when King James I commissions him to rewrite the history of England’s infamous Gunpowder Plot.

Event Image The Great American Sing-Along
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Come sing your hear out to a diverse menu of songs: silly, romantic, historical and patriotic, all assisted by volunteer song leaders and narrated by AMRC Director Tom Riis. Free lemonade!
University of Colorado Boulder College of Music
colorado.edu/music/events

Google map to venue

Event Image Dead & Company at Folsom Field
6:30 PM - 11:00 PM

Dead & Company
Mickey Hart • Bill Kreutzmann • John Mayer • Bob Weir
with Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti


The return of summer concerts to Folsom Field, presented by CU Program Council, CU Athletics and AEG Live.

Ticket Office opens at 3:30 p.m.
Parking garages and lots open at 3:30 p.m.
Gates at 5 p.m.

For more information, visit colorado.edu/deadandcompany

Monday, July 04, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Independence Day Holiday (No Classes; University Closed)
All Day

See Holiday Leave Schedule for a full list of official CU-Boulder holidays.
Event Image Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast
8:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Wright Kingdom Real Estate, The University of Colorado and The City of Boulder present Ralphie’s Independence Day Blast!

8 p.m. – Gates Open  Admission is Free
 
8:30 p.m. – The Mighty Twisters, Mad Hops jump rope team

The fireworks will begin as soon as it’s dark, approximately 9:40 p.m.

We will also have the Boy Scouts Color Guard to present the colors for the National Anthem, to help us remember the real reason for this celebration. Learn more at http://www.boulder4thofjuly.com/

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Payment plan automatic deduction/debit processing date for Summer 2016
All Day

If you are enrolled in a payment plan for Summer 2016 Main Campus tuition and fees, your automatic deduction or debit will be processed today.  You do not need to take further action.

Dates may be subject to change without notice.

Payment Plans

Event Image Time Collection Due
All Day

Off-Campus time collection is due July 5, 2016 for pay period June 19, 2016 - July 2, 2016. The pay date is July 15, 2016.

On-Campus time collection is due July 7, 2016 for pay period June 19, 2016 - July 2, 2016. The pay date is July 15, 2016.

Event Image Tuition due date Summer 2016 (4:30 pm)
8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

View and pay your bill in MyCUInfo.  (New and unpaid charges for Summer 2016.)

Billing and Due Dates

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibit - Japan and Disaster: 1670-1995
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Five years ago a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan off the coast of the Tōhoku region. The quake and the subsequent tsunami led to the death of 15,000 people. 2,500 are still missing. University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives features three centuries of works that highlight the resilience of Japan in the face of tragedy and disaster.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday, 10-4. For more information, please contact us at sca@colorado.edu or call (303) 492-6144. This exhibit will run through July 8th.  We're closed May 30th and July 4th.

Curated by University Libraries Assistant Professor and Japanese and Asian Studies Librarian Adam Lisbon.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Summer 2016 Session A & E Final Grading Deadline (11:59 p.m.)
All Day

For help with the web grading system, watch this grading video, access help documents on the grading page, or contact the Office of the Registrar during summer business hours: 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m., M–F.

See the Summer 2016 Grade Processing Calendar for more information.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibit - Japan and Disaster: 1670-1995
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Five years ago a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan off the coast of the Tōhoku region. The quake and the subsequent tsunami led to the death of 15,000 people. 2,500 are still missing. University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives features three centuries of works that highlight the resilience of Japan in the face of tragedy and disaster.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday, 10-4. For more information, please contact us at sca@colorado.edu or call (303) 492-6144. This exhibit will run through July 8th.  We're closed May 30th and July 4th.

Curated by University Libraries Assistant Professor and Japanese and Asian Studies Librarian Adam Lisbon.

Event Image Web Express Open Lab
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Open labs are a great opportunity for you to ask any specific questions about your site, work one-on-one with us on how to use any of the features, or to brainstorm ideas with us. 

If you are planning on attending, please fill out the Open Lab RSVP form.
Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Web Express Bundles Training
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

This session will give you an overview of the various Web Express Bundles. It is an opportunity to try out the bundles before enabling them on your site. You can also check out the Bundles demo in the features section.
Prerequisite: Web Express Core Training

Visit the Web Central website for more information on what is covered in Web Express Bundles Training.

Register for Web Express Bundles Training on the Web Central website.



Thursday, July 07, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Summer 2016 Courses Post to Transcripts
All Day

Before ordering an official transcript, check your unofficial transcript in MyCUInfo to make sure your courses have posted. If your courses do not appear on your unofficial transcript, then they won't appear on your official transcript.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibit - Japan and Disaster: 1670-1995
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Five years ago a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan off the coast of the Tōhoku region. The quake and the subsequent tsunami led to the death of 15,000 people. 2,500 are still missing. University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives features three centuries of works that highlight the resilience of Japan in the face of tragedy and disaster.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday, 10-4. For more information, please contact us at sca@colorado.edu or call (303) 492-6144. This exhibit will run through July 8th.  We're closed May 30th and July 4th.

Curated by University Libraries Assistant Professor and Japanese and Asian Studies Librarian Adam Lisbon.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Be Boulder Workshop
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Be Boulder. is a messaging platform that celebrates the potential and achievements of CU-Boulder students, faculty, staff, parents, alumni and supporters. We have been holding workshop sessions to discuss how the messaging can be used. In this session we will discuss how specific campus units can use Be Boulder in their communications. It will also include a brainstorming component and a question and answer portion. Everyone is welcome!

Learn more and sign up for a session here: https://www.colorado.edu/brand/how-use-be-boulder

 

Event Image Tuition Classification 101: Emancipation
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Regent Administrative Center, room 1B60 (lower level)

Anyone interested in petitioning for Colorado residency may attend an on-campus Tuition Classification 101 session; attendance is required for students needing to prove emancipation.

Sessions are scheduled on alternating Mondays and Thursdays from 2 to 3 p.m. during the semester. Seating is limited, so please reserve your seat by clicking the Register icon. An email with specific directions to the session will be sent out prior to the event.

Attending one of these sessions is the only way to obtain a residency petition for emancipation.

If you qualify for accommodations because of a disability, please submit your Disability Services letter to the Office of the Registrar in a timely manner so your needs can be addressed. Disability Services determines accommodations based on documented disabilities. Contact Disability Services at 303-492-8671 or by email at dsinfo@colorado.edu.
Event Image Tuition Classification 501: Non-Emancipation
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Location: Regent Administrative Center, room 1B60 (lower level)

Qualified adult, married or graduate students wishing to petition for Colorado residency may attend an on-campus Tuition Classification 501 session. This is not intended for those students seeking emancipation (see Tuition Classification 101).

Sessions are scheduled on select Mondays and Thursdays from 3 to 3:30 p.m. during the semester. Seating is limited, so please reserve your seat by clicking the Register icon. An email with directions to the session will be sent out the day before the event.

Friday, July 08, 2016

Event Image Web Express Advanced Content & Forms Training


This session will cover our specialized Content Types with discussion on best practice for use and design. We will go in depth so you will feel confident using these tools.
Prerequisite: Web Express Core Training

Visit the Web Central website for more information on what is covered in Web Express Advanced Content & Forms Training.

Register for Web Express Advanced Content & Forms Training on the Web Central website.
Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Spring 2016 Diplomas Mailed to Students
All Day

 
Event Image Spring 2017 Curriculum Management Room Assignments Distributed
All Day

A printout with all large- and specific-room assignments is emailed to departments.
Event Image Summer Workshops for Kids at the Museum of Natural History
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Spend Friday mornings with us exploring and creating! Our newest exhibit Becoming Butterflies will be our jumping-off point to cross-pollinate science and art. Your elementary-age child will visit exhibits, participate in hands-on creative activities with real museum tools and specimens, and move through natural areas outside of the museum.

This week:
K-2nd grade: Little Winged Beasts of Legend
3rd-5th grade: Bioengineers in the Air and Sea

The workshops meet for three hours from 9:00 am - 12:00pm at the CU Museum of Natural History on the CU-Boulder Campus. Healthy snacks will be provided.

The fee is $30 per workshop (10% Discount for family-level museum members). Advance registration and payment required (cash, check, or credit card).

 

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibit - Japan and Disaster: 1670-1995
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Five years ago a 9.0 magnitude earthquake struck Japan off the coast of the Tōhoku region. The quake and the subsequent tsunami led to the death of 15,000 people. 2,500 are still missing. University Libraries' Special Collections and Archives features three centuries of works that highlight the resilience of Japan in the face of tragedy and disaster.

The exhibit is free and open to the public, Monday-Friday, 10-4. For more information, please contact us at sca@colorado.edu or call (303) 492-6144. This exhibit will run through July 8th.  We're closed May 30th and July 4th.

Curated by University Libraries Assistant Professor and Japanese and Asian Studies Librarian Adam Lisbon.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image New Postdoc Orientation
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM

This orientation will help Research Associates and Post-Doctoral Fellows get started at CU-Boulder by:
• Introducing you to the campus and city;
• Helping you learn how to set up your online profile and take required training;
• Introducing you to your benefits package and how to enroll in benefits;
• Providing specialized information for international postdocs and postdocs with families;
• Introducing you to career planning techniques and how to create your Individual Development Plan (IDP); and
• Introducing you to important on-campus resources, including Career Services and the Postdoctoral Association of Colorado (PAC).


Program
12:30 – 2:00 PM Presentations
  2:00 – 2:30 PM Networking

RSVP by Wednesday, July 6th
Washington DC Forever Buffs: Truckeroo
7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Truckeroo

Friday, July 8
7-11 p.m.
Location: Fairgrounds
1201 Half St, SE
Washington, DC 20003
Cost: free

Head to the Fairgrounds on Friday, July 8 for Truckeroo! Enjoy food trucks, live music and tasty beverages. 

Admission is free and we will be there handing out Buff gear starting at 7 p.m.

Event Image Equivocation
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

By Bill Cain 
Directed by Wendy Franz 

Reluctant playwright and sleuth “Shag”—aka William Shakespeare—finds himself at the perilous crossroads between artistic integrity and survival when King James I commissions him to rewrite the history of England’s infamous Gunpowder Plot.

Saturday, July 09, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Exhibition: Janelle Iglesias
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Janelle Iglesias: Even a Simple Call Can Turn Into a Complex Racket
February 12–July 9, 2016

Janelle Iglesias is the CU Art Museum’s inaugural artist-in-residence—a program in which artists are invited to mine CU-Boulder’s creative and intellectual resources and collaborate with faculty and students to produce new artwork. Fascinated by the human impulse to collect and throw things away, Janelle is always on the lookout for natural and cultural artifacts that present an archeology of place. She amasses materials like driftwood, Styrofoam and glass that have been processed by time and nature and up-cycles them into intricate environments. Janelle will incorporate actual and copied objects from CU-Boulders’ various collections, including the Museum of Natural History, the Evolutionary and Ecology Greenhouse and trees on campus, into an ever-evolving sculptural installation. Her mechanisms of display employ translation, mimicry, and mirroring to heighten the interconnectedness of things and people. The museum will become a flexible space: a site for viewing and performance, a think tank and a playground, where audiences can interact with the artist and participating students as they transform the gallery over time.

Curated by Sandra Q. Firmin, director, CU Art Museum.

This exhibition is generously supported by a Roser Visiting Artist Endowment, an Arts Mini Grant funded by the College of Arts and Sciences, CU-Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Equivocation
7:30 PM - 10:00 PM

By Bill Cain 
Directed by Wendy Franz 

Reluctant playwright and sleuth “Shag”—aka William Shakespeare—finds himself at the perilous crossroads between artistic integrity and survival when King James I commissions him to rewrite the history of England’s infamous Gunpowder Plot.

Event Image The Comedy of Errors - Colorado Shakespeare Festival
8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

By William Shakespeare
Directed by Geoffrey Kent

From the creative mind behind the CSF’s triumphant A Midsummer Night’s Dream (2013), The Comedy of Errors is Shakespeare’s purest comedy—with a twist. Set in jazzy, sexy 1930s Paris, this hilarious new production bends the classic adventure of mistaken identities in a different direction that puts the women in charge...and the men in their places. Sultry singing, cabaret nightlife, puns and punchlines, this is Comedy, inside out.

Sunday, July 10, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Monday, July 11, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Tuition Classification 101: Emancipation
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Location: Regent Administrative Center, room 1B60 (lower level)

Anyone interested in petitioning for Colorado residency may attend an on-campus Tuition Classification 101 session; attendance is required for students needing to prove emancipation.

Sessions are scheduled on alternating Mondays and Thursdays from 2 to 3 p.m. during the semester. Seating is limited, so please reserve your seat by clicking the Register icon. An email with specific directions to the session will be sent out prior to the event.

Attending one of these sessions is the only way to obtain a residency petition for emancipation.

Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Integrating Appropriate Media into Your Course
2:00 PM

Integrating Appropriate Media into Your Course 

Polly McLean, Professor, Media Studies Department 

Professor McLean addresses how to select and integrate media into your course that attends to inclusive excellence, expands student content knowledge, and provides a good model for student projects in the course.

 

 

 

 

Event Image Web Express Core Training
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

This session will focus on the basics elements of Web Express to get your started quickly on creating your website. We also cover creating accessible web content best practices with solutions to common accessibility issues.

Visit the Web Central website for more information on what is covered in Web Express Core Training.

Register for Web Express Training on the Web Central website.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Summer 2016 Last Day for Grad/Law Students to Submit a Summer Grad. App. in MyCUInfo (11:59 p.m.)
All Day

See Getting Ready to Graduate? for step-by-step instructions.
Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Web Express Open Lab
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Open labs are a great opportunity for you to ask any specific questions about your site, work one-on-one with us on how to use any of the features, or to brainstorm ideas with us. 

If you are planning on attending, please fill out the Open Lab RSVP form.
Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Opening and Concluding Your Article and Giving Feedback
2:00 PM

Opening and Concluding Your Article and Giving Feedback

Valentina Iturbe-LaGrave, Lead Coordinator,
Graduate Teacher Program

We will begin by discussing introductions and conclusions. In this session, participants will exchange and review each other’s completed articles. 

 

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Event Image Exhibition: Animals In Antiquity (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

Animals in Antiquity
A collaborative exhibition between the CU Art Museum and the CU Museum of Natural History 
On view September 18, 2015 - September 2016 

The desire to assign symbolic meanings to animals that share our world links human cultures across time. Whether rendered figuratively or abstractly, depictions of animals remind us not only of themselves but also of the qualities and traits we assign to them. They can illustrate human traits—the coyote as trickster, the cat aloof—and teach children behaviors and ideals from fables. Humans have worshipped animals, hunted and consumed them for food, and altered the natural environments of animals, all in the name of humanity.

This exhibition is a celebration of animals in art and animals as artifacts. The objects are from across the Earth and span the last 4,000 years of human history. We invite you to ponder what these objects represented and how the makers used them in their daily lives.    

Curated by Erin Baxter, doctoral candidate in anthropology

This exhibition is generously supported by the Department of Classics, CU Boulder Student Arts and Cultural Enrichment fees, and CU Art Museum members.

Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Freshmen (By Assigned Appointment) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

 
Event Image Fall 2016 Registration for Incoming Transfer and Summer-to-Fall Students (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

The first registration window occurred May 23–June 10.
Graduate Accounting Program (MS, MSBA) (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

informational meeting for prospective students interested in Accounting careers. Five-year concurrent degree bachelor/master degree with accounting emphasis or standalone master's degree. Room KOBL 235
Event Image Exhibit: Shakespeare's Bouquet (Multi-Day Event)
All Day

**Please check http://www.colorado.edu/libraries/contact-us/hours for Norlin Library hours**

CU-Boulder was named the Colorado host of First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library to all 50 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico. To complement the folio, University Libraries are hosting an exhibition of botanical art that reflects plants found in writings of the Bard. It’s on display now through October 14th, 2016 outside the Special Collections & Archives reading room on Norlin Library’s third floor.

Although Shakespeare had no background in botany, his works abound in references to plants, flowers and the botanical world. From almond to yew and everything in between, he often relied on plant-lore to inform the symbolism or metaphor of his poetry.

In much the same way that today we both recognize the rose as a symbol of romance and can imagine its scent just from its description, Shakespeare used plant references to enhance the mood and sensory detail of his settings. In keeping with the essentially English character of his plays, the plants depicted in his works are likewise overwhelmingly those native to the English countryside where he grew up. Stop by Norlin Library and enjoy the pieces created by students from Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art and Illustration, each featuring a selection of the 181 different plants referenced in Shakespeare’s plays.

About the School of Botanical Art and Illustration
Botanical art and illustration is the centuries-old tradition of portraying plants for scientific purposes, recording vanishing species for historical record, and capturing the beauty and inspiration we experience in the flora of our world. The core curriculum of Denver Botanic Gardens’ School of Botanical Art & Illustration provides comprehensive instruction in artistic technique, accompanied by the botanical training necessary for scientific accuracy.

Event Image Bowling & Billiards Weekday Break Specials from $1
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

TAKE A BREAK TODAY!
Mondays - Fridays
Weekday Bowling Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/game/per person; $1/shoe rental for everyone
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular game rate; $1.25/shoe rental

Weekday Billiards Breaks:
Early-Bird Special (10am-2pm): $1/hour per person
Mid-Day Special (2pm-5pm): Half regular rate

Check out all the things offered at The Connection at www.colorado.edu/umc/connection
Bowling, billiards, video games, poker, karaoke, tournaments, TVs, WiFi, food & drink...
Event Image Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ana Maria Hernando: We Have Flowers
On view June 24 - October 22, 2016 at the CU Art Museum

This exhibition features new works in which Ana Maria Hernando contemplates the duality of the nocturnal life of flowers and their daytime existence. The exhibition expands upon Hernando’s repeated use of flower and circle imagery in her performances, poetry, drawings, collages, sculptures and large-scale installations. 
Event Image Preview Performance: Cymbeline
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

"How hard it is to hide the sparks of nature!”
Directed by Jim Helsinger

Cymbeline is a vassal king of the mighty Roman Empire, but Britain herself remains a wild and untamed land in this mythic, idyllic romance. When the king banishes Posthumus—his beautiful daughter’s illicit, low-born husband—Imogen flees into a Welsh forest that still rings with Britain’s legendary past. By turns comic, heroic and harrowing, this tale of gods and villains, lovers and warriors, brings the entire CSF company together onstage.


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